Saturday on free103point9

Jan 12, 2013 8:24 am
Saturday shows on free103point9 Online Radio and WGXC 90.7-FM.

12:02 a.m. – 1 a.m.: "Radio Stew: Rush Limbaugh vs. Howard Stern"
January 12 is the birthday of both Rush Hudson Limbaugh III, born in 1951 in Cape Girardeau, Missouri and Howard Stern, born in 1954 in Roosevelt, New York. We will tune in these great radio voices. It is also John Zorn's birthday, and the stew will add a little of his music. Plus other radio news, radio art, and more.

1 a.m. – 4 a.m.: "Saturday Morning Serials: Transistor Radios, Western Union, Shadows"
Jan. 12, 2013:
Themed shows with songs on the subjects, plus radio theatre, cartoon music, sound effects, and more.

4 a.m. – 5 a.m.: "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?: Pork and Fiscal Cliff"
Media mash-up show. This program includes soundbites from Q&A from daily briefing with White House spokesman, Jay Carney, Nancy Pelosi w/Bob Schieffer, Mitch McConnell with Schieffer, David Gregory with McConnell, Obama on defense and CIA picks, Obama on debt ceiling.

5:15 a.m. – 5:30 a.m.: "RAIN Report: Joe Eisenberg"
Kit-building guru Joe Eisenberg, K0NEB, passes along some hints and tips.

5:30 a.m. – 6 a.m.: "The Shortwave Report: 20130112"
A weekly 30-minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet.

6:30 a.m. - 7 a.m.: "Amateur Radio Newsline: Tasmanian hams"
Hams down-under respond to wildfires in Tasmania; the comment deadline set in WRC 07 implementation proceeding and UK telecommunications regulator OFCOM thanks RSGB for help with 2012 Olympics.

7 a.m. – 8 a.m.: "Upstate Radio Theatre: 20130112"
The Jimmy Durante Show "Jimmy's Birthday Party" 2-11-48; Theater Five "Molecule Masquerade" 8-21-64; Incredible But True "Two Heads Are Better"

8 a.m. – 10 a.m.: "Open Air: 20130112"
Matt Bua hosts live from the Catskill Community Center. This is a live transmission art show about local transmissions. As many local frequencies, signals, and transmissions will be mixed in. Check in on CB radio, weather radio, shortwave, scanners, cell phones, strings-and-cups, or whatever else we can tune in. Call in at 518-219-WGXC. Tweet requests @WGXC. This collaborative show may come from any location, but usually the WGXC Greene County studios at Wave Farm in Acra and the Catskill Community Center is the home. Features include solar weather, shortwave news, and more. CB radio connection coming soon.

10 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.: "Radia: Radio Arctic"
Radia Show 406: Radio Arctic by Marko Peljhan and Radio Student. Radia is an international network of radio stations interested in new and forgotten ways of making radio art. Each week a different station takes a turn creating a show for all the others. This week, from Radio Student, Ljubljana.

11 a.m. – noon: "Framework: 20130112"
"Framework," the show about field recordings, acoustic ecology, and found sounds, is on holiday break. This repeat edition was originally aired on 2008.02.10, and features Aymeric de Tapol, Michael Prime, Kim Casone, Sawako, CM von Hausswolff, Mark Schreiber, Coelacanth, Illusion of Safety, and a framework intro by Sveta Bogomolova.

2 p.m. – 3 p.m.: "PiratesWeek: Make Your Own Station"
Pirates in the news this week include a story about police in Florida said they are searching for a man whose alleged pirate radio station jammed the signal from dozens of keyless entry systems for cars. Also, Michael W. Dean of Freedom Feens podcast has updated his publication titled “Make Your Own Liberty Radio Station for $250” as a step-by-step explanation for setting up a low-power FM station for beginners. Also included, select postings from the Free Radio Network, HF Underground, and note stations logged per the Free Radio Weekly. And off-air recordings include the stations of: Ann Hoffer Live, WFMT, and The Big Q. Background music from the Podsafe Music Network.

3 p.m. - 4 p.m.: "Human Machine"
Produced by Max Goldfarb.

