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Internet radio Whats worthwhile

ThreeSheds 03 Sep 04 - 10:54 AM
Amos 03 Sep 04 - 11:04 AM
Clinton Hammond 03 Sep 04 - 11:04 AM
Dave the Gnome 03 Sep 04 - 11:36 AM
Jeanie 03 Sep 04 - 11:37 AM
Jeanie 03 Sep 04 - 11:38 AM
ThreeSheds 03 Sep 04 - 11:39 AM
Paco Rabanne 03 Sep 04 - 11:43 AM
PoppaGator 03 Sep 04 - 12:57 PM
ard mhacha 03 Sep 04 - 02:14 PM
Rabbi-Sol 03 Sep 04 - 02:58 PM
WFDU - Ron Olesko 03 Sep 04 - 03:46 PM
ard mhacha 03 Sep 04 - 04:55 PM
wysiwyg 03 Sep 04 - 05:11 PM
wysiwyg 03 Sep 04 - 05:13 PM
jimmyt 03 Sep 04 - 05:59 PM
Shanghaiceltic 03 Sep 04 - 09:24 PM
asirovedout 05 Sep 04 - 11:49 AM
Bernard 05 Sep 04 - 01:45 PM
The Borchester Echo 05 Sep 04 - 03:17 PM
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Paco Rabanne 06 Sep 04 - 04:57 AM
Barry T 06 Sep 04 - 01:20 PM
Dead Horse 06 Sep 04 - 05:28 PM
GUEST,Murkey 06 Sep 04 - 06:25 PM
Mike Regenstreif 06 Sep 04 - 06:32 PM
GUEST,Glen Clifford 07 Sep 04 - 12:43 AM
Bernard 07 Sep 04 - 10:00 AM
jeffp 07 Sep 04 - 10:51 AM
Clinton Hammond 07 Sep 04 - 11:26 AM
Alonzo M. Zilch (inactive) 07 Sep 04 - 11:40 AM
Bill D 07 Sep 04 - 12:51 PM
GUEST,Lisa 07 Sep 04 - 05:35 PM
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GUEST,Bill Kennedy 08 Sep 04 - 11:08 AM
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GUEST,Murkey (Chris Conder) 23 Sep 04 - 08:51 PM
GUEST,Murkey 23 Sep 04 - 08:52 PM
GUEST,UK Folk Music 02 Oct 12 - 03:34 AM
GUEST,matt milton 02 Oct 12 - 09:30 AM
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Subject: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: ThreeSheds
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 10:54 AM

Having heard a programme on the BBC today about the burgeoning internet radio scene I thought I'd pick the communal mudcat brain


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Amos
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 11:04 AM

Above all, Hober.

Requires RealTime player.

www.hober.org


A


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 11:04 AM

www.folkalley.com

and a MILLION others!

But my rule is, if they only have a RealAudio stream, I won't even bother, cause RealAudio sucks!


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Dave the Gnome
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 11:36 AM

I like Netscape radio. Even if it is AOL nowadays...

Cheers

DtG


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Jeanie
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 11:37 AM

One of the best I've found, and that I keep coming back to is
CKUA
broadcasting from Alberta, Canada. They have a great mix of programmes, including traditional folk, blues, jazz and much more besides. All the programme schedules are listed on their website. It's what I would call "civilized broadcasting " (i.e. no bombardment with adverts !)

- jeanie


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Jeanie
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 11:38 AM

Oh, forget to say, you get it through Windows Media Player.

- jeanie


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: ThreeSheds
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 11:39 AM

Thanks for that I've come across Hober and have been impressed currently my internet listening doesn't extend much beyond radio 3 reruns which are available online (as is most of bbc output) for a week after broadcast I strongly suggest our foreign chums have a listen to some of this stuff


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Paco Rabanne
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 11:43 AM

Mike Harding on Radio 2. All else is a pale imitation.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: PoppaGator
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 12:57 PM

Plenty of "real" (i.e., broadcast) stations are available worldwide over the internet as well as locally via the airwaves. Their websites (in most cases, at least for nonprofit stations in the US, their call letters plus "dot-org") generally provide streaming audio that is accessible to any of the available media players, hence to anyone with speakers on their computers.

