Full Schedule

Thursday

12:00am2:00am
Vocalists performing American standards by seminal songwriters such as Johnny Mercer, Cole Porter, George and Ira Gershwin, Irvin Berlin, Jerome Kern, Harold Arlen, and many others.
2:00am3:00am
Album rock and forgotten hits of the 60s, 70s, and early 80s
3:00am4:00am
The trio of piano, bass and drums is an essential part of the jazz repertoire; hear some of the finest recordings.
4:00am5:00am
An inquisitive, nationally syndicated talk show discussing the origin of words and colloquial phrases, and how the use of language has morphed over time.
5:00am6:00am
Contemporary music with a distinctive roots-oriented sound from the various American musical styles of country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass, R&B and blues, including both acoustic and electric instrumentation.
6:00am7:00am
Zeal Reel will be a show full of inspiration, daily devotions, and readings interspersed with R&B, gospel, and jazz. Topics discussed and music played will promote more positive thinking and give hope to others.
7:00am8:00am
Contemporary music with a distinctive roots-oriented sound from the various American musical styles of country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass, R&B and blues, including both acoustic and electric instrumentation.
8:00am9:00am
Contemporary music with a distinctive roots-oriented sound from the various American musical styles of country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass, R&B and blues, including both acoustic and electric instrumentation.
9:00am10:00am
Ian Masters’ “Background Briefing” offers a daily digest of analysis and insight into national and international events.
10:00am11:00am
Democracy Now! is an independent, nationally syndicated grassroots global news hour featuring news and opinions from around the world, hosted by the journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
11:00am12:00pm
Enjoy a little jazz at mid-day. Jazz Brunch includes classic and modern jazz with just a touch of smooth jazz.
12:00pm12:05pm
5 Minutes to Bliss is all it takes. "Finding Happiness" Hosted by Robert Pawlicki Description: A 5 minute presentation of inspirational ideas and guidance to enhance one's feelings of happiness, well-being and good mental health.
12:05pm1:00pm
Enjoy a little jazz at mid-day. Jazz Brunch includes classic and modern jazz with just a touch of smooth jazz.
1:00pm2:00pm
Courageous Conversations with Sheree is all about getting to the heart of the matter. My guests and I share a platform of authenticity while giving others permission to stand in their own truths. You have a story. Be Bold... Share it.
    2:00pm4:00pm
    A afternoon of indie music for 1-3 hours every weekday. This will feature and eclectic mix of indie music with indie rock, electronic, pop, chillwave, no wave, lo-fi, no-fi, below-fi, shoegaze, noise rock, garage rock, surf, and hamboning.
      4:00pm5:00pm
      This show is devoted to the celebration of the history, accomplishments and cultures of indigenous peoples of the world.
      5:00pm6:00pm
      Exploring folk, psych, and garage from the past and present.
      6:00pm7:00pm
      Eclectic Electronic Music A show dedicated to quality electronic music from across the spectrum. Exploring trip hop, neo-soul, house, down tempo, shuffle beat, funk, IDM, acid jazz, etc.
      7:00pm8:00pm
      Here it is Tomorrow explores the edges of almost popular, no longer popular, and never was popular music. Likely suspects include neglected West Coast jazz, embarrassing b-movie soundtracks, minor college radio hits, mutant international pop and more.
        8:00pm9:00pm
        Dive into a wide variety of musical genres, exploring the nuanced sounds of everything from early experimental synthesis, forgotten forlorn shoegaze, underrated and unapologetic new-wave, conscious and unconscious hip-hop, and everything in-between.
        9:00pm10:00pm
        Rigor Mortis, hosted by DJ Spooky (formerly Ham Sud), is set to haunt your speakers every Thursday Night.
        10:00pm11:00pm
        An exploration of punk music and it's many sub genres.
        11:00pm12:00am
        Joe Frank's syndicated programs are sometimes dark, sometimes absurdist, sometimes solo recitations, sometimes ensemble pieces performed or improvised by actors, and sometimes voices of real people heard in real situations.