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November Developments

We’re streaming online! Launch the stream using the icons to the right.

Recently added shows:
88mph: Mondays 10pm
Tuesday: The L.I.F.E 6pm, The Low Down 8pm, Urban Flosarus 10pm
Wednesday: Deep Wax 8pm
Thursday: Subterranean Nation 7pm
Friday: Future Beats 7pm, Serious Business 8pm
Sunday: The Clearing 6am, The Grapevine 1pm, Down The Road 3pm

For complete show listing, see our program schedule.

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Viewing party: expanded debate with third party presidential candidates, Monday, Oct 22, 7:30-11:00pm

Got the third party exclusion blues? Join us in person on Monday, October 22, from 7:30–11:00pm, for a free, live, outdoor video viewing party of the third Presidential debate as presented by Democracy Now’s Expanding the Debate series. Using time-shifted video technology, this version of the debate includes all the questions and every second of the responses from President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney, but also interpolates real-time responses from Green Party nominee Jill Stein, Justice Party nominee Rocky Anderson, and potentially Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson. This could be your last chance to hear from all Presidential candidates appearing on the ballot in Baton Rouge.

We’ll provide the sights, sounds, and popcorn. You bring a chair, a friend, and a jacket or blanket to keep warm. Weather permitting, the viewing party will take place in our station parking lot at 1623 Main St. Otherwise it will be held inside the station. Parking is available on both sides of Main Street. Got questions? Contact We hope you can make it to the most democratic debate-watching party in town!

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World Peace Day, Sat, Sep 22, 3-7 PM

BR Community Radio 96.9 FM is excited to be present at the 3rd Annual World Peace Day Festival in Beauvoir Park under the Perkins Road Overpass. The festival starts at 3pm and is free and open to the public of all ages. Centered around the global mala yoga practice for peace, the event features massage, reiki, healing touch, local artists, children’s activities, and live music by Spontaneous Combustion. Donations will be collected for two non-profits: Braveheart for Children, and the Adopt-a-Senior program at the Baton Rouge Food Bank.

Complete festival schedule and event information is on the World Peace Day Facebook Page.