In the first half-hour of this Edition, Harold Wilson's guests are Lee D'Zmura and master gardener Denise Swayne. The topic is the importance of native plants to the ecosystem and the environment on the Eastern Shore and in other Mid-Atlantic states. In the second half-hour of the program, the guest is mystery writer John Reisinger who will be talking about his murder mysteries and particularly about his acclaimed non-fiction work, Master Detective.
Did you know that every public radio program has a clock? Broadcast clocks are set templates that stations like ours use to track the timing of a show's stories and interviews, newscasts, and funding credits each day.
This fall NPR is making some changes to their newsmagazine clocks, in partnership with member stations across the country. This will help align programs with the way people listen to radio today, and provide stations with more flexibility to include the local content that's important to their audiences.
Coastal Concerts has been a long term supporter/underwriter of Delmarva Public Radio, and WSCL listeners know we have aired two of their concerts from last season the past two Saturdays. We are happy to share this news of MD state recognition of their work in the arts community, with special congratulations to Denise Emery.
Delmarva Public Radio has the cure for you...Blue Monday on WSDL, 90.7 FM.
Join us at 9PM-11PM "Blues Unlimited" . Explore the history, heritage and rich cultural traditions of Blues Music in many different forms. You'll hear Chicago blues, Piedmont blues, acoustic and electric blues, and so much more.
Here is a (hopefully) simple explanation of our audio troubles, with a little slideshow to illustrate.
Audio from our studios is delivered to our transmitters in Seaford, Delaware (WSCL, 89.5) and Roxana, Delaware (WSDL, 90.7) via a gadget called a "Barix Box". A Barix unit basically sends the audio through the internet to another Barix unit.
The Show About is a funny fellow...he's not on Facebook, not on Twitter, and doesn't really want to be....we think it has to do with his time spent as a international spy for Luxembourg in the late 1970's.
But...he does love him some postcards! We'll keep a running slideshow of TSA tagged postcards here.
“Fair Warning,” a clever, film-noir-style drama set in contemporary Rehoboth Beach. The drama is an adaptation of a story of the same name written by Dennis Lawson and included in The Beach House, a collection of short stories set in and around the area.