program of the week

Program of the Week, Aug. 26: Reggae Scene

Showtime: Sundays from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Host DL spins traditional and modern reggae and dance hall mixes. Reggae is one of the most shows on WNCU.

Program of the Week, Aug. 19: Morning Jazz

Showtime: Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Host Aasim Inshirah blends classic straight-ahead jazz, Latin jazz, and blues tracks with mainstream jazz from emerging talent.

Program of the Week, Aug. 12: Mastering Your Money

efulbright_lg.jpgShowtime: Sundays at 6 p.m.

Mastering Your Money, hosted by Ed Fulbright, seeks our local and national resources to help educate people about money management. This show challenges listeners to think about spending in terms of their net income. Mastering Your Money covers all aspects of money management, from repairing credit, dealing with the IRS, starting a business, stretching advertising funds, to estate planning.

Program of the Week, Aug. 5: Parlocha Overnight

Showtime: Monday – Saturday, overnight

Jazz with Bob Parlocha is a satellite-delivered jazz program provided by the Jazz Satellite Network. The program is hosted by the legendary jazz expert Bob Parlocha. Parlocha entertains listeners with a creative, engaging musical mix and a brief, but friendly conversational rapport.

Program of the Week, July 29: Hallelujah Praise

cryals_lg.jpgwhatcher_lg.jpgShowtime: Sundays from 6 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Carolyn Pettiford Ryals and Walter “Country Boy” Hatcher present Hallelujah Praise, three hours of traditional gospel, from quartets to large choirs, from classic favorites to new releases and an extra added special, church news.

Program of the Week, July 22: Democracy Now!

Showtime: Monday – Friday from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Hosted by award winning reporter Amy Goodman, Democracy Now! is one of the hottest national daily radio programs on the air today. Started as an election year show in 1996, Democracy Now! expanded into a hard-hitting investigative news magazine. Democracy Now! provides the kind of news and information that is crucial to public participation in the political life of the country. With cutting edge reporting and challenging views, Democracy Now! aims to hold those in positions of power accountable for their decisions and to inspire grassroots action for social change.

Program of the Week, July 15: Close to Thee

Showtime: Sundays from 12 – 2 pm

Join your host, Carolyn Satterfield, for two hours of great and inspiring gospel music by some of the most beloved artist of all times. The show will include quartets, choirs and music from new and traditional artists.

Contact Carolyn Satterfield by clicking here.

Program of the Week, July 8: Cambridge Forum

Showtime: Sundays from 7 – 7:30 p.m.

Cambridge Forum is one of public radios longest running public affairs
programs. Recorded live every week in Harvard Square, Cambridge Forum focuses on the news behind the news and regularly examines the issues and ideas that shape our lives. The programs explore topics related to civic democracy, science and technology, history and the global environment, and include as well discussions about computers, education, art, and more.

Program of the Week, July 1: Bops, Blues and Ballads

Showtime: Mon. – Thurs. from 12  – 5 pm

Host Aasim Inshirah

Program of the Week, June 24: Bonjour Africa

bndiaye_lg.jpgShowtime: Sundays from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Host Bouna Ndiaye, a native of Senegal, brings music from the motherland. Bouna plays new and traditional sounds from each country in Africa.

Visit the show’s website: www.bonjourafrica.com

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