Hosted by: Kit Kelt
Come explore the diaspora in Celtic music with Ceangal Ceilteach -- a Celtic Connection. Hear hip-hop, rap, jazz, and more in Celtic languages.
Breakfast of Champions|
Hosted by: Tim, Ted, Becca, Roksi, Erik, and Jon
Start your morning off right with a bowl full of sugary sweet pop goodness, sprinkle on some tasty punk influences, and help yourself to the buffet of sumptuous soundscapes, melancholy melodies, quirky cadences and raucous rock.
Twitter Feed: @bocwmbr
Late Risers' Club|
Hosted by: Joanie, Mark, Mook, Ron, L-Train, and a rotating cast of Tuesday punxxx
It's like sewing your ear to a vacuum cleaner.
Twitter Feed: @laterisersclub
Lost and Found|
Hosted by: Mark Francis, Lawrence Azrin, Bob Dubrow, Brother Wayne, Christopher Vyce, Alex McNeil
Rock, pop, and soul from the ’60s and early ’70s, but not the same old songs you hear every day on commercial radio.
Research & Development|
Hosted by: Charlie Kohlhase
Forward-looking jazz from different decades. Occasional Birthday features. Classic Tenor Corner. Jazz Calendar Highlights.
Not Brahms and Liszt|
Hosted by: Alley Stoughton
Classical music of the 20th and 21st centuries, from Reich to Nyman to Wolfe to Higdon and onward.
Twitter Feed: @fullyabstract
WMBR Nightly News|
Hosted by: WMBR News Department
News and analysis from independent journalists around the country, as well as local news and events in Cambridge and Greater Boston, featuring voices not often heard in the mainstream media.
Hosted by: Jacob Miske
How is postmodern and counterculture music blending from yesteryear into today's underground hits? Uncommon grounds talks about the popular music from the last 50 years and compare it against the indie and mostly unpopular songs from the last ten years.
Hosted by: DJ Lipika
Electronic listening music: downbeat electronic, jazz, funk, hip hop, and dub. An hour of interesting but subtle music.
Bats in the Belfry|
Hosted by: Mistress Laura
Enter the sanctuary...you'll hear gothic and ethereal music from all over the world, USA, and Boston. Dark, moody, atmospheric...starting with ancient music and chant to the newest gothic rock, deathrock, darkwave,coldwave,neo-classical,and dark ambient.
Hosted by: Gillian Roeder
To the ear, the track may sound like a stream-of-consciousness jumble of genres, but songs are all united by a common bond. Listeners are encouraged to try to guess the overarching theme, which will be revealed at the end of the hour.
Conquest of Genres|
Hosted by: Andrei Marginean
Ever wondered how rap came to be? How rock progressed into punk or how New Wave and krautrock gave birth to techno and electronic? Join me for a deep-dive into the most expansive musical genres and discover their roots, branches and shapes across history!