Thanks for a GREAT Radiothon 2017

Radiothon 2017 is over, and that means that if you pledged by check, its time to get it in the mail, so we can send your thank-you confirmation and get premiums ready for our shipping date of March 13th! Please be sure checks are made out to WJCU, and send them to: WJCU Radio 1 […]

Christmas Special Programming on Saturday and Sunday!

As has been tradition for many years, WJCU will air 8 hours worth of its original production collection of Christmas radio narratives, radio plays, and adaptations on Christmas eve, starting at 5 PM. The collection spans a period of 10 years, with a new production added annually. This year’s premiere presentation will be “A Korean […]

Nico Yaryan In Studio 12-13-2016

Nico Yaryan stopped by the WJCU studios for an acoustic performance and interview, right before a show at the Beachland on Tuesday. Heights hosts Caylan and Maddie talk to Nico Yaryan about his new record and the relationship that inspired it.


On the Air

Okkervil River Unless it Kicks @2:46
The Knife Heartbeats @2:42
Less than Jake Gainesville Rock City @2:39
Neutral Milk Hotel Untitled @2:37
Streetlight Manifesto As the Footsteps Die Out Forever @2:33
Lonely Dear @2:30
Jeff Mangum Two-Headed Boy @2:25
Panda Bear Comfy in Nautica @2:21
Lackthereof Doomed Elephants @2:19
The Bouncing Souls Ole! @2:13
Pavement Carrot Rope @2:09
i'm from barcelona treehouse @2:04

The Heights After Hours

@6 am Adult Album Alternative and Community News

Biblio Radio – 2.17.2017

Librarian Andrea Lynn fills us in on the library’s Matchmaker service, for hooking up customers with their next great book, movie, or CD.


Biblio Radio – 2.10.2017

Adult Services Associate L.P. Colandangelo shares his enthusiasm for the upcoming African American Read-In at Heights Libraries.


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