4 p.m. – 6 p.m.: "Saturday Afternoon Show: Joel Chadabe and Electronic Music Foundation"
Joel Chadabe, composer, author, is an internationally recognized pioneer in the development of interactive music systems. He has concertized widely since 1969. As president of Intelligent Music from 1983-1994, he was responsible for the development and publication of a wide range of innovative and historically important software, including M and Max. As author, his book 'Electric Sound: The Past and Promise of Electronic Music', published by Prentice Hall in November 1996, was the first comprehensive overview of the history of electronic music. His articles on electronic music have appeared in respected journals and publications internationally. Chadabe is currently Professor Emeritus at State University of New York at Albany; Visiting Faculty at New York University; and Founder and President of Electronic Music Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that organizes concerts and other events and disseminates information and materials relating to the history and current practice of electronic music.

6 p.m.- 7 p.m.: "This Week in Radio News: 20130112"
One-hour look at the week in radio news, new radio art, experimental sounds, and more. This week, from Free Speech Radio News: "In Texas, a public school district has been allowed to continue to require students to carry locator chips, according to a ruling by a federal judge Tuesday." And then Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD. discuss electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure to children and adults in the short- and long-term. Hosted by Tom Roe. This show is repeated at 5 a.m. Sun., Jan. 13.

10 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.: "Tabs Out: Tranquility Tapes Sampler"
Episode 16 of the "Tabs Out Cassette Podcast" includes a 2012 Top 25 list, an interview with Ryan McGill (Afterlife) and Franklin Teagle (Afterlife / Tranquility Tapes).

12:30 a.m. – 3 a.m.: "Tabs Out: Grant Evans"
Episode #17 of the "Tabs Out Cassette Podcast" listens to cassette releases and previews an upcoming Grant Evans tape that will be released on Canadian imprint House of Sun this month, and listened to Pearl River Sound, Enumclaw, David Carter, J. Zagers, Mark Bradley, V. Hold, Permanent Bedhead, Twins, Nodolby, and Mammal.

3 a.m. – 4 a.m.: "Radio Stew: January 2013 New Music"
New sounds from Wooden Wand ("Southern Colorado Song" from "Blood Oaths Of The New Blues"); Neptune ("The Feedback Organ"); Scanner, "Elemental Force (excerpt);" Devendra Banhart ("Für Hildegard von Bingen"); Lorn, ("On the Ice"); Apache Dropout ("Don't Trust Banks"), Mike Shiflet, ("Live at Skylab, 12.28.12 Excerpt"); Yo La Tengo ("Ohm" from "Fade"); Excerpts from Robert Turnamn's "Macro" C-30 cassette (FAB023); "Dubai Dhow Port Night Exploring" Published by Grey Filastine, "from a night spent in Dubai taking fotos and timelapses. Found this port full of beautiful wooden dhows transferring their cargo of washing machines, tires, or sacks of grain. The koranic recitation is direct from car radio, kept it blasting all that night." And other songs.

4 a.m. – 5 a.m.: "Radio Stew: Shortwavemusic"
Following 2012′s reissue of “The Disintegration Loops,” now Auris Apothecary has reissued William Basinski’s debut album, “Shortwavemusic.” The record was recorded in New York in 1982, and first released by Raster-Noton in 1998. For the 30th anniversary of “Shortwavemusic” the label created a reel-to-reel version of the project for a Jan. 1 release. They’ve also made the music free and streamable online, and this show will tune it in. Plus, Myke Dodge Weiskopf curates "ShortWaveMusic," traveling abroad and recording shortwave radio and turning it in to beautiful collages, which will be heard here. Plus, a few Sublime Frequencies will be tuned in.

Wave Farm / WGXC Acra Contact Info
Mailing: PO Box 13 Acra, NY 12405
Main Office / Acra Studio
(518) 622-2598
WGXC Office
(518) 697-7400
WGXC Hudson Studio
(518) 828-0290
WGXC Feedback
(518) 212-7509
Wave Farm / WGXC Acra Studio: 5662 Route 23 Acra, NY 12405
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