1am The Steam Tunnel rock
Hosted by Sven Svensson

The Steam Tunnel consists primarily of electronic music with a taste of underground hip hop.

3am PRX Remix news

PRX Remix is for people who love to listen to great stories. We handpick the best short works from independent radio makers on, and from podcasters everywhere. Then we mix it up for you in a never-ending stream.

5am Backstory news
Hosted by American History Guys

6am Dawn's Early Light classical
Hosted by John Delehanty

Start the work week on a classical note with Dawn's Early Light . Dawn awakens with Bach then moves through an array of periods and styles, never forgetting the musicality of the human voice.

9am Soundboard news
Hosted by Lewis Reining & Charlotte Paxton

Tune in to Soundboard, WTJU's discussion program about news, culture, and community issues in the Charlottesville area. Whether we're talking about city politics, scientific innovations, or the local music scene, you'll get to hear in-depth discussion about stories that matter. The Monday edition of Soundboard is hosted by Lewis Reining and Charlotte Paxton and is a production partnership between WTJU, Charlottesville Tomorrow, and C-Ville Weekly.

10am The Jazz Messenger jazz
Hosted by Brian Keena

The depth, diversity and often contrasting ideas of jazz & blues programming is reverently represented each Monday morning with an emphasis on hard bop, modern, soul jazz and scrapyard blues, as well as a sampling of current releases and reissues. Brian invites you to take a full, deep breath and begin your week on the downbeat with one hundred twenty minutes of hedonic tones, jazz classics, featured artists and organized chaos.

12pm Soulful Situation blues
Hosted by Rum Cove

From the Dixie-fried sounds of the Southern soul centers of Muscle Shoals, Memphis, New Orleans and Shreveport to the Uptown Rhythm and Blues shots from the Northern cities of Chicago, Detroit, New York and Philadelphia, Rum Cove puts you in a Situation that is Sooo Soulful!

2pm The Broadcasting System rock
Hosted by Smilin' Tyler & Casey B.

It's about getting into it. Lightning Bolt gets into it, and so do Tony Conrad and Stereolab. Ralph Peer recorded Jimmie Rogers and the Carter Family getting into it in Bristol. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is all about it. They get into it in the forests of Bali and they surf slack-keyed on it in Hawaii. It's called transport, and only music - every kind of music - does it for me. How about you? Two hours spent deep in it, with Tyler.

4pm Back Up and Push folk
Hosted by Annette & Cousin Sandy

Back Up and Push! Every Monday afternoon from 4-6 pm Sandy and Annette look back at Bluegrass and Old Time tunes of yesteryear, and push forward to the music of today and tomorrow. Along with traditional Bluegrass and Old Time, we?ll throw in some Folk, Local Favorites, plenty of Live In-studio performances, and the latest news of festivals and other venues for live music. So buckle up for the ride on Monday afternoons from 4-6 with the best picking and strumming around on Back Up and Push!

6pm The Early Music Show classical
Hosted by Greg Cox

Journey back through eight centuries before the time of J. S. Bach with the first-millennium troubadours and the meditative, sacred music of Hildegard; the sublime motets of Josquin and the foot-tapping dances of Praetorius; the rich English anthems of William Byrd, and much more.

8pm Anything Goes jazz
Hosted by Steve H & Sean

The broad range of that modern music we call jazz is all subject to exploration. Expect a sampling of classic jazz, post-bop, standards, contemporary jazz, and new releases with a smattering of avant-garde and even electronica. Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue may all be found on Anything Goes .

11pm World Wide Weirdo rock
Hosted by Mr. Friend & DJ Ham Honey

World Wide Weirdo hosted by Mr. Friend & DJ Ham Honey.


1am Nighthawks at the Diner rock
Hosted by Rebecca B & Jack S

nighthawks at the diner began as an experiment that looked into the "actually kind of sick" work of so-called "dad rockers"--e.g. wow, these harry nilsson deep cuts actually own. it has now expanded into the warped realms of weird artjazz and power electronics--basically all the messed up kinda tuneage you'd WANT to listen to from 1-3AM when you wish you were drunk but can't be cuz it's a monday so u make youself a frozen pizza and think about how neil young was actually kind of hot in 1973 and cry. nighthawks at the diner is the only radio show where u can listen to pictureplane (who instagrams too much) sun ra AND springsteen and feel okay about it. nighthawks at the diner is about living/laughing/loving

3am PRX Remix news

PRX Remix is for people who love to listen to great stories. We handpick the best short works from independent radio makers on, and from podcasters everywhere. Then we mix it up for you in a never-ending stream.

