Community Affairs

Hear stories and interviews about the people and issues that shape Utah. 

Highlighting Miss Pacific Islander Utah and Local Utah Hip-Hop Artists Carl T and BadUCE6ix2

Talanoa Way brings you a Pasifika perspective on life in the Beehive State as we celebrate the beauty, strength, and culture of Miss Pacific Islander Utah, with Rainbow Maumau. Then we vibe with the unapologetic sound of two local artists and take a musical journey with Carl T and BadUCE6ix2.


Life in prison and the history of slavery in America with author Deborah G. Plant

Nick Burns talks with her about her new book, Of Greed and Glory - In Pursuit of Freedom for All. Plus, Sema Hadithi African American Heritage and Culture Foundation, and Wild Wasatch Front.


Black Bold and Brilliant explores The Holly with filmmaker Julian Rubenstein

Part of Black History Month with the Utah Film Center, the film is told from the perspective of a former gang leader turned activist. Plus, Black Excellence with David Sanders and Gloria Mensah, and Lunar New Year in Utah.


Ready to Play on the Radio?

We're looking for homegrown bands and artists to play original songs on KRCL! The team at Radioactive wants to hear you play on the show! Every Friday on Radioactive, we host live bands in the studio. Feel ready to play for the KRCL audience? Reach out to us.