Due to transmission equipment failure, KMST 88.5 is currently broadcasting at low power. We apologize for the disruption.

KMST 88.5 Rolla, 96.3 Lebanon


The programming follows the St. Louis Public Radio schedule. See our full list of programs.

Bluegrass Program

Bluegrass for a Saturday Night aired its final show on August 26, 2017 after longtime-host Wayne Bledsoe announced his retirement.

Music Listening Options

We offer a wide variety of music programming via different audio streams. Learn more about our 24-hour music channels:


Occasionally the station will hold events in Rolla. As information becomes available, we will post those events to our events page.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

KMST FCC Public File

For those in the Rolla area, you may call the station toll-free at 866-240-5968.

St. Louis Public Radio to Assume Operations of KMST

14 June 2017—Expanding on the success of St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU and Quincy Public Radio | WQUB 90.3, the University of Missouri–St. Louis will assume the operational and programming duties of Missouri S&T’s public radio station KMST 88.5 FM in Rolla, Missouri effective July 1, 2017.

KMST will now be a part of the St. Louis Public Radio network joining 90.7 KWMU and 90.3 WQUB. Under the umbrella of St. Louis Public Radio, KMST will now broadcast St. Louis Public Radio’s current program schedule. KMST listeners will not only be able to continue enjoying signature public radio programs such as Morning EditionAll Things Considered1AThe Moth Radio Hour and Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!, but they will now be able to also hear other signature public radio programs such as Science FridayThe TakeawayFresh AirThe World and BBC World Service.

Public radio is a vitally important asset to the many communities it serves, so it is important to us to ensure that KMST will continue serving the Rolla area. As part of the change, KMST listeners will now have access to expanded statewide news coverage and regular reports from St. Louis Public Radio statehouse reporter Marshall Griffin.  

Additionally, St. Louis Public Radio pledges to continue supporting civic events and cultural programs in the Rolla area. It is our goal for St. Louis Public Radio to remain an important part of the cultural fabric of the Rolla community. Through various partnerships, sponsorships and long-lasting relationships.