WZBC 90.3 FM Newton

Boston College Radio, Chestnut Hill, MA

Currently on air

Medieval Party Mix


Mon 5.00PM–6.00PM

Willie O'Winsburg, Scarborough fair, Folktunez that belong to no one and everyone. Songs that exist mysteriously inside and outside of time, to sing in the fields or while stitchin' a bonnet for a wee bairn.

With Celia


Lou Reed Me A Bedtime Story (ZBC Rock)

Selling Out In New Jersey:"Lou Reed and John Cale (who would play viola, keyboards and bass) lived together on the Lower East Side, and invited Reed's college acquaintance guitarist Sterling Morrison and Cale's neighbour drummer Angus MacLise to join the group, thus forming the Velvet Underground. When the opportunity came to play their first paying gig at Summit High School in Summit, New Jersey, MacLise quit because he believed that accepting money for art was a sellout and also did not want to participate in a structured gig." -Wikipoodia

With Celia

Mon Nov 20th 2017 6.00pm–8.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: eastern


Kronos Quartet “johnny has gone for a soldier”
from folk songs


Jonathan Wilson “ballad of the pines”
from Gentle Spirit (Bella Union www.bellaunion.com 2011)


Ryley Walker “Primrose Green” (Dead Oceans / Hostess 2015)


Pentangle “Once I Had a Sweetheart”
from Basket of Light LP Album (Reprise www.fatpossum.com 1969)


Alex Neilson “Polly on the Shore”
from wooden weavil


Meg Baird “locks and bolts”
from shirley inspired


Angel Olsen “The Blacksmith”
from shirley inspired


Trembling Bells “Adieu, England”
from Abandoned Love CD Album (Honest Jon's 2010)


Offa Rex “The Old Churchyard”
from The Queen of Hearts (Nonesuch)


Steeleye Span “The Blackleg Miner”
from Hark! The Village Wait LP Album (Shanachie 1970)


Fairport Convention “Sir Patrick Spens (Sandy Denny vocal version)”
from Liege and Lief (Deluxe Edition) (Universal/Island)

Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.