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Saturday - October 24th
12:00am Plea Bargains
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Alphabet Soup
8:00am Back to the Future
10:00am Please Take My Mixtape
12:00pm Locals Only
2:00pm Ladies of History
4:00pm #illuminaticonfirmed
6:00pm ISSA VIBE
8:00pm A Little Help From My Friends
10:00pm Unsolicited Information From Unqualified Individuals
Friday - October 23rd
12:00am For the Record
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am time / space
8:00am London Calling
10:00am MCI @ BUITM
12:00pm Do You Know Who You Are?
2:00pm The Sour and The Sweet
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm WTBU Sports
8:00pm Jalapeño Peppers
10:00pm What Would You Play?
Thursday - October 22nd
12:00am Spotlight
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Dump!
8:00am Danny Devishow
10:00am Underwear Dance Party
12:00pm Full Disclosure
2:00pm Milky Way Radio
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm WTBU News
8:00pm ClownTown
10:00pm Tea Time
Wednesday - October 21st
12:00am Mood Check
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am 808s and Debates
8:00am Speak No Evil
10:00am BU in the Morning
12:00pm Milk + Honey
2:00pm Whole Lotta Hoopla
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm Wild Youth
8:00pm After Dark
10:00pm Folie A Deux
Tuesday - October 20th
12:00am Sample City
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Diggin' in the Crates
8:00am Trash Talk
10:00am Man Eater
12:00pm Tweeting in Your Twenties
2:00pm Under Cover
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm WTBU News
8:00pm 2 Reel
10:00pm Stranger Sings
Monday - October 19th
12:00am In Too Deep
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Earth to Earthlings
8:00am caffeine
10:00am BU in the Morning
12:00pm The Ellen Degenerates
2:00pm Room 717
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm WTBU Sports
8:00pm Love Is On The Air
10:00pm Soul Love
Sunday - October 18th
12:00am Pulp Culture
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Leap Year
8:00am Kinds of Blues
10:00am FACEPUNCH!!!
12:00pm L'chaim
2:00pm Listen to The Muses
4:00pm Sweet 'n' Spicy
6:00pm Seaworld Slumber Party
8:00pm Spill the K-Tea
10:00pm sadboi hours
Saturday - October 17th
12:00am Plea Bargains
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Alphabet Soup
8:00am Back to the Future
10:00am Please Take My Mixtape
12:00pm Locals Only
2:00pm Ladies of History
4:00pm #illuminaticonfirmed
6:00pm ISSA VIBE
8:00pm A Little Help From My Friends
10:00pm Unsolicited Information From Unqualified Individuals
Friday - October 16th
12:00am For the Record
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am time / space
8:00am London Calling
10:00am MCI @ BUITM
12:00pm Do You Know Who You Are?
2:00pm The Sour and The Sweet
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm WTBU Sports
8:00pm Jalapeño Peppers
10:00pm What Would You Play?
Thursday - October 15th
12:00am Spotlight
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Dump!
8:00am Danny Devishow
10:00am Underwear Dance Party
12:00pm Full Disclosure
2:00pm Milky Way Radio
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm WTBU News
8:00pm ClownTown
10:00pm Tea Time
Wednesday - October 14th
12:00am Mood Check
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am 808s and Debates
8:00am Speak No Evil
10:00am BU in the Morning
12:00pm Milk + Honey
2:00pm Whole Lotta Hoopla
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm Wild Youth
8:00pm After Dark
10:00pm Folie A Deux
Tuesday - October 13th
12:00am Sample City
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Diggin' in the Crates
8:00am Trash Talk
10:00am Man Eater
12:00pm Tweeting in Your Twenties
2:00pm Under Cover
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm WTBU News
8:00pm 2 Reel
10:00pm Stranger Sings
Monday - October 12th
12:00am In Too Deep
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Earth to Earthlings
8:00am caffeine
10:00am BU in the Morning
12:00pm The Ellen Degenerates
2:00pm Room 717
4:00pm Left of the Dial
6:00pm WTBU Sports
8:00pm Love Is On The Air
10:00pm Soul Love
Sunday - October 11th
12:00am Pulp Culture
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Leap Year
8:00am Kinds of Blues
10:00am FACEPUNCH!!!
12:00pm L'chaim
2:00pm Listen to The Muses
4:00pm Sweet 'n' Spicy
6:00pm Seaworld Slumber Party
8:00pm [Show Name Missing]
10:00pm sadboi hours
Saturday - October 10th
12:00am Plea Bargains
2:00am Aircheck
4:00am Aircheck
6:00am Alphabet Soup
8:00am Back to the Future
10:00am Please Take My Mixtape
12:00pm Locals Only
2:00pm Ladies of History
4:00pm #illuminaticonfirmed
6:00pm ISSA VIBE
8:00pm A Little Help From My Friends
10:00pm Unsolicited Information From Unqualified Individuals
Saturday - October 10th

