Radio program listing for Friday.

By WRFR-LP Radio | Dec 27, 2013


6-7am  “World in Song,” vast variety of music.


7-8am “Words of the Morning,” with host Peter Jenks. This is a morning show celebrating the written word and spoken word with poetry, prayers, short stories, lyrics, and more every Thursday morning with Peter Jenks and friends. Designed to begin the day with insights and encouragement. Always open for input, ideas, stories, and poetry to share. This show is sponsored by ASK for Homecare with Joanne Miller and also the Free Press.





8-9am “Are you Kidding Me?” hosted by Steve Roberts is a show mostly with some music worked in, that covers current affairs, events, happenings, news, and other things that effect our culture. Not just from a national or global perspective but primarily the intent is to examine how our local culture is molded by what’s being talked about in the world around us. Local, regional, national and global in scope. We’ll be taking a look at different perspective on what is around us. Join us Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Sponsored by Philbrook & Associates and also Jess’ Market both in Rockland.




9-11am “World in Song.”






…………….  Only on the Last Friday of each month…………….


10-11am “Love your Library,” with Jo Lindsay. Last Friday of the month. Join host, Jo Lindsay, Ben Blackmon from the Rockland Public Library and Ken Gross (Camden Public Library) as they discuss upcoming events at their libraries. Informative and often funny, “Love my Library,” provides an in depth look at the programs offered at the Rockland & Camden Libraries. Join Jo, Ben, and Ken for discussions, music, and laughter. Sometimes this show is on a different Friday.



11am-12pm on the last Friday of each month Marty Schindler will be hosting a show, called, “The Good Tern Radio hour.”  to begin July 26.  Marty is on the Board of Directors of the Good Tern Co-op and will be inviting guests to come on the show each month. Sponsored by, “the Community School,” an alternative live in high school located in Camden.

Call-ins are welcome 593-0013.


All the other Fridays:

11am-3:00pm  “World in Song,” a vast variety of music.


3-4pm  “Youthlinks,”  has a program on the air. Youthlinks is a program of Broadreach Family & Community Services located in Rockland Maine that provides after-school programs that include community service, leadership and enrichment opportunities to all youth ages 11-17 from anywhere in mid-coast Maine. Teens in the after-school programs learn skills, build self-esteem, cultivate social responsibility, develop leadership abilities and connect to their peers, to adult mentors, and to their communities. After-school programs are free for participating youth. Youthlinks is funded through a combination of state grants and the generous donations of individuals, businesses, and foundations.




4:30-6pm   “Farmers got the Blues.” with Bonnie Farmer.

is a fusion of electric blues, rock blues, funky blues, folk blues, soulful blues and contemporary blues. Each week Bonnie brings to the air, upbeat dance music with great rhythms and tempos. Because the Blues are so alive in Midcoast Maine, Bonnie will be delving into the Blues Culture by airing occasional interviews & asking real questions to real Blues Fans and Musicians about why the Blues has them so hooked! Her training as a Photographer and Blues Dancer has brought her full circle to this show which airs every Friday from 5-6pm “drive time.” For additional show information and play lists, please Facebook her at Farmer’s Got the Blues at Sponsored by Rockland Marketplace also  Time Out Pub both found in Rockland.



7-8pm  “The  humble Farmer”  hosted by  the one and only Robert Skoglund who was a popular show host on the air (Maine Public Radio MPR) for many, many years. I guess he was a bit too controversial for them and now we are proud that he is on local community radio; WRFR.  “Humble” plays great jazz and is a well known Maine humorist, from St. George, Maine.  Sponsored by Swan Restorations w/ Kyle Swan.



11pm-6am  “World in Song,”-  a great variety of music from all genres.






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