WFUV Programs

Everything you'll hear on WFUV 90.7 FM.

Weekdays

FUV Music

M-Th 2am-10pm; F 2am-7pm
This is how we roll: More than just the same handful of songs by the same tired artists - with disc jockeys who are real people who care about the music.

FUV Live

M-Th 9pm
Studio visits from our favorite artists, as they stop by for conversation with our on-air hosts and perform live for us.
Past shows in the WFUV Archives.

The Alternate Side on FUV

Weeknights 10pm-Midnight
A taste of our online/HD indie music channel, with a broad range of established and emerging rock and other styles, from across the city and beyond. [More info]

The Whole Wide World with Rita Houston

F 7-10pm
A magic carpet ride with Music Director Rita Houston, showcasing the beautiful and the funky from near and far. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

World Cafe

M-Th Midnight-2am; Friday night, 1-3am
David Dye serves up a rich blend of singer-songwriters, rock, blues, world music and more, including live in-studio performances. [More info]

The Grateful Dead Hour

Friday night, Midnight-1am
Host David Gans goes into the vaults for historic recordings of the Dead's concerts from the '60s to the '90s. [More info]

Saturdays

FUV Music

Sat 3-6am
The weekday music mix doesn't stop on Friday. (And you can listen all weekend long on our FUV All Music Channel).

Fordham Conversations

Sat 7-7:30am
Robin Shannon shines some light on the thought, work and discussion taking place at Fordham. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

Cityscape

Sat 7:30-8am
George Bodarky introduces you to the people and issues that shape one of the greatest cities in the world. [More info]

Mile Failte

Sat 8-9am
A unique resource: Irish Gaelic language and culture with Dr. Seamus Blake. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

A Thousand Welcomes

Sat 9am-Noon
Dance or sing along with our program of Celtic traditional music with Kathleen Biggins. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

The Thistle & Shamrock

PRI Sat Noon-1pm
From Ireland to Wales, Brittany to Galicia, Celtic soundscapes with Fiona Ritchie. [More info]

One on One

Sat 1-4pm
The longest-running sports show on NY radio covers the pros and the college teams, with a focus on Fordham.
[More info] | [Fordham Sports streams]

Mixed Bag

Sat, 4-8pm
Mixed Bag is one of the legacies of Pete Fornatale's legendary career; Hosted by Don McGee, listen for a mix of the old and new, including regular interviews. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

Vin Scelsa's Idiot's Delight®

Sat, 8-10pm
The weekly free-form musical journey you've either heard or heard about: Vin Scelsa displays his unmistakable voice and far-ranging taste on FUV. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

The Bottomless Pit with Marshall Crenshaw

Sat, 10-11pm
Songwriter Marshall Crenshaw serves up an hour of what a fan described as 'insider knowledge, self-deprecating humor, and lots of great music.' [More info]

UKNY with Kara Manning

Sat, 11pm-Midnight
Host Kara Manning brings you a weekly program that puts new music from Britain in the spotlight — from emerging and established artists, to the weekly "Commonwealth Cut," to bands from the UK that are playing NYC. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

Group Harmony Review

Sat Late Night, Midnight-2am
Join Dan Romanello in a trip back through the vocal group sounds of the 1950s. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

Beale Street Caravan

Sat Late Night, 2-3am
Blues music from the birthplace - Memphis, Tennessee - with Pat Mitchell. [More info]

eTown

Sat Late Night, 3-4am
Great live music from today's most interesting artists, with Nick and Helen Forsterfrom Boulder, CO and beyond. [More info]

Sound Opinions

Sat, 6-7am (and Sunday 5-6pm)
'The world's only 'rock and roll talk show,' straight from Chicago and right to your radio. [More info]

Sundays

Mountain Stage

PRI Sun 6-8am
Live performances by many of today's finest singer-songwriters and bands from Charleston, WV with host Larry Groce. [More info]

Sunday Breakfast

Sun 8-11am
John Platt's three-hour tour of tunes strikes a balance between the more and lesser-known singer/songwriters. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

Ceol na nGael

Sun Noon-4pm
Music, news and sports from Ireland. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

Woody's Children

Sun 4-5pm
One of the nation's longest-running folk shows (since 1969!), with host Robert Sherman. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives

Sound Opinions

Sun 5-6pm
'The world's only 'rock and roll talk show,' straight from Chicago and right to your radio. [More info]

American Routes

Sun 4-6am and 6-8pm
Nick Spitzer blends interviews, live performances and recorded music in a road trip across America's music. [More info]

The Big Broadcast

Sun 8pm-Midnight
Rich Conaty has been getting New York onto its dancing feet with jazz and pop of the 1920s and '30s since 1973. [More info]
Past shows in the WFUV Archives