Archives by Show

Danny Devishow

An in depth look at the inner workings of the ideal man: Danny Devito. Danny Devishow will be an honoring of everything this cultural icon has done over his multi-decade career. Each week we’ll take a new quote from the man himself and center the entire two hour show around it, building a playlist off the quote while also dissecting its meaning and looking at how its fits with Danny’s overall role in American history.

from 8:00am to 10:00am

Dump!

Dump! (Djack’s Untitled Morning Program) is the best way for anyone on BU’s campus or the greater Boston area to perk up their morning. We’ve got everything you need to start your day: talk on the best breakfast & coffee in Boston, our favorite parts of our morning routines, news on what's going on in the world, and crispy smooth AM jams. There would be one main host, DJack, but recurring and one-off guests would be frequent.

from 6:00am to 8:00am

Spotlight

On Spotlight, we highlight a musician every week and play our faves of theirs, as well as tunes that may have inspired their work or are influenced by it. We introduce the artist at the beginning, then alternate between 20-minute music blocks and talk breaks discussing the artist and introducing them to the audience. We try to balance between famous artists and our less well-known faves.

from 12:00am to 2:00am

Underwear Dance Party

Underwear Dance Party is feel good music that is guaranteed to make the audience get up and dance (from wherever they're listening). We'll play throwback jams as well as new electronic pop music, giving the listener a variety of tunes while still following a similar genre. The show is mostly music, with three to four talk breaks ranging from five to ten minutes each. During these breaks, we will discuss the artists that we have played, upcoming concerts, and overall music news.

from 10:00am to 12:00pm

Full Disclosure

Full Disclosure keeps listeners up to date on current events by having a conversation between pals about things like pop culture, national and world news, and plenty more. DJs H-Rizzle, Cazam, and Stevie-G keep it real for WTBU listeners, while also jamming to a playlist of funky fresh beats that go with our theme of the week. It'll be blast and a half.

from 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Left of the Dial

Two hours of new independent releases by emerging local and underground artists, with some reissues. Mostly underground rock, with some punk/garage, rpm, hip-hop, experimental, and other eclectic genres. The majority of musical selections drawn from WTBU's current rotation, curated by the WTBU music directors. Tune in Mondays through Thursdays from 4-6pm for sweet new jams, artist interviews, in-studio performances, and some ticket giveaways.

from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Milky Way Radio

Through a mostly music based format, I plan on taking the listeners through all the sounds in the galaxy. As we go through each song, I also plan on breaking them down and discussing anything & everything relevant in the current state of our universe.

from 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Folie A Deux
from 10:00pm to 12:00am

After Dark

After Dark is a lighthearted show about crime, the paranormal, and the like. Each week we choose a topic and research it on the spot to explore and create our own theories. We alternate 20 minutes of music (relatively) related to our topic for the week with 20 minutes of going over the story, theories, and anecdotes. Banter is both encouraged and expected. Let's get weird!

from 8:00pm to 10:00pm

BU in the Morning

BU in the Morning is WTBU's signature talk show, airing Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10am-12pm. BUITM also includes round table discussions and interviews with guests.

