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Monday Programs:

Irene Trudel's show
The lazy calm at the week's start. A few live performances included, but mainly music with an ear tilted toward string-driven things.

Professor Dum Dum's Homepage
Read poems that were written/read by listeners, view listener artwork, meet other students of the Professor through Email listings, learn what's new with the Professor, and find out about some of the Professor's first-choice muisc.


Tuesday Programs:

Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock
Playlists, so you can see what songs Joe managed to squeeze in between his mic breaks. And a Guest List. No, not that kind of guest list.

Aerial View with Chris T.
Aerial View is back with all new episodes.


Wednesday Programs:

John Allen's Blog
"I listened yesterday. It's no reflection on you but I could'nt see where you were going or what you were going for. This early seventies thing did'nt get noticed the first time and you talk about friends of like Dealney and Bonnie who had records out like we're supposed to remember who they are. Then you play this long winded free jazz stuff that really grates on my nerves. And that noise without a beat and sounds like someones being pinched. Then you play a reggae song, I think you called it Dub, to what, be cool? You seem to really fetishize the whole folk thing too which is obnoxious to us who don't even care. I liked it when you played that punk song though. I like Joe Belock a lot."

Irwin Chusid
Projects, favorite links, shameless pluggery, polar bears. Come see.

Seven Second Delay with Andy and Ken
Ken and Andy further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards as the program enters its death throes. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw.

Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange
$mall ¢hange returns to freeformland with the late late night space madness shee-it. Oh my beloved ice cream bar...how I love to lick your creamy center! HOOOWWWWWW...(bites soap)...and your oh-so-nutty chocolate covering! You're not like the others...you like the same things I do!
Waxed paper...boiled football leather...dog breath...We're not hitchhiking anymore!



Thursday Programs:

Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine
Music to slaughter livestock to; 5,000 factory farmers can't all be wrong.

Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz
From Hell Gate to Ho-Ho-Kus, Indiana to Istanbul, more people get their news and entertainment from Music To Spazz By than from any other hillbilly chimpanzee punk rock rhythm n' blues surf garage radio show!


Friday Programs:

Spearmint Music (Kurt Gottschalk's music blog)
Spearmint Music (Kurt Gottschalk's music blog)

Shut Up, Weirdo with Frangry and Michele
The promise of joy, the magic of blather. A call-in show for the New Age of Inquiry. The Man can't bust our chit-chat.


Saturday Programs:

Michael Shelley's show
A showcase for the widest-possible definition of pop music, plus interviews with the world's finest music makers.

Fool's Paradise with Rex
The unsung heroes of rock 'n' roll, presented at 45 RPM: 50s/60s bop, slop, & schlock.

Beastin' The Airwaves! with Keili
Keilidh [kay-lee] (n.) 1. Gaelic word for a musical gathering in celebration.

Beastin' [bee-stihn] (ger., adj.) 1. An unnecessarily extreme reaction. 2. Pwning everyone at video games. 3. Tearin' up some pussy. 4. Really, really, REALLY cool.


Download the Beastin' Boyfriend Application here.


Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg
Popular and Unpopular Music From Around the World


Sunday Programs:

The Glen Jones Radio Programme
featuring X-Ray Burns
The real life alternative radio show where a zonked pair of New Jersey fat boys mix Led Zeppelin with Sinatra while ranting about wrestling and the unmentionable.


Bill Kelly's Black Hole of Rock 'N' Roll
The host of Teenage Wasteland brings you 23 years of obscure '66 punkers and rrreal rock & roll. Garage rock's last stand. I hope Murray the K is pleased down there.

World of Echo with Dave Mandl
Essays and recommended reading & listening lists.


The Bench:
Archival, Fill-in, Off-schedule, & Web-only programs

Advanced D & D with Donna Summer
Breakcore, folk-rock, death metal, dirty 70's disco, raw satanism.

MAC's homepage
The Internet Museum of Flexi/Cardboard/Oddity Records: Once bound by cereal boxes, held in the pages of a magazine, wrapped up in envelopes sent through our postal system or given away casually with some product, these bits of paper and plastic yearned to be set free to fulfill their destiny as... PLAYABLE RECORDS. Come and take an aural and visual journey through a partial history of these strange but true recorded anomolies, brought to you by Mac, host of the Antique Phonograph Music Program.

Beer Hear! with Bob W. and B.R.
Beer Hear! is a weekly program on beer, beer culture and the beer community, heard on WFMU (wfmu.org). There is an accompanying blog at: beerhear.blogspot.com. Beer Hear! is hosted by Bob & B.R., homebrewers, beer judges, and all around beer lovers.

Best Show Gems with Tom Scharpling
Best Show Gems: The Best Of The Best Show On WFMU is a twice-monthly podcast featuring highlights from the full radio show. Classic Scharpling and Wurster calls, amazing phone-ins, random weirdness and more! It's a perfect way for a beginner to get on board, or for a longtime fan to look back and remember when.

Friends of Tom/ The Best Show on WFMU with Tom Sharpling
THE official website for THE BEST SHOW ON WFMU! Check out the Rogues Gallery! Post on the MESSAGE BOARD! Sign up for the Fan Club!

The Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T
The Cherry Blossom Clinic Radio Program, with your hostess Terre T. Find out what's with Terre by visiting her website. Today, playlists; tomorrow, the world!

Codpaste with People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz
Everyone's Favourite Pastetime.

Coffee Break For Heroes & Villains with Noah
Coffee Break For Heroes & Villains is a 3 hour show that predominately showcases independently released hip-hop. You will hear rap records on major labels but they're usually from the late 1980's or early 1990's. Listeners will also find a good amount of rare grooves, Afro-Beat, electronic, soundtracks, reggae and anything that's fitting for the moment.

People Like Us
The internet home of Vicki Bennett, aka People Like Us, aka the hostess of Wednesdays night's "Do or DIY" radio program.

The Homepage for The Firesign Theatre
Dear Dr. Whiplash… Legendary comedy group The Firesign Theatre returns to the air as WFMU presents 16 restored & remastered episodes of their notorious Los Angeles radio series The Firesign Theatre Radio Hour Hour, Dear Friends, and Let’s Eat.

Doug Schulkind
Website for Doug's Give the Drummer Some program, and more.

Greasy Kid Stuff with Belinda and Hova
Sugar-cereal radio, 100% granola-free. Get wired with Belinda and Hova as they guide you and your young-uns through that post-Sugar Bomb buzz.

Skinny Ties and All
Tune in to Hova for a guided tour of the bubblegum factory -- power pop, poppy punk, punky junk, and a little bit o' soul ... not to mention Armenian Mania!

Incorrect Music with Irwin Chusid and Michelle Boulé
A misguided tour of musical outsiders, bumbling celebs, no-hopers, corporate anthems, pop-eyed zealotry, uber-patriots, insufferable kids, Third-Eye Lounge crooners, and a whole range of Frankentunes.

Janitor From Mars with R. Lim
The rallying point for The Janitor from Mars Radio Program.

Kenny G's Hour of Pain
I apologize in advance. It's only an hour.

Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza
A terrifyingly live mix-and-match roving sound collage improvised loopfest of music/words/samples, with euphonic cacophony to soothe and stimulate, going back 20 years. Call in and add your noises and voices. [ON HIATUS]

Midnight Matinee with John Schnall
The soundtrack to that movie that's playing in your mind... The show no longer airs on WFMU, but you can find show descriptions and MP-3 clips here.

Read:My:Back (Mike L's food, music, and radio blog)
Freeform radio with a predilection for planet shattering beats, rumbling guitars, bit mappy electronics, hash hazy strumming, and other related sonics for cultured and urbane criminal types. Please direct all complaints to the attention of our North Bergen office.

Monica
Monica on Facebook.

Mudd Up! with DJ/Rupture
Forward-thinking electronic music, regional sounds from around the world, hip-hop, dancehall, and float. Frequent international guests widen the picture.

Muriel's Treasure with Irwin
An hour of vintage calypso, soca, mento, pan, and related Caribbean genres - and NO reggae (or Belafonte). Sexy and saucy, ribald and raunchy recordings from the 1920s to the 1980s, and occasionally later. Hear tropical and topical chunes from the Duke of Iron, Lord Kitchener, Wilmoth Houdini, The Mighty Sparrow, Lords Invader and Nelson, Atilla the Hun, Terror, Executor, King Radio, and other colorfully named calypsonians of yore. Hosted by the mythical Muriel and a white Jewish guy from the Jersey suburbs. Click here to visit the Muriel's Treasure blog.

Phuj Phactory with Ergo Phizmiz
Bricolage, ballet, soundtracks, antiquarian humour and vintage curios. Music for the howling and passive aggressive librarian lying dormant in us all.

Pseu Braun
That is you can't you know tune in but it's all wrong.

Pseu's Thing With A Hook
Riff rock for riff raff, pop fizzle for the frazzled, chord changes of life for the menopausal teenagers, a safari in the jingle-jangle jungle.

Radio Freetown with DJ Franc O
West African pop music from the 1970s.

The Radio Thrift Shop with Laura Cantrell
Host Laura Cantrell scours the bargain bins, church bazaars and yard sales for those forgotten rekkids of all RPM. Often scratchy, swingy and stringy.

Bob Rixon/ Rix
Discount free form radio since 1981, a screwy poet since 4th grade.

The Time Travel Musical Bazaar, with Ergo Phizmiz & The Travelling Mongoose
The Time Travel Musical Bazaar is a 30 minute slab of improvised junkshop turntablism from Ergo Phizmiz & The Travelling Mongoose. Using found, discarded and forgotten vinyl, three or four portable turntables, and no headphones or form of pre-monitoring, Ergo & the Mongoose take you on a weekly trip back and forward through time with chance, spontaneous collages.

Each podcast will be accompanied by text, images, and occasional
extra audio features on the TTMB blog.


Vortex of Chaos with Bill Zebub
"If we do not acknowledge our dark aspects, they will manifest in harmful ways. Listen to these blackest of songs and purge yourself."

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