I always take the opportunity to plug the great local station for which I periodically volunteer, WWOZ (www.wwoz.org). For direct access to their "Listen Now!" web page, click here.

Programming is mostly jazz and R&B, plus other local New Orleans music -- see the website for a comprehensive schedule of which genres are featured at which days and times. The station is on the air 24/7, and has listeners all over the world. A year or two ago, during one of the twice-yearly fund drives, I took a membership pledge from Afghanistan!

Perhaps of greatest interest to most Mudcatters would be Sean O'Meara's weekly hour-and-a-half Celtic/Irish program, "Music From the Glen," Saturdays from 10 to 11:30 am, US Central Time (GMT -6). Saturday is "world music day," with Cuban, Brazilian, African and Jamaican programs following Sean's.

I trust we'll be hearing from one of the several Mudcatters who work at WFDU in New Jersey, also available both over the air and through the 'net.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: ard mhacha
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 02:14 PM

AccuRadio, Rte Radio, and Mike Harding BBC Radio 2.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Rabbi-Sol
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 02:58 PM

Radio Newfoundland broadcasting from St. John's has 24 hour non stop Folk music. Go to www.radionewfoundland.net. You need Windows media player. The only problem is that they do not provide a playlist, but the music is really great. SOL ZELLER


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: WFDU - Ron Olesko
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 03:46 PM

Poppagator,
There are only two of us on Mudcat from WFDU - Bill Hahn and myself. We host a show called TRADITIONS that I begain back in 1980. It can now be heard on the internet every Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6pm Eastern Time.   Bill hosts an occasional Sunday morning talk show called Tabletalk that airs on Sunday mornings at 8:00am Eastern Time(see our website for exact schedule) and I also host a celtic based music program called The Sunday Session which can be heard every Sunday morning from 7 to 8am Eastern Time.

Our website is www.wfdu.fm

We are unable to offer archived programs.

Also, check out WUMB in Mass. - www.wumb.org
Great folk station - 24 hours a day!   I'm jealous!!! :)

Ron

[you linked to wfdu, Ron. I changed it. skinny clone]


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: ard mhacha
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 04:55 PM

An excellent programme on RTE Radio 1 is Shamrock, Rose, and Thistle, this programme cover the history of each song.
Also try Mo Cheol Thu, featuring music, song and poetry.
The Station features a wide variety of programmes which can be heard in full


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: wysiwyg
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 05:11 PM

WFMU program archives with playlists and search functions. Wide variety of styles in well-run program chunks. On-demand streaming audio.

~S~


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: wysiwyg
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 05:13 PM

Many old threads on online radio you can also research, always worthwhile.

One is:

Internet Radio WITH Archived Shows

~S~


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: jimmyt
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 05:59 PM

on another vein, XM satellite radio has a station called folk village that plays nice folk music 24/7 pretty much commercial free.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Shanghaiceltic
Date: 03 Sep 04 - 09:24 PM

Try Archy Fisher's show on Radio Scotland, the archived Saturday show is two hours of pure pleasure. Trad Scottish and Irish music on accasion.

Archie Fisher


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: asirovedout
Date: 05 Sep 04 - 11:49 AM

My favorite show is Folkwaves on www.bbc.co.uk/derby

They play a very wide spectrum of recorded folk music and news, with occasional interviews.
But so far it's only broadcast live Mondays 19:00-21:00.
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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Bernard
Date: 05 Sep 04 - 01:45 PM

BBC GMR, Mondays:

The Parlour with Alan Keegan and the team (Irish community magazine): 19:05 - 20:00
Sounds of Folk with Ali O'Brien (Alio), Laura, Jenny and Bernard (who?!) 20:05 - 21:00
GMR Country 21:05 - 22:00

Click and follow the link - needs RealPlayer.

