[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: Oldies programming

Another option for older oldies on weekends is Ron Dyer's show on
WCIB 101.9 if you live south of Boston.  WCIB is in Falmouth but
is listenable up to Randolph and Providence to the west.

He includes 50s, 60s and 70s on his program from 10pm to 1am
on both Saturday and Sundays.  The show is live and plays requests.

At 06:10 PM 12/15/01 -0500, Eli Polonsky wrote:
> > Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2001 02:42:08 -0500
> > From: "A. Joseph Ross" <lawyer@attorneyross.com>
> > Subject: Oldies programming
> >
> > Incidentally, in Western Massachusetts, there is an alternative for
> > oldies programming, and that's Jen's TIme Machine, on WMUA on Saturday
> > afternoons.  It gets pre-empted by football games, so I don't hear it as
> > often as I'd like (since I go out to Amherst most fequently in the fall),
> > but it's a good alternative.
>If you're on the South Shore, the North Shore (across the water) or have a
>good tuner in greater Boston, there's still oldies programming including
>50's and early 60's music (of variable quality, but some quite good)
>including many not often played songs on WATD 95.9 from Marshfield.
>Suburban AC formatted during weekdays, oldies programming is mainly
>weeknight graveyards 2 - 5 AM, Saturdays 10 AM through midnight, and on
>Sundays 10 PM - 2 AM (Little Walter's former slot on 103.3), Bill Clark
>specializes in 50's doo-wop and R&B. I expect he'll be picking up a few more
>listeners especially in the South Shore area.
>On the North Shore there's also "Uncle Henry's Basement", a specialty 50's
>R&B/doo-wop show on Salem State's WMWM 91.7 Saturdays 6 - 8 PM.
>Eli Polonsky