Yesterday's Top Secrets

Genre: 
Underground Oldies
is not currently scheduled.

"Yesterday's Top Secrets", hosted by Tim Anstaett, is an hour-long show that airs on Thursday and Friday nights at 7:00pm. It features oldies that aren't old, because they haven't been played to death on all the other stations, and alternative music that was simply a pleasant alternative to all of the disco that surrounded it when it first came out.

DJs: 
yesterdaystopsecrets
Show: 

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58:24 minutes (80.05 MB)

Pat Radio

Genre: 
Independent Rock
is not currently scheduled.

Download podcasts and watch videos from sessions at

lprh.org and patradio.org.

DJs: 
patradio
Show: 

pat radio - May 22, 2015


58:45 minutes (80.68 MB)

Craig Bell and John D Morton guest this week, via telephone. Full playlist and f-bomb version of this show is here.

The Community Forum

Genre: 
Local Talk and Interviews
is not currently scheduled.

The Community Forum on WCRS is an interview show featuring personalities.

DJs: 
talkofthetown
Show: 

WCRS Community Forum - Interview with Know Drones Tour


56:56 minutes (52.13 MB)

This is an interview with Know Drones tour organizers Nick Mottern and Bill. They discuss the implications of drone warfare and what they are doing to organize Americans against it. They are driving around the country with a replica of a Reaper Drone and doing sidewalk displays. See http://knowdrones.com for more information.

This Way Out

Genre: 
Gay & Lesbian News
on WCRS On The Air Tuesday 3-3:30pm.

"This Way Out" is the award-winning internationally distributed weekly LGBT radio program, currently airing on over 175 local community radio stations around the world, and on Costa Rica-based short wave station Radio For Peace International. The half-hour "magazine"-style program is produced in Los Angeles and distributed to stations via two free-access Web sites, www.radio4all.net and www.indymedia.org, as well as through Pacifica Radio's Audioport and KU satellite, and via satellite in Australia on the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia's ComRadSat. The show is additionally postal-mailed on CD to stations that have no online access, and to individual subscribers. You can also hear "This Way Out" via direct satellite to home and cable outlets across Europe, and in the Middle East/Africa and Asia/Pacific regions, on the London-based World Radio Network, or "tune in" via our free podcasts -- click the button on the above righthand corner of this page.

Counter Spin

Genre: 
News
on WCRS On The Air Tuesday 3:30-4pm.

CounterSpin is FAIR's weekly radio show, hosted by Janine Jackson, Steve Rendall and Peter Hart. It's heard on more than 150 noncommercial stations across the United States and Canada.

Pamoja FM

Genre: 
African & Afro-Caribbean Music
is not currently scheduled.

Modern African Pop Music program produced by DJ Burundi & Michael Ndaribamare.

DJs: 
pamoja_fm
Show: 

Pamoja FM March 4th 2015


58:58 minutes (53.99 MB)

Reggae ft. Eddie Murphy w/ Oh Jah Jah

World Party

Genre: 
World Music
on WCRS On The Air Tuesday 7-8pm.

 THE WORLD PARTY AIRS FOR 1 HOUR ON WCRS EVERY TUESDAY FROM 7PM - 8PM

The World Party features energetic and eclectic dance and party music from all areas of the globe.
Great music you won't hear on any other radio station in Ohio!
  • Missed a show you would like to hear?  Would you like a copy of the show to listen to on your computer, mp3 player, iPod, iPad, or Android at your leisure?  Every program of The World Party is podcast and also available for download or play-back anytime you want on this website.  Click on the headphones icon below to access the podcasts or the orange text below that says, "Program archives with audio, text descriptions, and photos" to play-back  a specific show of The World Party.  Each show is identified by the week it originally aired on WCRS.
  • Comments, suggestions, and song requests are always welcome. Just create your own WCRS Account below and log-in. Then, click on the comments section. You can also leave a comment for each weekly show.
DJs: 
theworldparty
Show: 

The World Party - Show 152 (January 15, 2019) - Rock en Español

Today's edition of The World Party features great SPANISH ROCK (Rock en Español) from Latin America and Spain. Forget CD-102.5, Q-FM-96, The Blitz, or any of the other local, state, or nationwide rock radio stations -- None of them play Spanish Rock. It's too bad they don't because this stuff is GREAT! If you like rock, you'll love this edition of The World Party. Take a listen and crank up the volume!

59:26 minutes (111.69 MB)

Today's edition of The World Party features great SPANISH ROCK (Rock en Español) from Latin America and Spain. Forget CD-102.5, Q-FM-96, The Blitz, or any of the other local, state, or nationwide rock radio stations -- None of them play Spanish Rock. It's too bad they don't because this stuff is GREAT! If you like rock, you'll love this edition of The World Party. Take a listen and crank up the volume!

Steam Room

Genre: 
Independent Hip Hop and R&B
on WCRS On The Air Friday 8-9pm.

A show by Kevin Menefield

The STEAMROOM is blend of HIP-HOP and R&B SOUL music. New releases, underground bangers, classic hits and local spices all rolled into a one-hour session...

DJs: 
thesteamroom
Show: 

STEAMROOM SESSION


1:00:01 minutes (54.95 MB)

Radio Ecoshock

Genre: 
Environmental News
on WCRS On The Air Tuesday 4-5pm.

Latest science, authors, issues - from climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, Peak Oil, the economy, and peace

Youth Beat Radio

Genre: 
Youth Talk
on WCRS On The Air Monday 7:30-8pm.

Welcome to Youth Beat! We are a show that features youth perspectives, leadership, and community action. Youth Beat Radio is sponsored by the School of Environment and Natural Resources at The Ohio State University and Ohio State University Extension. Shows are produced by Central Ohio youth.

DJs: 
youthbeat
Show: 

Youth Empowerment - June 24, 2019

This week we explore an organization run by youth for youth who are politically active known as the Junior State of America. Former JSA State Governor, Weston Lindner, talks with us about how high school students can be civically active and about the benefits that come with being involved in an organization like the JSA. We also take a look at youth voting trends, teaching professionalism to high schoolers in rural schools, and an opportunity for students to express environmental issues to the public through displaying art.

29:05 minutes (39.94 MB)
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