Ohm Radio Local Shows
ArtHaus Radio –Hosted by Artist and Filmmaker Bo Bartlett, Inspired by Old-Time local radio shows like WRBL’s Cuzin’ Al, Bo takes us on a weekly musical journey through an eclectic mix across a broad range of musical genres.
- Sundays at 11AM
Banned in SC- Hosted by Jonathan Shankle from the Holy City of Charleston, SC, Banned in SC is your weekly exploration of all things LOUD!
- Mondays at 10PM
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Black History Talks– Dr. Bernard Powers is the founding director of the College of Charleston’s Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston and a professor emeritus of history at the university. He’s an expert on African American history and culture and the role of slavery in American history. During his show, Dr. Powers walks listeners through the importance of studying black history while highlighting our nation’s most honorable black historians.
- Mondays at 12PM
- Contact: PowersB@cofc.edu
Cafe International: Join host Dan Rosenberg on a radio series featuring interviews with musicians from around the world, from Fatoumata Diawara to Goran Bregovic where we learn about folk music and its history
- Sundays at 9AM
The Charleston Business Hour – The Charleston Business Hour is an opportunity for local businesses to share their mission, vision and message with the Charleston community.
- Mondays at 11AM
City Paper News Update – Charleston City Paper offers weekly news highlights that summarize the leading news, music and culture stories in every issue. Tune in every Friday at 10:30 a.m
The Charleston Time Machine – Charleston Time Machine is a podcast and illustrated blog created by Dr. Nic Butler, historian at theCharleston County Public Library. Drawing forgotten stories from archival sources, Dr. Butler explores the less familiar corners of local history with a broad range of stories that highlight connections between past and present in the Lowcountry of South Carolina.
Dancing in the Dark– Turn down the lights, slip off your shoes, and go dancing in the dark with with host Matt Williams, as he plays mellow rock-n-roll tracks along with some atmospheric, funk.
- Thursdays at 8PM, Saturdays at 8PM
- Contact: email@example.com
Disco Teepee- Each month, Disco Teepee is going to be a gathering spot for different music, moods, and musicians. It’s a community that you can find wherever you go for those that live a nomadic life, constantly on the road chasing the next show, concert, or festival. So while you’re here, wherever you are, host Meggie Hulsey will make sure to keep you dancing like you’re at your own disco.
- Saturdays at 11AM
Divine Dance Party– Hosted by Cathryn the Grateful, Divine Dance Party is all about music and movement. Cathryn’s joy generator is movement as medicine – dancing through life. She has a dance sanctuary in her home on James Island near Charleston, SC where she hosts global DIVINE DANCE PARTY as well as intimate group dance and individual movement healing.
- Mondays at 1:30PM & Wednesdays at 3PM
Dr. Mellotron – Join Doctor Mellotron — but please, call him Doc Mello — on his 8th dimensional excursions through the music of the ’60s and ’70s.
- Fridays at 12PM
Gullah Voices – Hosted by Lynnette White from local Gullah gospel group, The Plantation Singers, ‘Gullah Voices’ is a show that seeks to educate and celebrate the rich cultural, historical and musical traditions of the Gullah Geechee people.
- Fridays at 12PM
Interstellar Refugee Hour with Mez– We are all interstellar refugees. Celestial beings made of stars here in physical and spiritual form, growing, learning, traveling, feeling, and searching for something – love, acceptance, hope, happiness, success – a place and state of mind we call home. The Interstellar Refugee Hour is hosted by Mez, a DJ and visual artist who blends indie rock, electronica, dance, and much more into an hour-long journey into the soul and throughout the cosmos. There’s a whole multiverse of music out there, and different genres affect the brain in different ways – causing differing cascades of hormones, triggering neurons to fire, calling up specific memories, and giving rise to disparate waves of emotion. Mez’s show creates a soundscape to share his love of music with his fellow interstellar refugees. Tune in, -headphones on – sit back, stand up, dance, and enjoy the journey.
