6:00 am WPKN Mornings with J.F.
music, news, community information
9:00 am Radio Zanj: Samba
12:00 pm Indigenous Politics from Native New England and Beyond:
Join your host, J. Kehaulani Kauanui, for an episode that examines a controversial plan to mine coal on lands adjacent to the Northern Cheyenne reservation.
1:00 pm Connections: Eric Cocks
Peppy Castro founding member of The Blues Magoos, Barnaby Bye and Balance will be joining Eric Cocks for an in depth interview/conversation and live performanceon a special episode of Connections. We’ll talk about the early days of psychedelic music in The Village, wild days on the road with The Who on their first US tour, starring in Hair on Broadway, writing for an incredibly diverse group of artists including Diana Ross, Aerosmith, Cher and far more. Also current projects, solo music and an upcoming tour with Jay & The Americans. There’ll be plenty of good laughs and spontaneous moments along the way…
4:00 pm Ruben Abreu fills in today for Mike Horyczun
5:55 pm Headline News from Free Speech Radio News
7:00 pm Ray Terlaga: Music, Skies of Bridgeport, AIDS Update
8:30 pm Kathy De Mino:
At last, Friday. Need to chill. Female vocalists and male guitarists receive special attention. And looks do count
10:00 pm Democracy Now! Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez with in-depth news, interviews
11:00 pm Free Speech Radio News – from reporters around the nation and the world
11:30 am Radio Nothing: Rod Richardson
3:00 am Off Beat: Rich Kaminski