WXPI has added new shows to its weekly line-up, in our ongoing efforts to live up to our slogan of “Independent Radio for Open Minds.”
News and Talk
New shows covering regional and state issues:
Bloomsburg professor Walter Brasch on current affairs (Mon, Wed, 7 a.m.)
The Law Show w/ Cliff Rieders; interviews on legal issues affecting the local community
Sabrina Artel hosts Sabrina’s Trailer Talk, stories from America’s kitchen table, including community engagement on politican, environmental, and cultural issues. (Mon, 11 a.m.; Sat, 6 p.m.)
Turn on the News (Thu., midnight) is a transmission art show that tracks radio news and radio art from across the nation from its home base at WGXC in Hudson, N.Y.
New syndicated national talk shows:
All Mixed Up (Mon, midnight), a collage of great music and current-events sound bites with Peter Bochan, from WBAI, New York City.
Between the Lines (Mon, 6:30 p.m.), news magazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, economic and social issues.
The David Pakman Show (Mon–Fri, 10 a.m.), news and political talk known for controversial guest interviews.
First Voices Indigenous Radio (Wed & Fri, 11 a.m.) and Skywaves (Tues & Fri, 7 a.m.), news and interviews bridging the experiences and concerns of Native peoples in the U.S. and North America with Indigenous peoples worldwide, with host Tiokasin Ghosthorse, from WBAI, New York City.
History Counts (Fri, 6:30 p.m.), archival programs on stuff you never learned in high school history class, from WPKN, Bridgeport, CT.
Rag Radio (Tues, 11 a.m.), alternative journalism, politics, and culture from Austin, TX
Noticias y Linea Abierta (Mon–Fri, 5 a.m.), talk show interconnecting Spanish-speaking audiences in public radio throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and Mexico.
Ring of Fire (Sat, 4 p.m.), progressive radio covering the environment, economy, and media, hosted by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Mike Papantonio and Sam Seder
Skeptoid (Wed, 7:05 a.m.), dedicated to furthering knowledge by blasting away at urban legends, paranormal claims, or just plain stupid stuff that you’ve heard of and probably believe.
This Way Out (Wed, 6:30 p.m.), international lesbian and gay radio magazine
Talk Nation Radio (Thurs, 6:30 p.m.), progressive news and analysis from leading experts on human rights, journalists, scholars, and political activists.
We’ve added new music shows, especially at 11 p.m., our hip-hop hour.
In addition to Hear the Evidence, one of our original music shows hosted by Jonathan McJunkin, we now have Millionheirs Radio with DJ Soulfire and Smoked Out Entertainment with Ap Tha Don. Ready for the Radio with DJ Soulone (Vincent Young) airs the best of today’s R & B and hip-hop at 10 p.m. Thursday & Saturday.
We’ve also added EDM (Electronic Dance Music) with DJ S0ulf!r3, and a new show featuring women artists will be airing on Saturdays.
We will be adding more music by local artists into our regular music line-up, with The Pulse of the Port—local music of all genres—continuing at 7 p.m., Tuesday–Friday.
So, calling all local and regional musicians: We have more time slots than ever to air your best tracks! Send us a CD or email us an mp3 file, or just drop by our office at the Pajama Factory, #14.
Volunteer DJs Needed!
We need DJs for just about every genre of music. Our DJs generally produce their shows as podcasts on their own computers. We can provide training if you want to do a show. We’re also looking for people who want to do local news and talk. If you’d like to help out behind the scenes or on the air, email us at email@example.com or leave us a message at 570-398-0318.