radio program schedule for Tuesday.
6-8am “World in Song.”
8-9am “Humble Farmer,” sponsored by Knox Village Soup.
This is a repeat for those who missed Humble (that’s Robert Skoglund, of course) on Sunday. His regular show is on Sunday from 7-8 p.m.
Sponsored by Swan Restorations with Kyle Swan.
9-11am “The Blue Door,” with Christine Murphy. A music and talk show with a focus on seeing things in a positive light and how our perceptions can effect that… Meaning of The Blue Door? The Blue Door symbolizes that home is a safe haven and the door opens inward towards the Self. This show offers a variety of anything - from special guests - to discussion, to a subject for the day, or Live music in the studio. You can never tell what is on the other side of the Blue Door. Come on in, All are welcome. Send comments to Christine at her email: email@example.com
Sponsored by Clean Bee Laundry & also Monhegan Boat Line & Bay Chamber Concerts.
11am -1pm NEW SHOW! “Tomorrow the Green Grass,” with Ian Kennedy, offers an eclectic mix of old and new…folk, rock and country for mind, body and soul.
This program is sponsored by Korinnsdance Art & Fitness Center.
1pm -2pm “World in Song,” a vast variety of music.
2-4pm “Magical Mystery Show,” with host, “Grey Bulldog,” (Kelvin Chapman) keeping the Magic and the Mystery alive! Providing thoughtful showcases of artists and acts with themes, soundtracks, seasonal events or calendar dates. There’s always a rhyme and a reason with this program. Sponsored by Roselyn 2 eat in (Rte. 1 in Thomaston).
4-6pm “Happy Hour,” with DJ Chuckee. An hour of an eclectic mix of music you’ve probably never heard before. Always a pleasant surprise.
Sponsored by: Computer Solutions & Mace’s Imported Clothing.
6-7pm “Pardon my French,” with Carol Ann Pretzel. You don’t have to be a great chef to enjoy eating great food, and you don’t have to know French to enjoy listening to great French music. On “Pardon My French,” Carol Ann puts together two hours of some of the best contemporary French music she can find both from France and other places where French is spoken such as Canada and Louisiana. You’ll hear Francis Cabrel, Francoise Hardy, Etienne Daho, Camille, and Kaolin, as well as some of the popular singers of years gone by, like Edith Piaf. You might hear a tidbit or two of news from France, or a French recipe, or information about singers.
Sponsored by The Wine Seller and Chartrand Imports: organic wines. both in Rockland.
7-8pm “PRETZEL & BEER,” with Barry Pretzel exploring the world of beer and ale. He reviews beers and the local brew and retail stores that sell them. Barry also shares stories about commercial & home breweries. Special feature is when, “Mr. Grumbles,” is on the air sharing his comments on what’s got him grumbling. Barry plays some of his favorite songs: pop, soul, & disco from 60’s-90’s. Sponsored by Rockland Food Service and Crestwood Kitchens.
8-9pm “JO & CHEECH’S Radio Hour,” with Rachel and Joelle Albury featuring art and community-interviews with local artists, writers, and members of local community organizations. They play lots of music as well. For more information: http://www.rajoartworks.com/radio.php Sponsored by Tea Printers, Philbrook & Associates and Jess’ Market.
9-11pm “Medium Rare,” Kit takes you on an exploration of styles and genres, new and old, familiar and unusual. Each week Kit will feature choice picks from her extensive vinyl collection, with occasional guest DJ’s from around the country sharing their own favorite music. Tune in every week to hear a different genre and to expand your musical horizons.
Sometimes you’ll be surprised.
Sponsored by In Good Company & also Arizona Road Adventures.
11pm-6am “World in Song.”