from 10:00am to 12:00pm

Speak No Evil

Every week on Speak No Evil we take an artist who you probably haven’t heard of, or one who you haven’t heard much about, and dive deep into their artistry, history, and influence to provide an insight into music. Music is played when it needs to be played and people talk when they need to talk, that being said each show is meticulously planned and tailored to the subject matter. On Speak No Evil our goal is to broaden your horizons and give you a greater appreciation for the music that doesn’t always make the charts. We feature a number of special guests ranging from professional musicians to fanpage owners to filmmakers.

from 8:00am to 10:00am

808s and Debates

Each week there will be background information given on a specific topic relating to Hip Hop music and artists, proceeded with an argument/debate. The format will be that of a talk show. Every 20-30 minutes will be interrupted with 10-15 minutes of music as a break. Typically there about 3-4 breaks per show.

from 6:00am to 8:00am

Milk + Honey
Join DJ Sydney as she explores all types of music spanning across a wide range of genres. Rich and sweet, Milk + Honey plays everything you want to hear when you want to hear it.
from 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Whole Lotta Hoopla
from 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Wild Youth

Wild Youth is an indie show, playing diverse subgenres within the indie genre ranging from pop to R&B to folk. We highlight new and upcoming artists (many local to the Boston area) and often have themed shows for Halloween, Christmas, the best of 2017, and Valentine’s Day (‘He Loves Me Not’ version), to name a few. Tune in to hear dank beats and fresh takes each week from DJ Rosé.

from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Left of the Dial

Two hours of new independent releases by emerging local and underground artists, with some reissues. Mostly underground rock, with some punk/garage, rpm, hip-hop, experimental, and other eclectic genres. The majority of musical selections drawn from WTBU's current rotation, curated by the WTBU music directors. Tune in Mondays through Thursdays from 4-6pm for sweet new jams, artist interviews, in-studio performances, and some ticket giveaways.

from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

WTBU News
from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

ClownTown

“ClownTown” is a show that plays music of many genres, with a main focus on Alternative Rock. Each week DJs Laura, Katie, and Lauren aim to bless the ears of their listeners with songs catered to ridiculous, niche themes (including, but not limited to: “Strictly 2015 Tumblr,” “Tik Tok Songs,” and “Jester’s Choice.”) Between rotations, the DJs will offer lighthearted, funny commentary on the theme and their song choices. Each week DJs will host a “Local Buffoonery” segment where they discuss the stupid, funny, outrageous things that occur at BU, in the news, and in their own lives. Welcome to the circus, WTBU.

from 8:00pm to 10:00pm

Plea Bargains

“Plea Bargains” is a space to share your appreciation for your best (and worst) kept secrets — your favorite movies, tv shows, hobbies, etc. — but not without breaking down why you feel guilty about loving them. Each week has a different theme, ranging from bro culture and its many forms to celebrity gossip columns, where we break down our love for the outputs and ask important questions related to the topic: Why do we watch problematic shows and movies? Is it unhealthy to be so obsessed with true crime? Is reality TV actually making us dumber? All of this convo and some fun, equally as guilty pleasure oriented tunes to boot, come hang out and confess (or at least make fun of everyone’s guilty pleasures).

from 12:00am to 2:00am

What Would You Play?

What Would You Play? is a talk show where the DJ's insert themselves into novel, random situations every week (you get a tattoo and your parents find out, you’re DJing your cousin's whack Bar Mitzvah, etc.) and curate a playlist that would serve as the soundtrack for that scene in a movie. Each DJ will talk about what they would do in the proposed scenario and why they would play the music they chose. If something extremely wild were to happen to one of us, we'd discuss that, and there is the possibility of bringing in friends as guests if their story is unique enough to merit air time.

from 10:00pm to 12:00am

Jalapeño Peppers

Jalapeño Peppers gives you a taste of what the international life at Boston University is like. Students from various places in the world come and share their funny, embarrassing, and insightful stories and experiences with three international DJs. Global news is shared and current issues are addressed. A majority of the show is dedicated to playing music from around the world across all genres with a focus on pop, indie and alternative artists. The show introduces listeners to top charting songs and celebrated musicians that they’ve probably never even heard of. It is the first international music show founded at WTBU and has been on air for almost three years.

