Feb. 20, 2018: Parsonsfield visits WJCU

  Parsonsfield stopped by the WJCU studios during Radtiothon 2018 to talk about how they got their start, touring and even played us a few songs off their new album “We” due out March 9th. You can also check out the interview in video form over on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wjcu887/videos/10155463494982972/


Yoke Lore 11-13-17

Yoke Lore, aka Adrian Galvin stopped by the WJCU Studio to talk about his recent tour, his journey as a solo artist after getting a start in college with the band Walk the Moon and perform a few songs. You can hear tracks Goodpain and Hold Me Down regularly on The Heights.


Front Porch Lights 06-06-17

Connor, John and Sean from Front Porch Lights stopped by WJCU to promote their brand new EP, dropping this Friday. Tune in to hear a preview of the record!


On the Air

Bocskai Radio - The Voice of Hungary

w/Lorand - Hungarian Music, News, Language, and Culture
honky hoppers marys knocking @1:00
new brass express never let me go @12:00
mikutavicius pasveikinkim @9:56
vilcinskas zodis @9:46
valinskiene ir vysniauskas ziedu naktis @9:32
partizanai alyte @9:20
nida grigaleviciute o koks grazumas @8:59
dainava tevyne musu @8:54
donatas nasvytis margi drugeliai @8:51
exultate lietuva @8:31
aldona stempuzis voce de dona @8:25
masanauskas lietuva @8:15

Armenian Radio

@5 pm w/Anna - Armenian Music, News, Language, and Culture

Latin Lingo

@7 pm w/La Voz - Spanish and Latin American

Biblio Radio – 2.25.18

Communications Manager Sheryl Banks talks to us about Heights Libraries’ recently launched Local History web page.


Biblio Radio – 2.16.18

Youth Services Librarian Mary Looby and community member Brian A. Shields talk to us about the Children’s African American Read In taking place Feb. 28th at the Noble Neighborhood Branch.


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