Sunday on WRFR 93.3 & 99.3 streaming on WRFR.ORG
Outside the Box gives me, and hopefully you, the listener, the chance to look at just about any topic from a unique, maybe outrageous, but legitimate and sensible point of view. I’m an odd duck, and proud of it, but not a quack. Listen in to find points of view that probably no one else will be spouting. You may not agree, but at least I hope it will challenge you to think more openly and creatively
Casa Antolini is a show we have resurrected from our archives. It originally aired 6 years ago. Casa Antolini means “The Antolini House” and the idea of the program is what might happen if you dropped in at our house and I wanted to share recordings with you. I’m a choral director and occasional singer, so you’d get a pretty big dose of vocal music of all kinds. Sometimes you’d hear recordings of local choral concerts; sometimes other groups. The program is not strictly “classical.” Vocal music of every kind is included from Byzantine chant to Chinese opera; and from jazz in Bath to throat singing at Lake Baikal.
Should you take the time to sit before a mike for one hour every week and carry on a thoughtful one-sided conversation with a good friend, yours would be a welcome, appreciated voice. Do remember—your friend is in a car, in bed, working in a shop, or enjoying a meal. This is an intimate one-on-one conversation between you and your one close friend who is listening. You don’t have to be a humorist to host a radio show. In fact, you’d be able to retire much earlier as an exorcist, a healer, or an expert on out-of-body experiences. If you’ve been picked up by a spaceship or slept with Tom Cruise, you can skip radio and go directly to Oprah or Montel.
The Vinyl Hour” is hosted by Kyle Swan every Sunday evening from 8 – 10pm. The program showcases a variety of musical genres including the Blues, Jazz, Rock and Pop, Country, the Big Band era and more. Kyle plays only vinyl records from his extensive collection, broadcasting live. With turntables spinning, he travels back in time, “letting the tone arm gently ride the groove.”