New Mexico Film Works

A member of the New Mexico Film Office discusses all things film in New Mexico with in-depth interviews with filmmakers, entertainers, business people and political figures, current issues, upcoming events and perspectives on film from around the globe.


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Weekday Mornings: The Julia Goldberg Morning Show

Julia Goldberg is the former editor of the Santa Fe Reporter and is one of the most respected journalists in town.  She’s brash, informed, honest, funny and opinionated and her two hours getting you going in the morning promises to be a wild ride! The program runs weekday mornings from 8 to 10 a.m. Listen to KVSF live or listen to past shows.


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Vitality with Val

Join Vitality with Val every Saturday morning at 11 a.m. on the KVSF 101.5 FM, The Voice of Santa Fe, and learn how to ignite your vitality from the inside out! 


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Miss a Show or Interview?

SantaFe.com provides audio of all locally-produced shows and interviews that aired on this Hutton Broadcasting station. Stream or download your favorite shows on our Podcast Page.


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Art Beat

Listen to art on the radio with Kathryn Davis every Friday at 11 a.m. on KVSF 101.5 The Voice of Santa Fe. Catch up on the latest art openings and events with Kathryn's guests from all arenas of the Santa Fe art scene. 


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New Mexico Film Works

Dirk Norris discusses the New Mexico film industry and beyond every Thursday at 11 a.m. on KVSF 101.5 The Voice of Santa Fe. Listen in for in-depth interviews with key film industry folks and discussion of current issues, upcoming events and perspectives on film from around the globe. 


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