Listener Supported Public Media from Fordham University

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Past Listings

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Format: 2014-12-25

Wednesday, October 29th

Monday, October 27th

  • Midnight-2AM, World Cafe.
  • 2-5AM, FUV Music.
  • 5-10AM, FUV Music with Corny O’Connell: Including the Question of The Day.
  • 10AM-2PM, FUV Music with Carmel Holt: Including the FUV Mixtape at Noon.
  • 2-6PM, FUV Music with Dennis Elsas.
  • 6-10PM, FUV Music with Darren DeVivo: Including FUV Live at 9PM.
  • 9PM, FUV Live: Former Portico Quartet member Nick Mulvey released his solo debut, First Mind, earlier this year, and it’s in the running for the prestigious Mercury Prize. Hear a few of the songs live as Nick chats with host Kara Manning in Studio A.
  • 10PM-Midnight, The Alternate Side on FUV with Russ Borris.

Sunday, October 26th

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTown.
  • 4-6AM, American Routes.  [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain Stage: David Wax Museum, Dan Wilson, Chris Smither, Tony Trischka's Great Big World, The Don Juans (feat. Don Henry & Jon Vezner)
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: A conversation with the open-hearted singer-songwriter Catie Curtis about the changes in her life, as reflected in her latest album, Flying Dream.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Megan Scully and Shannon Spillane: Tunes from Dervish, the Chieftains, Grada and many more. At 2 pm, Declan O'Byrne and Brendan Tier will check in with the news and sports from Ireland.
  • 4-5PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: Auld Lang Syne: Songs recalling such great folk icons as Jack Hardy, Jean Redpath, Bill Morrissey and Dave van Ronk. 
  • 5-6PM, Sound Opinions.
  • 6-8PM, American Routes: Produced and hosted by Nick Spitzer in New Orleans, presenting a broad range of American music from jazz to old-time country. 
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty: Vocalists Fanny Brice, Denny Dennis and Ethel Waters. Guest: Peter Mintun.

Saturday, October 25th

  • Midnight-1AM, The Grateful Dead Hour.
  • 1-3AM, World Cafe.
  • 3-6AM, FUV Music.
  • 6-7AM, Sound Opinions.
  • 7-7:30AM, Fordham Conversations with Robin Shannon: This week we examine things that scare us and why. Jim Faro, co-creator of the haunted attraction Blood Manor, talks about designing a haunted house, his love of horror, and how to hire a demon on Craigslist. Fordham University psychology professor Dean McKay talks about studying disgust and a virtual reality experiment designed to help people overcome their phobias.
  • 7:30-8AM, Cityscape with George Bodarky: It’s a topic that a lot of people don’t like to think about, but death is an inevitable reality. Attitudes toward death and dying have changed through the ages, and they continue to evolve. On this week’s Cityscape, we’re looking at death from different perspectives. We'll hear how death is treated in 19th century song, as well as pay a visit to the Morbid Anatomy Museum and Library in Brooklyn. The museum aims to demystify death with its exhibits and lectures.
  • 8-9AM, Míle Fáilte with Seamus Blake: Máire Buí Ní Laoghaire, Bean de Búrca (1774-?)1849) of County Cork, author of “Cath Chéim an Fhia,” a significant woman Poet, whose songs reveal commentary on local historic and political events from the point of view of many of her Irish speaking contemporaries.
  • 9AM-12:20PM, A Thousand Welcomes with Kathleen Biggins. [Due to the Fordham Football game, The Thistle & Shamrock will not air this week.]
  • 12:20-4PM: Fordham University Football + Post-Game Show: The Rams play at Lehigh University. [Listen online]
  • 4-8PM, Mixed Bag with Don McGee.
  • 8-10PM, Vin Scelsa’s Idiot’s Delight.
  • 10-11PM, The Bottomless Pit with Marshall Crenshaw.
  • 11PM-Midnight, UKNY with Kara Manning.

Thursday, October 23rd

Wednesday, October 22nd

Tuesday, October 21st

Monday, October 20th

Sunday, October 19th

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTown.
  • 4-6AM, American Routes.  [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain Stage: Mark O'Connor, Sierra Hull, Cardinal Sons, OCEAN Orchestra, Dave Bing & Ben Townsend
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: A studio session with the musically adventurous violinist-singer-songwriter Jenny Scheinman, backed by Chris Eldridge of the Punch Brothers on guitar.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Megan Scully and Shannon Spillane: Megan and Shannon highlight music about New York. You'll hear from Finbar Furey, Shilelagh Law, the Irish Tenors and many more. 
  • 4-5PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: A Cabaret Carnival: live studio performances by Jeff Harnar, Andrea Marcovicci, KT Sullivan, and introducing Eric Yves Garcia.
  • 5-6PM, Sound Opinions.
  • 6-8PM, American Routes: Produced and hosted by Nick Spitzer in New Orleans, presenting a broad range of American music from jazz to old-time country. 
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty: Bandleaders Roy Fox, Spike Hughes and Roger Wolfe Kahn; vocalist Adelaide Hall; guitarist Eddie Lang; songs of Sam M. Lewis ("Dinah") and Tot Seymour ("Accent on Youth").

Saturday, October 18th

  • Midnight-1AM, The Grateful Dead Hour.
  • 1-3AM, World Cafe.
  • 3-6AM, FUV Music.
  • 6-7AM, Sound Opinions.
  • 7-7:30AM, Fordham Conversations with Robin Shannon: On this week's show, we hear from Kevin Smith Kirkwood, a Broadway Actor and Fordham Alumni, who is currently in the award winning musical Kinky Boots. He shares some behind-the-scenes stories and the inspirations behind his career. We also hear from the Acting Director of Fordham’s London Dramatic Academy, Kathryn Pogson. She discusses the program and some unconventional ways to train young theatre performers.
  • 7:30-8AM, Cityscape with George Bodarky: New York is a city of high-rises, and the buildings here keep getting taller and taller as the years go by. Have you seen the 90-story condo and hotel tower that went up on West 57th Street in Manhattan? It and every other skyscraper in the city would never have gotten off the ground if it weren’t for one invention: the elevator. Without that technological innovation buildings would have likely been stunted at around 6 floors. On this week's Cityscape, we're delving into the history of the elevator with the founder of the Elevator Historical Society in Long Island City, Queens. We'll also be bringing you a couple of other elevator-related segments.
  • 8-9AM, Míle Fáilte with Seamus Blake:  Micheál Coimín, (1688-1760), of County Clare, Irish landowning Protestant and Irish Gaelic Poet, author of “Laoí Oisín ar Thír na nÓg” [The Lay of Oisin about the Land of Youth] and the first embryonic novels in Irish Gaelic.
  • 9AM-Noon, A Thousand Welcomes with Kathleen Biggins.
  • Noon-1PM, The Thistle & Shamrock: More new recordings reveal the latest from established artists and emerging talent.
  • 1-4PM, One on One. New York’s longest running sports call-in show.
  • 4-8PM, Mixed Bag with Don McGee.
  • 8-10PM, Vin Scelsa’s Idiot’s Delight.
  • 10-11PM, The Bottomless Pit with Marshall Crenshaw.
  • 11PM-Midnight, UKNY with Kara Manning.

Thursday, October 16th