Monday September 5th will be our first 'Internet Broadcast'! Wish us luck!! Ron Trueman-Border is our studio guest.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: The Borchester Echo
Date: 05 Sep 04 - 03:17 PM

Resonance Radio , London's community-based arts radio station (online and 104.4 FM has a Traditional Hour on Thursday from 14.00 -15.00 presented by Reg Hall and others .

Mike Harding on BBC R2? You really, really cannot be serious. Far better, try R3 where Late Junction. Andy Kershaw and World Routes are all available online for a week after transmission.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST
Date: 05 Sep 04 - 03:35 PM

In another thread as well, but try here


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Paco Rabanne
Date: 06 Sep 04 - 04:57 AM

Countess,
         Mike Harding is a lovely little chap, and his radio programme is divine! Gawd bless the BBC and all who sail in her!


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Barry T
Date: 06 Sep 04 - 01:20 PM

I was thrilled to find CelticMelt at http://www.live365.com. They play most of my favourite artists at 64kbps. I even purchased their little $14 player and now listen constantly without actually having to load a webpage.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Dead Horse
Date: 06 Sep 04 - 05:28 PM

KBON
101.1 LOUISIANA PROUD Cajun/Zydeco/Swamp-pop
Arrete pas la musique


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,Murkey
Date: 06 Sep 04 - 06:25 PM

The BBC Radio 3 website (www.bbc.co.uk/radio3) has actually got about 20 archived recordings of performances from this year's WOMAD festival, which are well worth listening to if you're into your world music. Quite a fine little resource if you ask me. Shame they didn't do the same with Sidmouth!

Murk


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Mike Regenstreif
Date: 06 Sep 04 - 06:32 PM

My program, Folk Roots/Folk Branches, is streamed live every week and like all CKUT shows, is archived for two months in MP3 format.

The live stream, and the link to the CKUT archives, is available at the Folk Roots/Folk Branches site.

Mike Regenstreif


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,Glen Clifford
Date: 07 Sep 04 - 12:43 AM

I hope you'll excuse the plug here guys - because we don't stream! But we do have a upload a Monthly Highlights program - when we get time... You see we are a 'traditional' broadcaster, in that we go out on AM and FM.    You can see us here:
www.celtic-world.net

Cheers

Glen Clifford


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Bernard
Date: 07 Sep 04 - 10:00 AM

If enough people are interested, I'll ask the powers-that-be at the BBC about archives of GMR Sounds of Folk. At the moment I am recording the desk output onto minidisk which I then chop into tracks and burn onto CD as a personal archive.

It's a bit iffy with copyright, but I don't sell the CDs - the studio team all get a copy, and so does our studio guest.

I keep the recordings in MP3 format as well as WAV, and find that three months' worth of MP3s will fit on a CDRom complete with playlists at 128k sample rate.

This would be quite a big overhead for BBC GMR, as the hard disk allocation where the ROT (recording of transmission) is stored isn't very big, and everything is already in MP3 format. This storage also looks after programme trails, news items and jingles.

Sounds of Folk (and most other programmes) is kept for a week before being overwritten by the current broadcast, so there are no archives. However, we are able to request permission for archives to be kept of specific broadcasts if we are able to provide a good case...


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: jeffp
Date: 07 Sep 04 - 10:51 AM

This thread reminded me that I hadn't listened to Hober in a while, so I go to www.hober.com and what comes up but a picture of our own Captain Kendall Morse in a sailboat with a guitar!


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 07 Sep 04 - 11:26 AM

Well, having tried some (most... I'm working on making it all) of the suggestions here, I'm gonna stick with www.folkalley.com

It's too bad they don't host a message board... or a java-chat, so folkalley fans could chat while they listen!


