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KEOM Original Programs
Community Bulletin Board - Features public service announcements to publicize activities and events for local municipal groups, service clubs, school groups, arts groups, etc. It airs daily.
Community Cookbook - Hosted by KEOM's Mallorie Barr, Community Cookbook aims to bring the community together through the sharing of recipes submitted by KEOM listeners. Listeners will hear everything from entrees, side dishes, and desserts to seasonal and diet friendly recipes. It airs on Saturday and Sunday. Listeners are able to hear podcasts of the show and download recipes of the show here.
Community Focus - Interviews with representatives of community groups, city officials, MISD officials, Eastfield College officials, local charities, and others, publicizing their activities, public safety issues, municipal affairs, and school district affairs. It airs Monday through Saturday.
KEOM Oddities - Briefly illuminates interesting facts on current trends, new research findings, origins of our customs and language, historical events, nature, science, etc. It is written and produced by KEOM students and staff. It airs Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Listeners are able to hear daily podcasts of the show here.
Mesquite Moment In Time - Produced by KEOM and Historic Mesquite staff members, along with Mesquite ISD students and volunteers. This feature takes a look at Mesquite from "its vast frontier days to current times in honor of Mesquite's quasquicentennial celebration. It airs on Saturday and Sunday.
MISD Sports Page - Sports Director Steve Glenn brings you information on teams, district races, game scores, and interviews with coaches. It airs Monday through Friday during the school year.
Pet Tip - Maura Davies from the SPCA of Texas shares a pet tip weekly with topics such as choosing the right pet and managing aging pets. It can be heard on Saturdays and Sundays at 7:45 a.m., 1:45 p.m., and 7:45 p.m.
Spot On - Highlights students, teachers, school groups, community members, and MISD alumni with inspiring qualities, unique traits, interests, and talents. Sounds of inspiration, the thoughts that motivate them, and the dreams that drive them make them worth spotlighting. To recommend a Mesquite ISD student, teacher, group or alumni that has inspiring qualities, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can listen to past shows by clicking here.
The Torch - Two of KEOM's third-year students, Riley and Jeremy, host this show that is based on the idea that kids will one day be adults. This show aims to bridge the gap between the generations by having thoughtful, informative conversations with knowledgeable people. It airs at various times on Saturdays and Sundays. Listeners are able to hear podcasts of the show here.
Wondrous Words - Interesting and entertaining word stories and origins of our everyday language. It is written and produced by KEOM students and staff. It airs Tuesday and Thursday. Listeners are able to hear daily podcasts of the show here.
Fitness Minute - Fitness expert Annette Hammond gives tips and advice on leading and healthy and fit lifestyle. It airs every day of the week.
Isla Earth- Host Mara Holland gives a voice to the many environmental issues facing us today. Science writers and editors scour the planet for breaking news about the issues most critical to the health and well- being of this island we call Earth.
Medical Myth Minute - This new daily radio feature discusses common beliefs about our health, bodies, and medical myths handed down from the generations. Hosted by Dr. D.J. Verret, the program takes on these common medical misconceptions and sets the record straight. It airs Monday through Friday.
Medical Discovery News - This feature, produced by the University of Texas Medical Branch, provides insights into a broad range of biomedical science topics, and is designed to stimulate our thinking, questioning, and our appreciation of the impact of science on our world. It is hosted by Dr. Norbert Herzog and Dr. David Niesel. The two minute feature is heard on Saturdays and Sundays.
Passport to Texas - Host Cecilia Nasti is your guide for a journey into the great Texas outdoors on this series. Environmental information, outdoor sporting information, and details on state parks are included in the programs produced by Texas Parks and Wildlife, the Sport Fish and Wildlife Restoration Program, and Dow Chemical Company. It airs Monday through Friday.
Profile America - This feature is produced by the U.S. Census Bureau, and highlights fascinating statistics and information about America’s people, past, and economy. It airs daily.
Pulse of the Planet - In this show, which is sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History, host Jim Metzner brings you fascinating looks at all aspects of natural history. It airs Monday through Friday.
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Science and the Sea - This program presents marine science topics in an engaging two-minute story format. Script writers gather ideas for the program from the University of Texas Marine Science Institute's researchers and from their very popular college class, Introduction to Oceanography, which is taught to hundreds of non-science majors at The University of Texas at Austin every year. It airs on Saturday and Sunday.
Star Date - This two-minute feature digs into deep space, sharing information and scientific findings about stars, methods of space exploration, and other phenomena outside Earth's atmosphere. The show is produced in the University of Texas McDonald Observatory based on research funded by NASA and the National Science Foundation.
Sound Beat - This 90 second show takes you on a journey through the history of sound from The Belfer Audio Archive and produced at Syracuse University. It can be heard Monday through Friday.
Words You Never Heard - Word Expert Carolyn Davidson’s 60 second feature centers on unique and often humorous real words crafted into stories about current events, fascinating facts. It airs seven days a week.
* Indicates a Syndicated Feature
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
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