Sat. 4/19, 9am: Summer camps are accepting registrations around New Mexico. We'll be joined in the studio by folks from the Sky Velvet Vasser Foundation talking about their scholarships for Hummingbird Music Camp, and we'll have a visit from the education staff at the Albuquerque BioPark. We'll also have this day in history, the KUNM Kids Birthday Club, and of course, great music.
Sat. 3/29, 9am: Looking for birds is easy when you know the basics of birding. We'll also cover the cowbird mafia, taking over nests nationwide. Birds of a feather, let's flock together on Saturday morning.
Sat. 3/15, 9am: Paleontologists visit us Saturday on the show to talk about the amazing nests of Maiasaura, Orodromeus, and Troodon eggs found on Egg Mountain, Montana. Dinosaur lovers, you won't want to miss this one.
2/22, 9am: It's National Engineering Week, and we are honoring engineers among us, including Senator Martin Heinrich who will join us in the studio along with folks from Explora Science Museum and the Fractal Foundation.
Fifth graders from Eugene Field Elementary School in Albuquerque were on the show January 25th, 2014 examining different points of view in relation to three holidays: Labor Day, Mexican Independence Day and Columbus Day. There's two sides (at least!) to every story.
2/15, 9am: Albuquerque's Poet Laureate Hakim Bellamy will celebrate Black History Month with us with plenty of poetry and stories about the childhoods of famous black leaders. Plus This Day in History, the KUNM Kids Birthday Club, and our calendar of family friendly events.
The Children's Hour - 12/28 9am: On the cutting edge of astrophysics, Dark Matter is the thing that space is missing. Dr. Dinesh Loomba from UNM's Physics and Astronomy department will enlighten us about this mysterious cosmological matter.
The Children's Hour - 12/21 9am: Winter is officially here, school is on break, and it's time to celebrate. Join us for our annual holiday show. This year we'll be giving gifts to you, our listeners, throughout the hour. Plus, we'll have the history of the day, great music, a family events calendar and the KUNM Kids Birthday Club.
The Children's Hour - 12/14 9am: We'll learn about the Ice Age in New Mexico with scientist Gary Morgan from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History. Saber tooth cats, wooly mammoths and humans populated our state 10,000 years ago, when the world went cold. Grab a cup of cocoa and warm up with us as we delve into the Ice Age. Plus, we'll have the history of the day, great music, a family events calendar and the KUNM Kids Birthday Club.
12/7 9am: How can kids stay safe in public places? We'll be joined by Albuquerque Police Department's Officer Steve Sink who will talk with us being street smart and safe. And, kids from the Outpost's Homeschool Opera will give us a live performance in our studio. Plus, we'll have the history of the day, great music, a family events calendar and the KUNM Kids Birthday Club.
Get spaced out with us on The Children's Hour, where we'll learn about Comet Ison and the many opportunities you have to see it. Folks from the Rio Rancho Astronomical Society will give us information about this comet, and the two others in our skies right now. Plus, we'll have the good people from Recycle Santa Fe with all you need to know about the nation's largest and oldest recycled art market. Join us at 9am, every Saturday morning!