Words ‘n Music

with Dave Madeloni

The focus of Words ‘n Music will be on lyrics from what I call “Pop Poets & Literary Lyricists” from all genres of music. Each program will be thematic, featuring songs that connect in a variety of ways to a topic, with love, loss, and social justice at the core.

Planet Emo

Planet Emo is a broad exploration of emo music spanning decades, styles, and perspectives, with an emphasis on Massachusetts bands and traditionally under-represented musicians. From the hardcore and post-punk scenes of the 80’s and 90’s, through the emo revival of the mid-2000s, to the current surge in emo rap and pop punk, we’ll hear it all and talk about the history and influence of this far-reaching and often misunderstood genre.

Building Bridges Radio

Building Bridges Radio: Your Community & Labor Report, produced and hosted by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash.

Our beat is the labor front, broadly defined, both geographically and conceptually. We examine the world of work and workers on the job as well as where they live. We examine the issues that affect their everyday lives, with a particular sensitivity towards human rights abuses, environmental concerns and the U.S. drive for global domination. We record their global struggles and provide analysis of their efforts to empower themselves and transform society to provide greater democratic, human, social, political and economic rights.

Tibetan Healing

Tibetan Healing with your host Menpa Phuntson

We explore ancient Tibetan wisdom through a modern lens.  We are dedicated to bringing you Tibetan culture, medicine, the arts and music and much more.

Latin Explosion

Latin Explosion is a 1970’s NYC Salsa, Latin Jazz, and Golden Age of Cuban Music radio show.

It ran daily in Chicago on WEDC and WOJO from 1972 – 1982 and re-born at WSLR 96.5 FM Sarasota in June 2018.

www.wslr.org

Radio Free Albany Blues Show

with Larry Becker

This two-hour guided tour of blues artists is produced in Albany, New York at the studio of WCAA-LP. Curated and conversational blues, with some Jazz, R&B, a little Rock and some surprises. The blues played is typically from around the country by bluesmen and blueswomen, some well-known, some a bit eclectic or rare. We do play well-known blues standards, but there’s also just excellent blues music that listeners may never have heard before.

Music of the World

From the Congo to the Caribbean, Norway to New Orleans, Brazil to Bombay, take a musical journey around the globe with Karen. Show includes new releases as well as old favorites.

Alternative Lately

Hosted by Jacklyn and Mari  ━━━━━━━━━━━━

Alternative Lately features the latest and greatest in the alternative pop/rock genre with a particular emphasis on giving new, undiscovered, and lesser-known artists and bands more recognition. Each week will highlight a diverse variety of new releases from local, national, and international talent. If you’re looking to uncover a new favorite song, artist, or band, this is a great place to start!

The Chenango Sessions

The Chenango Sessions, hosted by Andru Bemis, is a weekly, one-hour, nationally syndicated radio program which features world-class musicians playing in intimate spaces—living rooms, galleries, and listening rooms—for small, enthusiastic audiences around Binghamton, New York. Audiences and artists are encouraged to interact, and the spirit of the live show is preserved in the radio program and recordings.

The Children’s Hour

We’re dedicated to filling educational gaps, by focusing on civics, STEM, culture, and performance, using interviews with scientists, astronauts, civil servants, cultural educators, performers and others, and weaving shows together with a wide variety of musical genres. The Children’s Hour includes kids in all aspects of the production. Kids on our crew and in our community contribute content, design programming, and cohost our shows, both live and in studio. The Children’s Hour is a weekly, educational and entertaining public radio program that originated on the University of New Mexico’s flagship station, KUNM-fm.