6am La Belle Musique classical
Hosted by Allen Hench & Andrew Morgan

Always great performances of the finest in classical music, together with reports of weather and events from town and gown, help start your day with uplifted spirits.

9am Soundboard news
Hosted by WTJU staff

Tune in to Soundboard, WTJU's discussion program about news, culture, and community issues in the Charlottesville area. The Tuesday edition of Soundboard features BackStory, with the American History Guys, produced by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.

10am Rhythm & Romance jazz
Hosted by Charles Peale

Post-war Pop featuring vocal and instrumental recordings from a time of optimism and opportunity... Ella, Sarah, Tony, Mel, Rosemary and Frank...

12pm Eclectic Woman specialty
Hosted by Rebecca & Eileen

The only radio program in Central Virginia that features women's music exclusively, Eclectic Woman spans all musical genres and the globe with a variety of rich perspectives. Expect a fresh and tantalizing musical menu of singer-songwriters, women of color, and womyn's music, spiced liberally with traditional, blues, world, jazz, rock, avant-garde, and instrumental music. The Eclectic Woman show also features music and occasional news updates which specifically serve the gay and lesbian community.

2pm Ye Olde Tuesday Afternoon Rocke Show rock
Hosted by Dave & friends

"we are but simple travelers who seek the enchanter who lives beyond these woods--" Tune in for our musical wanderings.

4pm Around This Town folk
Hosted by Sabra & Caragh

Join Sabra or Caragh on Tuesdays from 4-6 pm as they throw their musical nets over the acts coming to the Central VA area, and try to pull some of them in for live appearances before their concerts. They might even share a few of the new releases that have come into the station.

6pm A Time for Singing classical
Hosted by Ann Shaffer

Great singing is always the main feature as Ann Shaffer offers the finest in solos, duets, ensembles and choruses from the recital tradition and the world of opera.

8pm Loose Threads jazz
Hosted by Tim B & Gerald

Featuring modern and mainstream jazz, including bebop, hard bop, funk, avant-garde, and European jazz. You will hear the cutting edge of today's jazz artists while celebrating the masters of the past and the tasteful experimentation of the future.

11pm The Hip Replacement rock
Hosted by Steve S & Johnny Cretaceous

Johnny and a rotating panel of archeomusicologists present music from the late mesozoic epoch. Influence for all subsequent music on Earth including, but not limited to, ornamental baroque, vaporwave, powerviolence, plunderphonics and two live crew. Recurrent radio drama adds mischievous whimsy from Johnny's groundskeeper alter-ego, Donny Mulchtruck. Alternating tuesday nights 11-1.


1am Stuck in the Lambyrinth rock
Hosted by Rebecca S & friend

We don't know how we got here. We don't know what this place is. But we do know that we've got a lot of tunes and 1900 watts of broadcasting power.

3am PRX Remix news

PRX Remix is for people who love to listen to great stories. We handpick the best short works from independent radio makers on, and from podcasters everywhere. Then we mix it up for you in a never-ending stream.

6am Gamut classical
Hosted by Ralph Graves

Join Ralph Graves (Radiostar) every Wednesday morning as he runs the gamut of music from the middle ages to the present. Since 1984, Ralph's not aired the same work twice (on purpose, that is), nor run out of great music to share with you. Wake up Wednesdays to the most wide-ranging classical program you'll hear anywhere!

9am Soundboard news
Hosted by Lewis Reining

Tune in to Soundboard, WTJU's discussion program about news, culture, and community issues in the Charlottesville area. The Wednesday edition of Soundboard features With Good Reason, produced by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, and other news and interviews for and about the greater University community.

10am Left of Cool jazz
Hosted by Larry Minnick

Modern Jazz programming designed to give your morning a lift. Left of Cool is a place where improvising musicians of all styles can come together and see what's possible. Searching for that common thread, acoustic or electric, experimental and eclectic -- whatever sounds good!

12pm Radio Tropicale world
Hosted by Bruce, Steve K, & friends

From the Old World to the New, from the villages to the cities where it all flows together, immerse yourself in the dance music of the world. Rhythm is the universal language on your sonic life raft, WTJU. Show frequently features guests and guest hosts from countries around the world.

