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WJJW programming schedule Fall 2017

 

91.1 FM, mcla.edu/wjjw, 413-662-5110

 

Monday

10 am – 12 pm: Coffee and Candles with Hannah Snell

Who says Mondays have to be stressful? A blend of folk, indie, alternative, rock, bedroom pop, and occasional spoken word and local artists, providing creativity and contemplation to start your week off   

12 pm – 2 pm: The Underground Hour with Neil Tupper

Giving North Adams a taste of underground rock and roll with some classics thrown in

2 pm – 6 pm: Monday Music with Luke Korff

A mix of songs both new and old including jam band, indie, psychedelic and experimental rock, instrumental hip hop, trap rap, and more

6 pm – 8 pm: The Broadway Broadcast with DJ Swilson

The show where all the hits from your favorite musicals and musical movies are played. From upbeat show tunes to slow ballads, it's two hours of America's finest Broadway music. 

8 pm – 10 pm: Trail Mix with Zach Benjamin

An eclectic mix from yesterday and today. Chart toppers and deep cuts, we play it all

10 pm -12 am: The Scoreboard with Reese Dwyer

The latest news in the world of sports, focused on Boston sports as well as the rest of the nation

 

Tuesday

8 am 10 am: The Dassit Morning Show with Timothy Downs

Wake up right with DJ Tim and some good music, Dassit!

10 am – 12 pm: Outlaw Radio with DJ Double B

Southern and classic rock hits from the 70's and 80's 

12 pm – 2 pm: Soul Crushing Variety with Sean Curtis

From black metal to folk punk, you’ll hear a different sub-genre of metal, punk or rock every week

2 pm – 4 pm: The Mothership with Cricket Essor

Let the Mothership take you away to a distant planet with a mix of alternative, progressive rock, and anything against the norm. It's going to be a wild ride

4 pm – 6 pm: The Vagabond Variety Show with Morrison Robblee and Jacob Valenti

From punk rock to hair metal to hip hop

6 pm – 8 pm: Tuesdays with Adain with Aidan Rawson 
Flavors of pop, country, hip-hop, folk, and everything in between - perfect for any and all music connoisseurs

8 pm – 10 pm: Tuesdays with Teresa with Teresa Leahy

Many different types of music, ranging from Broadway shows to local straight edge hardcore bands and almost anything in between, with the occasional chit-chat about music and life

10 pm – 12 am: Tuesday Night Spotlight with Kyle Maybury and Warren Jackson

Bringing a mix of genres for your late night enjoyment

 

Wednesday

8 am – 10 am: Early A.M. R&B with Ashley Anderson and Matt Aceto

New and old school R&B tracks with commentary on different events, including Hip-Hop

10 am – 12 pm: Cool Beans with Taylor Doyle

A variety of fun music from pop punk to country, metal to rap, and everything in between

12 pm – 2 pm: North Adams Hip-Hop with Matt Aceto

Serving the campus and the streets

2 pm – 4 pm: Good Vibes Radio with Preston Long

A mix of upbeat electronica, jazz edm, and chill beats

4 pm – 6 pm: Bari’s Music with Jabari Shakir

A wide range of hip-hop, rap, and rhythm & blues

6 pm – 8 pm: Your World with Jake Vitali 

Beginning with news from around campus and across the globe, Jake provides listeners with two hours of commentary, interviews, a variety of music, and occasionally his dry sense of humor

8 pm – 10 pm: Feelz with Crystal Shemchuk

Take a load off and listen to songs everyone can relate to, from 80’s pop to today’s greatest hits. Radio is about the listener, so come and jam out!

10 pm – 12 am: Forever Sad with Emma Bonhiver

Dream pop, electro pop, post-punk, shoegaze, surf rock, noise, and more

 

Thursday

10 am – 12 pm:  Progressive Rock with Austin Sirois

Two hours of the best progressive rock and metal

12 pm – 2 pm:Throwbacks with Kay with Karen Canela

If you like old R&B, pop, or music that makes you realize why you miss your childhood... Tune in with me, we'll have lots of fun!

