Sweet tunes with Mahala & Meadow. Rotating Fridays at 4PM.
Kevin Mattson’s cure-all extravaganza! Wednesdays at 8:40am.
An hour of Irish music with Megan Bradley. Alternating Sundays at 2pm.
with Murder Kween. Drum n Bass, Jungle and more from the electronic underground. Saturday nights at 12am.
Bad Axe Tap
Free your mind and your ass will follow. Join Chris Dunn every Monday at 3pm.
Be Bad Radio
Flow with the waves of progressive, tech and afro house. With DJ DoGOOD, Fridays at midnight.
Spanning the history of the blues, with The Blueshound. Rotating Mondays at 7pm.
Booty Tunes For the Dairy Air
Funk & Groove with Titmouse and MC SLiM. Fridays from 10pm to Midnight.
The Bruce Show
With host Deejay Schmeejay. Wednesdays at 9pm to 11pm.
Community of Goodness
Troubadour Larry Long and Storyteller Tom Thibodeau come together for 30 minutes of music, musings and stories. Mondays at 8:30AM.
Come On in My Kitchen
Join Dale Z for two hours of blues music. Rotating Mondays at 7PM.
A musical time machine – songs that catch you unexpectedly and take you back to a certain memory. Some may call it classic rock, but now you know “the rest of the story.” Tuesdays at 3pm.
American roots music! Old-time, bluegrass, classic country, blues, and folk. Wednesdays at 7pm.
The best in Metal, Punk and Hardcore. Every Saturday 10pm to Midnight.
Two hours of excellent jazz music with Terry O’Connor. Tuesdays at 7pm.
Rise and shine with Jim Hallberg and Cabin Dave.
Weekend music and features. With Jenny & Rice Spann, Dave Krier, Pauly & The G-Man and Caroline.
A collective of vinyl-philes with hosts Joe Pedretti, Mike Crotser, Arthur Bernstein, Motown Jones & Titmouse. Saturdays 8pm to 10pm.
with DJ Tea.
Serving up a platter of hot and cool tunes with something for everyone. Fridays at 10am.
Syndicated program. The sounds of the American musical.
Free To Be Z & Me
With Pete & Zelda. Fridays at 3PM.
George Ostroski’s Polka Hour
Time flies when you’re havin’ fun! Fridays at 8:40am.
Underground from everywhere. With Kirsten Layer & Chris Dunn, Thursdays at 7pm.
Grateful Dead Hour
A weekly audio postcard from the wide musical world of the Grateful Dead.
Join host Aurora Boyd along with co-host DJ Lil Citrus, as they weave music and conversation to highlight and address women’s issues. Wednesdays at 10AM.
Juice & Snack
Music intended to rejuvenate and inspire you, with Andrew Spayde. Wednesdays at 3PM.
with Joe O’Connor. Alternating Mondays at 9pm.
Mr. Koppa’s Neighborhood
The listening is easy with Mr. Koppa. Every Saturday at 8am.
Step into M’Lou’s shoes. She wears many different styles and tunes of shoes, so be sure to tune in and find the perfect fit for you! Hosted by M’Lou Wilkie on the 1st, 3rd & 5th Thursdays of the month, 1-3PM.
The Morning Blend
Great sounds to start your week, with rotating hosts Mike Martin and Caroline. Mondays at 10am.
Music for the Mountain
Music for the Mountain features that hard-driving bluegrass sound, with classic and new tunes running the gamut from the first generation to the new masters of the genre.
Regional Mexican music with Eduardo Padilla. Urbano, Reggaeton, Rock & much more.
Music for the dark of night. Saturday nights at 1am.
with DJ Third Eye. Rotating Fridays at 4PM.
Ancient folk music to Industrial to Jazz to Metal to Blues to Avante Garde to Classical to World to Electronic to you. Saturdays at 6PM.
Join host Jay Hoffman as he features local musicians and those passing through.
Prog is Alive
Come hang out with Drew Fisher & get prog-educated! Sundays at 10pm.
Patti’s Melancholy Show
Time to get low, with PMS, Patti’s Melancholy Show. Mondays at 1pm to 3pm.
Que Sera Sera
Imagination, inspiration, and intuition guide the selections which tend to be on the “heartfelt side” of the dial. From the 20’s to the present – span all genres with Sarah Caldwell. Thursdays at 10am.
Radio After Death
The best of proto-punk to postwave, and everything in between. With AD Holm. Every Friday night at 8pm.
Red Hot Record Jamboree
Red hot Rock ‘n’ Roll, Rockabilly, R&B, Doo-Wop, Country, and Soul from the 50’s and 60’s – with Cullen & Tommy. Fridays at 7pm.
Reelin’ with the Feelin’
Tuesday late night tunes, with Kent Gallaway.
Reggae Pon Yard
Reggae with hosts Chris Dunn, J4D, Sam Hudnall & Micah Robinson. Saturdays at 3pm.
The Robert Lambert Experience. Fridays at 1pm.
Saturdays with Syd
Join Michael Sydnor for an afternoon of energetic tunes. Saturdays at 2pm.
Some say this is the ultimate mix-tape. Every Tuesday at 1pm.
With KOB on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month, 1-3PM.
A two hour music mix to help balance the brain waves. From rock to reggae, blues, bluegrass, country, folk, and Americana, you’ll find something to help ease your mind. Thursday’s 9pm-11pm.
The Slydeman’s Drive Time Chill
A solid mix of afternoon tunes with the Slydeman himself, Micah Robinson. Thursdays at 3pm.