- Fridays at 9PM
Just Imagine- Connecting the dots between creativity, culture and community with hosts Stephanie Hunt and Eliza Ingle.
- First Thursday of the month at 1PM
Kickin it with Kate – Come Kick it with Kate on Fridays where we will listen to artists and bands coming to Charleston, as well as insight on live music in our community.
- Fridays at 1:30Pm
Lambic Lounge – Join the gentlemen from The Whale Craft Beer Collective as they dive into their favorite beers and music of the week on Lambic Lounge.
Live and Local– Playing all local music, chatting with artists, and talking about what is going on in the Charleston Music Community!
- Tuesday-Friday at 2PM
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Off Key– Off Key is a radio show that delves into the stories behind popular music. Not the usual bio trivia show, Off Key hopes to reveal the lesser known backgrounds of music everybody knows. Interspersed between the bizarre, surprising, humorous, and at times, criminal tales are snippets of relevant songs. Hosted by Nate and Jeff Yungman.
- Saturdays at 12 Pm & Thursdays at 4PM
PechaKucha 42: A Sneak Peek – In this mini series leading up to PechaKucha 42, Terry Fox interviews the presenters and shares more about the philosophy and spirit behind the PechaKucha series.
PechaKucha, Japanese for “chit chat,” is a presentation style in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (6 minutes and 40 seconds in total) keeping presentation concise, fast-paced, and powerful. Charleston Music Hall is proud to be the official venue and producer of PechaKucha Charleston. The Music Hall, with help from our collaborators Charleston Arts Festival and artist liaison Terry Fox, hopes to focus on developing a strong, interesting, and diverse presenter line up from an array of different artistic, creative, and entrepreneurial disciplines and encourage collaboration, communication, and support in Charleston’s creative community.
- Monday August 21st at 2:30PM; Wednesday August 23rd at 2:30PM; Wednesday August 30th at 2:30PM; Wednesday September 6th at 2:30PM; Monday August 11th at 2:30PM
Rappy Hour– Hosted by Zach Giglio, Rappy Hour is a show for rap fans and for anyone who wants to dive into the Hip/Hop and Rap world with a curated playlist. Featured 3PM on Fridays to get your weekend rolling!
- Fridays at 3 PM
Ritmo Latino –Welcome to Ritmo Latino with Marcela, it is a short break with conversations, music and Latin culture. Why? Because Latino/ Hispanic music and cultures are so big, rich and diverse that it is worth sharing. Tune in to hear latin music, interviews and scopes about the new singers and songwriters.
- Tuesdays at 2PM
Say It Ain’t Soul- A soulful blend of rock, pop, reggae, rhythm and blues. Anything goes as long as it’s got soul.
- Saturdays at 5PM
SURGE Radio- Calling all natureheads and futuremakers! Join us for aspirational, eco futurist visions of what the Lowcountry could be, as well as deep dives into pressing local environmental and climate issues with Charleston’s greenest champions.
- Fridays at 12PM
The Farmers Hall Pass– Join us as we spin tracks from artists coming to the Charleston Music Hall and the Music Farm. From Americana, to Hip Hop we have something for everyone. We hope to educate and enlighten you on the great bands and musical acts coming to town.
- Every other Tuesday at 1PM
- ArchiveThe Red Room– Imagine walking through a big red door into a place that’s very cozy and intimate with outstanding vibes. Where you can hear your favorite R&B music, Hip-Hop, and more. A place that takes away all your troubles and allows you to be in the presence of your wildest imaginations. A place known as The Red Room, hosted by Charleston, South Carolina native, DJ Fre4k.
- Saturdays at 9PM
Tuned In – Welcome to “Tuned In” with host Tatum Shepard. A show where you let your voice be the guide as you vote for your favorite tunes each week. Not only will we enjoy the music, we will do a deep dive into the stories of the songs, and the artists that brought them to life.
