Q-90.1 Morning Edition
Wake up with Morning Edition weekdays from 6-10 am on Q-90.1 FM. You'll hear national and global news from NPR, state and local news at 20 and 43 minutes past the hour, and weekly local spotlight segments.
Mondays at 7:49 am, 9:49 am & 12:33 pm
with Mike Murray
Mike Murray from the Delta College Planetarium takes a look at what's up in the night sky. Things are happening all the time in the backyard universe, and many of them don't require a telescope to see and enjoy.
TUESDAYS AT 7:45 AM & 9:45 AM
A Moment In Time
William Faulkner said, “History is not was, it is.” And he said, "The Past is not dead. It is not even the Past!" We could not agree more and we are inviting you to join us for A Moment in Time. Faculty from the Delta College history department share key moments in time that help us understand who we have been and who we are today.
WEDNESDAYS AT 7:45 AM & 9:45 AM
WITH JOHN AUGUSTINE
Lifelines is a book-review program of biographies and autobiographies of noteworthy people who accomplished something significant. Many are people you've heard of and might want to know more about; others are less well known but equally remarkable. John Augustine, a retired Delta College associate professor of English, hosts this program.
THURSDAYS AT 7:45 AM & 9:45 AM
WITH AURELIAN BALAN
Do you have questions about space, time and the nature of the universe? Join Aurelian Balan, Delta College associate professor of physics, as he uses astronomy and physics to help answer your questions while diving into some amazing topics.
FRIDAYS AT 7:45 AM & 9:45 AM
WITH MARK BROWN
Movie House is a weekly feature about new films, old favorites, the movie industry, and the movie-going experience. In each episode, Delta College English instructor Mark Brown gives insight into the art, craft, and business of the movies.
FRIDAYS AT 9:22 AM
WITH JEFF SCOTT
A weekly in-house produced news magazine hosted by Q-90.1’s Jeff Scott that features local and statewide news stories along with “The Environment Report” with Mr. Great Lakes, Jeff Kart.