2pm Witches Brew rock
Hosted by Wicked Sharkie

Wicked Sharkie brings you early metal, heavy, psych, stoner, doom, rock focusing on the late 1960's through the late 1970's alternating with 90s, 2000s, and contemporary fuzzed out punk jams, lo-fi pop tunes, and dark ambient electronics. To create the perfect Witches Brew, throw in the cauldron:

  • - rock and early metal fused to create a wicked mix of shredding and surprise
  • - male/female vocal harmonies over fuzzy guitars to bring out your punk sensibilities
  • - guitarmonies to make your arm hairs rise and your heart strings tingle
  • - lo-fi psych jams to make you question the meaning of life and find the answer (more rock, duh)

4pm Cosmic American Jamboree folk
Hosted by Lonesome George & Jay

Country and Americana hot off the griddle.... the newest, best releases and guest appearances from artists without Spandex, plastic surgery, pitch correction or fear of alienating key demographic markets. Pull up to the bar while your new friends pour you two hours of pure country and Americana comfort.

6pm The Listening Room classical
Hosted by Thom Pease & Kyle Chattleton

The Listening Room is a place where you can come and experience the breadth and depth of classical music since the beginning of the last century. We'll discover beautiful music from every corner of the globe, and explore music fresh off the computer screen. There will be regular features and interviews with people in the community, touring artists, and experts from the university and beyond. Whether it's music for the stage, the screen, the church, the concert hall, or your local tavern, come and hear something new.

8pm Living Time jazz
Hosted by Gary & Michae Shelton

Enter the Living Time zone for an eclectic blend of Blues, Jazz and Jazz tangents. It's a musical journey that works you from the inside out, hits you when you're not looking and keeps you coming back for more. On a weekly basis, co-hosts Gary & MichaelShelton alternate, featuring the standards and the offbeat, the classics and the obscure, and, on occasion, the works of local artists living or visiting here in town as well as those from all over the world. We'll also honor your requests as well as showcase live sets and interviews. So step out of your musical comfort zone. At Living Time, the message is in the mix. The experience is second to none.

11pm Toxic Shocks rock
Hosted by Vic & Ian

Toxic Shocks is an electronic music show co-hosted by Vic & Ian every Wednesday night from 11pm to 1am. Tune in for a mix of techno, ambient, house, avant-garde, electro, disco, hip-hop, synth-pop, and beyond.


1am The Hep Imp Show rock
Hosted by Chris M & Vanguard

The Wednesday late night spot shifts between these two dynamic shows. Hep Imp covers surrealist, experimental, and ambient music. Clinical music for a diseased world.. Siren songs for the lost that only coax deeper and deeper into the fog. The Hep Imp Show...every Thursday morning from 1 to 3 am. Pretentious ghost-modern sounds for terminal times. On The Avant Guardians you'll hear a wide scope of jams/beats/chords/prose paying tribute to contemporary indie labels like 4AD, Matador, ATO, Fat Possum, Burger and SubPop. However, the guilty pleasures ("hits") make a few cameos on this show, so don't be thrown off if you hear Destiny's Child, Missy Elliot, or Britney.

3am PRX Remix news

PRX Remix is for people who love to listen to great stories. We handpick the best short works from independent radio makers on, and from podcasters everywhere. Then we mix it up for you in a never-ending stream.

6am Classical Café classical
Hosted by Campbell Shiflett

A balanced blend of crisp notes freshly blended and roasted every Thursday morning. Your refined barista, Campbell, skillfully mixes a well-rounded cuppa classical to smoothly get your day started. Spanning the centuries, from Ockeghem to Cowell, Boulez to Brahms, an elegant brew is waiting for you.

9am Soundboard news
Hosted by Nathan Moore & Julia Kudravetz

Tune in to Soundboard, WTJU's discussion program about news, culture, and community issues in the Charlottesville area. The Thursday edition of Soundboard is hosted by Nathan Moore and Julia Kudravetz. Thursday features public affairs, local and state news, and Bess Murray's Natural History Note.

10am All That Jazz jazz
Hosted by Grady L & Ann Porotti

Thirty years and still running, All That Jazz remains committed to all the "bops", global influences and the New. Join us for a continuing salute to the luminous, continuously changing archive that is Jazz. Always, more music and less talk.

12pm Deepest South world
Hosted by Anne & Steven

Exploring the music of Mexico, Central and South America, the Black Atlantic and beyond. Deepest South is neither a Putamayo-centric "World Music" show nor your step-dad's field recordings from his Peace Corps days. Instead we bring you genre-agnostic sounds that redefine how we listen to Latin communities across the globe.

