- East to West
- Hosted by Chuck Simpson, East to West is a show about optimistic hope through love for each other. There is usually a quick discussion on a certain topic, mingled in with music that helps communicate the theme for the show. This show airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
- Talks with Tari
- Truth is difficult but necessary. Let's grow together as we plant some seeds, water, and bloom. Tune in to get some SUN from Motivational Speaker Tari Moore as host. "Those people who tried to bury you didn't know you were a seed."
- Be'i bal eb jich mam ~ Cultura Maya ~ Mayan Culture
- Marimba music, commentary around local issues affecting the Q'anjob'al community. We have a section on local, national, and hemispheric news on issues that matter to the community. We hope to incorporate younger kids through poetry and music competitions. There are a lot of Maya marimberos and musicians out there. Also, once the studio re-opens, we hope to have occasional guests. Q'anjob'al is an indigenous language of Guatemala and parts of Mexico.
- CU Immigration
- A show that discusses culture, diversity, concerns, and plights of immigrants in and around Champaign County.
- The After Work Drive Show with DJ BJ Clark
- The After Work Drive Show, airing on Tuesdays and Thursdays, is a venue for local artists to get their music out into the community. It's a positive, energetic show that plays a fun mix of all types of music and provides inspiration to every listener. Home of the CU Bands and Fans 6 o'clock shout out. DJ BJ Clark hosts the show and serves as the WRFU station manager. And remember, as DJ BJ Clark always says, Be Positive and Stay Positive!
- Ladies First
- "Full of love and smooth as R&B, with a touch of Hip-Hop" That’s how Jenell describes her DJ style! She is never afraid to talk about the real issues, but she is very mindful of pouring light into her listeners by playing feel-good music relevant to her message. Host, Jenell Hendrix, was born and raised in the Chambana area. She loves to learn and grow in her professions!
- East to West (see Mondays)
- The 11th Indian Show
- Also known as This Indigenous Life, this show is hosted by Mr. Garza and various co-hosts.
- The Piano Men
- Piano music and the people who play it. This is a syndicated program from Sam Karr.
- The After Work Drive Show with DJ BJ Clark (see Tuesdays)
- WannaBe Cafe
- What do you want to be in our community? Do you want to be the WE? Do you want to be a part of an intentional and mutual community? This show is a table discussion between host and various co-hosts.
- East to West (see Mondays)
- Kite Line Radio
- Our goal at Kite Line is to amplify the voices of those within Indiana’s prison system, while encouraging dialogue with those on the outside. This is a syndicated program.
- Harukana Show
- The host of the show is Mugiko and the co-hosts live in the US and Japan. We will speak in Japanese as we connect the US and Japan through radio. You can come to the studio and speak through radio in Japanese or English, or in any other language, or join us by Skype or Google Chat from anywhere in the world.
- Food Labels Revealed
- This is a podcast about the nitty and often gritty details of labels of food, beverages, and other FDA approved items we consume.
- The Show
- Host, Ray Morales, dives into various sociopolitical topics - locally, nationally, and globally - as well as showcase music artists and host interviews with notable experts in their field.
- Blues Before Sunrise
- This show is a music mix of the blues curated by Don.
- Audio Interference
- Biweekly podcast from the Interference Archive in New York City - "exploring the relationship between cultural production and social movements". Subjects range from community gardening to opposing mass incarceration to anti-war work to activism in 1970s women's self-defense classes. More about them at: http://interferencearchive.org/
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