Thursday, March 24, 2005

Topic: Programming.

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Anonymous Scott Marks said...

Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 07:54:32 -0500
From: "Scott Marks"
To: "BCRA Discussion" bcra@lists.riseup.net
Subject: [bcra] Exciting Upcoming WBCR-LP program Schedule

I'm sure there will be adjustments (additions hopefully) but I wanted to let everyone know about our schedule coming up.

We will hopefully get on-air announcements in place on WBCR-LP tonight and get listings added to the Berkshire Eagle's "Radio Highlights"

Thursday March 30
10:00pm, Culture Shift. Will McDougal's irreverent leap into diversity in music and culture.

Friday April 1
2:00pm, What's Happening. Regional Concert Calendar with complete songs by the artists performing.
3:00pm, Rhythm and Roots Review. American Roots Music hosted by local performer JoAnne Redding.
(at a special time the first week)
7:00pm, Scratchy Records Show. Local performer Galen Wade plays his favorite scratchy records.

Saturday April 2
9:00am, Yes All Ages Radio. Different music for different kids (and everyone else) with Scott and Grace.
9:00pm, Black Sweater, White Cat. Biotic brings us music from six continents.

Sunday April 3
1:00pm, Barrington Place. Local Interview Program by Ryan Brown this week featuring Ed McCormick.
3:00pm, The Other Side. Mickey Friedman looks at the other side of story
7:00pm , Phat Man Blues. Blues with the Phat Man.

Monday April 4
2:00pm, Curtain Going Up. Drew Davidson's look at the Musical Theater (weekdays, until 2:30)
6:00pm, Democracy Now. Daily News Program (weekdays, until 7pm)
7:00pm, Dr. Nod's Sedation Station. Classic Rock from Stephen Donaldson.
8:30pm, Listless Radio. Indie Music (mostly) on the mellow side from Scott Marks.

Tuesday April 5
2:00pm, Curtain Going Up. Drew Davidson's look at the Musical Theater (weekdays, until 2:30)
4:00pm, Yes All Ages Radio (replay). Different music for different kids (and everyone else) with Scott and Grace
6:00pm, Democracy Now. Daily News Program (weekdays, until 7pm)

Wednesday April 6
12:00, Locally Grown. A program of local events and issues.
2:00pm, Curtain Going Up. Drew Davidson's look at the Musical Theater (weekdays, until 2:30)
6:00pm, Democracy Now. Daily News Program (weekdays, until 7pm)
10:00pm, Tangential Mind. Psychedelic Music

Thursday April 7
2:00pm, Curtain Going Up. Drew Davidson's look at the Musical Theater (weekdays, until 2:30)
6:00pm, Democracy Now. Daily News Program (weekdays, until 7pm)
7:00pm, The Other Side. Mickey Friedman looks at the other side of story
8:00pm, Mystery Train. Dan Karp's music program.
10:00pm, Culture Shift. Will McDougal's irreverent leap into diversity in music and culture.

Friday April 8
2:00pm, Curtain Going Up. Drew Davidson's look at the Musical Theater (weekdays, until 2:30)
4:00pm, Rhythm and Roots Review. American Roots Music hosted by local performer JoAnne Redding.
6:00pm, Democracy Now. Daily News Program (weekdays, until 7pm)
7:00pm, Scratchy Records Show. Local performer Galen Wade plays his favorite scratchy records.

Saturday April 9
9:00am, Yes All Ages Radio. Different music for different kids (and everyone else) with Scott and Grace.
10:00am, Locally Grown (replay). A program of local events and issues.
9:00pm, Black Sweater, White Cat. Biotic brings us music from six continents.

You might say, HEY! What about me?
We would love to add your program to this schedule -- if you have been to training, contact me to schedule a followup session to get ready. If you have not been to training, what's stopping you?

...Scott

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Wednesday, March 30, 2005 12:11:00 PM  
Anonymous ben shalles said...

Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005
From: "ben shalles"
To: "BCRA" bcra@lists.riseup.net
Subject: [bcra] DN! talks radio

hey all-
today on Democracy Now! i learned that one of the country's longest lasting pirate (unlicensed) stations, Free Radio Santa Cruz, is celebrating 10 years on the air today!

it's amazing what a small group of dedicated volunteers can accomplish, isn't it?

also, amy goodman mentioned Radio Free Nashville, another LPFM, and their barnraising happening this weekend hosted by the Prometheus Radio Project, www.prometheusradio.org

i was hoping to go down to nashville to help out, but it turns out, with all the activity at our own station, that i'm needed here all weekend.

we've got trainings for programmers going on most evenings thruoughout the week and all day and night all weekend. pretty exciting.

come down and check out the studio this saturday from 12 to 4 at our OpenHouse. you can poke around and ask questions and meet some of the programmers you'll be hearing over the coming weeks.

and DON'T MISS our first airing of DEMOCRACY NOW! on monday at 6pm.

hope to see you all soon,
ben

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Friday, April 01, 2005 8:51:00 AM  

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