Football playoffs Continue on WJCU!

Tune in on Saturday Dec. 3 for LIVE football action as the OAC Champion Blue Streaks travel to Wisconsin Whitewater for the quarterfinals of the NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Live action begins at 1 PM local time.

Parsonsfield In Studio 11-03-16

Folk roots band Parsonsfield stopped into the WJCU studios to chat with Heights host Katie before heading over to their 11/3 show at the Beachland. Check out the interview to hear two unplugged songs, including their new single “Stronger”.

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Sat Oct. 1st Streaks Football Broadcast Coverage Cancelled

Live coverage of the JCU Blue Streaks at Wilmington football game has been cancelled due to technical issues at the Wilmington football venue. We apologize to all our Blue Streaks fans! Just the same, be sure to tune in to 88.7 or lock on to our stream for the WJCU’s “Sports Report” from 1-3 PM […]

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The Heights

Adult Album Alternative and Community News
Cantor Moshe Mendelson Gufilte Fish @12:51
Ohad Mispalilim @12:44
Yehuda! Pesach Libi @12:35
Yiddishe Cup Oy Kishenev @12:30
Silvia Nakkach Liminal Light @12:04
Nate Jones What Goes Up @10:44
Warren Zevon Werewolves Of London @10:41
Flogging Molly The Times They Are A-Changin @10:39
Yeasayer Cold Night @10:33
Talking Heads Once In A Lifetime @10:28
Garbage Queer @10:24
Bob Dylan Malancholy Mood @10:21

Metal on Metal

Import and independent heavy metal.
@6:30 pm w/Bill Peters - Import / Independent Heavy Metal

Biblio Radio – 11.25.2016

Heights Libraries has a new early literacy program in the works for 2017: 1,000 Books before Kindergarten! Youth Services Librarian Maggie Kinney explains.

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Biblio Radio – 11.18.2016

Technology librarian Jackie Mayse explains Heights Libraries’ new drop-in technology support service, Ask a Tech Trainer.

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WJCU is a noncommercial FM broadcast station owned and operated by John Carroll University. With both studio and transmitter facilities located on the JCU campus in University Heights, Ohio, WJCU operates on a non-stop schedule with an effective radiated power of 2500 watts at 88.7 MHz. Read More...