2 pm – 4 pm: Play Morricone For  Me with Jack Criddle

A mix of motion picture soundtracks, from high art to low schlock

4 pm – 6 pm: The Musical Thingarium with John Seven

If you think music is best enjoyed as a journey without labels, then experience the Musical Thingarium as it wraps multiple eras and genres around themselves in a way that you never know what to expect next

6 pm – 8 pm: Tasty Thursdays with Aidan Rawson 
Flavors of pop, country, hip-hop, folk, and everything in between - perfect for any and all music connoisseurs

8 pm – 10 pm: Potts on the Rocks with Casey Potts

Your favorite classic rock tunes from the 60s through the 90s

10 pm – 12 am: Shallow Lagoon with Will Taylor

A swamp of the latest in hardcore music

 

Friday

8 am – 10 am: The Gap Year with DJ CK

Get your morning moving with some pumping jams! We'll be jumping from decade to decade, year to year, and we'll explore a variety of tunes! 

10 am – 1 pm: The Kick Back with Kathleen Harrison

Hits from the 60s, 70s, and 80s along with commentary on all things throwback

1 pm – 4 pm: The Snack Club with Julia Teixeira

A variety of R&B and Hip Hop music as well as conversation about a variety of topics from around the world, so grab your snacks and enjoy

4 pm – 7 pm: Hot Fuss with Emily Gabert

Different variations of alternative, hardcore, punk, and other genres mixed together. News pieces and other current events are also thrown into the equation

7 pm – 9 pm: Razzle Dazzle with Ilana Kittrell

Listen to your favorite show tunes! As so many come from different genres, you might just learn that you are a Broadway Baby, and you didn't even know it!

9 pm – 12 am: Metalheart with Micky

Join the doctor of rock, the surgeon general of metal, for three hours of the most unique, unusual, and unpredictable rock radio on the air anywhere today. Old, new, classic and obscure ... you’ll hear it here first

 

Saturday

9 am – 12 pm: FolKenS.uch with Ken Swiatek

A blend of old and new folk, singer-songwriter, folk rock, and blues since 1996

12 pm – 2 pm: Metal Heart 2.0 with Micky

 It's all killer and no filler as the mad doctor himself condenses Friday night’s three-hour show into a two-hour extrava-gonzo! Can’t be done, you say? Tune in and find out how

2 pm – 4 pm: The Generic Show with DJ Generico

A wide variety of music

4 pm – 6 pm: Agent of chaos with Kyle Oxx
A show with lyrical powerful songs and conversation about life, politics, Dungeons and Dragons, and whatever seems like a good idea at the time

6 pm – 8 pm: The Sticky Monkey Show with James Swinchoski

A variety of music and banter

8 pm – 10 pm: The Other Show featuring Deftki! with Tim Clark

High-energy mix of electronica, dubstep, trap, electro-swing and more

10 pm – 12 am: Late Nights with the Professi with Devin DeLuca

A hip-hop show emphasizing the culture of hip-hop and showcasing bars and rap styles, rather than just playing Billboard's 100 hits, with commentary, and focus on new rappers 

 

Sunday

10 am - 12 pm: Ry-Guy Polka Time with Ryan Pause

Get your Polka dancing shoes on and get ready to Roll out the Barrel, and don't worry about Who Stole The Kishka

12 pm – 2 pm: Auditory Epiphanies featuring Hugo with Epiphany Thomas and Hugo Seven

Explore the many worlds of vaporwave, shoegaze, 80's and 90's alternative, and modern indie rock music. We hope you enjoy your stay

2 pm – 5 pm: The Sunday Shuffle with Aryel Brosnan

Featuring a mix of music from the 1960s to today, across various genres and artists, with a themed show on the first Sunday of the month

5 pm – 7 pm: Sound Soup with James Swinchoski

A laid-back evening program running the gamut from the mundane to the arcane. Let the soup flow through your speakers

7 pm – 9 pm: The Call with Andrew Baillargeon and JT Murray

Pro sports talk, including the NFL, MLB, and NBA, notable player acquisitions, other news, and fantasy sports analysis, with a mix of music as well

9 pm – 10 pm: Senator Baillargeon's Forum with Andrew Baillargeon

Join SGA Senator Andrew Baillargeon and a new guest every week, as they delve into the happenings of the Student Government Association and the MCLA campus of the previous and coming weeks

10 pm – 12 am: Hot Fuss with Emily Gabert

Different variations of alternative, hardcore, punk, and other genres mixed together. News pieces and other current events are also thrown into the equation

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