1000+ years of repertoire - opera, oratorio, cantata, sonata, concerto, symphony, tone poem, ballet, chamber music, sacred and secular choral music (chants, madrigals, etc.) all here on Cross Culture every Friday evening!
If you’re a “baby boomer” (and even if you're not) and tired of commercial FM radio, then Eclectic Hours is for you. Here is a show where contemporary folk meets "esoteric rock" (the stuff you wish the classic rock stations would play). Hosted by Paul Porzio, the show goes back to the roots of the progressive rock FM stations of the late 60s and early 70s and delivers a format that presents a wide spectrum of music, yet finding a connection throughout a music continuum. You end up with a show with a respect for the past and a sharp awareness of the new, providing a pleasant Sunday morning listening experience. There are some interesting and fun interviews as well. Some of the interviews heard on Eclectic Hours have included Todd Rundgren, Steve Forbert, Susan Werner, Rickie Lee Jones, Christine Lavin, Patty Larkin, Cheryl Wheeler, Ellis Paul, Janis Ian, Aztec Two-Step any many others. Start off every Sunday with an exciting collection of music.
A forum for fans of professional wrestling to discuss their favorite topics. The DC area has a rich wrestling history, with some of the biggest names hailing from this community. Join us for an entertaining discussion of professional wrestling's past, present and future.
Radio Hotline with Dennis Price
Having an in-depth interview show is a great excuse to ask men, women, kids, seniors, Gen X'ers, MDs, PhDs, teams, authors, business owners, couples, lawyers, vets, or any person that strikes my fancy to ask, "What do you do, how and why do you do it, what makes you happy, what do your parents think of this, what are your plans for the future?" It's live, it's fun, it's thoughtful. Listen in, call in, ask your own questions.
FM ODYSSEY offers "eclectic excellence" in radio programming presenting the finest, most innovative free-style format heard anywhere. New and emerging contemporary singer songwriter, folk, and rock artists are played side by side with folk/rock musical legends in a way that not only sounds right, but feels right. A nationally syndicated show, FM Odyssey is astonishing public radio audiences with its impressive specials & interviews. The show is vibrant and intelligent, offering music with both a heart and a soul. A typical playlist may include legends such as Renaissance, Circus Maximus, or Brian Auger as well as Leonard Cohen, Bruce Cockburn, or Kate Wolf. It will also grab your attention with emerging artists such as Mark Erelli, Tony Joe White, The Dharma Bums and Jonell Mosser. This blend has proven to be extremely effective in both creating and maintaining a fiercely loyal audience by tapping into hidden musical memories, yet challenging them with fresh, new artistry. Stay tuned - FM Odyssey will knock your socks off!
Celebrating America's one true native contribution to the arts, the Jazz Light House with Herb Archey features music, commentary and information regarding selected works, styles, treatments and highlighted artists.
K-Radio Flashback, where the oldies are, takes you back to the 60s and 70s, to the sound of Top 40 AM rock ‘n’ roll radio – the way radio used to be. Frequently, a journey into the Golden Vault results in music from the 50s and 80s. In addition to the Top Ten Hits of the Day, features include Smokin' Joe's Do You Know Trivia Question & Answer, Freddie J's Headlines in History, Notable Birthdays of the Week and Fascinating Fact, Smilin' K's Weather Forecast and The Big G remembering This Day in Vietnam. Every Sunday 8 - 10 PM on WEBR cable radio. K-Radio Flashback, "where the oldies are."
Trains in the night…Where are they going? Trains and music are joined together every time the Night Train pulls into another city for a few hours. The music is the sounds of the cities: urban vocal groups, from the 50s through early 60s, with occasional new material as well, with your engineer, Squire. Some refer to it as Doo-Wop music, but it’s more than that. No matter if you’re not familiar with the songs, Squire explains everything. Every week a new train ride and new records to hear: Classics, favorites, obscurities, and some mega-rarities.
On The Commons and its host, Shu Bartholomew have received national acclaim by bringing a controversial issue into the spotlight. It is a weekly radio show dedicated to discussing the many issues surrounding mandatory homeowner associations, the fastest growing form of residential housing in the nation. The show features interviews with attorneys, mediators, authors, homeowners, and members of the industry. Tune in for this educational show where you will get information not readily available anywhere else.
This show features songs released between 1954 and 1974 - the classic age of Top 40 radio. We sneak into the dusty corners of the musical goldmine and unearth those gems you remember but haven't heard for a while.
The multi-award winning Goffus Rock Experience with Doug Goffus explores the entire spectrum of rock music with classic and new tracks for all ages. This weekly recorded program from the hills in the out-skirts of Pittsburgh, PA features tracks from the 70s and 80s with a splash of cuts from the 60s and 90s and today. One of the original DJ’s that signed on when this station went on the air in April 1991 as WCXS, Doug’s experience spans about 30 years including being a DJ for American Forces Radio, a free-lance DJ, an avid audiophile and a collector of vinyl and CD’s. Doug’s philosophy is to provide an extensive variety of mostly mainstream tracks in classic rock, progressive rock and alternative, metal with some R&B and oldies thrown in every so often to provide a unique listening experience.
