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Democracy Now!

with Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez

Monday-Friday 12-1pm

A daily TV/radio news program, hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, airing on over 700 stations, pioneering the largest community media collaboration in the U.S.


Fuzzed Out Boston

with Josh

Thursday 5pm-6pm

Douze Points

with DJ Over Dammen

Tuesday 8-9am

Douze Points picks up right where Border Patrol Radio (2015 to 2017) left off to bring everything to do with the Eurovision Song Contest right to your western hemisphere heart. Also included are other catchy earworms from Eurovision artists, the best of national selection entries that just barely missed the cut, and a comprehensive off-season playlist of the best ethnopop Europe has to offer that'll make you feel like you need a Schengen Area exit visa to even turn off the radio! DJ Over Dammen brings you Boston's one stop shop for radio coverage of Eurovision, Melodifestivalen, and even the upcoming America Song Contest. Avoid getting a dreaded "nul points" by tuning in!

Wasted Time

with Kayla

Thursday 7-9am

a little bit of everything and a lot of fun. just kick back, relax, and enjoy the ride.

You should be dancing

with Mariam

Wednesday 5pm-6pm

jams from all around :)


with Grace

Thursday 6pm-7pm

There isn't a certain "theme" of this show, but each week we want to go in on either a genre or time period or region. There will be a casual talking element, just talking about the music.

Libation Vibrations

with Peter Zogby

Wednesday 7pm-8pm

Transitional tunes for whiffing work and conquering cans. Good-mood indie food. The nation's first "damp" radio programme.

Gull's Window Circus

with Carl Thien

Tuesday 5-7pm

In the same way that a seagull locates the one good piece of food inside of a crumpled up brown bag blown underneath a car after a worker’s lunch break, Carl finds the one good song hidden at the end of side 2 on a dusty record in a forgotten corner of a record store, and brings new finds to you every week on Gulls Window Circus, weaving a story that never repeats itself as it ebbs and flows through time, geography and genre.

The Space-Mind Continuum

with Matt

Wednesday 6-7pm

The Space Mind Continuum blows minds. That's what we do. A musical travelogue from the late 60s and early 70s awaits you. From serene folk to mind numbing psychedelia, you can rest assured that you will be on your own trip. Brothers and sisters, you are invited!

Mass Ave and Beyond

with Scott

Friday 6-7pm

you eat local, shop local, date local, why not listen local too? celebrate New England's rich and diverse musical heritage and discover something new lurking under the surface!


Lucid Sounds

with victor robert venckus

Saturday 7-10am

The best in ambient, space, Native American, Kirtan and New Age music

Nat King Soul

with Elizabeth C

Monday 5pm-6pm

Bad Dog Rowan

with Matty Butts

Monday 6pm-7pm


with victor robert venckus

Saturday 10-11am

Interviews regarding the paranormal, holistic health, environment, and progressive ideas.

Sounds of Dissent

with John Grebe

Saturday 11am-1pm

Fast-paced vital news program brings you pertinent local and global news. “Sounds of Dissent” deliver under-reported stories and seldom-heard voices from beyond the corporate press. Objectivity and fairness are sought from a global perspective.



Saturday 1-3pm  

Updates on Boston College athletics delivered by Boston College students.


Ragamuffin International

with Robin

Saturday 3-7pm

Raggamuffin International is an award winning reggae show that has been on air for more than 40 years. The show is a positive, uplifting escape to the Caribbean for 4 hours. We Feature cultural reggae from Boston and from all over the world. We interview artist from all over including new artists to Grammy winners. So if you are tired of all the negativity in the world come and escape to the Caribbean with us!


Caribbean Forum

with Yvon and Doumafis Lafontan

Saturday 7-10pm

Both in English and in Haitian Creole, the Caribbean Forum seeks to inform, educate, and entertain our audience. We conduct interviews with numerous newsmakers, experts, leaders, and artists. We also thoroughly research different topics suggested by our listeners and subsequently share our conclusions with them in lively on-the-air discussions.

