Robartes is a former manager of KUOI-FM. During the past two decades as a radio news reporter, he has produced stories for national programs such as Pacifica Network News, Free Speech Radio News, as well as for regional outlets such as Northwest Public Radio and Montana Public Radio. Locally, Leigh has produced and hosted live, call-in candidate forums and public affairs programs. Currently he is hosts the Monday version of Morning Mix on KRFP 7-10 a.m. and hosts a volunteer weekly music show on KUOI. At Radio Free Moscow, Leigh has been extensively involved in organizing the station from the ground up, and trains volunteer hosts, produces news and helps with programming decisions. You can best reach Leigh by phone at 208-892-9300.
Al Chidester, Vice President
Known to local music aficionados as “Fiddlin’ Big Al,” Mr. Chidester hosts “Fiddlin’ Al’s Old Time Liberal Revival & Barn Dance” on KRFP. Though often mistaken for him, he is no relation to Uncle Sam.
Elizabeth Carp, Secretary
Lizzie Carp is pursuing a career in soil science with the NRCS and working toward a masters in the subject at UI. She has worked as a firefighter and a baker. Her original field of study was political theory, and she maintains a deep interest in political economy (particularly theories of labor, value, and property). She also volunteers with Soil Stewards, a working organic farm run by UI students. She has DJ’ed for KRFP’s Morning Mix and “What’s Left?”
Collin Parks, President
Collin has been working in community radio for nearly five years. He got his start at KAOS 89.3 FM Olympia as a late-night music host, playing primarily hard rock and heavy metal before expanding the format to any and all genres of music. A volunteer with KRFP Radio Free Moscow since September 2015, Collin now runs The Early Morning Enigma, a variety program that uncovers music of all kinds from around the world. He also co-hosts the progressive talk radio segment “What’s Left?” every Monday evening.
Jill has been involved with community radio since she joined the radio club in her high school in Minnesota. In college, she spliced tape and conducted interviews for Madison, Wisconsin’s community station, WORT. Now she is one of three hosts of KRFP’s Peace Radio, a biweekly show dedicated to talking about issues of peace, social justice and environmentalism. The show is now in its 10th year. She is new to the KRFP Board but is also active in issues surrounding Fair and Affordable Housing in Moscow, ID.
Jill works as a web coordinator at Washington State University and lives in Moscow with her husband and a variety of animals.
Maree McHugh has been involved in community radio since 2010 as a music DJ, talk show host, citizen journalist, fundraiser, Board of Director, custodian and other fun adventures for Radio Free Moscow – KRFP. She has been a co-host of Yin Radio, since 2013. Radio production is one of several creative venues for Maree’s interest in giving voice to the people, places and issues that inform and enrich community. McHugh divides her time between the rolling hills of the Palouse in North Idaho and the open desert spaces of Northern Arizona; she also works as a Family Nurse Practitioner on the Navajo Nation. Maree joined the BOD of Radio Free Moscow again in 2016.
Board meetings are usually the second Wednesday of the month. Call 892-9300 for the location.
KRFP studio line 208-892-9200
KRFP business line 208-892-9300
Bob Hoffmann (also DJ Adoption Coordinator)
Music Director — note new office hours as of 1-25-17
NOTE NEW OFFICE HOURS AS OF 10-9-16
Daniel’s Officer Hours are Wednesdays 8:00 am – 10:00 am PT
Daniel can be contacted by phone at 208-892-9300 or at .
Our address is 114 E. 3rd St., Moscow, ID 83843.