Feb24Sunday: 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Hosted by Charles Rossell, alternating Sundays, 7:15PM – 9PM
u-Nameit could be about anything on any given Sunday. I do however tend to get into month-long themes. Every Febuary I play only black artists and activists, every March I play only women artists and activists. About once every six weeks I do an interview — call-ins welcomed! u-Nameit accepts and encourages requests of all kinds. On u-Nameit, you, the listener, are almost always able to determine the content of the show (if you so desire).
Blues, rock, hip-hop, country, Afro-beat, international, jazz, and folk are all featured on u-Nameit, with an ear often towards new releases. With luck I will warm up the listeners for the always excellent music program that follows as Jesse French closes out the weekend!
Feb25Monday: 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Hosted by Jim Hogue, Mondays, 9-10:30am
Jim Hogue’s weekly radio program focusses on national and community issues, especially 9/11 Truth, Election Integrity, the economy, and sustainable agriculture.
Feb25Monday: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Hosted by Jim Cross, 2-4pm, Mondays
What’s Next? features new, contemporary and classical music, including: Contemporary artists performing works old or new or compositions of new or newer or slightly older but never-the-less still interesting composers and interviews with musicians, composers, musicologists, poets, and dancers.
Feb25Monday: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Hosted by Brian Aust, Mondays 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Starting with traditional bluegrass and ending up in all that jazz connotes, WoodWarbler’s JazzGrass travels down the David Grisman > Django Reinhardt sonic continuum. Often thematic and always illuminating, JazzGrass offers listeners fabulous sounds of bluegrass, jazz and artists that blend these along with other styles together. If you’ve been craving a radio show featuring outstanding music that typically never receives airplay, tune in to WGDR on Monday evenings.
JazzGrass also features weekly birdsong ID, concert announcements, artist birthday sets, full recaps of all songs and ensemble personnel plus periodic local musicians live in the studio. Playlists & announcements are posted first on the JazzGrass Facebook Group and then at the MySpace link below.
WWJG Requests and inquiries: email@example.com
Feb26Tuesday: 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Hosted by Joseph Gainza Tuesdays, 9 – 10:30am
Sometimes it seems the world is “going to hell in a hand basket” as environmental destruction, social degradation, political stagnation and economic collapse dominate the news. It is hard not to give in to despair. But you are not alone in your concerns and there are many people and organizations struggling to turn the tide; you may be one of them.
Listen to Gathering Peace:
Gathering Peace by WGDR
Gathering Peace brings the good news of these local, regional,
national, and global struggles to the WGDR/WGDH listener community.
Every Tuesday morning Gathering Peace invites you to participate in
discussions with people engaged in the work of peace, broadly defined.
Activists and organizers for social and economic justice, protection
and renewal of the natural environment and an end to militarism,
violent conflict and war discuss their work in depth. Listeners
receive information about how to get involved.
Guests on Gathering Peace often represent local organizations working
for positive social change in Vermont communities. Announcements of
local and national events and discussions of listener- initiated
topics often enrich the community experience of Gathering Peace.
Gathering Peace connects local and global issues to help provide depth
to your understanding and insight into how your actions can contribute
to the larger movement for justice and peace. Together we can
contradict despair, instill hope, and be a catalyst for action.
Feb27Wednesday: 6:00 am – 8:00 am
Various hosts Wednesdays, 6-8am
Focusing on friends and neighbors here at home; who’s helping out and how.
Join us for a combination of music, upcoming event announcements, and interviews with your friends and neighbors working with local organizations.
Feb27Wednesday: 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Hosted by Alex Thayer, Yona Shahar, Heather Holter, Marianne Perchlik
Wednesdays, 9 – 10:30am
The Quilting Hour: spinning voices, lives, and stories to create community.
Listen to The Quilting Hour:
The Quilting Hour seeks to celebrate the role of community, to learn from each other, teach each other, educate ourselves, provide a forum for meaningful discussion on issues that affect our lives and the lives of women, children, and men around the world, combat the status quo which seeks to oppress women and girls in our society by attacking our self esteem, and self-identity, celebrate heroines real and mythical who inspire and move us, celebrate poetry and wisdom, report on issues that outrage our concern us, conduct interviews, welcome callers, laugh, entertain, and bring your sister’s voice to the radio through the eyes of a variety of women.