May 8, 2017
by Brian Marks
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Baton Rouge Arts Council Radio Show – Fridays and Saturdays on WHYR

The Baton Rouge Arts Council’s Radio Show is now on Baton Rouge Community Radio. You can hear the weekly half-hour program Fridays at 6:30pm and Saturdays at 10:30am. On the show, you’ll hear interviews with musicians, visual and performance artists, and much more about the arts in Louisiana’s capital city and the people who make the arts happen here.

May 8, 2017
by Brian Marks
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Where the Alligators Roam covers Louisiana politics, environment, and energy Fridays @ 5:00pm

New to Baton Rouge Community Radio, every Friday from 5:00-6:00pm listen to Where the Alligators Roam hosted by Mike Stagg, Lafayette journalist and activist.

Where the Alligators Roam is long-form interviewing on Louisiana current events and hard-hitting investigations of corruption, lies, and hypocrisy with activists at the forefront of Louisiana issues. Listen every week for critical coverage on climate change and coastal restoration, local, state, and national electoral politics, environmental justice, energy and infrastructure, arts and culture, and much more from Minden to Morgan City and all points in between.

May 8, 2017
by Brian Marks
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The Scenario Radio Show on WHYR Thursdays @ 10:00pm

Thursdays at 10:00pm Baton Rouge Community Radio is pleased to welcome The Scenario Radio Show to 96.9FM. The Scenario comes to us from Radio Free Nashville and is a two-hour, weekly program “created to provide a forum for the ‘original Hip-Hop generation’. It includes music, interviews, and discussion on a wide range of topics, including politics, entertainment, relationships, and the variety of social issues that captivate our attention, from day to day. This is Hip-Hop Grown Up. That’s The Scenario.”

Recent topics include the African immigrant experience in the U.S., counseling, therapy and mental health in the black community, and the self-conceptions African-Americans have about themselves. Archives of past episodes are available here.