from 8:00pm to 10:00pm

Alphabet Soup
Alphabet Soup’s hosts Ali Harrison and Maria Mavrogenes will be giving listeners a weekly dose of pop culture and Alternative music. The show header will be New Order’s “Bizarre Love Triangle,” which perfectly replicates the funky and eclectic vibe of the show. Although the show will mainly be about Alternative music, the hosts will also discuss movies and television shows currently airing. The hosts will talk about songs to “recycle” and ones to take out of “recycling.” The action of “recycling” songs is about a song or album the hosts feel they no longer can play in their daily rotation while taking it out of recycling will be songs we have rediscovered. There will also be a game of Scrabble to pick what songs or topics that will be discussed in the show. The hosts also plan to give their opinions/debate current events and phenomena in their segment, Coast to Coast (Ali represents Jersey and Maria represents California). Similarly, they plan to give their listeners the ABC’s pop culture news for that week. Each episode will end with a “Soup of the Week” for a person, movement, or group of people who are simply doing the most for the world at the moment.
from 6:00am to 8:00am

Back to the Future

Back to the Future is a music show focused on the best music from past generations and how it inspired the current music scene. We dive into our favorite genres/themes (ie. 60's rock or power ballads) for the first half of the show, and then discuss what current music is drawing inspiration from these artists today. Then we end the show with current music.

from 8:00am to 10:00am

Locals Only

Locals Only focuses on getting the word out about local music, arts and entertainment in Boston. It's also a hub to build and connect with local talent. We feature one local artist every week and provide information on upcoming gigs and releases. We hope to really show our audience what Boston’s music scene has to offer.

from 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Please Take My Mixtape

The show consists of a college-themed “mixtape.” Examples include “I took a philosophy class that one time" and “Why does my floor smell weird?” There is a 20 minute talk break about school, music, entertainment news, etc.

from 10:00am to 12:00pm

WTBU Sports
from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Left of the Dial

Two hours of new independent releases by emerging local and underground artists, with some reissues. Mostly underground rock, with some punk/garage, rpm, hip-hop, experimental, and other eclectic genres. The majority of musical selections drawn from WTBU's current rotation, curated by the WTBU music directors. Tune in Mondays through Thursdays from 4-6pm for sweet new jams, artist interviews, in-studio performances, and some ticket giveaways.

from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

time / space

time / space is a radio show that invites listeners to explore the capabilities of music and memory. Though the format remains the same each week, the episode themes will vary in mood, and focus on a specific memory or situation, for example: sitting and thinking in your bedroom alone at 3am, looking through old pictures in your attic, or driving down the highway on your way to the beach with your best friends. Our episodes will be more than just “happy” or “sad” or “angry” playlists - we want to explore universal experiences and the power that we have as listeners to form a connection between music and retrospection. Each episode will begin with an explanation of that week’s theme, and talk breaks throughout the show will feature prepared personal narratives explaining the specific memories associated with the songs we chose. Occasionally, we will include guests to contribute their own memories and the songs linked to them. Ultimately, our goal is to allow the music to capture a specific moment in time (and space) - and we hope that listeners reflect on their own attachments to the songs chosen as well.

from 6:00am to 8:00am

For the Record

On "For the Record," we will do a deep dive on an album meaningful to us each week ranging in genres from pop to alternative to indie to whatever peaks our interest. We'll chat about the artist's journey, how the songs flow together, our personal relationship to the music and the secret meanings hidden in every song. Listening along to the album as we chat, we'll tie in interviews, social media, and music video references to give a deep background on how the album came to be. We'll also bring up similar lesser known artists that we think listeners will enjoy.

from 12:00am to 2:00am

Tea Time
from 10:00pm to 12:00am

London Calling

Grab your cup of tea and come join Audrey and Danielle for a chat about our good mates from across the pond. Each week we will discuss topics regarding all things British: royal family drama, the newest developments about Brexit, the best Beatles album, our favorite Downton Abbey characters, European football, and more. On this show anything goes, but above all, God save the Queen.