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Alonzo M. Zilch (inactive)
Date: 07 Sep 04 - 11:40 AM

With the Internet, I enjoy listening to a wide variety of folk programs from hither and yon. Streams like Hober and Folk Alley are fine, but I prefer the shows with expert hosts who put a lot of thought and creativity into their shows. Favorites include Bob Blackman, Pablo Meshugi, Mike Regenstreif, Robert Resnik, Howard & Roz Larmon and Gene Shay.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Bill D
Date: 07 Sep 04 - 12:51 PM

many posts say "you need Windows Media Player" or "you need RealPlayer", but that usually isn't the case. I am listening to WUMB right now using Media Player Classic, a free, open source, NON-Microsoft player.

You can play most Real Media with it also (take a look here

in some other place, WYSIWYG posted a link to a great country blues and gospel station , and it plays fine with Media Player Classic. There other ways to avoid the hassles of Real Player and M$, but MPC is probably the easiest.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,Lisa
Date: 07 Sep 04 - 05:35 PM

Did anyone manage to get "celtic grove radio" ? Sounds interesting but I cannot get it even with Windows media player.
Lisa


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Bill D
Date: 07 Sep 04 - 10:27 PM

Lisa..Celtic Grove seems to not be connecting. I suspect it is just down temporarily..


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Chris in Wheaton
Date: 08 Sep 04 - 10:33 AM

Try

KBOO in the am

KPFK on Sat. am - see Folkscene.org for playlist and schedule, but also Ben Elder first

WDVX

Frank Hennessy's Celtic Heartbeat - archived on Radio Wales -- really cool, IMHO

and maybe Lou Curtiss is still on Worldmusicradio

Chris in Wheaton


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,Bill Kennedy
Date: 08 Sep 04 - 11:08 AM

the best in traditional Irish music webcast on Saturdays, 11:30 am - 1:30 PM www.wruw.org
, Sweeney Astray with Bill Kennedy.

just prior to that time is folk and bluegrass on Roll Away the Dew with Cuzzin' Jimmy Wilson 9-11:30 am, other folk shows on Mondays, THursdays, plenty of blues shows, it's college radio. every show is archived for one week, listen anytime to the past weeks show.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: Cool Beans
Date: 08 Sep 04 - 05:15 PM

I'll see you Hober and Radio Newfoundland, both of which I discovered through Mudcat (Thanks!) and I'll raise you WDET here in Detroit on Saturday. They have a blues show (10am to noon) followed by a folk show (noon to 3pm)followed by a bluegrass show (3pm to 5, or maybe 6), hosted by knowledgeable folks with good taste. http://www.wdetfm.org (Hey, I tried to clickify it.)
For out-of-towners, we're on New York time here, not Chicago time.


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: katlaughing
Date: 09 Sep 04 - 12:26 PM

Love Hober, after that a few others including AIROS.org which is American Indian on Satellite. Great music, great programs and announcers!


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: katlaughing
Date: 09 Sep 04 - 12:28 PM

They're doing a great version of Clapton's "Tulsa Time" changed to "Indian Time."


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: simon-pierre
Date: 09 Sep 04 - 01:08 PM

For (classic) country music, you may have a look at Classic Heartland : http://www.classicheartland.com/


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,Murkey (Chris Conder)
Date: 23 Sep 04 - 08:51 PM

Thought you might be interested to know, that I am beginning a brand new radio show devoted to British folk music on Tuesday the 5th of November (two weeks!).

It is called 'Cool as Folk' (nicked from Tim van Eyken's t-shirt!), and will be broadcast on Reading's Junction 11 on Tuesdays, 10-11pm, and can be picked up on 1287am in the area. That's fairly irrelevant to most people, but it will be STREAMED and ARCHIVED ON THE INTERNET. Basically, just like the BBC shows, you will be able to listen live and to listen back to it for one week after broadcast at www.1287am.com.

How do I listen back to the show?: (This is really easier than it sounds!) Go to www.1287am.com. From there click 'schedule' in the column on the left hand side. A new page will load. Now to Tuesday and click on whatever the name of the show is that is listed as being on at 10pm. This should hopefully say 'Cool as Folk' but the website isn't updated as much as I'd like, and at the moment says 'Vicious Old Men'! The click 'Listen to Tuesday's show at 10pm'. This should now play. As I said, it's much easier than it sounds, and if you have any problems at all please feel free to eamil me at folkontheradio@hotmail.com.

