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12 – 4 pm

8 Track Flashback

Host Jim Davis is a veteran announcer with an amazing library of songs from the late 40’s to the early 60’s. Some of the best R&B you ever heard, including original versions of your favorites. Jim also follows the billboard charts for the hits of the era.

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Mon – Fri
3 – 7 pm

Afternoon Jazz

Hosted by DL Underdue

9 – 11 pm

All Blues Central

You will be able to hear a variety of this genre that we call BLUES…From Chicago-style blues, Accoustic blues, Delta blues, Funk blues, Classic Rhythm & Blues, New Orleans blues and Zydecco music. Hosted by Al Dawson.

7 – 9pm

Blues Time

Hosted by Bruce Friedman, Blues Time showcases blues artists from across the nation and around the globe who were influenced by the masters. Bruce grew up working in his family-owned and operated record store, and has been collecting music, media, 8track tapes for over 50 years.

4 – 6 pm

Bonjour Africa

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

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11 – 2 pm

Close to Thee

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.

Mon – Fri
7 – 8 pm

Democracy Now!

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.

8 – 10 pm

Evening Jazz

Hosted by Scottie Scarborough

Tues – Thurs
8 – 10 pm

Evening Jazz

Hosted by Serena Wiley

9-10 pm

Fresh Air Weekend

Fresh Air Weekend highlights some of the best interviews and reviews from past weeks, and new program elements specially paced for the weekend. Interviews will feature writers, filmmakers, actors, and musicians, and often includes excerpts from live in-studio concerts. Many of the most popular reviewers from the weekday Fresh Air can also be heard on Fresh Air Weekend, sharing insights into recent movies, music, and books. And there’s more… special segments, including reviews of recently released videos, have been added to the program for additional weekend appeal.

7-10 pm

Funk-R&B Mix Show

Hosted by Travis Gales

6 – 11 am

Hallelujah Praise

Carolyn Pettiford Ryals presents 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.

11 pm – 3 am

Jazz After Hours

9 am – 12 pm

Jazz Focus

Steve Taxman plays a mixture of classic and new mainstream jazz releases, and also delves in to the world of freebop and avant garde.

10 – 11 pm

Jazz Night in America

Mon – Sat

Jazz Network Overnight

Hosted by Dee Alexander, John Hill, Dave Schwan and Leslie Keros

Mon – Fri
1 – 3 pm

Jazz Stage

Hosted by Serena Wiley

7 – 8 pm

Legal Eagle Review

6 – 6:30 pm

Mastering Your Money

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.

Mon – Fri
11am- 3pm

The Mid Day Jazz Adjustment

Hosted Dr. Tim Holley, faculty member in the NCCU music department, cello player/instructor, and nephew of legendary bass player Major Holley, brings his wealth of knowledge and passion for jazz each weekday. Tim plays mainstream jazz and often includes swing and modern music to the mix.

Mon – Fri
7 – 11 am

Morning Jazz

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

2 – 4 pm

Reggae Scene

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

8 – 9 pm

Snap Judgment

Host and executive producer, Glynn Washington: Winner of the public radio talent quest

Before creating the Snap Judgment radio show, Glynn worked as an educator, diplomat, community activist, actor, political strategist, fist-shaker, mountain-hollerer, and foot stomper. Glynn composed music for the Kunst Stoff dance performances in San Francisco, rocked live spoken word poetry in Detroit, joined a band in Indonesia, wrote several screenplays, painted a daring series of self portraits, released a blues album, and thinks his stories are best served with cocktails.

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4 – 7 pm

The Funk Show

Host Howard Burchette plays a blend of pop hits from the 70’s with some deep funk. Detailed information on musicians, bands and happenings on the funk scene during the 70’s.

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6:30 – 7 pm

The Measure of Everyday Life

“The Measure of Everyday Life” is a weekly interview program hosted by Dr. Brian Southwell featuring social science researchers who endeavor to improve the human condition. It airs each Sunday night from 6:30 – 7 p.m. in the Durham listening area and a podcast of each show is available online the Wednesday following the original airing. The show is made possible by RTI International. Follow @MeasureRadio on Twitter for details and updates.