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Show Spotlight: Maggie

Spinning the most stylish of feel-good goodies, Maggie is this week's Show Spotlight. Riding bikes and taking names, she is the epitome of chill. What inspires her to play the rad selection she seems to put down week after week and where did she first hear the songs that have shaped her image?

Jump into the groove with her here!

Show Spotlight: The DJ Tanner Show

Want your fix on local music? DJ Tanner, our resident humble cool kid, brings it to you in the quirkiest and awesomest of ways. She's the non-profit, New England music promoter that features local artists from punk to house music. Check out her favorite in the local scene and how to get on her good side right here!






Show Spotlight: Olivia

Wondering who that disembodied voice of the crazy lady playing that HUGE variety of funk, pop and rock on Thursdays from 9-12pm belongs to? She's Olivia, the fiesty, funky, cool girl bringing you tidbits of music and knowledge from groovy bands to words you should really add to your vocabulary.

Read about her goals, ambitions, and how she ended up at WUNH in the first place here!


Show Spotlight: Monday Night Jazz

 mingusMonday Night Jazz is finding its way back to its roots through the likes of Charles Mingus, Stanley Clarke, and the new DJ spinning it all.

Having gone through a slur of DJs in recent years with their own unique feelings about what truly great jazz sounds like, will this young DJ live up to the name? We sure think so.

Find out who he is and what you can expect to hear every Monday night from now on here!

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The Voice Box Blog: Getting a Radio DJ's Attention

Head over to wunh.org/blogs/brendan to check out a new blog series from WUNH DJ Brendan McCann (The Voice Box) about getting radio DJs like us to play your group's music. This 3-part series will cover aspects of design strategy and publicity through storytelling, all with the goal that you, the artist, can incorporate some new ideas for creating the most marketable album ever. Don't forget to send it to WUNH when you are done!

> Go to Part 1: Album Design
> Go to Part 2: Tell Your Story
> Go to Part 3: Plan Your Sound


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Polka Party

on Fall 2017 Saturday 9-11am.

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If you are in the southern New Hampshire region on Saturday mornings give it a try. It is not your typical polka radio show, but a colorful blend of old world and American culture neatly packaged from 9 to 11 am on 91.3 FM. For live and archived shows you can go to the station's website at www.wunh.org and for ipod / itunes users Get the podcast on itunes.

Since 1987 Sredzienski has been the producer and host of the NH Seacoast's most popular radio program. Polka Party airs every Saturday 9-11 am EST over 91.3 FM WUNH at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.

Ethnic radio is preserved on this weekly variety show which features eastern European music, culture, traditions, local dedications, Gary playing his accordions on air, comedy skits, and of course.... Polka!

Gary Sredzienski's Polka Party was featured on NH Public Television's program, NH Crossroads.

Return to the Pit

on Fall 2017 Monday 9pm-Tuesday 12am.

Return to the Pit (RttP) is a death metal, hardcore, black metal, grindcore, and aggressive/loud rock radio show on 91.3 FM WUNH, Durham, New Hampshire. The show first aired on September 2, 1996. The host, Rev Aaron Michael Pepelis, started the show following a former WUNH show called "the Pit" (circa 1990-1996), which was following in the footsteps of an even earlier show called "Metal Storm" from the 80's. The name, Return to the Pit, started as a joke which just stuck. Ten years later, RttP expanded into the digital age with a webpage, strong e-community, concert photography, livestream, podcast, and more.

The show traditionally opens with Stigmata by Ministry.

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