An eclectic set of music and food for thought with your host, Connie Minowa. Rotating Sundays at 2PM.
Sunday Morning Gospel
Join Deacon Carl Sandbeck for gospel tunes. Sundays at 8am.
Live Music and conversation with Jane Keeley & Kevin Dohse. First Sunday of the month at 7pm.
With hosts Bill Neil, Ed Holahan, Sarah Caldwell, Bill Motlong and Ed Martinez, it’s the absolute best way to start your Sunday. Sundays from 9am to Noon.
Take It Back Tuesdays
Join DJ C for a two hour mix of music from 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s.
Downright homey – Paul Fairchild brings a full box car of great tunes. Tuesday mornings, 10am to Noon.
The Tugboat Captain
Host Aaron Schmidt says his life was saved by Rock n’ Roll. Join him Sundays at 8pm.
Jam Band music every Sunday at 3pm.
Unseasonably Cool Radio
Hosted by John Hewitt – 60 minutes of curated music that spans the globe. Go ahead, treat your ears and your soul.
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Nordic Music and Musings, Mostly. Sundays at 5PM with Cabin Dave.
News, Information & Culture
Underrepresented voices speaking on critical issues. Hosted by David Barsamian.
Hosted by Erik Ellefson, Bases Loaded is a weekly round up of the world of sports brought to you by someone who enjoys talking about sports a little too much.
An hour of scientific discussion, produced at SETI.
Revolution, from the heart of nature.
A listing of local events for the broadcast area. Airs M-F at 7AM, 10AM and 1PM.
with William Kyle Glenn. 3rd Sundays at 1PM.
A two minute commentary and musing about life, current affairs and new perspectives by Dena Eakles. Thursdays around 5:28PM.
Reviving the lost art of dialogue. Thursday at 9AM.
Bringing the news behind the headlines.
Join Richard Wolff as he takes a critical examination of economic issues from the perspective of Workplace Democracy.
Food Sleuth Radio
Satisfy your hunger for food truth, with Melinda Hemmelgarn.
For the Wild
Ayana Young speaks with radical authors, activists and thinkers.
Heart of Wellness
Co-chiropractors, Drs. Paul & Paula Grenier, interview guests on topics related to alternative paths and views of wellness.
Interfaith Voices is the nation’s leading public radio show about faith, ethics and spirituality.
Driftless area writer Catherine Young shares her personal work and that of other writers she enjoys.
An hour of political satire with Harry Shearer.
Covering critical social issues and encouraging civic participation.
WDRT presents this unique monthly program featuring a live studio recording of guided breathing exercise, original music, sacred kiertan and sound meditation. Hosted by Jai Lynn and Monte Mcpheron.
Airs the first Sunday of the month at 1PM.
The Monthly Review
A monthly round-up and analysis of local, state and national news impacting life in the Coulee Region. Airs the last Friday of each month at 5:30PM. Hosted by Dan Peak and Mark Taylor.
Take a moment to explore the biology, ecology and significance of birds, with Maggie Jones. Tuesdays around 8:30AM.
Nearly Noon News
Beginning in September, the WDRT news team presents a 5 minute daily newscast. 11:55 AM Monday – Friday.
Inspiring listeners to tap into their own innate wisdom and genius. Hosted by Michael & Justine-Willis Toms.
Old Hills Radio
Join the story telling crew on the 4th Sunday of each month at 7:00 PM.
The longest running public affairs program on WDRT
Peace Talks Radio
A series on Peacemaking and Nonviolent Conflict Resolution. Hosted by Paul Ingles.
Empowering the world’s citizens to advance space science and exploration.
Plants for the People –
People for the Plants
Olivia Birch shares information on on the medicinal and cultural significance of plants. Thursdays around 8:30AM.
The mission of the Players is to create original drama that reflects the life of living in the Kickapoo Valley. We congregate to create our own entertainment.
A show devoted to discovering the world of poetry, with Austin Smith.
Radio Free Space
Radio Free Space has featured a variety of interviews – from agriculture, religion and philosophy to music. 1:00 PM Sunday.
Ralph Nader Radio Hour
Lively informative hour of interviews with some of the nation’s most influential movers and shakers, and thought provoking discussions of the weeks news.
Reverend Billy Radio
Preacher for the Planet.
Sea Change Radio
Charting the path to Sustainability, with Alex Wise.
Global news captured on shortwave radio, with host and producer Dan Roberts.
The everyday happenings in Sleepy Coulee are punctuated by strange and often mysterious happenings that roil the surface of small-town life. 8:00AM Tues and Th
Ron Byers presents music, spoken word and sound collage. 2nd Sunday at 7PM.
Spirit in Action
A weekly program that showcases radio production by independent community media.
Wednesday at 8:00AM, Margot Hipwell recreates Pearl Swiggum’s newspaper column Stump Ridge.
Talk World Radio
David Swanson welcomes guests to discuss their work to bring peace to the world.
This Way Out
Get the ‘Queer in your Ear’
Time of Useful Consciousness. With host Maria Gilardin.
The View from Here
A five minute essay on life with Ed Holahan. Every Friday at 8:00 am.
View from the Bleachers
30 minute wrap-up of the week in sports. With Aaron Holten & Eric Hoffman.
Who’s In The Kitchen
Saturday at 12:00PM. Who’s in the Kitchen? is a friendly conversation around the kitchen table with mostly local people who are interested in food.
Women’s Independent News Gathering Service