- Fridays at 10AM
Small Talks, Big Ideas– Get to know the Lowcountry’s local-independent business community, one changemaker at a time. “Small Talks, Big Ideas with Steve” is a podcast that features local business insights and updates, alongside interviews with members, sponsors, and supporters.
- Mondays at 12:30 PM
The Tapers Section– The Tapers Section is a show dedicated to live music recording. Most notably in the Jam Band circuit; with somewhat of a focus on shows recorded in and around the Charleston area. The latter portion of the show is devoted to local artists and their live performances.
- Fridays at 5PM
- Contact: email@example.com
They Call Me Luv – TheyCallMeLuv is about pushing others to recognize their gifts and talents that are within them to be able to push them into their purpose. Luvie will sit with a guest who has helped her recognize her own gifts and is currently walking in their purpose and can help others do so as well. This weekly show is sure to bring motivation and education into growing into the best you and getting the push to use those gifts that may have been ignored.
- Sundays at 5PM and Thursdays at 9PM
- Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12noon
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Under the Covers – An exploration of Interpretation: Discover alternative versions and visions of songs you may otherwise know in more familiar styles
- Mondays at 7PM and Thursdays at 5PM
I Like My Tea Sweet–Welcome to I Like My Tea Sweet: an open forum for discussions, questions, ; a tool for collective organizing and porch-like conversations about art and culture with Victoria Rae and Rayn of TINYisPOWERFUL.
Indie Sunrise –Welcome to Indie Sunrise where we’ll jump start your best day in the Lowcountry and beyond.
Hi-lighting the best music out of Charleston, reminiscing on sure-fire classics, AND turning you on to something brand new, Indie sunrise spreads community updates, the best in new music, and all the while keeps listeners engaged and made to feel like they are part of a community conversation. This isn’t a playlist from someone’s Spotify. This is YOUR local station. Stay present, sip that coffee, and nod your head with Indie Sunrise.
- Friday at 9AM
Total Devastation-Total Devastation will focus on a full spectrum of emotional phenomena with an emphasis on the overlap of post punk/new wave with earlier hip hop around the late 70s and early 80s. A large portion of Total Devastation will involve the 5 boroughs of NYC, but we’ll travel all over listening to artists who were among the first pushing for originality. There will be current indie hits with several layers of rhythm with elements of nearly every genre. Interesting factoids and artistic connections abound. Join Angry Dave every Friday.
- Friday 2-3 PM
Travel Notes– Hosted by Grace McNally, Travel Notes is a show that uses music as a medium to explore the world and ways in which we are all connected. Listeners will travel to the far corners of the globe – listening to people & musicians who illustrate the richness of the culture, music and similarities between seemingly different parts of the world. Pack your bags Charleston, our next trip is just around the corner!
- Mondays at 5:00 PM
- Contact: email@example.com
Tributes– Host Garrett Garnos highlights and documents the prolific music careers of various noteworthy artists. From The Beatles to James Brown, this show is sure to entertain and educate with an extra dose of personality!
- Wednesdays at 7PM, Thursday at 8AM
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Untied Boots Show with Alex Boutzalis- The Untied Boots show hosted by Alex Boutzalis is a show that explores Alex’s favorite music. He will explore new genres and will have new and exciting music for y’all each week. The Untied Boots show hopes to expand your music catalogue and expose all listeners to new music.
- Fridays 1:00PM
Up and Adam– Hosted by Adam Chandler, Up & Adam is an engaging weekly music show featuring a fun and adventurous mix of classic and contemporary tunes ranging from folk to funk with lots of great stuff in between!
- Tuesday at 8AM, Wednesday at 5PM
- Contact: email@example.com
VeraNation Radio- VeraNation Radio is where music + storytelling collide. A global showcase of music with narrative depth. Occasionally featuring VeraNation creative clientele.
What Women Bring: A Closer Look – LaVanda Brown, executive director, of YWCA Greater Charleston, spends some one-on-one time with What Women Bring Honorees to get a closer look into what drives and motivates them to excel in their lives and career and give back to their communities.
