Hawaii talk radio offers a wide range of special programming and features that will keep listeners entertained. From the Body Show to Town Square, there is something for everyone. The Body Show (HPR-2) airs Mondays at 5 p.m. and is hosted by Kathleen Kozak.
This show focuses on helping people make informed health decisions and answering questions from listeners. The Business of the Arts (HPR-1) airs Sundays at 6 p.m. and is dedicated to highlighting the workings of nonprofit arts organizations in Hawaii, as well as other nonprofit organizations that contribute to the community. The Conversation (HPR-2) airs Monday through Friday from 8 to 9 a.m., hosted by Beth-Ann Kozlovich and Chris Vandercook.
Listeners are invited to join in the discussion, which covers topics from the state's budget crisis to chicken huli-huli. Town Square (HPR-2) airs Thursdays at 5 p.m., also hosted by Beth-Ann Kozlovich, and is an interactive forum for discussing political, social, educational, and cultural issues of local, national, and international importance. In addition to these programs, Hawaii talk radio also offers a variety of other features. For instance, Josh and Chuck have all the information you need about champagne, Satanism, the Stonewall uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Niño, True Crime, and Rosa Parks. Notable movies produced in Hawaii or inspired by Hawaii include Hawaii, Blue Hawaii, Donovan's Reef, From Here to Eternity, In Harm's Way, South Pacific, In Search of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park, Picture Bride, Lani Loa, Outbreak, Waterworld, Six Days Seven Nights, George of the Jungle, 50 First Dates, Pearl Harbor, Godzilla, Blue Crush, The Even Stevens Movie, Race the Sun, Princess Ulani and Lilo & Stitch.
Oahu Publications Inc owns West Hawaii Today, Hawaii Tribune-Herald, MidWeek and Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Hawaii on TV and Maui on TV are Hawaiian Internet television networks that broadcast first-broadcast content over the Internet. Holders of non-commercial FM broadcasting licenses include KKCR (Kaua`i Community Radio), the only community radio station with all the power in Hawaii; Manao Radio, an LPFM station broadcasting in Maui; and HPR (Hawaii Public Radio), a full-fledged NPR subsidiary broadcasting from Oahu with translators throughout the islands. All major American television networks are represented in Hawaii through KHON-TV (Fox), The CW on DT, KITV (ABC); ME-TV Hawaii on DT; KGMB (CBS); This TV on DT; KHII-TV (MyNetworkTV); KHET (PBS); KHNL (NBC); Antenna TV on DT; and KPXO-TV (ION Television). Whether you're looking for informative programming or entertaining features, Hawaii talk radio has something for everyone.
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