from 8:00am to 10:00am

MCI @ BUITM

The Minority Connection Intiative’s (MCI) mission is to build engaging and lasting relationships between minority students, faculty, and staff to provide support and unity within the Boston University community. For years we have done this by facilitating a variety of events tailored to the very people we aim to serve. Some of these events include: a Students of Color Welcome Reception, Empowered Women’s Brunch, and a First-generation Cafe con Leche. But, we at MCI believe that we could expand our scope and further serve the greater Boston University community through the medium of radio. Our goals for MCI at WTBU would be: create a safe space for candid, creative, and honest conversations about dynamic cultural experiences, the latest current events, and how they may be affecting those identifying as minorities; build new connections, while continuing to develop existing ones between minority communities and allies alike within the Boston University community and beyond; and lastly, facilitate impactful evaluations of the current Boston University experience with aims to improve campus life for the entirety of Boston University’s student and faculty body. MCI plans to accomplish the aforementioned goals by orienting weekly episodes around topics like: the undergraduate/graduate application process as a minority student, codeswitching, LGBT Culture, Queer POC culture at Boston University, toxic masculinity in minority communities, harmful and helpful “allyship”, and a plethora more. We at MCI plan to bring in members of the Boston University community to speak on their personal experiences with such topics. As well as, university professors who specialize in coinciding areas of research to bring forth a scholarly perspective whenever possible.

from 10:00am to 12:00pm

The Sour and The Sweet

Do you like metal and punk? Do you prefer more laid back, calmer music? If you answered “yes” to one or both of these questions, then we’ve got the show for you. On The Sour and The Sweet, we play both and divide the two-hour show on these guidelines. The first hour will consist of intense, in-your-face music. Most of that is metal and punk, with their numerous subgenres. After we’ve tuckered ourselves out from the audible onslaught of the first hour, we cool it down to play some more mellow music. Soul, Pop, space age pop, and many more genres and subgenres are welcome here, as long as it’s calm. We’ll discuss the music and various other topics.

from 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Do You Know Who You Are?

Do You Know Who You Are? is a show devoted to keeping the legacy of the emo genre. Emo music is emotional, expressive, and vulnerable and has a very rich scene and community across the world. We play tracks from every era and will have weekly themes. Our discussion topics range from emo history, to new releases, to upcoming shows, to important social issues in the music scene.

from 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Mood Check

We talk to people around BU about how they feel and each show we play music focusing on a "mood". We also talk about artists, film, random stuff.

from 12:00am to 2:00am

Stranger Sings

Every episode, we choose a genre, decade, or popular artist, and then comedically analyze songs from that genre or artist, with zero credibility whatsoever. We start off every show with a famous misheard song lyric, and then alternate between 20 minutes of music and 20 minutes of song analysis. There will be two different songs analyzed per episode. Even though every show will feature a different time period, genre, or artist, all the songs played will be recognizable classics.

from 10:00pm to 12:00am

Sweet 'n' Spicy

Sweet ‘n’ Spicy is a music show bringing sweet sing-along tunes that put that sunshine in your pocket and that pep in your step! We will be speaking about each of our own Spicy Stances of the Week, ranging in different topics. If not, we will speak about spicy stances of others (who call in or DM us or send us a request on Spinitron). Additionally, if someone has a topic they want us to talk about or a song request, they can do all of the previously mentioned as well. We will be scripting / making audio-based comedy bits and sketches each week depending on what we found funny or a situation that happened to us that week. Additionally, each week has a different theme for music; for example, this could be “Through the Decades” or “Female Leads.”

from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Listen to The Muses

Do you ever wonder what your favorite musicians might have been listening to while creating their greatest masterpieces? On Listen to the Muses, we imagine what kinds of music would be on playlists made by artists from Frank Ocean to Amy Winehouse to David Bowie. We play songs that we think could have inspired any of these artists, and tracks by contemporary musicians that we think were influenced by said artists. During breaks we discuss the process of choosing the muses to be on each week’s playlist, a little bit about the artist’s history, and of course, we occasionally dish out the Gospel Truth about any relevant hot takes.

