Live From The National Hispanic Cultural Center

Broadcast live from the National Hispanic Cultural Center, enjoy a variety show for children with music, jokes, dance and of course, kids!

Learn about the National Hispanic Cultural Center, and their kids physical arts program, Circo Latino. Hear a flamenco performance by niños in the National Institute of Flamenco, and just try to keep up with punny guy Chip Saltman. Featuring award winning musical guest Frank Leto. Recorded before a live audience at the sunny National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 22, 2019.


Additional music added to the podcast includes a song by Elizabeth Mitchell and Suni Paz, and Moona Luna.

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Katie Stone

Katie Stone is the executive director and producer of The Children's Hour radio show and podcast. She started in radio when she was 15 years years old and believes that kids need to have a voice in broadcast media. Katie lives on a small solar powered farm in Albuquerque, New Mexico raising animals, food and kids with her husband.

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      Hi, I left a voice message at 850-3751 also to see if I could get contact information about an ad or an announcement on the Children’s Hour show on Sat. June 22 about a summer program for middle schoolers in Albuquerque. The program is teaching kids about architecture, landscape architecture and product design starting in the middle part of July 2019.

      Unfortunately, I missed the details. If any could be sent, phone (505-350-1344) is the best way to reach me. Thanks for rhe help, and for the fantastic radio shows!

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      Hey there Amy – did you get my message? That must have been KUNM’s “ad” because I didn’t announce it and didn’t hear it. I can’t hear their underwriting messages during my live shows — too much happening in the field.

      You can check out the KUNM 2 week archive to see if you heard it during the show … the “ads” are played at 9:19 and 9:39am, and at the end of the program. Thank you for listening and I’m sorry I’m not more helpful!

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