If you enjoy comedy in many forms, you’ll appreciate The Lighter Side. Join host Andy Hammel for an hour of novelty music, rock & pop with a comic twist, and spoken stand-up comedy on records. You’ll hear comics of today and decades past, punctuated by DJ commentary. Pure entertainment!
The Mimi Geerges Show is an independently produced talk radio program that each week brings a fresh talk on politics, culture, and the trends that shape our world. This one-hour interview series features the country's leading experts, authors, scientists and entertainers. The show speaks to a new generation of listeners who are turned off by shout-shows but still want to hear frank and inquisitive radio.
The Outer View is a show that examines all of the evolutions in Jazz over the last 70 years with emphasis on the more modern developments. We cover Jazz from all over the world as well as the music's intersections with rock, folk and other genres. Every week you'll probably hear something you never heard before.
Serving up heaping portions of progressive music from around the world. From the most melodic to the most Avant, something for everyone on the menu. The Prog-Rock Diner with Debbie Sears has been providing Fairfax County with a healthy serving of Progressive Rock since 1991! You'll find everything from Nektar to The Muffins on the new menu at the 'Diner'. The Prog-Rock Diner brings a musical feast to the airwaves that will certainly appease your progressive palate!
This show will inspire you through music, interviews, and conversation of Catholic issues. The objective of the program is to bring you to a higher level of spirituality, whether you are already a Catholic or Christian, or are of another faith. The show can especially reach those people who may be shut-in and cannot make it to worship. The show is for anyone looking to improve their daily living.
Promoting blessings, love and peace, World Reggae Party spins Reggae/Reggaeton/Dancehall and Soca music from all over the world! Bringing the World to your ears, World Reggae Party with The Goddess Genise on Radio Fairfax!! Thursday nights at 7pm...WRP will ROCK YOU!!! Ire'Baloo, and RAH, RAH, RAH!!!
Dead Poets’ Forum offers listeners an opportunity to discover classical poetry, folklore, ethnic music and the cultures of India, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Afghanistan and other countries. Poets of the Old World were powerful, intriguing, beautiful, and simple. Travel with the Poets of the Old World and you will transcend time, place, culture, language and traditions. This hour will evoke your curiosity of world history, geography, and most importantly build an ardent relationship with listeners.
Come into Dr. Data's laboratory every Monday at 4pm as we conduct experiments in democracy and freedom. We'll explore issues from around the corner to around globe as we advance our knowledge of news and newsmakers....and don't forget your gloves and goggles.
Enjoy music to drink Mai Tais to every Wednesday at 5 p.m. when you saunter through the doors of Dr. Zarkov's Tiki Lounge to spend an hour exploring the finest in jazz, Hawaiin, exotica, Mid-Century pop and classic Latin music from the past, present and future, all gathered together in a program tenaciously tuned to help you relax in the tremulous Tiki bar, pulsating Polynesian restaurant or swank supper club you choose to create in your own time and space.
We present the best, brightest, newest, and coolest music from the UK. Each week, we present both new and older music, along with special features including a Beatles set, UK Music News, and a countdown of the top 5 songs in the UK on that day. Tune in to catch up on the most amazing music from England!
The Finner and Clark Expedition (FaCE) is intelligent talk radio. Unlike most talk radio shows, the Finner and Clark Expedition is NOT focused on whining, complaining, and blaming others for the state of our personal lives, or the state of the universe. FaCE is 1/4 politics, 1/4 social issues, 1/4 technology and the Internet, 1/4 sports and popular culture, and 1/4 science and education. All this fits in a one hour show through the magic of digital compression and a lot of fast-talking. You can learn more about Finner and Clark, read their written work, and listen to archives of previous shows at finnerandclark.com.
There is bias in all news reporting. There are no objective journalists or objective news programs. So get your news from someone who admits the truth. Justice Percell honestly reports the news with bias and opinion. Listen to the Justice for All program to get honesty in news reporting.
For all who are curious about the radio experience! Join Ted Little as he recreates the many modes and moods of radio before the 1970's. Highlights hits and rarities from Elvis to Sinatra. New releases are also featured. There is an emphasis on audience and community involvement. You'll hear comedy and adventure segments, our radio star search contests, and interviews with Rock & Roll greats as well as new talent. Beginning with the hits of the early 60's thru this week's latest, the emphasis is often on overlooked musical treasures. We have varying features each week to both inform and entertain!
Philosophy Talk is radio that celebrates the value of the examined life. Each week, our two host philosophers invite you to join them in conversation on a wide variety of issues ranging from popular culture to our most deeply-held beliefs about science, morality, and the human condition. Philosophy Talks challenges listeners to identify and question their assumptions and to think about things in new ways. We are dedicated to reasoned conversation driven by human curiosity. Philosophy Talk is accessible, intellectually stimulating, and most of all, fun!