If you are interested in the show it would be great if you could email me at folkontheradio@hotmail.com. This wont put you on any mailing list or anything, you'll just get hold of me. It will be very useful to have an idea of who is listening and great to have a rapport with the listeners. I'll be able to answer any questions, take requests or just have a general chinwag!

To give you an idea, here's some artists I plan to feature on the show: The Albion Band, Martyn Bennet, Blowzabella, The Barely Works, BELLOWhead, Eliza Carthy, Martin Carthy, Fairport Convention, Fotheringay, Fernhill, Dick Gaughan, Nic Jones, Bill Jones, The Levellers, Ewan MacColl, John McCusker, Julie Murphy, Oysterband, Pentangle, Kate Rusby, Steeleye Span, Shooglenifty, Martin Simpson, Dave Swarbrick, Spiers and Boden, Richard (and Linda) Thompson, June Tabor, Norma, Lal and Mike Waterson, Whapweasel and probably loads I can't think of right now!

I've started a new thread about it, it's called 'Brand new folk show on the radio' where there's a bit more info about who I am, what I'll play and about sending in demos/records/info, but I didn't wanna piss everyone off with a massive post!

Hope to hear from you, Chris (aka Murk)


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,Murkey
Date: 23 Sep 04 - 08:52 PM

okay an EVEN MORE massive post!

Murk


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,UK Folk Music
Date: 02 Oct 12 - 03:34 AM

Just a mention for two folk music programmes that we put out on the internet.
FOLKWAVES
In May 2012, we brought the mighty Folkwaves programme back and Mick and Lester are still behind the mics presenting the show.

UK Folk Music put the programme out monthly and the October edition was the sixth.
There are two ways to get to listen:
UK FOLK MUSIC
or here:
FOLKWAVES on Mixcloud


FOLKRISE
Our other programme FolkRise is mainly to showcase lesser known artists who have sent us their songs as mp3 or albums to us. We have features some amazing artists who deserve a bigger audience.
You can listen to the show via the UK Folk Music website too.

Both programmes need to be supported if we are going to keep them going. Mick and Lester are delighted to be presenting Folkwaves again but need some support for their legion of fans out there.

Please listen and comment and email us.

Thanks

Alan Morley - Producer


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,matt milton
Date: 02 Oct 12 - 09:30 AM

bout time a thread like this was revived.

Here's a link to "Bob's Folk Show" on Radio Wey. You can only listen live - it's not archived, so there's no "listen again" feature.

http://www.radiowey.co.uk/#/bob-meyer/4544841721


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,matt milton
Date: 02 Oct 12 - 09:34 AM

Also, here's a link to Amazing Radio.

Hardly any folk presence on there right now, but the great (if not amazing) thing about Amazing Radio is that you all have the power to change that.

Because the neat idea of Amazing Radio is that it ONLY plays music that has been uploaded to its sister website, Amazing Tunes.

http://amazingradio.co.uk/?show=bethanelfyn


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: SussexCarole
Date: 02 Oct 12 - 10:04 AM

The Folk Show on Radio Mumbles Community Radio broadcast on Tuesday night 7pm to 9pm hosted by Andrew McKay & Carole Etherton (Crane Driver & SussexCarole)

Why not listen in tonight?    http://www.radiomumbles.com

No podcast at the moment but 2 chances to listen again at times which are easily available to people in USA & Australia


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Subject: RE: Internet radio Whats worthwhile
From: GUEST,Folknacious
Date: 02 Oct 12 - 10:36 AM

I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned the always-interesting fRoots Radio , which seems to showcase all the stuff that the likes of Andy Kershaw and Charlie Gillett used to play, that Ian Anderson played on the BBC World Service, and fills in the holes that Mike Harding and Late Junction can't always reach. It has reliably shown up once a month for the last decade or so as a podcast or stream, with an admirably knowledgeable minimum of presenter chat.


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