from 2:00pm to 4:00pm

L'chaim

Talk with Shereen Cohen Kheradyar, Veronica Harris, Maya Chadda Photobooths, catering, a curfew––Oy vey! L’chaim resurrects the unique and formative adolescent experience of bar and bat mitzvahs. We are bringing up our repressed middle school memories (and possibly yours) while bopping to the music that turned us from girls into women. L’chaim is structured into 30 minutes of talk, 30 minutes of music, 30 minutes of talk, and 30 minutes of music. We play music popular with 12 to 13-year-olds but spanning across different time periods. Hopefully, by the end of the semester, Veronica will be converted from jew(ish) to Jewish.

from 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Seaworld Slumber Party

Seaworld Slumber Party is the silliest, sassiest, sweetest show in the sea! Get a front row seat to the newest generation of SWSP (and one old senior!) as we discuss all things ghosts, celebrity crushes, Tik Toks and so much more! Plus, you’ll flip out for our tunes, from teenage Jonas Brothers to Kim Petras and everything in between!

from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Spill the K-Tea
from 8:00pm to 10:00pm

In Too Deep

On In Too Deep, four members of the on-campus impr*v comedy group, The Callbacks, try to understand concepts beyond our grasp. And we chuckle. And cackle. And google long words, and quote Sartre correctly (I promise), and at the end of the two hours, nobody involved has a proper grasp on reality anymore. Come listen!

from 12:00am to 2:00am

sadboi hours

sadboi hours channels the energy of life’s worst moments, whether that be crying in Mugar Library, running out of dining points mid-semester, or listening to your roommate playing trumpet at midnight, and provides listeners with an escape from the struggles of college. We explore different genres of sad music and talk about what’s giving us sadboi vibes during the week. So sit back, relax, and get in your bag with us.

from 10:00pm to 12:00am

FACEPUNCH!!!

At FACEPUNCH!!!, we play experimental music. The show usually takes on that experimental format. Each week we have weird conversations on whatever weird stuff is going on either in the world, on social media, or in our lives. Sometimes we do some kind of comedy bit, which could be improv, cold reading a cartoon script, or making one of our non-STEM majors (badly) interpret a scientific paper of our choice. We like to discuss recent music coming out, shows we’ve recently seen or anything we’re anticipating, and I’m not afraid to rant about a bad Logic Album for 20 minutes.

from 10:00am to 12:00pm

Kinds of Blues

Kinds of Blues is a play on words of the legendary Miles Davis' album Kind of Blue. We play your favorite old school and contemporary R&B and jazz tunes each week. Each show will be dedicated to a different era in the R&B/jazz scene. We also dialogue about different R&B/jazz artists and their contribution to these genres as a whole. :^)

from 8:00am to 10:00am

ISSA VIBE

On “ISSA VIBE” we play a variety of hip hop, rap, RnB, and jazz featuring both new and established artists, nationally and internationally. Every episode has predetermine themes, or “vibes” like: SMOOTH, MELLOW, BEACHY, TURN UP, and LOWKEY HIGHKEY that characterize that week’s song selection. Conversation topics include new music releases, concerts, and news from the industry within the genres, as well as diversity in American music and it’s influence internationally. I have guests on to discuss these topics as well as to just talk about their personal lives and play fun improv games like Sex with Me.

from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

#illuminaticonfirmed

#illuminaticonfirmed is a talk show that discusses conspiracy theories and all things unknown, including the Illuminati, the lizards that run the government, ghosts, curses, the occult, and Elon Musk. In addition to these discussions, we perform on-air interviews and seances and everything in between. In between our talk segments we will play thematically appropriate music (folk, synthpop, conscious hip hop, soft rock, and ASMR). Tune in. Get woke.

from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Ladies of History
from 2:00pm to 4:00pm

