As our regular listeners know, many of the evening symphony orchestra series we broadcast are seasonal. Most are 13 or 26 weeks long and change with the seasons. All concerts begin at 7PM on WSCL, 89.5 FM
On Tuesday March 31, A special 5 week series of broadcasts from the 2014 Salzburg Festival replaces the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
On today's program, Salisbury Mayor Jim Ireton stops by to talk about the possibility of an elected school board, the recent Wicomico County Council Elections, and his recent State of the City address.
In the second half, Salisbury University Political Science Professor Dr. Michael O'Loughlin discusses Maryland politics, including the legacy of Barbara Mikulski and a possible Presidential run by for Gov. Martin O'Malley
weekly health magazine radio program heard Sunday at 11AM on WSDL, 90.7 FM, will conclude its current production format and delivery schedule on April 30.
WFYI and its production partners, Indiana University and IU School of Medicine, are proud of the radio show’s long run and of its public service mission – educating NPR listeners about timely health and medicine topics in a lively and engaging format.
With competing Phosphorus Management Tool legislation introduced by both Md. Governor Larry Hogan and Md. State Senator Paul Pinksy, a battle is brewing in Annapolis. In the second half, we visit with newly elected Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver.
Alan Girard with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Charlie Wright, President of the Wicomico Country Farm Bureau
This week, author Harold O. Wilson sits down with authors Bonnie Feldstein and Janice Marshall. Janice Marshall was born on Smith Island and is the wife of a waterman. She currently lives in Crisfield, Maryland and is a curator and preserver of the waterman culture. She has worked with the Board of the Chesapeake Foundation and currently teaches in the Roads Scholar Program of the Crisfield Heritage Foundation.
Salisbury University reopens Friday, February 27, at 10 a.m. Liberal leave policy is in effect for non-essential personnel. Personnel must notify their supervisors prior to the beginning of their regularly scheduled shift if they intend to use leave.
Despite the best efforts to clear roads, parking lots and sidewalks, freezing weather can result in ice reforming. Please continue to use caution while driving and walking.
Salisbury University is now closed and classes are canceled on Thursday, February 26. Only those employees designated as essential personnel should report to work. Non-essential personnel with questions about their schedule should contact their supervisors.
Every year, in the Spring and again in the Fall, the public radio satellite system experiences what is known as a solar outage. During a solar outage, the signal we receive can be temporarily blocked for anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes. If we are carrying a live program (such as Here & Now), you may hear a temporary bit of silence or a short recorded message we play announcing the outage.
The next outage season should run March 3rd-6th for Maryland.
This Saturday, February 14, two new programs debut on WSDL, 90.7 FM.
At 2 PM, sit back and listen to some great guitarists on "Live from the Fur Peace Ranch". Host Jorma Kaukonen introduces each program's featured artist in a series of concerts recorded at the Fur Peace Ranch guitar camp. An eclectic blend of performances includes blues, folk, Americana, rock, bluegrass, and jazz.
Barb and Kathy, The 2 Boomer Babes, were honored to have the opportunity to interview both Chris Kyle and his wife, Taya Kyle. With the continuing popularity of Chris Kyle's autobiography, "American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History" and the recent film based upon the book, we thought you might want you hear both of these interviews in their entirety.
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