25 Best Mr. Fine Wine and WFMU Podcasts
One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.
Ken and Andy further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards as the program enters its death throes. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw.
The Best Show On WFMU is now The Best Podcast On WFMU! Join Tom Scharpling as he journeys through the treacherous and hi-larious world of open phones, bizarre fake guests, and even more disturbing real guests. The podcast is all of the Mirth and Mayh...Show More
Best Show Gems: The Best Of The Best Show On WFMU is a twice-monthly podcast featuring highlights from the full radio show. Classic Scharpling and Wurster calls, amazing phone-ins, random weirdness and more! It's a perfect way for a beginner to get o...Show More
The Free Music Archive is a non-profit digital library offering free and legal MP3 downloads. Our Song of the Day podcast features handpicked tracks including live in-studio recordings and Creative Commons releases. Every MP3 you discover is pre-clea...Show More
Anti-fascist researcher Dave Emory (spelled E-M-O-R-Y) goes into all the hidden truths and details about evil men and their trade practices.
Special podcast version of Michael Shelley's weekly radio show, featuring interviews with the high-rollers of rock, soul, country, and jazz.
100+ year old lo-fi recordings contextually presented.
Just two girls. Having a good time. On a Friday night.
Scratchy vanity 45s, pilfered field recordings, muddy off-the-radio sounds, homemade congregational tapes and vintage commercial gospel throw-downs; a little preachin', a little salvation, a little audio tomfoolery.
Earth's only supernatural slumber-party-style call-in show.
Surreal, arty sound collage incorporating music, found audio, and pop culture relics, glued together by People Like Us.
Too Much Information is the sober hangover after the digital party has run out of memes, apps and schemes. Host Benjamen Walker finds out that, in a world where everyone overshares the truth 140 characters at a time, telling tales might be the most h...Show More
Back in 1979, I made the decision to accept Dr Demento as my personal savior. Since then, with the help of his apostles Spike, Al, Stan and Black-Eyed Susan Brown, I have made it my mission to spread the Gospel of the Firesign and the Word of the Wal...Show More
Caffeinated rock, experimental pop, oddball beats, and more stuffed into a chewy, bite-sized, downloadable snack. A quick rundown of Liz's faves from the Free Music Archive, including many tunes from her weekly radio show, plus a few special treats t...Show More
Bronwyn C, The Iowa Firecracker talks pigs and takes your calls on pig-related matters.
Aerial View was WFMU’s first regularly-scheduled phone-in talk show. Hosted by Chris T. and on the air since 1989, the show features topical conversation, interviews and many trips down the rabbit hole. Until further notice, Aerial View is only avail...Show More
All the hits that fit, plus conversations about the grey area surrounding music and free culture in the digital era. The podcast features Creative Commons music from the Free Music Archive that you can download and share, legally!
Nachum Segal's weekly interview/update with Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, as heard on radio program JM in the AM (jmintheam.org).
Hosted by various WFMU personalities, Radio Free Culture is a weekly program that explores digital culture, net neutrality, piracy, the broadcast spectrum, digital rights, and archives and libraries in the internet age. We'll be interviewing some of ...Show More
Southern inspirational dada.
Dianekamikaze presents Peer Pressure: an interview/music show with guest DJs from within the music world. Musicians would much rather talk about music than themselves! Different guests for each program; dianekamikaze =host.
Time seems to slow down when you're being dragged by a horse.
Unstoppable radio: Dave talks with extremely important guests, answers the telephone, and tries to figure out what all those knobs and buttons are for. A sincere effort to get the original members of Dokken back on speaking terms will also be made wh...Show More
Twangs of all stripes and stuff that ends in -billy.