2pm Carry the Zero rock
Hosted by Danny + Matthew

Veteran WTJU Rockers Danny and Matthew bring you Carry the Zero every Thursday afternoon. It's A ROCK SHOW! ...with quotients of pop, funk, psychedelic, and calculated beats. You do the math. It's enough rock to make your wave function!

4pm Folk and Beyond folk
Hosted by Peter & friends

The title says it all. Leave us a message either at our Facebook page, or by e-mailing

6pm Intermezzo classical
Hosted by Andrew & the Contessa

Andrew and the Contessa bring you a melodious mix of romantically inspired music, from symphonies and concerti to nocturnes and tone poems. Luxuriate in a lush variety of works by the masters of emotive music and experience a world where the quality of music is not strained.

8pm Wild Women and Friends jazz
Hosted by Sandy Snyder & Joyce Dudek

Taking our title from the Ida Cox song, "Wild Women Don't Get the Blues", our Eclectic Woman spinoff show will continue to emphasize women artists in Jazz and Blues, but we'll be branching out to include some of those boys we love. Tune in to hear the Classic Blues women, Jazz women, piano, mellow standards and some bending of the rules - kind of like those "blue notes" in a new dimension.

9pm Induced to Judder jazz
Hosted by David Eisenman

A sonic massage of modern and classic Jazz, Blues, Funk, Soul, and Rhythm and Blues... intended to move, groove, and soothe the soul.

11pm Black Circle Revolution rock
Hosted by Ramona Sparks + Phil Free

Stay up and explore the outer limits of rock and roll with Black Circle Revolution. Two vinyl-heavy hours of classic and new punk, stoner metal, garage rock, psychedelic freak-outs, and the best riffs you've never heard from the past 30 years to the present. Join Phil Free and Ramona Sparks for an audio adventure guaranteed to ease the pain.


1am Late Night Rock rock
Hosted by Andy D & Mike M

Late Night Rock with Andy D & Mike M.

3am PRX Remix news
Hosted by Muhamad Khalid

PRX Remix is for people who love to listen to great stories. We handpick the best short works from independent radio makers on, and from podcasters everywhere. Then we mix it up for you in a never-ending stream.

6am Vivace! classical
Hosted by Steve Myers

A cheerful start to the weekend, the perfect accompaniment to Friday breakfast! Your favorite concertos, symphonies, sonatas and solo pieces - with just a touch of je ne sais quoi!

9am Soundboard news
Hosted by Robert Packard and Michelle Delgado

Tune in to Soundboard, WTJU's discussion program about news, culture, and community issues in the Charlottesville area. The Friday edition of Soundboard is hosted by Robert Packard and Michelle Delgado. Friday features interviews with artists, writers, and UVa faculty, as well as science and technology features and a storytelling segment from Big Blue Door..

10am Jazz Essence jazz
Hosted by David Lee & John Simonette

With an ear for the beat -- singers who swing and swingers who sing with their instruments; from blues to big bands to bop and Latin; past, present and the young lions and lionesses of the future...

12pm World Turning world
Hosted by Ron, Craig, & Robyn

Take a sound journey with us and reflect on the creative contributions that people all over the planet are making through music. Enjoy a world of diversity in voices and instruments--celebrate the fragile experiment that is humanity.

2pm Radio Freedonia rock
Hosted by Poubelle + Helvidius

One salt-rubbed hunk of indie rock
1 Florin, Post-Punk Gold
1/4 Cup, Whine Pop Vinegar
1/3 Mole, Brazilian Tropicalisimo
2 Bunchs, Wilted Soul and Psychedelia
2 Omicrons, Electronic Ambience
1 Candela, Forgotten Funk
1 Blessed Blast, Japanese Noise Bands
Dash of bitter insouciance
Salt-n-Pepa to taste
Braise Weekly. Cooks between 2 and 4 PM on Friday afternoons on 91.1 WTJU.

4pm Sunset Road folk
Hosted by Pete

Hear the full range of musical traditions in folk, bluegrass, new grass, celtic, old time, country, singer/songwriter, blues, world and any other roots-based music. Pete brings you the old and the new, be it local, regional, national, or international, with an emphasis on who's coming to perform around Charlottesville and Virginia.

6pm Melodiya classical
Hosted by Ann Porotti & Francesca

After a busy and stressful week, the perfect way to ease away the week's stress and start the weekend in an upbeat mood with music you'll love, as you eat, relax and unwind and re-energize!

