October 2, 2016
by Brian Marks

Hear National Native News on WHYR every weekday @ 3:55pm starting October 3rd

Starting Monday, October 3rd, every weekday afternoon at 3:55pm Baton Rouge Community Radio will air National Native News, a daily five-minute news program about Native issues. And WHYR is the only place you can hear it on the radio in the state of Louisiana, a state home to four federally-recognized Native American nations and numerous others still seeking recognition.

National Native News is a broadcast of the Koahnic Broadcast Corporation and is syndicated by the Native Voice One Radio Network (NV1); Baton Rouge Community Radio is a proud affiliate of NV1. Listen every afternoon right before Democracy Now! to National Native News – News for all Americans.

September 28, 2016
by Brian Marks

SUSPENSE brings thrilling radio drama to WHYR, Saturdays @ midnight starting October 1st

Just in time for October, Baton Rouge Community Radio brings to our listeners SUSPENSE, a revival of the classic radio drama format. At the stroke of midnight, SUSPENSE will bring you thrills, chills, sci-fi, horror, drama and mysteries weekly on WHYR-LP every Saturday starting October 1st. Tune in … IF YOU DARE …

September 26, 2016
by Brian Marks

WHYR Listening Room event and Donney Rose poetry reading this Saturday, October 1st @ 3:00pm

Elevator Projects’ Literary Programming presents a live poetry reading featuring Baton Rouge’s own Donney Rose this Saturday, October 1st at 3:00pm.

Hosted by WHYR-FM in The Listening Room at 1623 Main St. in conjunction with your community radio station’s monthly 1st-Saturday pop-up listening room.

Listening Room opens at 10 am
Poetry gathering starts at 3pm and is free and open to the public

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September 19, 2016
by Brian Marks
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The Clearing expands to three hours, Saturdays 10pm – 1am

The Clearing, a program of meditative and contemplative music hosted by Captain Christopher, is expanding from two to three hours every Saturday night on 96.9FM in Baton Rouge and streaming worldwide.

Walk past the stone wall, through the old wooden gate, and join the Captain around the magic pond for an extra hour every Saturday starting at 10:00pm now to 1:00am late night Sundays on Baton Rouge Community Radio.