A weekly radio news and current affairs program by and about women around the world, produced and distributed by the Women’s International News Gathering Service.
Jazz – straight ahead bop, hard bop, swing and a little bit of everything else with Dino D.
We play straight ahead jazz and anything else we find in the back of the garage.
Duke Ellington once said, “There are two kinds of music; good….. and the other kind.” In the garage we don’t play the other kind. We play a mix of classic jazz tunes that your mother should know, deep album cuts that don’t often see the light of day and new releases by both established and up and coming artists. For two hours each week you’ll be reminded of where jazz has been and informed of where it’s going. Swing, bop, hard bop, avant-garde and fusion. You’ll find it all in the Garage, and of course, there’s Monk. Always Monk.
Jazz, swing, standards with Bill Melone. Featuring artists born on show date, plus info on local live shows.
all kinds of classical, from ancient times up to
today, with an emphasis upon birthdays, anniversaries, and seasonal
hosted by allen lawton
old-time radio mysteries curated by bill j. parker
Music for dancing in you car with Matt Mania
Soul,R&B,Blues,Garage,Mod,Rock&Roll,Instrumental,Rockabilly,Soundtracks,Experimental etc, etc, etc…
hip-hop with dj king ruckus
folk, roots & americana with tom duksta
folk, roots & americana with guy smiley
indie/alternative with chris warren
This Way Out is a volunteer-produced, multi-award-winning, internationally-syndicated weekly half-hour “magazine style” LGBTQ community radio program.
Its mission is to educate, inform and entertain audiences around the world by making freely available the presentation of news, features and cultural works by and about the international lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
mixed jazz forms with erika
Exploring aspects of modern jazz, featuring interviews with jazz artists
with Gordon Forman
CLASSICAL MUSIC WITH A THEME, INCL. A “MORSEL OF MOZART”, MUSIC OF THE CLASSICAL GUITAR, PLUS LP SELECTIONS FROM WRIU’S “VINYL VAULT”.
Hosted by Bob Kinzel
classical with mathilda hills
freeform with connor mulligan
hip-hop with dj nook and jim brows
folk with jane falvey
rock with explosive corrosive joseph!
freeform with michael hawkins
jazz with manuel morales
jazz with james from jamestown
classical music with mark hinkley
metal with dan romeo
Hip-Hop with DJ Padrino & DJ HellaSmoke
World Premiere Wednesday’s is a live hip hop mix show debuting brand new records from industry heavyweights to local up and coming artists
irish scottish traditional music with tim may or a.o. gutierrez
irish scottish traditional music with jane falvey
rock with jeremy leclair
Handi-Link focuses on disability issues. Host Cam Wells compares similarities and differences between disabled and able bodied life and talks to those from the disabled community.
jazz with andie
jazz and blues singers featuring local jazz artists with vocalist tish adams
classical with the classical gals, judith anderson & marcia blair
Classical music from all time periods:
instrumental, vocal, operatic, orchestral, choral.
hip-hop with bardwell
freeform with beryl fisher
hip-hop with keith grillo
Impatient roots-and-then-some music with Boudin Dan Ferguson.
From Buck Owens to the Bottle Rockets and Sturgill Simpson to Doug Sahm to all things Bloodshot Records with stops in Memphis, Louisiana, Nashville, New York, Bakersfield, Portland, and various other outposts, The Boudin Barndance aims to rev the pulse in all kinds of ways while introducing you to stuff you are unlikely to hear elsewhere. A three-hour restless roadtrip each week!
Country, Western, Bluegrass, Folk with Nick Casey and Sammy Alabammy
Relive the sounds of country heroes past while venturing into the next great artists of today.
The Country Rhode Show began in 2015 when Sam and Nick met at the RIU2 meeting. When asked to write down what types of music they would consider playing, they both happened to have country as a top choice. They were then both given a show together, and were able to express their love for country and bluegrass once a week. While the show has had many faithful listeners from the start, the number of listeners has significantly grown over the past few years. While Sam and Nick have quite a collection of music of their own, they are always eager to take requests from listeners in order to discover new artists to play on the show. So tune in and enjoy the show because they play both types of music: Country AND Western!
Latin Waves is celebrating its 10th year on the air, we bring our listeners in-depth coverage of issues with a focus on the history of an issue and what that history means for us today and most importantly what we can do to move society forward in a healthy way.
In short our show is focused on building community across borders, positive social change has only come through communities of interest working together.
Hosted by Sylvia Richardson
vaudeville, swing, r&b, soul, real rock ‘n roll, latin, cajun, zydeco, western swing with the eggman
First Friday/Fifth Friday with Ken Shane
You’ll hear everything from Frank Sinatra to Nina Simone, from Patti Smith to Tim Buckley, from Tom Rush to Tom Petty.
