September 14, 2017
by Brian Marks
Comments Off on Good Points Radio now on WHYR Mondays @ 10:00pm

Good Points Radio now on WHYR Mondays @ 10:00pm

Good Points Radio is the newest show to join Baton Rouge Community Radio. Listen every Monday from 10 to 11pm for ‘the greatest music ever recorded, one hour at a time.’

Check out the show, listen to past episodes, and see the play list at Good Points’ website:

https://www.goodpointsradio.com/

One more thing: Every fourth Monday, Good Points Radio will become ‘Shakedown Radio’, Louisiana’s ONLY Grateful Dead radio hour!¬†Does the neat freak in you prefer the un-paralleled perfection of May 1977? Or do you crave the rabid acid-test psychedelia of early 1969? Do you enjoy listening to Jerry scorch theaters and auditoriums off of the face of the earth? 1971 is for you. Is your space getting hot? Take an ’82 Althea and call me in the morning. Feel like a stranger? Need a miracle? Spring 1990 is your ticket. It’s gonna be some rare and different tunes – only on 96.9FM Baton Rouge!

August 27, 2017
by Brian Marks
Comments Off on Check out WHYR’s newest show, Theme Time Radio, Tuesdays @ 6:00am

Check out WHYR’s newest show, Theme Time Radio, Tuesdays @ 6:00am

Listen to Baton Rouge Community Radio’s newest local show, Theme Time Radio, every Tuesday at 6:00am. Theme Time comes to us from Southeast Middle Magnet School and features a half-hour of interviews, stories and music on a weekly theme produced by eighth grade students at that school.

August 25, 2017
by Brian Marks
Comments Off on Friday night game-of-the-week returns live, starting September 1st @ 7:00pm

Friday night game-of-the-week returns live, starting September 1st @ 7:00pm

The Louisiana All American Sports‘ Friday night game-of-the-week returns to 96.9FM live at 7:00pm on Friday, September 1st. Tune into Baton Rouge Community Radio every Friday from 7-10pm this Fall for live play-by-play coverage of McKinley Panthers high school football.

The LAAS game-of-the-week broadcasts live on your radio at 96.9FM in Baton Rouge, streaming on the internet worldwide at whyr.org and on the LAAS’ streaming website.