Specialty Shows

Tuesdays with the Band

Every Tuesday on 93.5 WVBR-FM, and online at, host DJ Helen Stride welcome a local music act into the studio for an interview and live music. The show starts right after the 6 pm news-break. Tune in to discover the talent that dives the l...

Rockin' Remnants

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The History of Rockin' Remnants:

Rockin' Remnants as you know it was started on WVBR by George Hiller, circ...

The Vinyl Departure

Stuff you've heard...stuff you haven't!

A free form radio show featuring album cuts from your favorite bands like Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Yes, Marshall Tucker Band, The Beatles , Traffic, Elton John. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan a...

Salt Creek Show

Comin' at you since 1963 with more old-time down home music than you can shake a stick at, the Salt Creek Show is up with the roosters each and every Sunday morning from 6 to 10 am. We think it's the oldest continuously running radio show hereabou...

Miles Ahead

Ithaca's Sunday Afternoon Home for Jazz

The jazz form has evolved through the past 100+ years, and WVBR's resident jazz expert, John Beach, will take you through it all Sunday afternoons from 3:00-6:00PM

Send me any requests for particular j...

Metallic Onslaught

A long running Metal show (Dating back to the early 80's) playing mostly new Metal, with a dose of old school now and again. Some wacky humor in between sets... <a target="blank" href=""><...

The Last Exit for the Lost

A mix of Underground music and comedy. Sometimes some in depth conversations, movie reviews, weird stories, and much more. Metal, Hardcore, Punk, Rock, Goth, Industrial, Symphonic, Doom... and much more.... Find out LOTS more at <a href="http://ww...

Where did the Road Go?

Where Did the Road Go? aims to go deeper than your average fringe-aimed talk show. We ask hard questions, without being overly confrontational. We support the work of our guests. We want to bring their ideas and research to as wide an audience as ...

School of Rock

Featuring high school student DJs from Trumansburg High school and LACS!

Bound For Glory

On a Sunday night in September 1967, Phil Shapiro made his first Ithaca broadcast on WVBR's Bound for Glory, presenting folk music of all sorts and kinds to the Central New York listening audience.

Now, fifty years and more than 1,500 concerts ...


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