WRFR 93.3 & 99.3 FM & Streaming on WRFR.ORG Tuesday Program Schedule
Designed to begin the day with insights and encouragement. Always open for input, ideas, stories and poetry to share.
Join Jo as she reads the recent obituaries from Knox County. Feel free to call in (593-0013) with stories of those who have shaped and influenced this great community. Tune in Tuesday mornings for music, obituaries and reflection.
Tuesdays 2-4pm “Magical Mystery Show,” with host, “Grey Bulldog,” (Kelvin Chapman) following in the tradition of Tusk Walrus (Connor Mills, the originator of M.M.S.) Grey Bulldog continues to keep the Magic and the Mystery alive! Providing thoughtful showcases of artists and acts with themes, soundtracks, seasonal events or calendar dates. There’s always a rhyme and a reason with this program and he always dedicates a segment of special send-outs focusing on each of the show’s business sponsors. Sponsored by Rockland Farmers Market & Mexicali Blues on Rte. 1 in Newcastle.
You don’t have to be a great chef to enjoy eating great food, and you don’t have to know French to enjoy listening to great French music. On “Pardon My French” Carol Ann puts together two hours of some of the best contemporary French music she can find, both from France and other places where French is spoken such as Canada and Louisiana. you’ll hear Francis Cabrel, Francoise Hardy, Etienne Daho, Camille, and Kaolin, as well as some of the popular singers of years gone by, like Edith Piaf. You might hear a tidbit or two of news from France, or a French recipe, or information about the singers. Click here to listen to past shows
Barry explores the world of beer and ale He reviews new beers and the local brew pubs and retail stores that sell them. Barry also shares news stories about commercial and home brews, beer related events and breweries. Discussion includes beer culture and the economic aspects of brewing. Occasional guests join Barry for the program. When he’s not talking beer, Barry plays some of his favorite songs: pop, soul and disco from the 1960s through the 1990s. Back to Schedule
Tuesdays from 8-9pm “Jo & Cheech’s Radio Hour” focuses on creative and community projects. Hosts Rachel and Joelle Albury have interviewed Maine artists, writers, musicians and members of local community organizations. They have also interviewed musicians and artists outside of the Mid Coast including John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants and Dave Gutter of The Rustic Overtones. Jo and Cheech also have regular guests including Rockland’s own roller derby league The Rock Coast Rollers, artist and writer Wilder Oakes, and singer songwriter Tom Albury. New to Jo and Cheech is it’s radio theater series starting with Jen Blood’s two part mystery “The Stone House.”
Listen to past shows at www.rajoartworks.com/shows.php. Sponsored by Tea Printers, Philbrook and Associates, and Jesse’s Market. Photo courtesy of Bonnie Farmer, host of Farmer’s Got the Blues.