WNCW is offering a new calendar for 2013 featuring photos taken in Studio B. It is a compilation of pictures taken of artists passing through the station. Get your calendar in time for 2013 when you support WNCW at the basic member level of $40. Click here!
Join Dennis Jones this Saturday on “Goin’ Across The Mountain” in the Noon hour for a chat with Siler City, NC’s Nu-Blu. The award winning Bluegrass band is in WNC for a show at the historic Old Rock School in Valdese and we will have the radio debut of their new all Gospel CD “Nail By Nail”.
Volunteers are still needed to answer phones during WNCW's Fall Fund Drive. If you can volunteer on Sunday afternoon (10/7), Tuesday morning/afternoon (10/9), Wednesday afternoon (10/10), Thursday (10/11) or Saturday (10/13), please sign up HERE.
Women in North Carolina have made significant social and economic advances in recent decades, but the need for further progress remains. Many of North Carolina’s women are vulnerable to challenges such as unemployment, a persistent wage gap, poverty, and the high cost of child care. In addition, women in the state experience stubborn disparities in opportunities and outcomes—disparities that exist among women of different race and ethnic groups as well as among women from various geographic areas within the state.
Marshall Ballew was WNCW's beloved morning mix host for many years, but he was also the first DJ for World Alternative on October 13th, 1989, WNCW's first day of broadcasting. Join midday host Joe Kendrick in this conversation with Marshall as he recalls he early days of World Alternative and ARC Overnight, how WNCW was almost an exclusively acoustic station, his love of playing music like Captain Beefheart, Laurie Anderson, The Connels and Pylon late at night, how he still buys cassettes and much more.
WNCW's midday host Joe Kendrick speaks with Moogfest founder Ashley Capps about the festival coming up in downtown Asheville, NC on October 26-27. The third year of the festival honoring the vision of Robert Moog features several generations of artists, from electronic pioneers such as Harold Budd and Morton Subotnick to emerging stars like Santigold and Blondes.
Their conversation airs just after NPR news headlines in the one o'clock hour Wednesday, October 3rd.