Ohm Radio Local Shows
- Tuesdays at 4PM, Wednesdays at 8AM
- Contact: email@example.com
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
The B Section Podcast– Host Brett Belanger dives into instruction and discussions on all aspects of music with an emphasis on Jazz.
- Sundays at 1:30PM
- Contact: email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
- Wednesdays at 3PM
- Sundays at 9PM, Fridays at 8PM
Easy Does It– On the Easy Does It Radio Hour, host Kate Ledbetter keeps the vibes high and the decibels higher while sharing fire tracks from around this glorious globe! Kate diligently and delightedly researches music history and musician’s stories. Illustrating music’s profound ability to connect people while working with the “Easy Does It” mantra Kate creates an hour of thoughtfully curated music, a message of open-minded acceptance and nothing short of a love fest. See you on the other side!
- Thursdays at 5PM, Saturdays at 7PM
- Contact: email@example.com
- Tuesdays at 3PM
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hans FM– Jam out to alternative tunes and vintage rock, often with a theme! Tune in for your dose of rock classics and music history.
- Mondays at 9AM, Thursdays at 7PM
- Contact: email@example.com
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
The Music Scene– Candid conversations, hosted by Keady, with the figures of the Charleston Music Scene!
- Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1PM
Raising the Volume– The Charleston Gaillard Center presents Raising the Volume, a conversation on music, race, art, activism, and community curated by Artists-in-Residence Marcus Amaker and Charlton Singleton. In Raising the Volume, Charleston’s Poet Laureate Amaker and Grammy Award winner Singleton explore issues through open, honest dialogue. The series begins with Amaker and Singleton examining their own experiences with racism as artists. Each subsequent conversation is led by either Amaker or Singleton having in-depth conversations with local Black leaders, educators, business owners, and artists.
- Sundays at 11AM
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
The Scientist’s Laboratory– DJ Matt Jones hosts a show with multi-genre dissection of music. Barbershop humor sprinkled in with current events, funky fresh and habit forming. Tune in to the lab for pure random unadulterated madness with The Scientist
- Tuesday at 8PM, Fridays at 7PM
- Contact: email@example.com
- Wednesdays and Fridays at 1PM
- Mondays at 5PM
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel Notes– Hosted by Grace McNally, Travel Notes is a show that explores the world via its’ musical traditions. From the deserts of Northern Africa to the beaches of Brazil, listeners will travel to the far corners of the globe learning about and experiencing new music all while making connections between different culture’s musical styles and traditions. Pack your bags Charleston, our next trip is just around the corner!
- Mondays at 4:30 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
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
Your Wealth in Your Wellness– Join Mr. Wellbeing (Marcus Stevenson) and Mr. Open80 (Lloyd Hale) 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!
- Tuesdays at 12 PM
Bioneers– This series features “the Bioneers” – social and scientific innovators with breakthrough solutions for people and planet. It’s leading-edge – charismatic – provocative – hopeful – timely and timeless. These are ardent voices of brilliant visionaries with both feet on the ground. They span the arc of the human endeavor transforming today’s crises into a future environment of hope. Produced by Bioneers, an internationally acclaimed nonprofit educational organization.
- Saturdays at 11 AM
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 6-9 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 8 AM
Climate One- Climate One is a one-hour weekly public radio program (newscast compatible) about energy, economy and the environment from Climate One at the Commonwealth Club of California. Each week listeners will get a candid discussion among climate scientists, policy makers, activists and concerned citizens, hosted by Climate One founder Greg Dalton.
- Wednesdays at 9 AM
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
Deep Threes– Deep Threes is the weekly radio show that brings you eclectic instrumental soundscapes that fuse jazz, electronica, soundtracks, modern classical, experimental music, and more into extended mixes. “Deep” is a nod to the deep tracks of heard on freeform radio. “Threes” refers to the MP3s that fill up our hard drives and computing clouds.
- Saturdays from 9-11 PM
Democracy Now!– A daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues. On Democracy Now!, you’ll hear a diversity of voices speaking for themselves, providing a unique and sometimes provocative perspective on global events.
- Monday-Friday at 11AM and 6PM
Feminine Fusion– Feminine Fusion is a weekly syndicated radio program produced in the WCNY studios that highlights the influence of women in classical music. These are the women throughout history and into the present day who create, perform, and inspire.
