Question of the Day
Join us weekday mornings with your response to the WFUV Question of the Day. Click the image below for today's.
Today is the anniversary of the birth of Dr. Benjamin Spock (no, not Mr. Spock!) who, for decades, was the foremost authority on child-rearing. We celebrate with songs by, for, or about babies and children. Do they drive you crazy or do they keep you sane? Let us know in today's Question of the Day.
Text or email your name and hometown to firstname.lastname@example.org and you just might hear your song on the air!
What did we play? Click and find out!
It might be the middle of spring, but the weather is indicating otherwise. Since we never did a set of spring songs, we want you to celebrate spring or summer, your pick! Is this weather just too hot for this time of year? Tell us in today's Question of the Day.
Here is today's playlist:
Is it just too hot for spring?
Career cast recently released their list of the ten worst jobs. Topping the list was no other than a lumberjack, however, Claudia was alarmed to see broadcaster rounding out the list at number 10. The list took into account work envirnoment, on the job stress, job opportunities available, and income. So for today's Question of the Day send us in your song suggestion about the worst job, or about a bad work experience! You can check out the full list here.
Here's today's question of the day playlist:
Question of the Day: Lumberjack tops the "Worst Jobs" List
Decades after their biggest hits, the music of Hall and Oates is being embraced by new fans all the time. Tonight, Daryl Hall kicks off the first of two WFUV shows, and to celebrate, we play your essential Hall and Oates originals and covers. Text or email your name and hometown to email@example.com along with your suggestions and you might just hear your song on the air!
Want to know what we played? Read on!
It probably comes as no suprise that we're animal lovers here at 'FUV. But then, who's not? Well, apparently some of us, because it became necessary to have the ASPCA. It's the animal welfare organization's anniversary today, so we celebrate with songs about our scaly, furry and feathered friends.
What we played: