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Format: 2014-08-20

Tuesday, May 27th

Monday, May 26th

Sunday, May 25th

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTown: Sarah Jarosz/Wild Child.
  • 4-6AM, American Routes.  [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain Stage: Robert Cray Band, Blind Boys of Alabama, John Hammond, Dumpstaphunk.
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: The annual Sunday Breakfast survey of recent Bob Dylan covers the day after Dylan's 73rd birthday, plus a studio session with the piano-playing songwriter, A.J. Croce, the talented son of the late Jim Croce.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Tara Cuzzi and Megan Scully: Happy Memorial Day Weekend! Join us as we honor those who have served our country and gave the ultimate sacrifice. Tune in for songs by Karan Casey, The Dubliners, The Chieftains, and many more.
  • 4-5PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: Horror and Heroism in Sarajevo: A 22nd anniversary observance with songs by Judy Collins and John McCutcheon, and a performance by the Sarajevo cellist, Vedran Smailovic.
  • 5-6PM, Sound Opinions.
  • 6-8PM, American Routes.
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty: Vocalists Al Jolson and Billy Murray; band leaders Ben Bernie and Lew Stone; clarinetist Benny Goodman; saxophonist Frankie Trumbauer; songs of Jo Trent ("My Kinda Love").

Saturday, May 24th

  • 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: This week we are discussing “The Future of Non-Profits and the Skills Needed to Run Them” with two people involved with The Fordham Center for Nonprofit Leaders. Elaine Congress is the Associate Dean for Continuing Education and Extramural Programs in the Fordham Graduate School of Social Service. Allan Luks is the Director of the Fordham Center for Nonprofit Leadership.
  • 7:30-8AM, Cityscape with George Bodarky: Some of them are tasked with helping us find our way around. Others are charged with telling us what to do or not to do to keep us safe. And some of them are in the business of trying to persuade us to buy something. We're talking about signs. On this week's Cityscape, we’re exploring the history and impact of signage in New York City.
  • 8-9AM, Míle Fáilte with Seamus Blake: Memorial Day allows us to remember and respect the sacrifices of soldiers, sailors, Marines, and other warriors.
  • 9AM-Noon, A Thousand Welcomes with Kathleen Biggins.
  • Noon-1PM, The Thistle & Shamrock: Viking Invasion: From time to time, where Vikings once held sway, a piece of jewelry, a coin or a tool is unearthed somewhere in northern Scotland or eastern England. What would the Norsemen raiders who left these artifacts in their wake have made of our haul of Nordic music?
  • 1-4PM, One on One. New York’s longest running sports call-in show.
  • 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.

Thursday, May 22nd

Wednesday, May 21st

Tuesday, May 20th

Monday, May 19th

Sunday, May 18th

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTownTennis/Neil Halstead.
  • 4-6AM, American Routes.  [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain Stage: Pink Martini featuring The von Trapps (special one hour performance), The Parkington Sisters, Frank Vignola & Vinny Raniolo, Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound.
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: A salute to a great American songwriter, Jesse Winchester, a day after he would have turned 70, plus a studio session with the soulful Austin-based singer-songwriter Wendy Colonna.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Tara Cuzzi and Megan Scully: Join hosts Tara Cuzzi and Megan Scully for some great toe tapping tunes from Solas, The Bothy Band, Eileen Ivers and many more. We'll have the news and sports from Ireland at 2 pm and the community bulletin boards at 1:30, 2:30, 3:30.
  • 4-5PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: Skal! A Songful Toast for Norwegian Independence Day.
  • 5-6PM, Sound Opinions.
  • 6-8PM, American Routes: John Sebastian talks about his childhood in Greenwich Village, his encounters with blues greats Mississippi John Hurt and Lightnin' Hopkins, and the musical stew he created with his band The Lovin' Spoonful. Then, a conversation with Kristi Guillory and Christine Balfa of the cajun band Bonsoir Catin about carrying on their musical heritage for the next generation.
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty: Vocalists Perry Como and Libby Holman; band leader Henry Busse; clarinetist Artie Shaw; trumpeter Sylvester Ahola; songs of Fats Waller ("Honeysuckle Rose").

Saturday, May 17th

  • 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: As the cost of education rises, more and more students are in debt and might be asking themselves: is it worth it? Today on Fordham Conversations we are talking about the value of a liberal arts education. Scott Samuelson, author of The Deepest Human Life: An Introduction to Philosophy for Everyone, talks about why he teaches Plato to plumbers at a community college in Iowa. Eva Badowska, Fordham University’s Associate Dean for Academic Programs in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, talks about why a liberal arts degree is vital to the workforce.
  • 7:30-8AM, Cityscape with George Bodarky: If you live or work in New York City, you’ve definitely passed them on the street. Maybe you’ve even hung around to listen to them, or pitched a dollar into one of their instrument cases. Whether underground, in the park, or on the sidewalk, buskers are a way of New York City life. On this week's Cityscape, we're delving into the world of buskers in New York City, from a 12-year-old cellist to a woman who plays the saw.
  • 8-9AM, Míle Fáilte with Seamus Blake: Various ventures celebrate some version of “Celtic Spirituality.” Enjoy hearing a wealth of New Age and Celtic singing.
  • 9AM-12:20PM (approx.), Fordham University Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement Ceremony: Hosted by WFUV’s Kris Venezia and DJ Sixsmith. [90.7FM and live video]
  • 9AM-Noon, A Thousand Welcomes with Kathleen Biggins. [Online only]
  • Noon-1PM, The Thistle & Shamrock: Tales of the Riverbank: Rivers run through many of our well-loved and best-known landscapes. Their quiet banks and neglected docksides are now often the focus of rural rediscovery and urban regeneration. Music, old and new, celebrates our rivers as sources of life and of timeless inspirations to song-makers. [Begins online only. Joined in progress on 90.7FM following Fordham University Commencement]
  • 1-4PM, One on One. New York’s longest running sports call-in show.
  • 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.

Friday, May 16th

Thursday, May 15th

Wednesday, May 14th

  • Midnight-2AM, World Cafe.
  • 2-5AM, FUV Music Overnights.
  • 5-10AM, FUV Music Mornings with Corny O’Connell: Including the Question of The Day.
  • 10AM-2PM, FUV Music Middays with Paul Cavalconte: Including the FUV Mixtape at Noon.
  • 2-6PM, FUV Music Afternoons with Eric Holland.
  • 6-10PM, FUV Music Evenings with Darren DeVivo: Including FUV Live at 9PM.
  • 7PM, FUV Live Broadcast: John Grant performs an FUV Live show from Rockwood Music Hall, hosted by Russ Borris.
  • 9PM, FUV Live: Swedish singer, model, and actress Lykke Li stops by Studio A to perform songs from her new album, I Never Learn, and to talk with host Alisa Ali.
  • 10PM-Midnight, The Alternate Side on FUV with Russ Borris.