Beginning February 2nd, The John Tesh Radio Show brings the great KIXI music you want, and Intelligence For Your Life to AM 880 KIXI. Weekdays from 10am to 3pm you can enjoy your favorite KIXI music, and get valuable information on how to make life simpler, better, and more enjoyable. From personal growth and relationships, to health, fitness, work, and having fun, the John Tesh Radio Show will “help make you the smartest person in the room”. John’s staff of researchers finds the golden nuggets of information that can help enrich your life.
Weekdays 10AM – 3PM
KIXI Radio’s Dan Murphy will get you to the garage with great KIXI music, traffic information every 20 minutes, local news and weather, and fun! Weekdays at 5PM, enjoy highlights from last night’s Jay Leno monologue from “The Tonight Show”. Then it’s Fifties at Five, a full hour of fabulous favorites to turn your afternoon drive into a cool cruise home.
Weekdays 3PM – 7PM
Get your Fab Four at Four Saturday afternoons with Beatles Backbeat!
Every Sunday at 8pm, with an encore broadcast Thursday at 8pm. A variety of entertaining programs. The Colonial Radio Theatre On The Air has been producing contemporary Radio Theatre for 22 years. Get ready for something different and exciting every week.
We feature a variety of fascinating and entertaining programs. Since these programs are paid commercial advertisements, KIXI Radio does not necessarily endorse or recommend the products or services advertised in these programs. Opinions expressed during these programs are those of the host/sponsor and are not necessarily those of KIXI Radio. Now our lawyer is happy.
Saturdays from 6am – 9:20am, Sundays 6am – 11am
It’s Crime Time on KIXI Radio. Enjoy one of the weekend’s guilty pleasures, Crime Club.com with host Bruce Caplan as we delve into fascinating stories of true crime — and listen to the greatest fictional mysteries of the Golden Days of Radio. Saturday nights at 7pm and Midnight.
Sundays 2pm – 6pm, The Soundtrack of Your Life
Monday – Saturday, 5:00 – 6:00 PM
Get important health information and enjoy your favorite KIXI music.
KIXI is Seattle’s Retro Radio! Our locally programmed music celebrates the best of yesterday and today. From The Rat Pack to Elvis… From The Beatles to Michael Buble, KIXI music makes you feel cool again!
Start your day the KIXI way! We’ve got all the local News, Traffic and Weather information you need, and lots of cool KIXI music you love. It’s the perfect way to get you going in the morning.
KIXI’s Gary Shipe talks to community leaders about important issues.
Your favorite shows from Radio’s Golden Days, trivia, prizes and more! Stay up late… Pop some popcorn… and enjoy more Radio Theatre, music, and fun with your host Bruce Caplan. It’s the fastest hour on radio!
Are you caring for an aging parent, spouse or loved one? Are you looking for information about programs and services that address the complex issues facing seniors and their families right here in the Puget Sound? Then tune in to Right At Home Senior Care Living, Sunday mornings at 9:30AM on KIXI Radio. You will be empowered to meet the challenges of caring for an aging loved one. Find out more…
Listen to the music and the memories with Craig Orndorff. A great way to start the weekend!
Two hours of the legendary music of one of our generation’s greatest entertainers. Hosted by one of Frank’s long-time Friends, Sid Mark.
Saturday nights at 8pm, with an encore broadcast Tuesday at 8pm. Radio’s outstanding Theatre of Thrills comes to KIXI.
You’re Traveling to Another Dimension … in Entertainment! From the mind of Rod Serling, the master of the macabre… The original 1960’s TV scripts are now compelling radio dramas with today’s favorite Hollywood stars. Visit the online home of The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas. Meet the stars, see behind-the-scenes cast photos and more…
KIXI Radio is proud to bring the best of the Golden Age of Radio to Seattle — with classic shows such as “The Shadow”, “Father Knows Best”, “Fibber McGee and Molly”, “Gunsmoke”, and “Dragnet”, and unforgettable stars like Jack Benny, George Burns and Gracie Allen, Bob Hope, Milton Berle, Orson Welles, and many others.