Spend Christmas Eve & Christmas Day with WJCU

Spend Christmas Eve and Christmas Day by tuning into original, local Christmas programming, courtesy of your friends at WJCU.

Beginning at 5:30 pm on Christmas Eve, tune in for a 2009 adapted for radio WJCU production of It’s a Wonderful Life. Then at 7:00 pm, a 2010 adapted for radio WJCU production of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol will take you through a magical journey of the true meaning of Christmas. At 8:00 pm, tune into an encore version of WJCU’s 2011 adaptation of A Very Private Miracle, featuring John Carroll University President Rev. Robert L. Niehoff, S.J. as the narrator. Then at 9:00 pm, WJCU’s adaptation of Elise Primavera’s Auntie Claus will air following its world premier last Christmas Eve. And making its world premier at 9:30 pm this year will be Auntie Claus 2, the sequel to Primavera’s classic.

From 10:00 pm – midnight, tune into Christmas by Cleveland, a series of Christmas story readings by well-known local authors and actors. And then at midnight, tune into an encore version of A NEO Rocks Christmas, featuring performances from some of the best artists in Cleveland music including Joshua Jesty, Jason Patrick Myers, Jessica Shetler, Megan Zurkey, Ray Flanagan, Nate Jones, Guggy, Dan Miraldi and more.

On Christmas Day, the Christmas Eve lineup will re-air beginning at 6:30 am and run until 1:00 pm. A NEO Rocks Christmas, however, will not run on Christmas Day.

Any questions on Christmas Eve & Christmas Day programming can be answered by calling 216-397-4437.

Merry Christmas from all of us at WJCU.

 

 

 

 

On the Air

Red's Ramblin' Road

w/Michelle - Classic Country
Dolly Parton, Norah Jones & Lee Ann Womack Where Have All The Flowers Gone @10:02
Steve Earle Copperhead Road @9:54
Jean Shepard You Sent Her An Orchid (You Sent Me A Rose) @9:48
Linda Ronstadt I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You) @9:46
Charlie Rich There Won't Be Anymore @9:43
Lefty Frizzell Look What Thoughts Will Do @9:41
Jimmy Wakely Beautiful Brown Eyes @9:37
George Morgan Almost @9:34
Jim Reeves Adios Amigo @9:31
Alan Jackson Wanted @9:28
Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys I Feel Like Singing Today @9:22
Emmylou Harris High Powered Love @9:18

The I, The IV, and The V

Exploring the roots and branches of American music
@11 pm w/Greg Priddy - Folk, Country, and Oldies

Hodge Podge

@Midnight w/Ben Chillan - Various