John Carroll Football Hour Episode 6: October 13, 2018

It was a great Homecoming Day for all the JCU faithful in attendance last Saturday as the Blue Streaks shut out Capital 44-0 to improve to 4-1 on the season. The win propelled John Carroll into the top 10 of D3football.com‘s national poll this week. Now, the No. 10 ranked Blue Streaks hit the road […]

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In-Studio Inteview with Jordie Lane – Sept. 27, 2018

  Australian Indie singer and song-writer Jordie Lane stopped by the WJCU studio with producer and fellow song-writer Clare Reynolds to discuss Jordie’s new album Grassellland, touring, how life in Australia compares to America and more. The duo also performed two live songs live, including an acoustic version of one of the Album’s feature track’s […]

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March 16, 2018: Born Ruffians visits WJCU

Canadian Indie Rock Band, the Born Ruffians stopped by in studio to talk about their tour and serenade you with some new tunes. You can also check out the interview in video form over on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wjcu887/videos/10155527291377972/

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On the Air

EXO Power @8:54
TOPSECRET MIND CONTROL @8:50
Girl's Day Hello Bubble @8:46
NU'EST Sleep Talking @8:43
MINX Love Shake @8:34
ASTRO Hide & Seek @8:30
Good Day Rolly @8:27
GOT7 Just Right (딱 좋아) @8:23
LIPBUBBLE POPCORN (팝콘) @8:20
TWICE (트와이스) Likey @8:10
Zico Boys And Girls Ft. Babylon @8:07
Cosmic Girls Happy @8:04

Biblio Radio – Jan. 14, 2019

Heights Library’s Coventry Branch Manager Pat Gray describes an upcoming program series exploring suicide awareness and prevention, and talks about why this issue is more relevant now than ever.

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Biblio Radio – Jan. 7, 2019

Heights Libraries Deputy Director Kim DeNero-Ackroyd highlights how the library can help make 2019 a better year for everyone.

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