Want to be the first to hear new podcast episodes from KALA? Then tune-in to the KALA-FM Podcast Block Sundays at 5 p.m. on 88.5FM!

Your favorite KALA-FM podcasts are available on major listening platforms!


In this weekly show, hosts John Kealey and Jay Swords examine events of history through the discussion of books, journal articles, papers, and presentations, then historians and history buffs ask the question, what is relevant or irrelevant in today’s world.


In this true-crime series from KALA Radio, host Brooke Hass explores the sinister secrets of America’s Heartland. Brooke investigates missing and murder cases from the Midwest region that unfold right in your backyard.


The Institute for Person-Centered Care at St. Ambrose University is challenging the status quo of healthcare. In this monthly podcast, we explore what person-centered care is,  how it can be implemented and what it means for patients. Whether you’re a healthcare provider or a patient, there is something in these discussions for you!

Award-winning sports talk radio show on St. Ambrose University’s KALA-FM. Each week, student hosts Logen Howell and David Meyer talk sports news, upcoming games and much more! Catch it first – Wednesdays 7-9 p.m. on KALA-HD2 106.1 FM in the Quad Cities, or catch up the following day on your favorite podcast player!


In this monthly podcast, Editor of The Catholic Messenger, Barb Arland-Fye, engages listeners in the life of the people of the Diocese of Davenport. Arland-Fye goes beyond the church walls to see how people of faith share the joy of the Gospel with the world.


Go behind the scenes of St. Ambrose University’s Dance Marathon with Public Relations and Marketing Director of DM 9, Carly Miller. If you’ve ever wondered why your classmates are wearing neon orange, what their fundraisers are actually funding, and who these kids are, then “Find Your Why” is for you.

In this limited series you’ll hear personal testimonies and behind-the-scenes details, as we explore the organization that claims to be “making miracles.”