Where in the World is Carmen? Welcome to where in the world is Carmen! Every week we will take a trip somewhere different. Whether that be in another era or country. Along with music we will also be bringing in guests from all over as well as guests from right here in Charleston. You won’t want to miss it!
- Mondays at 2:30PM
Your Wealth in Your Wellness– Join Mr. Wellbeing (Marcus Stevenson) for Wealth in Your Wellness! Learn about Self Advocacy, Recovery Education, and WRAP- the Wellness Recovery Action Plan.
Ohm Radio Syndicated Shows
Acoustic Café– Acoustic Café is a two hour weekly radio show, and an independent media production of RDR Radio, LLC. The program is produced and hosted by Rob Reinhart, who started the show in 1995. Each week, listeners around the globe tune in to Acoustic Café to hear the latest from today’s great songwriting talents. It’s hard to put a definitive label on Acoustic Café’s music selections. After all, a good song is a good song… any individual set of music could contain a bit of country, rock, blues, folk, pop… and more!
Blues Before Sunrise– Blues Before Sunrise showcases blues as part of a cultural landscape that includes jump and jive, rhythm and blues, swing, doo wop, gospel, comedy, and recitation, and never is the music presented as kitsch or retro fashion in the way that some music has been exploited and trivialized.
- Sundays from 7-9 AM
Children’s Hour– The Children’s Hour Inc is a New Mexico based non-profit organization that creates broadcast media that is educational, entertaining, and engaging, and also includes kids who participate in its creation. The Children’s Hour produces and distributes high-quality children’s media, that’s cultivated through community involvement and immersion. This award-winning kids’ public radio program can be heard on public radio stations across the United States and Canada.
- Saturdays at 9 AM
Classical Guitar Alive! –Classical Guitar Alive! features great music and fascinating interviews with many of the world’s leading guitar performers and composers. Join host Tony Morris for Classical Guitar Alive!, an unabashedly enthusiastic and fast-paced romp through the classical repertory of the world’s most-played musical instrument. Classical Guitar Alive highlights a vast repertoire of music ranging from Medieval through present-day solo, chamber, and orchestral music with guitar. In addition to presenting works by American performers and composers, the program also explores guitar-related music of other cultures.The program has been acclaimed by both critics and the public alike, and has been applauded by artists as diverse as Yale University professor of music Benjamin Verdery and ex-Led Zeppelin rock guitarist Jimmy Page.
- Tuesdays at 7PM
Days Like Nights– In the DAYS like NIGHTS radio show, Eelke Kleijn plays a selection of his favourite records of the moment. He also plays recorded live mixes from his gigs around the world. Recent guests include Nick Warren, Jan Blomqvist, Petar Dundov, Dominik Eulberg, Budakid and Mees Salomé among others.
- Sundays at 1 AM
Grateful Dead Hour– A weekly audio postcard from the wide musical world of the Grateful Dead. Since 1985, the show has featured exclusive interviews, music from the roots and branches of the band’s musical family tree, and of course a generous helping of unreleased live and studio recordings.
- Wednesdays at 12PM
Music in The Air– Music in the Air is an incredible travel into house, deep house and nu-disco sound selected by Villahangar’ s Djs and the best house Djs.
- Fridays at 1 AM
Redolence Radio– Redolence Radio is the weekly podcast of Redolent Music, a new label founded by DJ Chus and La Santa, that represents a multi-cultural and eclectic group of new talented producers from all over the world. Redolent Music is the reminiSCENT of ancient tribal dance music, ethnic deep sounds, evocative rhythms, suggestive vocals, and scented drums that bring them into a modern Electronic Music realm.
- Saturdays at 1 AM
NPR TED Radio Hour – Exploring the biggest questions of our time with the help of the world’s greatest thinkers. Host Manoush Zomorodi inspires us to learn more about the world, our communities, and most importantly, ourselves.
- Thursdays at 11 AM