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Our Mission

WCRS-LP FM is a non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station serving Central Ohioans, providing quality programming to:
•Promote personal and civic responsibility, informed action and thoughtful living;
•Challenge cultural and intellectual assumptions;
•Celebrate local cultures;
•Air alternative points of view and facilitate understanding through dialogue;
•To provide media training and to foster community empowerment and participation.
•To provide representation for under-served and under-represented constituencies
and viewpoints, and to provide news and information not commonly found elsewhere
on the airwaves.

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Bus Bass Show Vol 125


58:13 minutes (66.63 MB)

Live recording of Dj Aria and Dj Gl!tch, all vinyl Drumfunk mix from the Bento Archive.

Reggae Radio Takeover Fundraiser - July 7th - Noon to 8pm

WCRS is hosting a live afternoon of reggae music with live DJs interviews, food and drinks (beer sales to benefit the station) and a charity auction. It is an excellent opportunity to meet people from the local reggae scene, tour the WCRS studios and kick back and enjoy the weekend following the 4th of July.

Admission is free, so come down July 7th (or 8th if it rains) and support community radio. The studio is located behind 1021 E. Broad St and the parking lot behind the station is free to use on evenings and weekends. If you can't make it in person you can tune in to the event via radio at 92.7 & 98.3 or on-line via WCRSfm.org

Columbus Desi Radio - Episode 23


59:55 minutes (82.29 MB)

Youth Empowerment - July 2, 2018

In the spirit of Independence Day, we explore an organization run by youth for youth who are politically active known as the Junior State of America. Former JSA State Governor, Weston Lindner, talks with us about how high school students can be civically active and about the benefits that come with being involved in an organization like the JSA. We also take a look at youth voting trends, teaching professionalism to high schoolers in rural schools, and an opportunity for students to express environmental issues to the public through displaying art.

29:17 minutes (40.21 MB)

Witches Brew - Episode 5

90's Alt Rock

52:22 minutes (69.59 MB)

Track List
1. Paula Cole- Mississippi
2. Hole- Jennifer's Body
3. Letters to Cleo- Rim Shack
4. Cat Power- Cross Bones Style
5. Helium- Medusa
6. Garbage- Butterfly Collector
7. The Breeders- When I Was A Painter
8. PJ Harvey- O Stella
9. Veruca Salt- Victrola
10. That Dog- Anymore
11. Throwing Muses- Start
12. Sleater-Kinney- The Drama You've Been Craving
13. Juliana Hatfield- Swan Song
14. Belly- Stay
15. The Cranberries- The Icicle Melts

Connections - June 25, 2018


25:49 minutes (35.46 MB)

Turn It Up 2018-06-24


2:00:32 minutes (275.9 MB)

The Hidden Hits Hour - Show 14 (June 25, 2018)

Hidden Hits Hour with DJ Rolly Pagniano Mondays 7AM - 8AM on 92.7-FM WCRS Wake up to BEST Music in the morning on the Hidden Hits Hour! Hit music from the past 4 decades that you haven't heard on mainstream radio in a long time (that's why they're "hidden"), including current music that hasn't made it to mainstream radio yet. Turn up the volume on your clock radio and wake up to THE BEST MUSIC IN THE MORNING on WCRS.

57:24 minutes (108.71 MB)

Hidden Hits Hour with DJ Rolly Pagniano
Mondays 7AM - 8AM on 92.7-FM WCRS

Wake up to BEST Music in the morning on the Hidden Hits Hour! Hit music from the past 4 decades that you haven't heard on mainstream radio in a long time (that's why they're "hidden"), including current music that hasn't made it to mainstream radio yet. Turn up the volume on your clock radio and wake up to THE BEST MUSIC IN THE MORNING on WCRS.

Visit WCRS @ Comfest

Hello WCRS listeners, you can come by and visit our booth at Comfest this year.

Our booth is located on the road way that runs through the park to the shelter house. We are on the left (if you are walking south) before the statue of Gooddale if you enter from park near the Gazebo stage.

It's the best way to meet your favorite show hosts and to find out more about the station and how you can get involved.

We have silk screened t-shirts we made ourselves featuring our new logo for sale.

The stickers we ordered might be lost in transit, time will tell.

The Other Side of the News June 22 2018-Family separations, Kris Kobach, Comfest and Columbus arrests

Bob and Dan talk about Trump's change of mind about separating immigrant families but also how his actions smack of fascism. They also discuss how Kris Kobach was shot down in his case to make people show proof of citizenship for voting registration, the Poor People's campaign, the Big Gay Dance Party and Pence protest, and upcoming Comfest and Doo Dah Parade

28:38 minutes (26.22 MB)

Bob and Dan talk about Trump's change of mind about separating immigrant families but also how his actions smack of fascism. They also discuss how Kris Kobach was shot down in his case to make people show proof of citizenship for voting registration, the Poor People's campaign, the Big Gay Dance Party and Pence protest, and upcoming Comfest and Doo Dah Parade

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