WGXC Morning Show: Radio Amnion, Las Brujas Bilingues
90.7-FM in NY's Upper Hudson Valley and wgxc.org/listen everywhere
Hosted by Tom Roe in Acra, with contributions from many WGXC programmers.
In the 9 a.m. hour, we are pleased to present the latest composition created for Radio Amnion, Sonic Transmissions of Care in Oceanic Space, a multi-year sound art project for the waters of Earth, commissioning and relaying new compositions by contemporary artists more than 2kms deep with/in the Pacific Ocean. During each full moon, far beyond human perception, the abyssal waters of Cascadia Basin resonate with the deep frequencies and voices of invited artists. All transmissions are relayed in the sea through a submerged neutrino telescope experiment’s calibration system and available at https://radioamnion.net/ during the three days of each full moon. Beginning this month Wave Farm Radio and WGXC 90.7-FM: Radio for Open Ears will also broadcast each new composition.
Y sintoniza otro segmento de Las Brujas Bilingues. Esta semana, Las Brujas celebran el fin de la temporada de mosquitos con la llegada del invierno. And tune in for another segment by Las Brujas Bilingues. This week, Las Brujas celebrate the end of mosquito season with the coming winter.
The "WGXC Morning Show" is a radio magazine show featuring local news, interviews with community leaders and personalities, reports on cultural issues, a rundown of public meetings and local and regional events, with weather updates, and more about and for the community, made mostly through volunteers in the community through WGXC. The Catskill Makers Syndicate produce the "Better Weather" for the show. Rob Gelles produces the Columbia County history segment "Rob Around The County" and "This Month in History" for the show. Interview segments from Justin Maiman are often heard on this show, as our movie updates from Jenny Ghetti and Amanda Lees. Interviews by hosts of the "WGXC Afternoon Show" also get played back here occasionally. And Jack Sencabaugh contributes the "Backtracks in Time" segment about local history. Some reports come from our partner station, WOOC-LP in Troy, out of The Sanctuary for Independent Media. Tom Roe also cuts up local and national news with songs and sounds for the show. The show begins each day with local headlines, weather, and previews of community events. Also tune in for national headlines from the Public News Service on WGXC. Sometimes national, state, or local press conferences, meetings, or events are also broadcast live here. Saturdays the show features weekly episodes of the "I Have Seen Niagara" serial.