On 10/18/12 at 9:00 AM , the WSCL, 89.5 transmitter will be temporarily taken off air to allow our Engineer to make repairs. We hope to return to the air as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
You can still listen to WSCL via our web stream. Click on one of the streams at right to listen.
Just Folks is Delmarva Public Radio's weekly three hour folk music program. Every Saturday evening from 8 until 11:00 p.m., Just Folks--since December 21, 1991--presents the very best music, with new releases and old favorites. Hosted by John Kalb, the focus of the program is often on new and recent releases while frequently dipping into classic recordings from way back. John does his best to put together three hours of music he hopes will move you, entice you, amuse you and make you think every Saturday night.
Remember listening to classical music on vinyl, long playing records? There was a depth and a sound unlike any other. Our newest series, Vinyl Classics, does just that. It returns you to the sound of classical music on vinyl. As host Pete Kosinski says, “It’s something so old it’s new”. Thanks to WSCL’s extensive vinyl, long playing record album collection, we will broadcast classical music as you once heard it, and will hear it again.
Our Fall Drive begins Friday, October 5th at 6am. The drive continues Monday, October 8th and runs through Friday, October 12th. “Now is the Time” to show your support for Delmarva Public Radio and the stations you’ve come to love and count on every day.
An open meeting for public comment regarding the future of Delmarva Public Radio will be held Tuesday, October 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the Wicomico Room of the Guerrieri University Center at Salisbury University.
Singers take note: Kara Dahl Russell explains and demonstrates various vocal styles as an introduction to a risky new CD release by Celine Ricci, "Les Bestaires." Ricci is a renowned French Baroque Opera singer who brings this very particular mode of vocal approach to a collection of art songs from the early 1900s. This clip ends with about 2 mins of the song being introduced from the CD. See the WSCL Classical Blog for more information about this CD.
Our thirtieth show! This week, we chat about age appropriate chores. Should a five year old be cooking? Should a two year be able to pick up his or her toys? We'll find out how we measure up this week.
We look for ways this week to help our kids get involved with the community with guest Kari Hoffman, Wicomico Middle School Special Education teacher and Student Learning Coordinator. Also, an epic saga involving a tooth is our "Mom of the Month" story.
Back-to-school time is just around the corner! Are your children ready? Are you ready? This week, we chat with Mike Detmer, School Administrator at Wicomico Day School, about getting our kids back into the routine of school.
When should you prepare your child (and yourself) for college? How are you going to afford it? Where are they going to go? We sit down this week with the Delmarva Education Foundation's Dianne Johnson for some good advice.
Looking for a fun summer getaway? How about spending four nights via the magic of radio in Salzburg, Austria, the city of Mozart's birth! Join us at 6PM the week of August 6-10th for The Mozart Festival from APM. You'll hear performances of Mozart's works as well as backstage interviews with the performers. You can hear the program Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. On Delmarva will air Wednesday evening as scheduled.
You have friends, and your friends have kids. What happens when your kids and your friend's kids aren't friendly? Why is it so hard to make friends after you have kids, anyway? Plus, a cautionary tale involving a permanent marker in our "mom of the month" stories.