Weekends on WDIY are filled with many different genres of music and musical styles from all over the world: classical, blues, jazz, folk, alterative, Indian, Arabic, and more. WDIY's weekend music programming is the soundtrack for the adventurous music listener who loves to be introduced to exciting new cultures and ideas.
Geoff Chambers starts off WDIY's musical day on Saturdays with a mix of folk, blues, swing, folk rock, bluegrass and other Americana sounds, focusing on new releases while featuring recordings from as far back as the 1920's.
Discover an international mix of music traditions, new tracks and familiar favorites from rock, reggae, zydeco, Afro pop, jazz, and genres from every continent.
Energetic and soulful blues with regular features on bands and musicians playing in and around the Lehigh Valley.
Travel back in time to hear the sound of the "golden oldies" featuring pop groups and early rock & roll artists of the 1950's and 60's like The Platters, The Box Cutters, Little Richard, Chubby Checker, and more.
Three hours of new and recent indie/alternative releases with some classic favorites mixed in along the way.
Longtime WDIY programmer and winner of the Lehigh Valley Music Awards' Veterans Award, Stewart Brodian brings you an original mix of alternative favorites every Saturday night. With a devotion for local talent, Stewart regularly encourages musicians to submit their material for airplay.
Start your Sunday morning off with a wide range of classical music.
The Sing Out! Radio Magazine is a weekly, hour-long “magazine format” program, hosted by WDIY's Tom Druckenmiller, featuring interviews in addition to “live” and recorded music. The program originates in the Lehigh Valley and is currently being aired in over 25 markets nationwide.
A refreshing blend of new and classic folk music to end your Sunday morning.
Get your musical passport stamped as hosts Deb Carey, Miguel Carey, and Ron Martin take you around the world to experience new cultures and new sounds.
Experience traditional and contemporary Indian music.
Experience traditional and contemporary Arabic music.
Alternating between husband-and-wife team Steve Aaronson/Rosalie Viscomi and Jim Wardrop, Swing Sunday brings you music from the big band era with frequent artist interviews and spotlights.
Sunday evening, Hearing Voices features choral works from some of the premiere composers of today and the past.
Sunday, 9 - 10 PM
Host: Bill Rudman
Bill Rudman’s weekly radio program featuring the best of Broadway and Hollywood has been nationally syndicated since 1998. Embracing music from the turn of the 20th century to today’s biggest hits, each show gathers marvelous songs to explore such wide-ranging themes as “All About Me: Soliloquies,” “Seize the Day!” and “Unrequitedly Yours.”
Two hours of experimental and improvisational jazz music closes out your weekend every Sunday with host Maxx Foxx on one of WDIY's wildest shows.