A Little Help From My Friends

A Little Help From My Friends is an advice show where we give (unqualified but awesome) advice, share stories, and talk about anonymous topics and questions sent in by real listeners via our social media. We also have live guests and callers who ask questions and help us give live advice for our listeners. The stories can be awkward, silly, serious, sticky, or otherwise. Our goal is to let people know they aren't alone in whatever they face, through giving advice from our personal experiences. We start with 20 minutes of honest talk/advice followed by 20 minutes of music (of any genre) that we find relates to the topic and possibly comfort the viewer in their need of a friend. This cycle repeats for the rest of the show (with, at most, 3 topics being discussed) until the last 20 minutes of the show, at which point we DJs take turns telling short stories/situations that we are facing this week and finish the show with advice and relevant songs. Each DJ has a different taste in music, so the artists we play can be anything from contemporary pop, to obscure indie, to alternative, to oldies, to folk! We even have special themed shows where we give advice on a specific topic throughout the show, and play music more focused on the theme (for example, in our "Dads" show, we gave advice on what to get your dad for father's day or his birthday among other topics and played music that reminded us of our dads).

from 8:00pm to 10:00pm

Unsolicited Information From Unqualified Individuals

Do you know a lot about a little? Or maybe a little about a lot? Do you want to arm yourself with just enough knowledge about everything in the world that it is not only statistically improbable, but realistically impossible for you to ever lose an argument again? Do you just wanna talk about your opinions? Unsolicited Information from Unqualified Individuals is the place for the debaters, the trivia winners, and professional make-stuff-uppers. Come talk with us about things you think you know about, the things you know just enough about, or things you have no clue about at all.

from 10:00pm to 12:00am

Leap Year

Leap Year is an exploration of genres over the years. Each show, we will select a year and play songs that were released that year. During talking breaks, we focus on the general and musical history of the year. We will discuss all things pop-culture such as fads, bands forming/breaking up, albums released, and iconic live music events. Listeners will likely recognize most of the songs, but should expect to be surprised by a few underrated ones. It will also be fun to learn that some of their favorite songs came out at the same time as others!

from 6:00am to 8:00am

Pulp Culture

We read and discuss fanfiction about popular tv shows, movies and books. It's part talk radio, part dramatic reading. We also do a semi-deep dive into the fandom on tumblr and twitter to get a better feel for how the fans interact with the show/movie/book.

from 12:00am to 2:00am

Earth to Earthlings

Earth to Earthlings is a sustainability-focused radio show that hopes to create a welcoming, lively space for discussing climate change, sustainable lifestyles, and initiatives that spark fire in our souls. Co-hosted by DJs Carlee Campuzano and Sarah Alaimo, the show hopes to build a community of inspired earthlings to show some care for our beautiful, one-of-a-kind home. Two half-hour blocks of spirited conversation paired with some chill jams that connect us to nature creates the perfect formula for a show dedicated to modern hippie culture. Each week has a different climate-focused topic, ranging from sustainable fashion to food systems to wildlife. We play folk music, ‘60s-’70s rock, and alternative, featuring some of our fave artists such as Cat Stevens, Jimi Hendrix, The Grateful Dead, Sufjan Stevens, Babe Rainbow, and more. Tune in to join us in some eco-love!!!

from 6:00am to 8:00am

caffeine

Caffeine is your daily pick-me-up. Things start off slow, and get increasingly more upbeat and energetic as the caffeine kicks in. The first hour is typically more mellow, showcasing indie and r&b artists, before moving into more electronic and hip-hop artists. While a primarily indie show, caffeine is intended to take you from chill to ready to take on whatever.

from 8:00am to 10:00am

Tweeting in Your Twenties

Your twenties can be a weird time but you know what is also a weird time? Twitter. Combine the two, add in some trending music and you got yourself one awesome radio show. Tweeting In Your Twenties is divided into four categories including #TuesdayTopic, #TwitterTea, #ViralTweets and interplaced between the categories, #TrendingTunes. We will be talking about the funniest memes, most relatable tweets and hottest topics relevant to the lives of other twenty-year-olds. If you are active on Twitter or are interested in getting involved more about the amazing platform you will love the show. In regards to music, we play songs that are trending, up and coming or relevant to the topics discussed.

from 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Man Eater

Man Eater is a feminist music and political talk show that plays mainly female artists and features discussions on current social and political issues that affect women.

