Baton Rouge Community Radio is participating in North Gate Fest this Friday, November 15th, from 4:00 to 11:00pm just north of the LSU campus on West Chimes Street. You can support 96.9FM by coming to the Fest, buying drinks, food, and merchandise, and enjoying this great event of live local music and art. Stop by the WHYR tent as well for a great deal on vintage vinyl records, bumper stickers, and meet Community Radio volunteers and show hosts. We hope to see you there.
October 8, 2019
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Baton Rouge Community Radio brings you information and perspectives otherwise unheard on radio and TV in Baton Rouge. Important news and views we need to hear but wouldn’t without your support. We’re the only place in Louisiana you can hear most of our content. And because we reach thousands of people on 96.9FM every day, people going to work, driving around town, listening at work or doing chores at home, we reach far beyond just our social circle, social media followers, or those already ‘in the know.’ We think this is the most important thing we do, and we want to keep doing it. You can support WHYR’s broadcasting if you agree.
There are seven new shows airing on WHYR. Tune in Saturdays at 7:00pm for our new, locally produced world music show One World! Your World! followed at 8pm by a new local electronic music program Syntheclectico.
Then listen Sundays at 6am for Baroque and Beyond classical music, and later that day catch two new live local music shows. Gentle On Your Mind at 1:30pm will be oldies and rock and roll followed by Artist of the Week at 2:00pm, our first ever live performance show featuring an in-studio concert by a Louisiana singer-songwriter every week.
And we’re bringing two new syndicated spoken word shows to our weekday drive-time schedule. Keeping DemocracyAlive is Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:00am. The program features interviews with important newsmakers and thinkers about the politics of our country and the world. Every Friday at 5:00pm brings you Sea Change Radio, a half-hour weekly show on the environment and the transition to sustainability. So enjoy checking out our new lineup and tell us what you think.