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Format: 2014-04-19

Friday, February 7th

Thursday, February 6th

Wednesday, February 5th

Tuesday, February 4th

Monday, February 3rd

  • Midnight-2AM, World Cafe.
  • 2-5AM, FUV Music.
  • 5-10AM, FUV Music Mornings with Corny O’Connell: Including the Question of The Day.
  • 10AM-2PM, FUV Music Middays with Carmel Holt: Including the FUV Mixtape at Noon.
  • 2-6PM, FUV Music Afternoons with Dennis Elsas.
  • 6-10PM, FUV Music Evenings with Darren DeVivo: Including FUV Live at 9PM.
  • 7PM, FUV Live Broadcast: [Cancelled due to weather] With her new album Slow Phaser out tomorrow, Nicole Atkins performs an FUV Live show from Rockwood Music Hall. Russ Borris hosts.
  • 9PM, FUV Live: It’s a favorite 2013 Studio A session with chamber-pop band San Fermin, celebrating the release of the band's debut album. Hosted by Carmel Holt.
  • 10PM-Midnight, The Alternate Side on FUV with Russ Borris.

Sunday, February 2nd

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTown City and Colour / Birds of Chicago.
  • 4-6AM, American Routes.  [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain Stage Robben Ford, Vintage Trouble, Steve Forbert, Milo Greene, Mieka Pauley.
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: A 70th birthday salute to Al Kooper, founder of the Blues Project and Blood Sweat & Tears, solo artist, and producer; also a studio session with Darlingside, a Massachusetts-based indie folk quartet.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Tara Cuzzi and Megan Scully: Tune into Ceol na nGael today to hear music from Cherish The Ladies, Kate Rusby, Lunasa, and many more!
  • 4-5PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: Artist Direct: New Songs submitted by the singers themselves, including Michael Jerling, Lydia Adams Davis, Spuyten Duyvil, et.al.
  • 5-6PM, Sound Opinions.
  • 6-8PM, American RoutesThis week on American Routes we're exploring the life of the cowboy. Wylie Gustafson might be better known as the man behind the Yahoo yodel, but we'll talk ranching and horses, as well as music. Then we'll visit with Creole cowboy Geno Delafose to learn how he mixes zydeco with cattle raising. Plus a couple of Cracker cowboys share tales of cow-hunting, and lots of music to get you out on the trail.
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty: Vocalists Dolly Dawn, Hildegarde and Irving Kaufman; band leader Irving Aaronson; songs of Eubie Blake ("Memories of You"), Haven Gillespie ("Drifting and Dreaming") and Burton Lane ("Everything I Have is Yours").

Saturday, February 1st

  • 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: Human trafficking is often associated with large sporting events, like the Super Bowl. So in preparation for the game, the Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment has joined a number of groups who are working to raise awareness about the issue and deter this form of modern day slavery. Sister Pat Daly is a Dominican Sister of Caldwell and Executive Director of the Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment. She’s joined by Margot Morris, the Associate Program Director of the organization. We also hear from Kate Combellick, a clinical associate professor of communications and media management at the Fordham Schools of Business. She explains the possible economic reasons someone may become a victim of human trafficking.
  • 7:30-8AM, Cityscape with George Bodarky: Sunday is Groundhog Day, and the nation will watch as Punxsutawney Phil emerges to predict the coming of Spring before diving back underground. New York City’s underground looks a little different from a groundhog’s burrow, with miles of tunnels and infrastructure that lie deep beneath the city’s surface. On this week's Cityscape, we’re headed underground to explore the New York that exists just beneath our feet, from subway tunnels to buried historical treasures.
  • 8-9AM, Míle Fáilte with Seamus Blake: Bríd, Irish Goddess; Brighid, Saint  [along with Patrick and Colm Cille]; Bridget, in the 19th century United States, frequently used as the name for any Irish woman working for the upper and middle classes whether that was or was not her name.
  • 9AM-Noon, A Thousand Welcomes with Kathleen Biggins.
  • Noon-1PM, The Thistle & ShamrockJean Redpath: Fiona Ritchie met up with Jean Redpath to reminisce about her five decades of recording and performing, including her role as a great interpreter of the songs of Robert Burns. Enjoy the singing and anecdotes of a music legend.
  • 1-4PM, One on One. New York’s longest running sports call-in show.
  • 4-8PM, Mixed Bag with Don McGee. [Online only beginning at 6:55PM. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 6:55-9PM, Fordham University Men's Basketball: Fordham vs. University of Rhode Island. [Listen to: music, sports]
  • 8-10PM, Vin Scelsa’s Idiot’s Delight. [Begins online only and will be joined in progress on 90.7FM following the game. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 10-11PM, The Bottomless Pit with Marshall Crenshaw.
  • 11PM-Midnight, UKNY with Kara Manning.

