Jazz In The Morning,
7-9AM. Traffic, local events, educational features, and great jazz
from yesterday and today, with host Gary Helton.
7:00 - Kurt Kronke's MTA Bus & Commuter Train Report
7:10 - BirdNote
7:20 - The Fitness Minute with Annette Hammond
7:40 - StarDate
7:50 - Profile America
A Moment of Science
8:50 - Isla Earth
plus traffic reports at 7:00, 7:19, 7:39, 8:00, 8:19 & 8:39.e
9AM - Noon, Saturdays, 12Noon - 3PM. A different host each day presents
his/her own individual spin on the greatest composers
in recorded history--from traditional masters to today’s classical composers and artists,
plus Broadway soundtracks and opera.
Tuesdays - George Phieffer
Wednesdays - Fran LeBlanc
Thursdays - George Felton
Fridays - Ben Fisler
Saturdays - Ellen Hopkins
M-F 1-4PM. Various hosts present today's adult acoustic
alternative (AAA) sounds.
and Saturday, 5-7PM.
Classic, straight-ahead jazz spanning 1950 to present. Featuring jazz giants
such as Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Bill Evans and Chico Hamilton plus
up-and-coming talent deserving wider recognition, hosted by "Professor" Dave
More In The
Skip's got the blues, and he wants to give them to you.
Not all Blues music gives you the blues. Big Jim is
12:30PM. It's your weekly spotlight on the arts in Harford County and
vicinity, featuring artists, concert and venue information, upcoming
performances and presentations, authors, exhibitions and so much more.
Polyester and bell bottoms are back, along with all the great songs of the
Many Roads, Fridays,
7-9PM. It’s new age,
contemporary instrumental and light jazz presented by Irene Stoss.
The Gen-X 80s Show,
6-8PM. Chris Ferris spins the tunes that
"Gen-Xers grew up with.
Golden Age of Radio,
Saturdays, 9AM - Noon. Climb aboard Skip's "time
machine" for a trip back to radio's golden past, with the likes of Jack
Benny, Red Skelton, The Lone Ranger, Dragnet, and many more.
4PM. Baltimore radio legend Alan Field brings you scores of scores
from Hollywood and "The Great White Way."
9PM - Midnight. Joyce Conroy spins "the platters that matter" from the
1950s, 60s and 70s.
4-5PM, encored Sundays, 3-4PM. The talents of singer/songwriters come into
focus each week, w/host Tom Wilson.
7-9PM. Greg Petrosino hosts this musical journey featuring both hits
and obscure album cuts 60s & 70s.
12M-7AM. New age, Celtic and lite jazz are featured throughout the night.
McBride's Reflections of Ireland,
5-7PM, Mondays 4-6PM. Maryland's longest-running radio program of traditional Irish
music, news and sports.
12noon to 12:30. Wayne Hepler hosts WHFC's local public affairs show,
focusing on the people, issues and events that matter most, from the
Mason-Dixon Line to the Bay.
Wednesdays, 6-9PM. "Where ALL music lives and thrives."
You never know what you'll hear in The Zone. Hosted by Budii Walton.
10PM-Midnight. J-Pop and Anime sounds from "The Land of the Rising Sun."
WHFC Syndicated Programming:
Fridays, 10PM, encored Sundays,
9PM. Contemporary, edgy and significant radio drama and comedy are presented each week by
some of the top stars of Hollywood, recorded before a live audience.
Value This, Mondays @ Noon. Radio's
weekly appraisal show, complete with priceless bad puns from Brian & Leon.
Café, Thursdays, 4-6PM. Acoustic/alternative
music at its best, complete with special in-studio performances
and interviews. Hosted by Rob Reinhart.
WoodSongs, Fridays, 9PM,
encored Sundays, 1PM. Acoustic, singer/songwriter,
folk, bluegrass, and more are featured before a live studio audience in
Lexington, KY. Hosted by singer Michael Jonathan.
Daily, 7:40AM & 5:58PM. It’s the ultimate daily guide for astronomers, produced
by the University of Texas at Austin. Before you look up into the night
listen to StarDate.
Jazz @ Lincoln
Tuesdays, 5PM. Host Wendell Pierce
presents jazz performances recorded at New York City's Lincoln Center.
From NPR and WFMT-FM, Chicago.
Putumayo World Music
Hour, Fridays @ 6PM. It's world music with a
beat guaranteed to make you feel good!
- Celtic Connections, Sundays @
4PM, encored Mondays 6PM.
Brian Kelso Crow hosts an eclectic hour of music from Ireland, Scotland, and
the Canadian Maritimes, produced by WSIU-FM, Carbondale, IL.
Music & The Spoken Word,
Sundays, 8:30AM. Inspirational music and talk from The Mormon Tabernacle
Sundays, 8AM. The latest news from the world of organic agriculture.
Hearts of Space,
Sundays, 8PM, encored 11PM. Stephen Hill hosts America's
longest-running, most popular radio program to feature New Age/Space music.
River City Folk,
Wednesdays @ 9PM. Folk and Americana music from Studio B
Wednesdays @ 10PM. Folk music with a sense of humor.
Prime Time Radio,
Sundays, 7AM. Issues relating to the 50+ listener are discussed by
host Mike Cuthbert and guests.
Sunday Baroque, Sundays, 9AM. Now
FOUR hours of baroque and pre-1750 music, hosted by Suzanne Bona.
Art of the Song,
Thursdays @ Noon, encored Fridays @ 5. Explores inspiration and
creativity through songwriting and other forms.
Travel with Rick Steves,
Fridays @ noon, encored Saturdays @ 3PM. Author and travel expert Rick Steves
radio version of his successful PBS television show.
Bluegrass Breakdown, Sundays @ 2PM. Dave Higgs
hosts an hour of real American music, from Nashville Public Radio.
- Radio Deluxe with John Pizzarelli,
Mondays @ 10PM, encored
Jazz singer/guitarist John Pizzarelli invites listeners and famous guests
into his living room each week for two hours of music straight from the
Great American Songbook.
An Organic Conversation,
12-1pm. An Organic Conversation focuses on organic food, healthy
living and sustainable choices and discusses innovative solutions to today's
environmental and social challenges.
9PM. An hour of classic jazz, hosted by David Brent Johnson.
7PM. David Brent Johnson is back, this time with a program of jazz and
The JAMA Report, Sundays @ 1:59, 4:59 and
10:59PM. A one-minute summary of news from The Journal of The American
7PM. Two hours of contemporary and classic jazz and pop are presented
by host Mike Martin.