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WCRS-LP FM is a non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station serving Central Ohioans, providing quality programming to:
•Promote personal and civic responsibility, informed action and thoughtful living;
•Challenge cultural and intellectual assumptions;
•Celebrate local cultures;
•Air alternative points of view and facilitate understanding through dialogue;
•To provide media training and to foster community empowerment and participation.
•To provide representation for under-served and under-represented constituencies
and viewpoints, and to provide news and information not commonly found elsewhere
on the airwaves.

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Lessons in Parlimentary Procedure


18:58 minutes (17.38 MB)

How do you run a meeting? On the program, we talk with Clark Siddle, a student at The Ohio University. He taught parliamentary procedure to politicians in his hometown of Enon, Ohio, just outside Springfield, to make local meetings run more smoothly.

The SoHud Sound - Jazz Mix


55:00 minutes (50.36 MB)

The Beat Oracle - 09/17/2009


117:23 minutes (116.98 MB)

Pamoja FM September 16, 2009


56:18 minutes (64.44 MB)

ft. Comoros' Naima

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55:09 minutes (50.5 MB)

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55:58 minutes (51.24 MB)

The World Party - Show 25 (September 15, 2009)


57:00 minutes (78.28 MB)

    TUESDAYS at 7PM ON WCRS-LP FM

The World Party features energetic and eclectic dance and party music from all corners of the globe!

  • Show 25 originally aired on September 15, 2009.

  • Show 25 was a Special Rock Edition of The World Party and featured rock songs by bands originating in the U.S.A., Turkey, Argentina, France, Sweeden, England (UK), Japan, and more!

Becoming a Leader: Opportunities at The Ohio State University


22:56 minutes (31.51 MB)

We may think that leadership is inborn but it is really something that all of us can learn and develop. On this program we feature former OSU Drum Major Stewart Kitchen who discusses why leadership is important and a minor in leadership he helped to create with the faculty for all students.

Simply Living Calendar - September 14-20 2009


2:36 minutes (4.77 MB)

Shawn - ConsciousVoicesSept11


30:10 minutes (27.62 MB)
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