8pm Lambeth Live specialty
Hosted by WTJU

Lambeth Live invites a different musical group from around Central Virginia into your home each Friday night for an hour long concert live from the WTJU studios at Lambeth Commons at the University of Virginia. There will be Classical, Blues, Folk, Jazz, Rock, World and more. So gather round each Friday night for Lambeth Live, right here on WTJU Charlottesville, truly the sound choice in Central Virginia!

9pm Nothin' But the Blues blues
Hosted by Peter Welch

One of the longest running blues shows in 'TJU's history, featuring the best of Mississippi and Chicago, rural and urban, and acoustic and electric blues.

11pm Professor Bebop blues
Hosted by Professor Bebop

Take a weekly trip into Heptown. Professor Bebop ankles down Swing Street, slips into Blues Alley, checks out the Museum of the Rhythm and the Blues, catches the service at the Cathedral of the Broken Heart and slips down Palpitation Boulevard to Soulville.


1am Backtrackin' with the Bartender jazz
Hosted by Tom Morgan

Tom Morgan hosts Backtrackin' with the Bartender.

3am On the Edge jazz
Hosted by P. K. & Co.

" I always have the listener in mind first "

Call or email me with your request ~A positive blend of new & old deep cuts in popular music of yesterday & today ~

A music experience that becomes addictive following every visit to my show ~
Thanx for listening ~ Ponch

6am Free Speech Radio News news
Hosted by Syndicated Program

An ear to the ground and a voice on the air.

6am Leftover Biscuits folk
Hosted by Paul Josey

Tune in every Saturday morning from 6:30 til 8am for stories and music from the early roots of American Country, Bluegrass and Blues music. We'll hear about the famous acts and the not so famous. From the Carter Family, Uncle Dave Macon and the Monroe Brothers to the less-heard sounds of Kelly Harrell, Washington Phillips, and the Golden Melody Boys. Jug bands, string bands, shape note singers, and even classic country and bluegrass artists from the 50s and 60s are all likely guests to round out the show and start your weekend right. Leave a message or request on our Facebook page (and give us a thumbs up!).

8am Atlantic Weekly Part I folk
Hosted by Sumner Brown, Steve Kindig and Terry Carpenter

For twenty years, Atlantic Weekly Part I has been providing listeners with a Saturday morning wake up call of acoustic music. From contemporary singer-songwriters and Americana to the bedrock traditions of bluegrass and old-time string bands, we will have you singing and dancing around the kitchen during your first cup of coffee. Tune in and explore the insightful lyrics and musical diversity that can be found only outside the limits of commercial radio.

10am Atlantic Weekly Part II folk
Hosted by Kevin Donleavy, Mark Rough, & Joe Basconi

The Celtic-flavored second half of Atlantic Weekly is based in Britain and Ireland but with excursions north to Scandinavia and across the channel to the Continent. Hear harps and bagpipes, slow airs and quick jigs, new songs and old ballads.

12pm Reggae Vibrations world
Hosted by Goldfinger

The tradition of Roots and Culture in the Old Dominion endures. Set upon the solid foundation of bedrock Nyabinghi chants, syncopated Ska and rumbling Rock Steady, your selectors build the framework of the positive Word, Sound and Power of Reggae. Riddim for the Next Generation...

2pm Garage Sale rock
Hosted by Brother Jimmy + B-Side

Brother Jimmy "The Truth" and B-Side host the sleaziest, greasiest, trashiest radio show on the airwaves. Get a Garage, Punk, Rockabilly, Soul and Psychedelic fix by listening to The Garage Sale on Saturday afternoons 2pm to 4pm. It's pure psychotic rock radio fury and fun.

4pm Jumpin' on the Bed folk
Hosted by The Monster of Happiness & David Soyka

Tune in for two hours of musical mayhem as the Monster and David provide you with high-energy Americana to end your Saturday afternoon and start the evening off right. New releases, timely artist appearances and interviews are a staple. You'll hear a blend of rock, folk, country, blues and rockabilly to liven up your Saturday PM. Tune in and start jumpin'!

6pm Sunshine Daydream folk
Hosted by Bill & John

Bringing you the best of the Grateful Dead and attendant offshoots, descendants, friends, influences and predecessors, from Bob Dylan, New Riders of the Purple Sage, the Jefferson Airplane and Robert Hunter to David Grisman, the Kentucky Colonels and mucho mas. In the strangest of places...