Truth and Justice Radio

with Host Bob Funke; producer John Roberts; IN MEMORIAM Sherif Fam (1936-2010); offsite help from Jerry Sobieraj, Stan Robinson, and many others ...

Sunday 6-10am

"Five hours of spirited examination of warmaking, empire, corrupt justice, engineered poverty, lying politicians, jingoism, corporate criminality, media disinformation, and orchestrated chaos."


Sunday Morning Country

with Cousin Kate

Sunday 10am-2pm

From deep down in the radio bunker, high atop legendary Heartbreak Hill, four BIG hours of all your favorite Country, Alt-Country, Country-Rock, Classic Country, Outlaw Country, Honky Tonk, Tex-Mex, Conjunto, Ranchera, Tejano, Bolero, Folk-Country, Bluegrass, Country Gospel, Old-Timey, Cajun, Zydeco, Country Boogie, Swing tunes and more for the underserved, talent-starved, REAL country music fans! All while providing the latest info on top-choice local appearances, festivals, and noteworthy Country music-related happenings each week! If you miss it on Sunday, the show is now archived for TWO weeks! No excuses!

A rootin’ tootin’ time for over 39 years. Remember “….I’m only playin’ the good stuff!”


Juvert Jams

with DJ Blaze

Sunday 2pm-4pm

Blaze it up with Dj Blaze! Take a journey through the islands, win tickets to the hottest Reggae concerts, hear interviews from your favorite artists and dance away your Sunday. Spinning Reggae, Soca, Zouk and Kompa, this show is sure to transport you straight to the beach.

Martinis on the Moon

with DJ Jessica

Sunday 4pm-6pm

Jessica spins 1960s pop from around the globe, sexy soundtracks, bossa nova, and beyond!

Oscillator Drift

with Andrew

Sunday 6pm-8pm

Exploring the world of early electronic music: 60s and 70s synth and Moogsploitation; musique concrete and elektronische musik; radiophonic TV and film; Kosmische music; public service broadcasting and academic rust; obscure “bedroom” electronic and experimental; the Neue Deutsche Welle and minimal Euro synth obscurities.

Plus forward-looking, modern electronics from New England and beyond.

Universal Sounds

with Selassie Selectah

Alternating Sundays 4pm-6pm

Universal Sounds Presents…. Rastafari Radio! A cosmic reggae festival Broadcasting live from the universe, inner-verse, and outer-verse to the inner-vibrations of your mind, body, and soul. Dub, Soca, Reggae, Ragga, Calypso Rapso, Drums, Poetry, News Interviews, Soundscapes, Healing Frequencies, Speeches remixed inna Rasta Stylee. Cruise with your Host Selassie Selectah your captain of the Rastaship connection. Authentic RASTA ROOTS SELECTIONS!! Don’t be Board come on Board and rub a dub with the WORD-SOUND-POWER ! RASTAFARI!

Spoiler Alert Radio

with DJ Madame B

Sunday 6-7pm 

Spoiler Alert Radio presents engaging conversations with host Toni Pennacchia providing a retrospective look at independent artists in filmmaking: directors, cinematographers, composers, writers, and animators from across the globe.

Transworld Airwaves

with DJ Madame B

Sunday 7-8pm 

It is a “cross-­cultural musical journey united in voices and rhythms”. We feature voices and rhythms from ethno-­techno and other eclectic rhythms, atonal voices from Tuva to Quebec, and international music rooted from the past, present, and future.


The Industrial Factory

with DJ Brian L.

Sunday 8-10pm

The Industrial Factory's roots come from the sounds that nearly dominated ZBC in the mid to late 90s, back when industrial music had a firm grasp on what was then ZBC Rock. Now, over a decade later, the show has come full circle, showing that there's still life in a genre and an underground that many may have forgotten. Focusing on fresh, young acts that have taken their cues from dark disco, EBM, and the bands from the seminal Wax Trax! Label as well as shining a light on the classic artists that paved the way for them, The Industrial Factory remains to be the soundtrack for a dimly lit dancefloor.




Sunday 10pm-12am

Late 70s to late 80s post punk, underground new wave and experimental