WRFR radio program schedule for Wednesday.

By WRFR-LP Radio | Apr 24, 2013

6-9am   “World in Song,” vast variety of music.

 

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:  maine2ireland@gmail.com

 

Sponsored by Clean Bee Laundry & also Monhegan Boat Line & also sponsored by Bay Chamber Concerts.

 

11am-12pm  “Sacred Uproar,” with Rev. Mark Glovin of the First Universalist Church Rockland. “Sacred Uproar,” will explore the great and timeless themes of liberal religion through music, story, spoken word and open discussion. Each show offers the opportunity to deepen in perspective, and to see the world in new ways. The format will change from time to time as we find the balance between celebrating the beauty in the world and the artistic genius among us with the need to be a voice for the voiceless and to find inspiration to do the work of justice, becoming the change we want to see in the world. Building community together, even through radio, we can find, name and bring blessings into the world.

 

Sponsored by Continuum Physical Therapy located in Rockland.

 

12-2pm   “World in Song."

 

2-3pm   “Classic Gold Radio Hour,” with Claymoore Wales, a listener appreciation program. Each show will focus on one artist. Listeners are invited to call in 593-0013 and make requests for the upcoming weeks. Sponsored by West Street Automotive on Rte. 90 with Tom Paxson.

 

3-5pm   “World in Song,”   vast variety of music

 

 

5-7 pm  “Out! on the air!”   This show is created and organized by Rockland’s very own GLBTQQAI youth group, “OUT! As I want to be.” They will be playing music and hosting interviews with members of the community and youth members. This is a group that supports gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, questioning, transgenered, allied, and intersexed young people aged 14-22 in the midcoast area. Sponsored by Thorndike Creamery.

 

 

6-8pm Hosted by Scott Sell, City Limits is a geographic, historical, and cultural exploration of our country's many musical trends. Each week, we'll spend time in one city, listening to the music and stories that have come out of that specific place, from the turn of the last century to now. One week we might be in Kansas City, learning about the birth of the Bebop jazz scene; the following week could take us to Minnesota's Twin City punk scene of the early 1980s. Come along for the ride...this program is sponsored by Ed Glover of Megunticook Real Estate and also the MidCoast Music Academy of Rockland.

 

 

On the first Wednesday of each month

 

6-7pm  first Wednesday of each month: “OPEN BOOK,” with host, Jonathan Kosnow. This program consists of  lively interviews with local authors, about their books. Topics such as history, the arts, local lore are just some of the topics that will be discussed. Sponsored by Rock City Roasters & Café.

 

7-8pm “World in Song,”  or …

 

Only on  the first Wednesday of each month:

 

7-8pm “Bee Guardians,” with Aimee and Antje. As bee guardians they will take you into the beehive and share the lives of the honeybees and their importance for all of us. Aimee and Antje will bring observations from the hive, honeybee facts, and will muse on what the bees can teach us, enlivened by buzzing bee music and poetry. Sponsored by  Red Bird Acupuncture with Abi Morrison,  and also Clean Bee Laundry at Reny’s Plaza.

 

 

8-10pm  “Keith’s Studio,” featuring Keith MacKenzie as host playing different genres that he likes and has special meaning for him, including Blues, Rock n’ Roll, R&B, Folk, with some surprises. Each week the selections played will be somewhat unique and different. What Keith plays will vary according to his mood and energy level that evening and for sure, it will be melodic and clean sounding. Keith hopes to open your ears to some good music, new to you, and reunite you with some you already know. Sponsored by  French & Brawn & Jensen’s Pharmacy.

 

 

 

10pm-6am  “WORLD in SONG,” great music- just keeps on playing.

 

 

 

 

 

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