WRFR-LP local community radio 93.3fm in Camden 99.3fm program schedule for the rest of Wednesday.

By WRFR-LP Radio | Sep 12, 2018

WRFR-LP (LP= Low powered)  local community radio 93.3fm & also Camden 99.3fm Here’s the daily schedule for WEDNESDAY. Streaming world wide   wrfr.org  check it out, learn more, & maybe get involved.



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1-2 p.m. “Roads to Recovery.” A healthy community is stronger than any drug. The midcoast recovery coalition helps the people of midcoast Maine avoid drug addiction by improving the health of our communicates. Please join Ira Mandel for a new day of hope and healing. Visit our website midcoastrecovery.org and join us.



3-5 p.m. “Wade in Maine,” with Wade. LP’s mostly- and there will be a mix of many kinds of music, early Rock, Jazz, some Bluegrass and Alt Country. All are tied together by the foundation players ie. A John Mayall, followed by songs from the artists he influenced: Clapton, Page, Beck, McVie, etc.


5-6 p.m.  Rockland Metro w/ The Metropolitans is a discussion show focusing on issues that impact our area. Every week a new topic is examined. Join the dialogue (207) 593-0013. Check out the topic for the week by visiting “The Buzz,” or pick up a new issue around town on Fridays. To join us in the studio please email: robert@thebuzz.me


6-7 p.m. “The Center will Hold, with Eric Gabrielsen,” - is a bi-weekly radio call-in program looking at developments of interest, both political and cultural, local and global, with a decidedly irreverent slant.

“Things fall apart; the center cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,” But friends, with all due apologies to William Butler, “The Center Must Hold.”



7-9 p.m. “Matinicus Wannabe with Lock Kiermaier,” playing an eclectic mixture of music that he loves: including rock, country, bluegrass, soul, rhythm & blues, folk, blues, and whatever else he’s into on any given Wednesday night.



9-11 p.m. “Progressions with Nick Baum,” music with a progressive bent and opinion with rock ‘n’ roll bent.

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