Peter Jones has worked in a range of talk formats, from fast-paced drivetime to long-form interviews of politicians, celebrities, authors, artists and more. Audio files of various full interviews and excerpts are below. For full hours of the Prove It! program, click here.
* Prove It!, a multi-guest talk show emphasizing critical examination of unproven claims from the worlds of science, health, religion, paranormal, history and popular culture
* Pop Goes the Culture, a weekly talk show focusing on popular culture, arts and entertainment
* Ticket to Ride, a general-interest afternoon-drive talk show
From WKRP to KNUS: Actor Tim Reid (Ticket to Ride on KNUS-AM)
Television legend Steve Allen (Ticket to Ride on KNUS-AM)
Film director Robert Wise (The Ken Hamblin Show on KBX-AM)
Why is the sky blue? Ask Dr. Science! (Pop Goes the Culture on KBX-AM)
John Davis, author of Mafia Kingfish: Carlos Marcello and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy (Dumas After Dark on KBX-AM)
Owooo! Wolfman Jack (Dumas After Dark on KBX-AM)
Diff’rent Strokes for actress Dana Plato (Pop Goes the Culture on KBX-AM)
Mohommed Jodeh, Palestinian activist (American Talk Idol on KNRC-AM)
UFO abductees (American Talk Idol on KNRC-AM)
… and Ann B. Davis as Alice (Pop Goes the Culture on KBX-AM)
Talk show excerpts
KWAB-AM (Working Assets): Boulder, Colo. 1999-2000. Format: News/Talk. Talk Host/Producer. Conceived, co-hosted and produced Prove It!, a weekly multi-guest talk show emphasizing critical examination of claims from the worlds of science, health, religion, paranormal, history, politics and popular culture. Generated coverage by press, websites and documentary filmmaker.
Colorado Public Radio (NPR): Denver, Colo. Format: News. 1990-1996. Reporter. Produced in-depth, award-winning NPR-style features and contributed same to National Public Radio, Public Radio International and other public radio networks. CPR is a three-stream statewide radio network broadcast on public radio stations across Colorado.
Boulder Broadcasting Corporation: Denver, Colo. 1989-1990.
-KNUS-AM (Business Radio Network): Format: Business News/Talk. Talk Host. Host of Personal Gains, afternoon-drive talk show and news magazine. Commercial voice talent.
-KBXG-AM: Format: News/Talk. Talk Host/Producer. Host of Ticket to Ride, general-interest afternoon-drive talk show. Host and producer of Pop Goes the Culture, weekly show focusing on arts and entertainment. Produced off-beat Dumas After Dark and later morning-drive incarnation. Oversaw staff of reporters, commentators and other contributors.
KDZR-AM (Business Radio Network): Business Broadcast Group. Denver, Colo. 1988. Format: Business News/Talk. 1988-1989. Talk Host/Producer/Reporter. Host and producer of The Business of Health, a weekly talk show. Reporter and producer for Health Minute, a daily news feature. Producer and reporter for afternoon-drive news. Voice talent.
Huttner Broadcasting: Denver, Colo. 1987-1988.
-KDZR-AM (Z-Rock/Satellite Music Network): Format: Hard Rock. Operations/Production Manager. Organized launch of Denver’s first heavy-metal format. Managed satellite and local programming. Produced and voiced commercials. Maintained operation of automation system.
-KMDK-AM: Format: News/Talk. Operations Manager/Talk Host/Producer. Managed network and local programming. Host and producer of Speaker’s Corner, daily talk show. Trained and supervised hosts, board operators and interns. General management of programming and support staff.
KUNC-FM (NPR): Greeley, Colo. Format: Diverse/News. 1986-1987. Music Announcer/Producer. Host of daily music shift combining classical, folk, new age, jazz and popular vocal music.