Thursday, January 30th

Wednesday, January 29th

  • Midnight-2AM, World Cafe.
  • 2-5AM, FUV Music.
  • 5-10AM, FUV Music Mornings with Corny O’Connell: Including the Question of The Day.
  • 10AM-2PM, FUV Music Middays with Carmel Holt: Including the FUV Mixtape at Noon.
  • 2-6PM, FUV Music Afternoons with Paul Cavalconte.
  • 6-10PM, FUV Music Evenings with Darren DeVivo: Including FUV Live at 9PM. [Online only at 6:55PM. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 6:55-9PM, Fordham University Men’s Basketball: Fordham at Virginia Commonweath University. [On 90.7FM. FUV Music continues online. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 9PM, FUV Live: Alisa Ali hosts a Studio A session with indie-folk singer Matthew Daniel Siskin, better known as Gambles.
  • 10PM-Midnight, The Alternate Side on FUV with Russ Borris.

Tuesday, January 28th

Monday, January 27th

Sunday, January 26th

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTownLaura Marling/Phosphorescent
  • 4-6AM, American Routes.  [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain StageAsleep at the Wheel, Larry Keel & Natural Bridge, Lunasa, The Down Hill Strugglers, Kate Campbell.
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: A studio session with Wool & Grant, a duo comprised of veteran New York singer-songwriters Ina May and Bev Grant.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-2PM, Fordham University Men’s Basketball: Fordham at University of Massachusetts. [On 90.7FM. Ceol na nGael begins online only. Listen to: music, sports]
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Tara Cuzzi and Megan Scully: Today we'll be playing tunes from Danu, The Chieftains, Girsa and many more! We'll check in with Declan and Brendan at 2pm for the news and sports from Ireland and have the community bulletin boards at 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30. [Online only until 2PM. Listen to: music, sports]
  • 4-6PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: The Woody's Children 45th Anniversary Concert with David Amram, Tom Chapin, Christine Lavin, Holly Near, Tom Paxton, et al.  [Sound Opinions will not air]
  • 6-8PM, American Routes.
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty: Band leader Isham Jones; violinist Stephane Grappelli; pianist James P. Johnson; vocalists Eddie Cantor and Elsie Carlisle; songs of Buddy DeSylva ("The Best Things in Life Are Free"), Herman Hupfeld ("As Time Goes By"), Jerome Kern ("Make Believe"), Sammy Lerner ("Judy") and Harry Ruby ("Three Little Words").

Saturday, January 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 take a literary trip through the gritty streets of the South Bronx with Fordham professor Dr. Mark Naison and his new book, Pure Bronx. It’s a story about a young couple and the means they use to try and escape the poverty, desperation, and frustration that can sometimes come with living in New York City’s poorest borough. There’s also a cast of characters that provide an opportunity for the reader to see the South Bronx through a variety of different, ethnic points of view.
  • 7:30-8AM, Cityscape with George Bodarky: New York is home to a lot of survivors; big and small. So it’s no surprise that a super weather-resistant cockroach has found its way to the Big Apple. The non-native species was recently discovered on the elevated park in Lower Manhattan known as The High Line. That finding got us thinking about other survivors that live among us. On this week's Cityscape, we're talking with folks who’ve endured extreme circumstances and lived to tell about them.
  • 8-9AM, Míle Fáilte with Seamus Blake: Liam O’Flaherty [Ó Flaithearta] (1896-1984), well known for his novel, The Informer, made into film, and frequently seen on late-night American TV; his short stories in Irish are still considered masterworks. The manuscript of his long-lost play in Irish, Dorchadas [Darkness], recently discovered in Kansas, has just been published revealing how censorship wounded this fine writer.
  • 9AM-Noon, A Thousand Welcomes with Kathleen Biggins.
  • Noon-1PM, The Thistle & Shamrock: New Winter Sounds: Fiona Ritchie introduces new releases from debuting artists that have caught her ear as well as favorite players who have helped to define the genre.
  • 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.