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SUN.

9-10 am The Hank & Mike Show: We talk sports, entertainment, and local happenings, in a light and comedic fashion. 
10am - noon And How That Rhythm: Ralph brings you jazz, blues and occasionally other genres.
noon - 1pm Indigo Radio: A group of educators seeking to learn through engaging with others in our community and throughout the world. 1 - 1:30 pm  Economic Update: New School professor Richard Wolff critiques capitalism and offers his perspective on current events.
2 - 4 pm Vidhi’s Bollywood Jukebox (repeat)
5 - 6 pm Write Action Radio Hour: Writers on writing. Celebrating the spoken word.
7 - 8 pm Jam the Box!: DJ Ben brings you good music, new and old.
8 - 10 pm Feels For You: Jams, selections, & anticipations by No Thanks Raf & friends, live on-air, for emotional decision making & getting your sh*t together.
10pm-midnight Analogue Heaven: A transmission from a parallel multiverse, in celebration of the obscure and transcendent. With your host: DJ Sparkles.

Mon.

8 - 9 am Laborhood: Savor the flavor of your neighborhood. Local professionals discuss their jobs and play their favorite music with Greg.
9 - 10:30 am The Jonathan Gitelson Radio Project: Each week a mix tape on a new theme: from classical to death metal, anything is possible.
10:30 - noon Half Baked: A space for half-baked ideas and weekly inspiration, featuring a mixture of new and remembered music, conversations with guests about art, the everyday, and the mysteries of Brattleboro.
12:30 - 1:30 pm Kindle Farm Rocks!: Loosely supervised by staff, students have free reign to play what they want, say what they want and generally disturb any listener brave enough to tune in.
2 - 3 pm Out in the Open Radio Hour (NEW!)
3 - 5 pm The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald (repeat)
5 - 6 pm Democracy Now: A daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues.
6 - 8 pm Blue Monday: Junior X brings you an evening of Blues. Music and interviews with local and world-renowned musicians.
8 - 10 pm Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out: In honor of Dr Timothy Leary... DJ Kevin P presents psychedelic rock, b-side rarities, live jams and classic melodies going all the way back to the 50's and the all the way to the present. "This trip will be ecstasy" - T. Leary

Tues.

7 - 9 am Morning Time with Mr. D NEW!
10:30 - 11 am Counterspin: A critical examination of the major stories every week, and exposes what corporate media might have missed in their own coverage. 
11 am - noon The Green Door
1 - 2 pm Zontar Radio - DJ Kira, the Tokyo Rose of interstellar invasion, plays random stuff with an emphasis on humor and oddities.
3 - 4 pm Indigo Radio (repeat)
4 - 5 pm Rolling River: Rick Rivers provides a heavenly smooth ride of music that will take you back to yesteryear.
5 - 6 pm Democracy Now: A daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues.
6 - 8 pm Buttahmilk: DJ Pockets brings you an experience that you won't soon forget. Rants, reggae, interviews and more!
8 - 10 pm New Show Coming Soon!
10 pm - midnight No Boundaries: Eugene takes you on an inclusive jazz journey without a goal.

Weds.

8 - 10 am The NEW American Songbook: The show encompasses the great wealth and variety of American roots music - DJ B Squared.
10 - 10:30 am Sea Change: A nationally syndicated weekly radio show and podcast covering the shift to social, environmental, and economic sustainability.
10:30 am - noon Mac’s Variety Show
Noon - 1 pm What's In Our Minds: Adam and Phil present bits and pieces from the cryptic past, the be-here-now and the crystal future.
1 - 3 pm Carousel: DJ Cam invites you to ride a merry-go-round of music for children of all ages!
4 - 5 pm Kickin' Out the Jamz: An hour of whatever I'm in the mood for: alternative - retro - jazz - pop - folk - hip hop - with DJ Jordan.
5 - 6 pm Democracy Now: A daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues.
6 - 7 pm Democracy, Eventually: Local and state under-reported news with Kara.
7 - 9 pm Bubble Wrap: A disjointed amalgamation of indie pop, rock, and funk hosted by Chris and Lise.
9 - 10 pm Fish & Chips: Erin serves up an hour of songs of ships, hard work, & English pubs.
10 pm - midnight Busted Muffin: Punk Rock / Hip Hop counterculture, as defined by DJ Force

Thurs. 