from 10:00am to 12:00pm

Trash Talk

Trash Talk is a roundtable talk-show of four beautiful, young, inspired women who talk about everything ranging from trashy moments, our personal lives, pop culture, and the world around us! We talk about television, politics, Broadway, and moments when we deserve to be slammed in a trash can. Each week, we end our show with “Dumper Fire of the Week,” a recurring award for our trashiest DJ of the week. We play music like Hamilton, Ariana Grande, and Hannah Montana, duh.

from 8:00am to 10:00am

Under Cover

This show will focus on covers of songs and albums.

from 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Left of the Dial

Two hours of new independent releases by emerging local and underground artists, with some reissues. Mostly underground rock, with some punk/garage, rpm, hip-hop, experimental, and other eclectic genres. The majority of musical selections drawn from WTBU's current rotation, curated by the WTBU music directors. Tune in Mondays through Thursdays from 4-6pm for sweet new jams, artist interviews, in-studio performances, and some ticket giveaways.

from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

2 Reel

2 Reel explores the relationship between film and music. A focus is put on certain themes from the film and the songs that are selected relate to them. The music is just as important as the film. The first talk segment of the show consists of the DJs catching up those who may have never seen the film by giving information about the year it was made, director, main characters, and main conflicts. The rest of the talk breaks consist of the DJs discussing the songs they selected and how they relate to the film.

from 8:00pm to 10:00pm

WTBU News
from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Diggin' in the Crates

Diggin’ in the Crates has got it all. Kaylee, Katherine, and Chika dive into their personal lives, pop culture, the political landscape, and their passions, such as film and fashion. Catch them each week at WTBU and listen to their current playlist. It’s current, it’s casual, it’s your favorite talk show trio.

from 6:00am to 8:00am

Sample City

Sample City explores the art of sampling that many hip-hop, rap, and electronic artists use in their music. The song being sampled would play first, followed by the song that is sampling the track. Talk breaks would discuss the music and how samples give a deeper look into what kinds of music artists gain inspiration from. Breaks would be short to keep the emphasis on the music, but would have an element of humor to keep the listener from tuning out.

from 12:00am to 2:00am

Room 717

In Room 717, we listen to one full length album an episode and then random songs related to this artist. On the show, we talk about random things, from what the album is about, random facts, their fans on twitter. It’s like a little 2 hour music detox in our dorm. Any type of music is played, from Ed Sheeran to Tiny Moving Parts to Lauv. Nothing is off limits.

Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @WTBURM717 and Facebook @Room717

from 2:00pm to 4:00pm

The Ellen Degenerates

Eclectic alternative picks ranging from neo soul funk to R&B, to local DIY rock bands and indie groups with intermediate commentary on new releases, local events and culture/politics.

from 12:00pm to 2:00pm

BU in the Morning

BU in the Morning is WTBU's signature talk show, airing Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10am-12pm. BUITM also includes round table discussions and interviews with guests.

from 10:00am to 12:00pm

Left of the Dial

Two hours of new independent releases by emerging local and underground artists, with some reissues. Mostly underground rock, with some punk/garage, rpm, hip-hop, experimental, and other eclectic genres. The majority of musical selections drawn from WTBU's current rotation, curated by the WTBU music directors. Tune in Mondays through Thursdays from 4-6pm for sweet new jams, artist interviews, in-studio performances, and some ticket giveaways.

from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

WTBU Sports
from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Soul Love

Soul Love WTBU brings you the soul, funk, jazz and R&B hits of today and yesterday. We play a variety of notable and iconic soul artists, but we also introduce some deeper cuts that the soul world overlooked at the time. Our goal is to leave listeners feeling well versed in the soul, funk, jazz and R&B genres. Our goal is also to introduce a little groove into your life.

Tune in every Monday from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. EST.

from 10:00pm to 12:00am

Love Is On The Air

Love Is On The Air is a dating, relationship and sex positivity talk show. Listen to a variety of discussions on 21st century dating and games with those in love or looking for love. Let's get healthily provocative!

from 8:00pm to 10:00pm

Locals Only

Locals Only focuses on getting the word out about local music, arts and entertainment in Boston. It's also a hub to build and connect with local talent. We feature one local artist every week and provide information on upcoming gigs and releases. We hope to really show our audience what Boston’s music scene has to offer.

from 12:00pm to 2:00pm