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Steve Williams is bringing jazz back to the Salt Lake City radio dial.
The show will mostly feature music, the station announced, but will include interviews, live performances, history, and a musical calendar of events.
"Over the past few months, so many friends, nighttime radio listeners and jazz music-lovers have been asking for this news," Williams said in a statement. "I'm very glad to say that jazz is going back on-air with KCPW."
Williams' new show is just one change coming to KCPW's weekend line-up.
Two national programs that air on Saturdays the news-interview show "Bob Edwards Weekend" and the comedy-variety show "Wits" are being cancelled nationally, and will go off the air early this month. KCPW also is dropping two more weekly shows: "Tech Nation" and the BBC's "History Hour."
New programs coming to KCPW's line-up are:
• "Interfaith Voices," a leading independent weekly religion newsmagazine, hosted by Maureen Fiedler.
• "The New Jazz Archive," a weekly series on jazz's place in American life, hosted by longtime composer/musician Jeff Haas.
In addition, KCPW will start airing the hourlong versions of two existing half-hour shows: The scholarly interview program "With Good Reason," and the comedy game show "Says You!"
The new schedule will take effect Monday, Oct. 12.
(Disclaimer: KCPW airs "Behind the Headlines," a show featuring reporters from The Salt Lake Tribune, Fridays at 9 a.m. and Sundays at 6 a.m.)