College Radio Day Lineup

Mayflower Hill Blues w/Cap’N Barney 6:00am-8:00am

Cap’n Barney spins the latest blues releases on his show, Mayflower Hill Blues. Artists from around the world play and sing the best in blues from the USA, Canada, South America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. With an emphasis on blues-rock, the show also features acoustic blues, Chicago blues, Memphis blues and everything in between. Over the years, Mayflower Hill Blues has featured over seven hundred artists/bands and literally thousands of new songs by veterans like Buddy Guy along with up-and-coming artists like Samantha Fish and Albert Castiglia. The best in new blues.

Una Hora De Música Latinoamericana w/Manny 8:00am-9:00am

In honor of World College Radio Day and National Hispanic Heritage Month, we’ll be hosting an hour long show full of Latin American Music. Popular and rising Latino artists throughout the world use music as a median to give Latinos a sense of pride in their identity and their heritage.

The Arts Spotlight Radio Show w/ Waterville Creates  9:00am-10:00am

We’ve partnered with WMHB 89.7 FM to take our super popular weekly Arts Spotlight newsletter and turn it into a two-hour radio show on WMHB every Friday morning! Our awesome two-hour talk radio show will feature news on upcoming art and community events in the greater Waterville area, host engaging interviews with community leaders, provide some background on many of the awesome happenings here in Waterville, and more!

On Friday we’ll be interviewing some special guests from our area art organizations and we’ll also be giving away free tickets to upcoming movies at Railroad Square Cinema, theatrical shows at the Waterville Opera House, and special art events at Common Street Arts during our two-hour show.

World College Radio Day 1-Hr Special  9:00am-10:00am

A 1-Hour special brought to you by World College Radio Day. 485 college radio stations are uniting for World College Radio Day this Friday, October 4, across the United States and around the world in 28 countries. The event is a celebration of college radio, and this year has support from Grammy-winning The Black Keys, who are the official ambassadors of the event, as well as interviews with bands such as Rise Against, Spin Doctors, Manchester Orchestra and Lacuna Coil.

Seventh w/ Jamya Brown  12:00pm-1:00pm

A podcast on any and everything real. “Discourses on self reflection, honest truths about individuality and relationships, and the messy truth of our actions and the actions of our school/social environment.”

Ultra Dreamy Moon Tunes w/ Helen Bennett 1:00pm-2:00pm

An hour-long radio show featuring a mix of indie rock/alternative, bedroom pop, and lo-fi numbers.

CPR: Colby Public Radio w/Sonia Lachter   2:00pm-3:00pm

“A weekly news show coinciding with our weekly student-run newspaper [The Colby Echo], covering news, arts and entertainment, sports, local news, opinions, and features.” More information at http://colbyechonews.com

Stroke the Goddess w/Annie Gray 3:00pm-6:00pm

A weekly mix of music featuring new releases by female artists.

The General Store w/Andy and Annie 6:00pm-7:00pm

Modern sounds and new releases in Jazz and World and Techno.

Jazzbeat w/Annie Gray   7:00pm-8:00pm

Eclectic Jazzbeats with Annie Gray.