8pm Gather 'Round folk
Hosted by various

Gather 'Round each Saturday night from 8-9 for an hour of special concerts; both archived and live. There will be shows from the legendary Prism Coffeehouse and VA Folklife Program archives mixed in with some from our announcers' own libraries. And you never know when a live concert might happen, so Gather 'Round each Saturday night right here on WTJU!

9pm The Groove Tube jazz
Hosted by Matt Jordan

For a fist full of funk, enter the Groove Tube. We´ll play funk that´s swinging, rocking, jazzy, new school, old school, international and intergalactic. From Bootsy to the Breakestra, from Fela to Funkadelic, from James Brown to that Daptone sound, you´ll hear it all. So get on up, sway those hips, shake that booty down, and let the Groove Tube be good to your ear hole.

11pm No Soap, Radio! rock
Hosted by Robert

Two elephants were sitting in a bathtub debating the difference between a duck, when they found out why a motorcycle has no car doors. But we don't care about their conversation, we care about what they're listening to! Tune in and follow along, for a curiouser and curiouser mixture of sound that's not entirely unlike music, right at the cusp of the weekend. With so many genres, we had to make up a few, it may just be the real reason the chicken crossed the road.


1am Cadmium rock
Hosted by Sam M & Jeremy P

Once a fortnight Jeremy takes Cadmium on a journey into the realm of Heavy Metal. You'll hear the entire spectrum, from the birth of metal in the 1960's through today, Atmospheric to Thrash. Join me for two hours of head banging ear shredding metal. Every other week I (DJ Chubunga) will be bringing you a night of essential hip-hop. Join me for two hours of sharp rhymes and smooth beats in a show best appreciated with the bass up and the windows down. From Bambaataa to Big Boi, Def Jam to DatPiff, Grandmaster Flash to Gucci Mane, we've got you covered.

3am Trance on the Porch rock
Hosted by Syndicated Program

DJ Mark has been spinning since 2000, laying down deep progressive house and trance grooves both on the radio and in clubs across the midwest, including the U Lounge, Dante's, and Europe Nite Club, and has opened for internationally renowned DJs like Markus Schulz.

5am Folk Alley folk

6am Classical Sunrise classical
Hosted by Deborah Murray & Julie Fowler

Sublime! Soothing! Hear the best in classical music, both choral and instrumental, for a peaceful Sunday morning.

9am In the Spirit blues
Hosted by Rebecca & Terry

An hour of vintage and contemporary gospel music to feed your soul and lift you up.

10am Jazzmania jazz
Hosted by Aaron aka JazzCzar & Dusty Garwood

Jazzmania presents a diverse blend of modern and classic jazz as well as other forms of creative, improvised music..."a veritable smorgasbord of jazz." Comments and requests appreciated at 924-3959.

12pm Tell Us A Tale specialty
Hosted by Peter Jones

Heard on stations all over the world, Tell Us A Tale, while technically a children's program, is so much more. Offering stories, tales and tunes collected from six of the seven continents (still working on Antarctica), this show appeals to listeners of all ages. So whether you are three years old getting an allowance, waiting tables in college, drawing a pension or collecting social security, gather 'round the radio each Sunday for Tell Us A Tale!

2pm Sunday Opera Matinee classical
Hosted by Tim Snider & Ann Shaffer

The only non-syndicated weekly broadcast of opera in Central Virginia coming to you year round, regardless of the season! Hosts Ann Shaffer and Tim Snider share their favorite recordings, old and new. Plot synopsis and historical background are provided.

6pm The King of Instruments classical
Hosted by Michael Latsko

Michael pulls all the stops to present all manner of music for the monarch of musical instruments -- silvery to stentorian, sublime to bombastic, full of pomp and circumstance. From June thru September the King rests and Evensong treats you to the best in choral music, the perfect accompaniment to a summer's eve.

7pm Just a Few Friends classical
Hosted by Penelope Ward

Penelope invites you to spend your evening in a salon filled with the intimate strains of fine classical chamber music, from early to modern.

9pm Walkin' Blues blues
Hosted by Bill Adams

Walk your troubles away listening to the early blues. Songsters from the '20s and '30s, field recordings from the '40s and '50s, rediscovered greats from the '60s, and modern acoustic artists who draw on the blues tradition are featured here.

11pm Radio Wowsville rock
Hosted by Colin + Don

Raw Music from the 20th and 21st centuries: Airing its genre-busting blend of progressive hootenanny, provocative commentary, and sprawling pop music history lesson on WTJU since 1995 (or 1996), Radio Wowsville is broadcast via nuclear warhead from a cave / sound lab in Grottoes, Virginia.

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