The DJ Jeff Show

The DJ Jeff Show

R&B, pop,old school party mixes

Contact the host: (coming soon)

Madison Ward Show

The Madison Ward Show is an interview and talk show discovering and exploring people in the Chapel Hill and Carrboro community who enact and ignite change. Covering a range of topics from student life at UNC to local activists, political thought, and community-driven art and music, The Madison Ward Show inspires community engagement and highlights regional achievements.

Madison Ward is a studdent at UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in Media and Journalism. She has a strong passion for radio broadcasting and believes in the power of local news and its ability to unite and inform a community.

To learn more about upcoming shows, for information about how to be featured, or to nominate an outstanding community member to be on the show, email or follow @themadisonwardshow on Instagram. Be sure to tune in!

The Batchelor News Radio Show

The Batchelor News Radio Show focuses on issues ranging from sports and politics to race, society, and religion. During each hour of the two-hour timeslot, up to four guests — who may include professional athletes, politicians, White House correspondents, and religious leaders — address a different topic. “We want to enlighten, educate, and empower people. We want people to know what’s going on in everyday life,” says L.A. Batchelor. “I have my own personal beliefs — and sometimes I’ll put them out there. But I’m about getting the information out and making people ponder and think.” The Batchelor Pad Show also airs at 900/1250 ESPN radio in New Hampshire and WHBO in Tampa, Florida.

DJ/Host Bio: Born and raised in New Haven, Connecticut, L.A. Batchelor has lived in North Carolina off and on since 1998 and he’s been in radio for 20-plus years. He’s worked at urban R&B, jazz, rock, country, jazz, hip hop, gospel, quiet storm — and he’s done it during morning drive, mid-day, afternoon, evening, and overnight. “I’ve been all over the place,” says Batchelor. “It’s been a blessing. I love radio — it’s in my blood.”

Seeking Justice

The “Seeking Justice” LIVE Radio Talk Show with Mary Hope, Professor of Peace & Conflict Studies examines current issues of conflict from multiple perspectives. The objective of the show is to transcend “right” and “wrong” opinions to more deeply understand the underlying reasons (both sides have) that drive their perspectives.

The goal is to educate the listening public with respectful ways to talk about issues that two sides disagree on.   The conversation is structured to examine the specific issues that individuals disagree on respectfully.

The hope is that this show will reveal to listeners that people can disagree politically, but still care about each other and respect the underlying reasons for different perspectives. When each side thoroughly open its mind to the other perspective without negative judgment or the need to be “right” and the other side “wrong” –  moments of transformation and later transcendence can happen.

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Recalibrating the Scales

Feeling stuck? Become fluid via acquired “balance.” Are you seeking a keen sense of direction? Perhaps, you’re a stagnant student in limbo. A professional seeking your true “predestined” calling? Are you at a crossroads or someone merely aspiring for a passion-filled life to, name a few? My mission is to implore synchronized thinkers to acquire optimal fulfillment utilizing my crafted leap of faith (carpe diem ideology) and three-dimensional perspective/philosophy to yield and sustain relative balance. A plethora of thought provoking tasks and topics spanning from common to avant-garde subjects are meticulously woven into each radio segment, to stretch listeners’ thinking from linear to 3D thought processes over time. As a result, a self overhaul will gracefully unfold by virtue of sustaining one’s equilibrium and becoming unstuck per se. Embrace the journey to short circuit limiting beliefs and practices and ignite the evolution which will take precedence.   

Host:  Normia Vazques Scales , email:

Grateful Dave’s High Lonesome

Grateful Dave’s High Lonesome

Join Grateful Dave each week, as he takes a journey through Bluegrass, NewGrass, Americana, and American roots music, from Elisabeth Cotton to Elisabeth Reed and beyond.

Grateful Dave Cottingham  email:

Claire Galt Show

The Claire Galt Show is a weekly talk show fused with a lively mixture of local guests including activists, musicians, artists, entrepreneurs, newsmakers and other trailblazers from the UNC community, the Chapel Hill area, and greater North Carolina who are making a difference in our community.
Your host Claire Galt is a student in the UNC Chapel Hill Hussman School of Journalism and Media.  Claire brings her unique perspective to the interesting happenings in our area.

Focus On Business

Focus on Business is hosted by author, speaker, entrepreneur, and business consultant Lea Strickland. Focus on Business covers the topics and issues impacting businesses from Main Street to Wall Street – legislation, regulations, finance, start-up, management, leadership, economics, and the how-to of business success. The program highlights local, regional and national for-profit and non-profit businesses, subject matter experts, and leaders who share their insights and life lessons on starting, running, and growing the business community.

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The Blotter Zine

The Blotter Magazine exists to nurture underground, outsider literature and art and to provide it to a wide audience.

Contact the hosts:

Martin Smith <>
Paul Ender <>,
Wes Lamb <>

Music from the Library – Gospel

A wide selection of local national and international gospel music, multi-denominational, from the community radio music library.  You never know what you’ll hear!