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Today On KRPS For Monday July 10

Show highlights today on KRPS include a conversation about the lack of ADHD medication in the US at 10 On Point.


The dog-days of summer are here and nearly half of the US is considered to be in drought. This afternoon at 4 on All Things Considered we’ll examine water rights in drought prone areas throughout the country.

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Today On KRPS For Monday July 10

5 AM - 9 AM - 

Morning Edition from NPR News

9 AM - 10 AM - 


Host - Jenn White

Hour 1: A conversation about guns, gun control, and safety. From the Aspen Ideas Festival.

The conversation around guns in America is always a challenging one.

Those who support gun safety legislation, and self-proclaimed defenders of the second amendment, often find themselves divided on the role guns should or shouldn’t –play in our lives.

10 AM to 11 AM - 

On Point

HOST: Meghna Chakrabarti

MAIN TOPIC: What's Behind The ADHD Drug Shortage

Many Americans with ADHD are scrambling for their prescription medication due to a months-long shortage.

What's behind the shortage for ADHD drugs?

11 AM to 12 PM - 

Performance Today

Host - Fred Child

Hour 1 and hour 2 playlists

1 PM to 2 PM - Live From The Bicknell Center

2 PM - 3 PM - 

A Joyful Noise from KUSC

3 PM - 3:30 PM 

BBC World Service Newshour

3:30 PM - 4 PM

Today, Explained from Vox News

Hosts - Noel King and Sean Rameswaram

"What's the difference between 'equality' and 'equity'?"

4 PM - 6 PM

All Things Considered from NPR News

Host: Mary Louise Kelly and Adrian Florido


Water rights in the drought-prone West are more valuable than ever as the climate heats up. But some say the centuries-old system is unfair and racist.

6 PM - 6:30 PM

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

As Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen returns from China, what is the economic view from Beijing?

6:30 PM to 7 PM

The Daily from the New York Times
Will Threads Kill Twitter?

Host - Natalie Kitroeff

Last week, Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, released Threads, a social media platform to compete with Twitter. In just 16 hours, Threads was downloaded more than 30 million times.

Mike Isaac, who covers tech companies and Silicon Valley for The Times, explains how Twitter became so vulnerable and discusses the challenges Meta faces to create a less toxic alternative.

7 PM - 8 PM - 

Fresh Air



We talks about the Negro Leagues with SAM POLLARD, director of the new documentary, “The League.”

Long before Jackie Robinson integrated major league baseball, dozens of teams with Black owners and Black players packed stadiums in the east and Midwest, playing a style of baseball that was fast, aggressive and entertaining.

8 PM - 9 PM - 

Jazz at 100

Jazz at 100 Hour 94 : Never far from the pulse of jazz innovation, New York in the 1980s incubated what has become known as the “downtown scene.”

Radically multi-stylistic, the resulting music was unabashedly eclectic, celebrating influences from bebop to punk rock to cartoon music and eventually klezmer and Balkan music.

John Zorn and the “downtown scene” in this hour of Jazz at 100.

9 PM - 11 PM

Jazz with David Basse

11 PM - 5 AM Tuesday

BBC World Service

Since 2017 Fred Fletcher-Fierro has driven up Highway 171 through thunderstorms, downpours, snow, and ice storms to host KRPS’s Morning Edition. He’s also a daily reporter for the station, covering city government, elections, public safety, arts, entertainment, culture, sports and more. Fred has also spearheaded and overseen a sea change in programming for KRPS from a legacy classical station to one that airs a balance of classical, news, jazz, and cultural programming that better reflects the diverse audience of the Four States. For over two months in the fall of 2022 he worked remotely with NPR staff to relaunch to an NPR style news and information website.

In the fall of 2023 Fred was promoted to Interim General Manager and was appointed GM in Feburary of 2024.