- Saturdays at 7 PM
Global Village– An eclectic, world music-based radio show featuring the latest in world music new releases, classic tracks. a wide variety of artists from nearly every genre with world influences, monthly concert series, in-depth features & specials.
- Sundays at 7 PM
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
Harvesting Happiness– A Positive Psychology Podcast for Your Pursuit of Happiness and Sustainable Well-being. Tune-in to Harvesting Happiness Talk Radio and hear what our podcast host, Lisa Cypers Kamen, and other experts have to say about what it takes to sustain a healthy lifestyle, improve interpersonal relationships at home and in the workplace, and maintain true happiness throughout your lifetime.
- Fridays at 9 AM
Kelly Corrigan Wonders– A former newspaper columnist and four time bestselling author, Kelly wonders about loads of stuff: is knowing more always good? Can we trust our gut? How does change actually happen? We only book nice people who have a sense of humor and know things worth knowing. Each episode ends with Kelly’s shortlist of takeaways, appropriate for refrigerator doors, bulletin boards and notes to your children.
- Sundays at 2 PM
Jazz With David Basse- Jazz with David Basse surveys jazz’s wide range of forms and influences. You’ll hear everything from roots music and rare classic cuts to blues, Latin and the latest releases. Drawing on his lifelong experience as a jazz musician and recording artist, David punctuates his handpicked tracks with insights, anecdotes and interview snippets that bring to life the quintessential American musical genre.
- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 PM
The Latin Alternative- Co-hosted by two of the genre’s leading experts, Josh Norek (co-founder of the Latin Alternative Music Conference and frontman of Latino-Jewish rap group Hip Hop Hoodíos) and Ernesto Lechner (contributing writer for Rolling Stone, LA Times, & Chicago Tribune and author of the book ‘Rock en Español: The Latin Alternative Rock Explosion’). The program focuses on crossover-friendly Latin rock, electronic, funk and hip-hop artists, as well as interviews with such key acts as Ozomatli, Jaguares, Ana Tijoux, Calle 13 and Diego Garcia.
- Sundays at 4 PM
Millennium of Music– The sources and mainstreams of European music for the thousand years before the birth of Bach: a Millennium of Music.
- Sundays at 6 AM
Mixtape with Pat Brickson– Relive the excitement of the cassette era mix tape! Each week is a different theme and a set of songs to match that theme. “I call my show the Mixtape because I choose a theme for each show and play a bunch of songs to match that theme. A lot like the mix tapes I used to create back in the cassette era. My tastes are pretty broad so you’ll get a chance to check out a variety of pop music styles. I may even have a guest co-host from time to time just to shake things up. If you want to hear something unique then this is the radio show for you. Just make sure to have your cassette cued up and ready to record!” – Pat Brickson, host
- Saturdays at 4 PM
- Fridays at 1 AM
Musician’s Spotlight-Voted “Best Non-Commercial Program” by the Montana Broadcaster’s Association, Musician’s Spotlight is a weekly, prerecorded, 60 minute program featuring music and conversation by a wide range of musicians and groups. The program is hosted and produced by John Floridis, in association with Montana Public Radio.
- Mondays at 4 PM
Philosophy Talk– Produced by KALW on behalf of Stanford University, as part of its Humanities Outreach Initiative, and is a show that celebrates the value of the examined life. Each week, their philosophers invite you to join them in conversation on a wide variety of issues ranging from popular culture to our most deeply-held beliefs about science, morality, and the human condition. Philosophy Talk challenges listeners to identify and question their assumptions and to think about things in new ways.
- Mondays at 9 AM
The Pulse– The Pulse is a show for curious people who ask: “Yeah, why is that?” Often surprising and always captivating, The Pulse makes science and discovery personal. Produced at WHYY in Philadelphia, the show features scientists, doctors, innovators and storytelling from across the country.
- Thursdays at 9 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
With Good Reason– With Good Reason brings together higher education institutions and Virginia Humanities to make scholarly research accessible to all. Each week, we share exciting discoveries, rigorous debates, and new knowledge, with ever-curious host Sarah McConnell guiding the conversation.
- Sundays at 2 PM