Programs

3rd Street Coffehouse

3rd Street Coffeehouse is a non-profit, live music venue, held in the basement of Trinity UMC in Roanoke, Virginia. Smoke-free, alcohol-free, no cover.

Afternoon Music

A stimulating mix of numerous genres.

Album Hour

An uninterrupted album of a local band or artist.

BIG JIM'S BIG JAMZ

Deep cut retro radio, rare tracks, raw funk, weird stuff, psych rock, proto-metal, smooth jams and more with your host, 'Big Jim' Shively!

Blues Commute

Blues going back to the 30s to present.

Deep State

Underground funk, rock, and propaganda.

Deep State Commute

Eclectic mixes & propaganda

Evening Music

A different eclectic mix of music with 3 to 5 local songs per hour!

Face The Fantastic

This is the newest weekly edition of Steven Stanley's Face the Fantastic program.

Funk Commute

Funky

Insomnia Space Hour

A variety of amorphous cuts to finish a hard day and help you get to sleep before the Sun comes up.

Late Night Music

Extreme Eclectic

Late Night Music

An extreme eclectic mix with 4 to 7 local songs per hour!

Local News/Program

News and interviews of interest, produced locally or regionally, when available.

Morning Maniac Music

On a Sunday morning sidewalk.

Morning Music

An eclectic morning train wreck to help keep you alert with 3 to 5 local songs per hour!

Noon News

Local, regional, and maybe some world news, when we have it to share!

Reggae Commute

Reggae

T-Bone's Best of Roanoke

Tim Woodrum interviews interesting people at interesting places around the Roanoke valley. Find the show on YouTube at T-Bone's Best Of Roanoke.

The Mathom House

Doctor Dale brings you 3 hours of often eclectic and sometimes eccentric free-form music programing, anchored in rock but incorporating folk and pop, and sometimes with tastes of country, comedy, blues, or jazz. You can find more information at: The Mathom House or send email to: dale [at] mathomhouseradio.net (subject: The%20Mathom%20House) (Doctor Dale).

Train Wreck

Classic eclectic train-wreck.

Wild Card

Eclectic mixes by Geoff Conley and others.