WCUW 91.3 FM

United States

WCUW, 91.3 FM, is a non-commercial, community access radio station owned and operated by WCUW, Inc., an independent, educational corporation dedicated to the exploration and improvement of the communications media in the Central New England area. WCUW seeks to inform, entertain and enlighten. We seek to make a positive difference in the lives of the people of Central New England: - striving to involve those communities typically under-represented by the media in programming and operations; - providing responsible community members access to the facilities and training, regardless of race, creed, sex, life style, or age; - educating the community about local issues; - supporting local artists, activities and culture; - promoting awareness of global culture and issues; - fostering creative freedom and experimentation in the use of the communications media; - operating the station through participatory democracy; - and participating in the National Federation of Community Broadcasters.

Today’s Schedule

  • LIVE @ 9:00 AM
  • Celtic Connection Hr. 1 Pat Moriarty and Louis Garcia alternate Sunday hosting duties on The Celtic Connection featuring a wide variety of traditional and folk music from Ireland, Scotland and the other Celtic nations. Hosted by Patrick Moriarty ~ patrickmoriarty@wcuw.org and Louis Garcia ~ louisgarcia@wcuw.org - British Isles,Celtic / Irish,Scottish,Traditional,World
    LIVE @ 10:00 AM
  • LIVE @ 12:00 PM
  • LIVE @ 1:00 PM
  • Sunday Afternoon Polka Party Hr. 1 Tune in for all your favorite polka music. Alternating hosts: Jack Mileski ~ Jasiu@wcuw.org Walter Nosek ~ walternosek@wcuw.org
    LIVE @ 2:00 PM
  • LIVE @ 4:00 PM
  • LIVE @ 5:00 PM
  • Saptaswar Hr. 1 Saptaswar (Sapta = Seven; swar = musical notes) Saptaswar highlights the various musical styles of India and the creativity of the modern Indian musician in blending these various styles with Western music to produce the unique sound of Bollywood. The radio program is on Sunday nights from 6pm to 8pm, and airs an hour (6-7pm) of Indian music of various genres with particular emphasis on a mix of vocal and instrumental traditional Carnatic and Hindustani compositions, folk songs, and East-West fusion music. The second hour 7-8pm is a mix of Bollywood and movie songs of various Indian languages with particular emphasis on interspersing memorable oldies with electrifying new numbers. There are on-air and in-studio interviews, live broadcast of music performances hosted by Saptaswar, and provides a media-outlet for many community events. The hosts are greatly appreciative and thank the community for their continued support. Mohan Somasundaran – mohansomasundaran@wcuw.org A faculty at the UMASS Medical School in Worcester, Massachusetts my passion for Indian Classical and Contemporary music was behind the launching of the radio program “Saptaswar” in 1990. I became a volunteer at WCUW 91.3FM community radio because it provided an excellent opportunity to showcase the rich musical heritage of Indian music which is influenced or has influenced music of non-Indian communities and culture. For that reason I structure the show with a blend of music that caters to listening-community at-large emphasizing the universality of music which transcends international boundaries of language, culture, and geography. My co-hosts and all other dedicated volunteers are behind the success of the station, and now that all programs are streamed live at WCUW.org, our message is heard not just in Worcester but also all across the globe. I also encourage the participation of members of the community by either calling-in to the studio or visiting the studio to share their talents with the community. With the same drive to contribute and give back to the community, in 2000 I brought together very talented musicians from within the Indian community of New England area under the “Saptaswar: Music Group with a Cause” banner. We perform in public and private venues in the New England area. I can be contacted at chakravakam@hotmail.com Sagar Kathuria - My interest in music began in India with classical based Bollywood songs of Asha Bhonsle, Lata Mangeshkar and Geeta Dutt and the very unique style of KL Saigal. I moved to Worcester nearly 12 years ago and have had the wonderful experience of hosting Saptaswar along with my co-hosts for over half that time. My taste in music has evolved since, to include Indian classical, Jazz and fusion music based on Indian ragas. I am a scientist by profession; I enjoy the outdoors; and am passionate about Indian art and history. To me, Saptaswar is a means of displaying the culture and heritage of India to the local community. Rajoo Ananth – rajooanantheh@wcuw.org I am a fun-loving youthful guy and have enjoyed co-hosting Saptaswar at WCUW since 1990. I bring my mix of Bollywood, Marathi, Gujarathi and South Indian music to share with the listening audience. I invite members of the community to discuss cultural and topical events and thus, showcase the value of WCUW Community radio. I constantly strive to serve 5 meaningful daily deeds to assist others. I have been engaging in Community activities as Justice of Peace, Notary Public, Shrewsbury Constable, tennis training, to name a few.
    LIVE @ 6:00 PM
  • LIVE @ 7:00 PM
  • LIVE @ 8:00 PM
  • LIVE @ 9:00 PM
  • LIVE @ 10:00 PM
  • Radio of Horror Hr. 2 A program for fans of horror films, video games, music, toys and such. News, talk, information and interviews focussed on this unique genre. If you like things that go bump in the night then this program is for you. Hosted by Dr. Chris ~ chrisdenmead@wcuw.org
    LIVE @ 11:00 PM


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