Commentator Brian O'Nuanain laments the passing of Christopher Hitchens in 2011, and loss of a potent and controversial intellectual force. 

Airs Monday, May 25, at 10 p.m. Music host Paul Ingles guides listeners through a two-hour musical tour of both famous and more obscure King masterworks that span his nearly 70 year performing career. King performances that celebrate his long-standing role as the unassailable "King of The Blues." Paul Ingles hosts. B.B. King died in his sleep, Thursday, May 14, 2015 at his home in Las Vegas at the age of 89.

Red River Radio has a heavy heart with the loss of longtime commentator Archie McDonald whose "Friday morning follies" have been a fixture on our station for more than a decade.  Dr. McDonald passed away Aug. 16 from an illness. He served on the Stephen F. Austin State University faculty for more than 40 years and was beloved in the Nacogdoches community. He was the executive director of the East Texas Historical Association for many years and wrote or edited books, journals and articles. Most recently, he served SFA as a community liaison, representing the university at many public events. He was a long time member of the Red River Radio Community Advisory Board, serving as chairperson for several terms.  He interviewed George Foreman, Alan Bean, and James Baker through his Archie McDonald Speaker Series broadcast on our station. In the classroom, on the streets of Nacogdoches, and on the airwaves, Archie will be missed tremendously.

Commentator Archie McDonald remembers Aunt Lillian and the people she mentored. 

Commentator Archie McDonald compiles a short list of journalists he admires.