I was a big fan of the freeform FM radio of the late ‘60s. That’s what I modeled my show after. You never know what you’ll hear but my hope is that it’s a unique blend of rock, jazz, folk, Americana, world music, classical, and anything else I can think of on a given day.
classical with ron marsh
eclectic selections with haley weinstein
hip-hop with julian santiago
bluegrass dagnabbit with mike fischman, “the occasional host”
peregrinations through the chaotic age with Jim Morgan
howlings experimental and unpredictable, and coffee.
Rock & Blues with His Eminence, Joe Mooney
A one of a kind show dedicated to its listeners who are called EFer’s.
Eminence Front Radio is a hands on,listener friendly radio show that lets everyone become a part of the show,through requests and a Social Segment that actually allows the listener to program 15 minutes of their favorite music..We have our own Facebook page where we encourage our listeners to post any music they want to hear making it a true family affair..
Also featuring Possum Blues with The Baron, Pete Hamill.
This show examines the music of our generation. That can range from the 50’s through present day. We will look at it from analysis of music to interviews with some of the makers of music.
Hosted by Cyberlarson, One O’Clock Radio takes you on a weekly journey, from looking at what was happening 50 years ago to themed shows.
One O’Clock Radio focuses on the obscure and overlooked Artists. And valuable information about the music.
One O’Clock Radio throws in some memorable bits to bring back those times of yore.
You never know what to expect each week on One O’Clock Radio.
women artists with beth, gail, lizzy, liza and krissy
reggae/dancehall with dj blademon
This show highlights the best in Cape Verdean music past and present as well as some related Afro beats. We also share information in attempt to further educate the community on current, past issues, events and accomplishments.
It is hosted by DJ Big Joe and co-hosted by Amadeu Semedo Saturdays from 2-4:30pm.
Reggae/Dancehall with DJ Baby Matt
Playing the Latest and Greatest in Reggae & Dancehall Music. Oldies, Roots, Reggae, Lovers Rock and Dancehall galore.
Instrumental music with Greg Young
Focusing on modern forms of instrumental
music with an emphasis on independent artists
electronic with babel
Spoiler Alert Radio presents conversations on the craft of filmmaking.
Each week, host Toni Pennacchia provides a retrospective look at international film craftspeople about their work: editors, production designers, cinematographers, composers, sound designers, writers, directors, and more from across the globe.
Classic jazz mostly from 40’s -70’s
Gospel song of the week
Birthday artist of the week
Source materials mostly vinyl and cd’s
with Ricky J
An eclectic weekly show of great music from around the globe, since 1981. Featuring world music and international sounds of folk, latin, electronic, jazz, reggae, rock with rotating hosts, Bruce Decker, Dan & Justin Kahn, Chris Stewart and DJ Madame B.
In an 2012 interview with the Block Island Times, show founder Bruce Decker said “World Music is any music, not just ethnic.” Decker… wonders why so many stations give global music such a “Smithsonian approach.” By that he means a bookish, scholarly presentation for something lively, interesting, and diverse, especially African pop music, his favorite genre.
“I like it when cross-cultural happens in music,” he says, adding you never know what might materialize when a Celtic band starts jamming with an African pop group (think the Afro Celt Sound System.).
Full spectrum of Blues music with rotating hosts Paul Mania, Matt Mania, Mark Crook and Larry Phillips
Provides a wide selection of acoustic, vocal, and modern blues music by hundreds of artists.
Reggae/Dub/Roots/Ska/Rockers/Rocksteady with DJ Peter Dante
THE BEST IN ROOTS REGGAE FOR OVER 35 YEARS!!
ROOTS REGGAE, INCLUDING SKA, ROCKSTEADY, DUB, ROCKERS, REALITY TUNES AND CONSCIOUS MUSIC ONLY. ALL KILLER, NO FILLER FOR OVER 35 YEARS ON WRIU!!
Vintage and new children’s songs, television and movie music and more all ages fun with Bill J. Parker
radio drama, mystery & science fiction curated by bill j. parker
radio comedy curated by chris warren
Examining issues near and far through a variety of local, national, and international programs.
Frequent topics include the local arts scene, science and technology, the environment, and contemporary social issues.
Some programs also provide extended background, nuance, and depth to the news stories everyone is sharing on your social feeds.
Public affairs and news with CounterSpin, Democracy Now, The Shortwave Report, Radio Bilingue, UN Radio, Between The Lines, This Week @ NASA and more.
Providing a look back at important stories of the previous week, emphasizing those overlooked or underreported by commercial and large non-commercial news organizations.
Segments help to provide context, depth and alternative viewpoints to coverage of stories that receive superficial treatment elsewhere.
Plus fun facts from the census bureau!