radio program schedule for Monday

By WRFR-LP Radio | Oct 08, 2012


6-9am  “World in Song,” 


 or  the last Monday of the month…….



8-9am on the last Monday of the month  “Mid Coast Happenings,” with Lorain Francis of Rockland Main Street & Robin McIntosh of Pen Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce will be talking about what’s happening now, what’s going to happen, and maybe even a little bit of what’s already happened in Mid Coast Maine. Whether it’s musical, cultural, business or just plain fun…they’re talking about it. If your organization has an event coming up be sure to let Robin or Lorain know about it.

Or contact Lorain 8-9am on the last Monday of the month  “Mid Coast Happenings.”




9-11am “In Town Tunes,” with Jo Lindsay, hosting  Mid Coast Maine’s only LOCAL music show! During the first hour Jo plays music of local musicians, and during the second hour she plays the music of musicians playing in our area in the upcoming weeks. Sponsors for this show are: Atlantic Baking Co. Main St. Rockland,  L&H Burgers Main St. Rockland  and the Belfast Co-op & also Pen Bay Medical Center.





11am-12 noon “The Anchor Holds,” is a Bibical commentary on news and events from around the world and around town. Hosted by Peter Sheff who has nearly 30 years of Bible teaching experience with extensive travel in several countries with pastorates in Alaska and Maine.  This show is sponsored by Luce Transportation, Safe Care, & the Garage.”






12-2pm   “Rhythms & Rhymes with Grampy Keith,” that’s with host Keith Alley. A mix of poetry, old and new, along with music. The music may be anything from “popular” tunes from the 30’s through the 70’s, including country, rock, swing, and occasionally some classical pieces. Grampy Keith hopes to interest local folks who are writing verse to come to the station and read their own poetry for the listeners to enjoy! You’re invited to read your poetry on the show. Call Keith at 691-5661.

 Sponsored by   American Legion Post 1 Rockland.


2-5pm “KELeidoscope,” with Claymoore (Kel) Wales who has been hanging out with musicians most of his life, in fact he is a drummer. Combining well known standards with less played album tracks and lesser known covers, he showcases theme inspired program events, significant dates, or just his own personal mood.  Encompassing numerous genres, from the mid-50’s to present day, KELeidoscope’s range is full spectrum, always colorful and ever changing. The only thing that remains constant is Claymoore’s dry wit. Sponsored by  the  Brown Bag Cafe & Bakery and also


5-7pm  "Reggae Lighthouse," with Marydale Abernathy. This  show is sponsored by Viking Lumber and also Maine Authors Publishing of Rockland. 




7-9pm “PROFESSOR BOP,” with Ronald Van Heeswijk exploring the Jurassic era of American Jazz (yes, the contradiction is intentional) called, Bebop. Featured are such notables as: Bird, Diz, Monk, Fats, Klook, & Bud. Some modern jazz with a smattering of Beatniks thrown in. Sponsored by Boynton-McKay Food Co.  the Waterfront Restaurant and the Owls Head Transportation Museum.



9-11pm  “MATINICUS  WANNABE,” with Lock Kiermaier playing an eclectic mixture of  the music that he loves: including rock, country, bluegrass, soul, rhythm & blues, folk, and blues and whatever else he’s into on any given Monday night. Sponsored by some very supportive friendly listeners from far off lands are: Richard G. Higgins of Santa Fe, NM, John Addie of Vancouver, BC, Carol & Clarkie of New Hampshire, and Mike Labinski of Austin, Tx. and also MeGaTex, Chartrand Imports of Rockland = Organic wines and Frankie Lehman,  “the tax guy,” of Belfast.



11pm-6am “WORLD in SONG,” more great music playing for you.


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