9 - 10 am The Island of Dr. Good Jamz - Doctor Good Jamz. PhD - Just a diggity doc tryna lay down some cool jams for the folks of Brattleboro.
10:30 - 11 am Between the Lines: A weekly syndicated half-hour news magazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, economic and social issues.
11 am - 1 pm The Lunch Lift with Lady L: Spinning the hottest new & old school Hip Hop, Reggae, Dancehall, R&B.  Artist interviews and current live music event announcements.  Get Lifted!
1 - 3 pm Keepin' It Real: Join DJ Cee for a show where you'll here some interesting music, as well as, but not always, podcasts that will encourage you to think. 
3 - 5 pm Vidhi's Bollywood Jukebox (direct from Mumbai!)
5 - 6 pm Democracy Now: A daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues.
6 - 8 pm Brand Spanking NEW!: Daniel brings you new alternative music from all points of the compass!
8 - 10 pm Holophonic Radio Artist, JRS, hosts a weekly show playing “unusual electronic music typically without academic affiliation”.
10 pm - midnight The Cassette Tape Exchange Program: DJ O’K invites you to enjoy songs selected with intent from all genres without restrictions, from Muddy to Maiden - working towards the perfect mixtape.

Fri.

8 - 10 am Friday Morning with the Oldies: DJ Rick brings you the best music from the '50's and '60's plus stories, comments, history on the artists, songs, composers.
10:30 - 11 am This Way Out: Bringing the voices of LGBTQ people to the airwaves telling our own story to a global audience.
11 am - noon Homespun: Uncle Bunny will be playing selections from his personal collection of over 300 vinyl LPS from the 60s& 70s
noon - 1 pm Eclectic Revolution: International dance music with a beat and much more. DJ Magical Moonbeam and DJ Pooka.
1 - 2 pm Dragon Moon: Stories, music and poetry for kids and everyone. DJ Moon Mama and DJ name decided weekly.
2 - 4 pm The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald: With Wendy. Innnteresting music for innnteresting people.   
4 - 5 pm Art Talk: Jim hosts interviews with artists/producers/arts educators; old rock & country to keep things lively.
5 - 6 pm Democracy Now: A daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues.
6 - 8 pm Hello, Young Larva Join Damien Gregory and DJ Muttnik for a stroll through teen-beat, surf, psych, go-go jazz, b-movies, and much more from the Cold War era.
6 - 8 pm The People's Playlist: Two hours of music requested by you! Call the studio at 802-246-6107, or email playlist@wvew.org to request your song. (Only on 1st Fridays!)
8 - 10 pm The Rave: DJ Matter plays epic rave anthems and EDM to transform your mind and transcend the galaxy.
10 - midnight Keepin’ It Real (repeat)

Sat.

8 - 10 am The Continuous Loop: Riffing off the roast of the day, selected for maximum energy, together with the mellowness to match your mood! With DJ Dignity. (ON HIATUS)
10am - noon Sector 7G: Lancelot Link, DJ Walrus and Dr. Dorian bring you music and mayhem to rock your socks off!
noon - 2 pm The Lunch Lift with Lady L (repeat)
2 - 4 pm The Perfect Prescription: Cole plays your favorite song, followed by your other favorite song, followed by your favorite new song you never heard before.  Occasional interruptions for babbling.
4 - 6 pm Recycled Radio: Swing bands, sweet bands, crooners, canaries, vocal groups, novelty songs; snatches of the airwaves from the days of AM, played for you in the PM on the FM.
6 - 8 pm Jukebox Saturday Night: Joey brings you popular music heard down through the ages; a mixture of tracks, tunes and anthems designed to have you movin' and groovin' for your weekend entertainment! Occasional quizzes. Requests welcomed. Come join the party!!


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