WRFR-LP programs for the rest of Monday...April 15

By WRFR-LP Radio | Apr 15, 2019

WRFR-LP  low power  in Rockland 93.3fm & in Camden/Rockport 99.3fm Non – commercial radio.  Streamin’ online world wide  wrfr.org




Get trained to have your radio program: contact station manager Jo Lindsay by email wrfr93.3@gmail.com


*If you would like to sponsor your favorite radio program contact: Jerry Sytsma 207-417-0864  or email  jerrysytsmawrfr@gmail.com



10 a.m. – 12 p.m. “Euphoria,” a show focused on old and new electronic dance music. "Euphoria" features Progressive, House, Electro, Dubstep & Trance. Each week is different and equally interesting!



12 - 1 p.m. “What’s for Suppa?” Your host is Elysa Rose Coster who says this about her program, ”We will talk about food, cooking, baking, growing food, feeding people, etc. Listeners are welcome to call in 593-0013 and tell me (and my guest) about what they have in their fridg & pantry and I can help them figure out what to make. My guests will be chefs, cooks, farmers, and people who care about food.”



1 - 3 p.m. “World in Song”  a grand variety of music.



3 - 5 p.m. “Uncle Paul’s Jazz Closet,” with Cindy McGuirl. A show dedicated to the music of Paul Motian. Paul spent his lifetime (1931-2011) in Jazz as a drummer, composer, sideman, and band leader. Each week the show centers around a theme such as early influences, particular compositions,, a period or his work with specific players. Also featuring  short readings from Motian’s autobiography, journals, and interviews.  *Input and comments from the community are welcome 593-0013



5 - 6 p.m. “Kalimotxo w/ Jo & Todd Silver-Weeks.” Jo & Todd resurrect punk from Spain and Latin America as a voice against authoritarianism, misogyny, militarism, and police brutality.



6 - 7 p.m. “The Center Must Hold,” with Eric 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.            * 593-0013 to call-in.



7 - 9 p.m. “Professor Bop,”  w/ Ronald Van Heeswijk explores the Jurassic era of modern American music (yes, the contradiction in terms is intentional) called Bebop. They will feature such noteworthy constituents as Bird, Diz, Monk, Fats, Klook, and Bud. Some forays into more modern jazz are possible with a smattering of Beatniks thrown in.


9 - 10 p.m. Knox County Broadcast…Tune in for a unique selection of indie-rock from surf to folk, late night Mondays 9:00-11. The K.C.B. is the official underground frequency of all you local misfits!



“World in Song,” the music goes on…



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