For those who want a show that plays a little bit of everything, you never know what “Mystery Mike” is going to play! Listen as he jumps from a 1st century hit to the 21st century in four songs or less. Radio Retro concentrates on the hits of the 50s and 60s, and takes you back to a radio show sound of that era. But, at the heart of the show is Blues! The “Babe of the Blues” presents the “Blues Nugget” segment featuring blues from the 20s to the present day.
Music from the 40’s through the 60’s….Blues like Jimmy Reed, Howlin’ Wolf, and BB King….R&B like Ruth Brown and Louis Jordan….Urban Vocal Group Sound like the Spaniels, Clovers, and Heartbeats….Rock & Roll like Elvis, Little Richard, and Fats Domino. You’ll hear music, interesting facts & fiction of a particular year, plus up-to-date weather reports & community news. The last Tuesday of the month brings artists into the spotlight for the segment called “Cavalcade of Stars.” Phone calls & requests are encouraged!
Simply Sinatra is a show that celebrates a true "American Idol"-- Frank Sinatra. Join host Mike Delaney as he brings the sounds of Sinatra to Fairfax County. From Frank's days with the Harry James Orchestra in the 30's to his duets with contemporary artists like Bono & Gloria Estefan in the 90's, don't miss this weekly opportunity to meet with the "Chairman of the Board." Yes, ol' Blue Eyes is back and he's on Radio Fairfax.
Spiritual Principles For Emotional Healing with Dr. Denise
The Enclosed Instruction Book is a radio show hosted by Martin Bonica which spotlights independent artists and musicians, primarily in the DC metro area. Each week, a different musician joins us in the studio to discuss their music and share a selection of songs.
The House P.I., the House Private Investigator is a show all about houses, from condo’s to mega mansions, three hundred year old homes to brand new and every type of home in between. The House P.I. covers a wide range of issues and topics including home maintenance issues, home purchasing, mortgage issues, home inspections, environmental issues, energy efficiency, and more. The House P.I. is an insightful, in-depth radio show that will cover pertinent, timely topics affecting home buyers and home owners today.
Listeners have the opportunity to participate in the rosary at the start of the show as well as hear news of interest to members of local Dioceses. On many shows there is a Franciscan meditation period. At certain times there are discussions on recent topics of interest to Roman Catholics.
Join host Marianne Metz in exploring and enjoying the Great American Songbook. We hear the creations of songwriters including Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, George and Ira Gershwin, and of course Irving Berlin (from whom the show takes its name). The music was created in the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s . . . but The Melody Lingers On.
Your host, The Professor, has never understood the point of “Oldies” shows that simply play one track after another (“Rock Around the Clock” followed by “Get a Job”) with no attempt at putting the recordings into their musical (and social) context. Isn’t it interesting, for example, that the records produced out of the Sun studios in Memphis in the mid 50s were all made by the sons of sharecroppers, who had recently moved into the cities. The Professor plays lesser-known songs by well-known singers like Buddy Holly and Carl Perkins, and also some great tracks by not-so-well-known singers such as Bobby Charles and Roscoe Gordon. He also talks about some of the musicians he’s met including Jerry Lee Lewis and Billy Lee Riley. He’ll tell you who played on each track, who wrote the song, where it was recorded, and what the singer did later in his/her career. It’s fun, you hear the best music, and you get to appreciate one of the 20th century’s great art-forms – the 2-minute record.
Join Host Matthew Moore for a segment filled two hour show called 'The Psychedelic Circus'. Is the future of radio to be found in the past? Will we know the answer when we see it or hear it? I don't know. I do know that you don't have to bring your own headspace to enjoy "The Psychedelic Circus". There is plenty of headspace waiting for you every Saturday night. Psychedelic baby, won't you take a trip with me? The Psychedelic Circus - where the buzz can shake you clean...
Your Monday will never be the same. The party is brought to your house Vandalay style with the Vandalay House Party every Monday at 7pm. The Vandalay House Party is an hour of great music (from Adele to ZZ Top), off beat news and the fan's view of the Washington Redskins. The Vandalay House Party brings it every Monday at 7pm!
This nationally syndicated show features weekly, live audience celebrations of America's oldest musical artform. . . Folk! From the Blues to Bluegrass, Country to Celtic, old-timey to new singer/songwriters, the WoodSongs takes the grassroots point-of-view. Like the host says each week, “You don't have to be famous to be on WoodSongs — you have to be good!” The show introduces new independent artists from around the world. As one music critic described the show, “It's like A Prairie Home Companion meets Conan O'Brien.”
Your Jazz is a presentation of Urban Jazz, Smooth Jazz, and Standard Jazz Cuts. Your Jazz captures a bit of the jazz sound that was made known to the world by an array of American and International jazz. These pioneers/artists set the standard for the versatile sound of jazz that we hear today. The Your Jazz show plays music that appeals to the young as well as the older audience. It can be said that the Your Jazz show features some of the best Jazz heard anywhere. Tune in every Saturday with Lawrence Alexander for Your Jazz!