KQAL

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KQAL is Winona's radio alternative. KQAL is the only full service, independent radio station in Winona and has been serving the area for over 34 years. There is something for everyone on KQAL. Classical and jazz during the day, rock at night, public affairs and educational programs, and WSU Warrior play-by-play action.

KQAL is operated by the Mass Communication department at Winona State University and is staffed primarily by student volunteers. It has a dual mission: to provide career training for students interested in radio broadcasting as well as to provide the residents of southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin with quality educational and entertainment programming.

Series

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15 Pieces

Daily update of Arts, music and community events for Winona and southeastern Minnesota.

  • From: KQAL
  • Updated: Jan 28, 2014
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352 Pieces

Local artists showcasing their craft. Whether it's painting, woodwork, glass, metal, beadwork, drawing, sewing, ect., we'll cover it!

  • From: KQAL
  • Updated: Oct 05, 2012
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336 Pieces

Culture Clique is a segment that takes a peek into different cultures in the Winona area. Celebrating the diversity of the cultural makeup of Winona, we are not just looking at heritage, but also hobbyists culture, and different ways of life.

  • From: KQAL
  • Updated: Sep 27, 2012
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108 Pieces

Don't Cha Know is all about being in the know about upcoming events in the Winona area, interviews with interesting people, and historically significant places in our neck of the woods - the Winona area of South East Minnesota.

  • From: KQAL
  • Updated: Jun 21, 2012
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31 Pieces

Minnesota's connection to the film industry.

  • From: KQAL
  • Updated: Apr 21, 2014
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739 Pieces

Live concert series recorded on location and centered around local and regional (MN) artists. Might sometimes include acoustic in studio performances.

  • From: KQAL
  • Updated: Jul 08, 2020
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43 Pieces

In studio interview show centered around local and regional (MN) music releases. Includes music from the featured album and discussion with the artist(s) about the writing, recording and distribution processes. Might sometimes include producers and engineers involved on the featured album.

  • From: KQAL
  • Updated: Jul 08, 2020

Latest Pieces

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Today we interview two individuals who have a passion for the wilderness of MN with a focus on Turtles. First we meet with Ed Lagace who has been i...

  • Added: Apr 18, 2011
  • Length: 27:36
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On this episode of Don't Cha Know we feature Ed Lagace and Michael J Pappas as they talk to us about turtles of the Upper Mississippi Refuge and it...

  • Added: Apr 18, 2011
  • Length: 43:32
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On this episode of Culture Clique KQAL's Teri Tenseth and Winona Daily News reporter Jerome Christenson sit down for an interview with Heather Roge...

Bought by KSRQ, KUT, and KFAI Minneapolis


  • Added: Apr 18, 2011
  • Length: 14:09
  • Purchases: 3
Caption: Anne Morse (left) and Heather Rogers (right) discuss garbage in our culture, Credit: Andrew Link from the Winona Daily News
Heather Rogers is the author of "The Hidden Life of Garbage" which happens to be the 2010-2011 Common book for Winona State University. Rogers was ...

  • Added: Apr 18, 2011
  • Length: 40:19
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Today on Don't Cha Know we discuss a topic that is very much at the forefront these days. Funding for the arts in Minnesota. It's a panel discussio...

  • Added: Mar 04, 2011
  • Length: 01:07:25
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Today on Don't Cha Know - A tribute and recognition to the life's work of Dr. Calvin Fremling. One of the foremost authorities on the endangered en...

  • Added: Mar 04, 2011
  • Length: 16:03
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Today on Culture Clique we have a guest with a person who is excited to help MN move forward in relationship equality. We sit down with Anne Kaner-...

  • Added: Mar 04, 2011
  • Length: 15:30
Caption: The newly formed Pi Eta chapter of Phi Beta Sigma step before the beginning of the 34th Annual Soul Food Dinner on Saturday in Kryzsko Commons on Winona State University campus. Performing are Sam Ndely, left, Beh Gay, center, and Forrest Agnew. , Credit: David Ranzenberger/Winona Daily News
Members of Phi Beta Sigma’s fraternity started off this year’s 34th annual Soul Food Dinner at Winona State University. The Harlem Renaissance was ...

  • Added: Mar 04, 2011
  • Length: 12:21
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In 1965 the Southern Christian leadership Conference (SCLC) joined a Joanne Bland is the co-founder of the National Voting Rights Museum and Insti...

  • Added: Mar 04, 2011
  • Length: 31:50
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On the last edition Culture Clique, Ms. Joanne Blackmon Bland discussed on Growing up in the Segregated South: The Selma Voting Rights Movement. Sh...

Bought by KSRQ


  • Added: Mar 04, 2011
  • Length: 32:18
  • Purchases: 1