KHOL’s talk programming is produced locally, by involved citizens or non-profits who volunteer their time to bring you news and information about the Jackson community. Below is a list of our public affairs programs. There’s always room for one more show. If you have ever wanted to become a talk show host, this is your opportunity.
Back of the Stacks
Airs 1st Sunday of the Month @ 12pm
Produced by: Teton County Library
Teton County Librarian, Marisa Schweber-Koren, hosts a literary show each month covering trending literary topics.
Airs 2nd and 4th Sunday of the Month @ 12pm
Produced by: Eric Lovely, Jackson Hole Energy Sustainability Project, Lower Valley Energy
JHESP, LVE and dedicated individual, Eric Lovely, produce an environmental news and information program, covering relevant town energy and eco-news.
Airs every Sunday at 11am
Produced by: Chef Jason Mitchell
Chef Jason Mitchell hosts a weekly food program set to the music of jazz’s most legendary figures. You’ll hear the jazz stylings of Miles Daviz, Dizzy Gillespie, and Dave Brubeck., while Chef Jason takes you on a journey of food and beverage topics.
Airs 2nd and 4th Sunday of the Month @ 12:30pm, Runs 30 minutes
Produced by: Program Director for KHOL, Christie Koriakin
There are over 200 non-profits in this community doing important charitable and social work. KHOL spotlights the work of a different non-profit every month
Airs 3rd Sunday of the Month @ 12:00pm, Runs 30 minutes
Produced by: Program Director for KHOL, Christie Koriakin, funded in part by the C3 storytelling grant from the Center of Wonder.
Produced by KHOL staff member, Christie Koriakin, with financial support from the Center of Wonder, Teton Soundscapes gives an audio snapshot of acvtivities and events happening in and around your town.