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| 3rd Street Garage |
3rd Street Garage rolls out bands that roil just underneath the crust of mainstream rock music, encompassing modern bands that mix rockabilly, blues, R&B, surf rock, frat rock, psychedelia, hard rock and pop that retain the raw rock and roll spirit of the original garage rockers. We pull them up, polish them off and let them shine as the gems that they are. We also dust off lesser known and overlooked nuggets from some legendary bands.
| A View from the Phlipside |
Tune in Tuesday thru Friday as Jay Phillippi provides an insightful look media and pop culture with "A View from the Phlipside."
Tuesday - Friday during Small Things Considered and the Local Rush Hour.
| Arts On Fire |
Tune in every Friday t 1 p.m. to get the latest news on what's happening in local arts and entertainment including news, reviews, interviews and in-studio performances. Hosted by WRFA's Dennis Drew and/or Jason Sample.
(To Download a podcast of an episode, right click on one of the links and click "Save Link As").
| Community Matters |
Thursdays from 6 - 6:30 p.m. and Sundays at Noon on WRFA-LP
Community Matters is a weekly, half-hour long program focusing on various issues that relate to the Jamestown and Chautauqua Region. Featuring various guests, recaps of important news, and the occasional commentary from WRFA Public Affairs Director Jason Sample, Community Matters is your source for engaging and relevant radio programming in Chautauqua County.
| Dr Falcon's Electro Dance Party |
| Hispanic Youth Radio |
News, interviews, music and culture from the Hispanic Youth Community. In English and Spanish
| Justice,History and the Law |
Lectures from the Robert H. Jackson Center
Lectures, interviews and panel discussions from the Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown, NY.
| Lectures from Chautauqua |
The best of the morning lecture series from Chautauqua Institution.
| Local Rush Hour |
Local music, arts and entertainment every weekday afternoon.
| Mystery Train |
Inspired by a childhood full of Elvis, local musician Cindy Haight brings the Rockabilly to Jamestown with Mystery Train. Rockabilly is a diffusion of country and rock-n-roll, but that's just where the show begins. There's always an inclusion of the traditional element, and beyond that you'll hear a range including Punk-a-billy, Garage Rock, Country Rock, Psychedlia... and maybe even the Troggs! Song suggestions (hey, even mp3s) can be submitted to Cindy directly at email@example.com
| Original Sound of Fury |
Dennis Drew sits down and talks with musicians from the Jamestown and Chautauqua County area. Originally aired during the spring of 2009.
The Original Sound of Fury.... Songs and Stories from the Western New York Frontier will run every Thursday night on your community radio station, WRFA-LP
| Rolling Hills Radio |
| Small Things Considered |
Get your day started every weekday morning for two hours with the latest in local news, sports, and weather with WRFA's Small Things Considered.
| Swedish Hour |
Take a tour of Scandinavia without ever leaving Jamestown. The Swedish Hour provides listeners with a weekly opportunity to explore a wide and diverse selection of traditional Scandinavian music. Sundays at 3am (9am Swedish Time) and 7pm.
| The Adam and Sheridan Show |
Every Friday evening at 6 p.m., local progressive political pundits Adam and Sheridan provide an interesting and insightful commentary on news that occured throughout the week.
The progressive duo entertain your brain, Fridays at 6 p.m. with an encore airing each Sunday at 11 a.m.
| WRFA Programming Samples |
WRFA-LP offers a wide variety of news, arts and community programming. Samples of programming are provided below.
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| "What Inspires U?"|
WRFA is teaming up with Univera Healthcare for the "What Inspires U?" Campaign. Simply pick up a magnet frame from the station or local participating sponsor and use it to hold an inspiring photo. Here is what it will look like on your refrigerator or filing cabinet. Plus, the center can be used as a separate magnet to show your support for WRFA.
Magnets can be found at Jamestown Radiology, Family Service of the Chautauqua Region, Shults Auto Group, Jamestown Mattress' Lakewood store, Ryder's Cup, Zahm & Matson, Ag & Turf, Jamestown & Lakewood area YMCA’s, Jamestown Convenience Care, White Daisy Boutique & Tie-Dye, The Reg Lenna Civic Center, Spectrum Eye Care and Peppy Dental.
| WRFA Local Program Podcasts|
Find podcasts of your favorite shows in our Local Programs list.
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