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Format: 2014-12-27

Friday, November 28th

Thursday, November 27th

Wednesday, November 26th

Tuesday, November 25th

Monday, November 24th

Sunday, November 23rd

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTown.
  • 4-6AM, American Routes.  [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain Stage.
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: A 60th birthday tip of the hat to Bruce Hornsby and a studio session with the Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter-mother Lori McKenna, whose songs have been covered by the likes of Faith Hill and Tim McGraw.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Megan Scully and Shannon Spillane: Live music recordings this afternoon. You'll hear from The Clancy Brothers, Solas, The Saw Doctors, and many more!
  • 4-5PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: Recent Roundup, including the latest CD offering by Tom Chapin.
  • 5-6PM, Sound Opinions.
  • 5:55-8PM, Fordham University Men's Basketball: The Rams host University of Massachusetts Lowell. [Sound Opinions and American Routes continue online during the game. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 6-8PM, American Routes: Produced and hosted by Nick Spitzer in New Orleans, presenting a broad range of American music from jazz to old-time country. [Continues online during the game. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty: Vocalist Ruth Etting; band leader Will Osborne; pianist Teddy Wilson; songs of Harry Barris ("It Was So Beautiful") and Arthur Schwartz ("Dancing in the Dark"). [If the basketball game continues past 8PM, this program will begin online and will be joined in progress on 90.7FM following the game. Listen to: music, sports]

Saturday, November 22nd

Thursday, November 20th

Wednesday, November 19th

Tuesday, November 18th

Monday, November 17th

Sunday, November 16th

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTown.
  • 4-6AM, American Routes.  [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain Stage: Shovels and Rope, Kat Edmonson, San Fermin, Robert Ellis, Hiss Golden Messenger
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: A shout out to Diana Krall as she hits the big 5-0 and a studio visit with the musical Renaissance man, David Amram, who plays many instruments and has many stories to tell, backed by the Amigos Band.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Megan Scully and Shannon Spillane: Tunes from Dervish, John Doyle and Liz Carroll, Flook and many more. Tune in at 2 pm to hear the news and sports from Ireland with Declan O'Byrne and Brendan Tier.
  • 4-5PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: Studio Echoes:  First hearings of songs by Josh White Jr, Bill Harley and an 84th birthday eve salute to David Amram. [Online only at 4:55PM. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 4:55-7PM, Fordham University Men's Basketball: The Rams at Penn State University. [Woody’s Children, Sound Opinions and American Routes continue online during the game. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 5-6PM, Sound Opinions. [Online only. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 6-8PM, American Routes: Produced and hosted by Nick Spitzer in New Orleans, presenting a broad range of American music from jazz to old-time country. [Online only until approximately 7PM. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty: Songs of Hoagy Carmichael ("Lazybones"), Bud Green ("Once in a While"), W.C. Handy ("Loveless Love"), Johnny Mercer ("I'm an Old Cowhand") and Al Neiburg ("It's the Talk of the Town"); Pianist Arthur Schutt; saxophonists Coleman Hawkins and Cecil Scott; trombonist Tommy Dorsey.

Saturday, November 15th

  • Midnight-1AM, The Grateful Dead Hour.
  • 1-3AM, World Cafe.
  • 3-6AM, FUV Music.
  • 6-7AM, Sound Opinions.
  • 7-7:30AM, Fordham Conversations with Robin Shannon: Early in the morning of November 16, 1989, a group of Salvadoran soldiers entered a Catholic College campus in San Salvador. They forced six Jesuit priests from their beds, then shot and killed them along with their housekeeper and her daughter. It happened during the decade-long civil war that ravaged El Salvador in the 1980s. The murders provoked international outrage. On this week’s show I’m joined by three guests to discuss the massacre, the priests’ mission and their legacy. Dr. Michael Lee is an Associate Professor of Theology at Fordham. Dr. James McCartin is an Associate Professor and director of Fordham Center on Religion and culture. Monsignor Neil Connelly discusses his relationship with Fordham’s Dean Brackley, who went to the University of Central America (UCA) to pick up the work following the murders.
  • 7:30-8AM, Cityscape with George Bodarky: On this week's show, we'll look at the origins of comedy in New York City and where to get a good laugh in the Big Apple. We'll also talk with the creator of a show (part standup/part theatrical piece) that tells the story of one man's lengthy struggle to make it as an actor in New York City while waiting tables, and hear about the successful efforts to get a street in Morningside Heights renamed after the late comedian George Carlin.
  • 8-9AM, Míle Fáilte with Seamus Blake: Altan with Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh, over 25 years of spellbinding musicianship and singing from Donegal with local and international fans and recognition.
  • 9-11:50AM, A Thousand Welcomes with Kathleen Biggins.
  • 11:50AM-12:50PM, The Thistle & Shamrock: From Shetland and Orkney, to the Hebrides, the Isle of Man and Rathlin Island, this week's diverse choice of music is far from insular.
  • 12:50-4PM, Fordham University Football: The Rams host Georgetown University [Listen online]
  • 4-8PM, Mixed Bag with Don McGee.
  • 8-10PM, Vin Scelsa’s Idiot’s Delight.
  • 10-11PM, The Bottomless Pit with Marshall Crenshaw.
  • 11PM-Midnight, UKNY with Kara Manning.