The program is broadcast on Friday nights at 10 p.m. by Z107.7 FM in the Mojave high desert, with field reports from around and across the desert lands. Those who love these harsh dry lands know there's a weird magic to the place, and Desert Oracle Radio blends old folklore and curious history with the strange doings of today's denizens. Hear tales of lost mines, mysterious lights, missing tourists, venomous creatures, weird history and weirder people.
Hosted by the magazine’s editor and publisher, Ken Layne, and featuring a cast of intriguing mystics, oddballs, scientists and artists, DESERT ORACLE RADIO is the perfect Friday night soundtrack, whether driving across the lonesome Mojave or at home with the coyotes howling outside. Expect evocative tales of lost mines, UFOs, missing tourists, secret military projects, local legends, weird animals and weirder people.
DESERT ORACLE is the pocket-sized field guide to the mysterious American desert, available at local retailers or by subscription at DesertOracle.com. It has been featured by media outlets including the Los Angeles Times, the San Diego Reader, KCET, and NBC Los Angeles.
Since the show debuted in June of 2017, Layne has presented DESERT ORACLE tales at nightclubs and events including Desert Stories in Joshua Tree and Los Angeles, Valley Bar’s “Bar Flies” in Phoenix, Desert & Denim in Pioneertown, and for Red Bull Music Academy Radio.
For more information, contact KCDZ Z107.7FM Program Director Gary Daigneault at (760) 366-8471 or DESERT ORACLE RADIO host Ken Layne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program/News Director, KCDZ, Z107.7FM
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