Radio Free Bridgeport interviews the tastemakers and peacemakers that make the South Side of our fair city what it is. RFB also presents bands live in concert every other week from Studio A
Bi-Weekly(2nd & 4th Days Above)
For almost 25 years, Labor Express Radio has been the only English language labor news and current affairs radio program in Chicago… “News for working people, by working people.” The program covers issues in the labor movement locally, nationally, and internationally. The program also addresses issues of concern to working people such as housing, education, health care, immigrants rights, the environment and U.S. foreign policy, from a working class viewpoint. Labor Express Radio is a member of the Committee for Labor Access, a non-profit entity which is also responsible for the production of the Labor Beat TV program on cable access television in Chicago.
Monthy (1st Day Above)
Playing a different version of punk rock each and every week. Sometimes poppier, sometimes more hardcore-ish!
Monthly (2nd Day Above)
A collection of experimental jazz and non jazz rooted in Chicago’s deep tradition of improvisors.
In order to explain, embrace, explore, exacerbate and enhance our innate human desire to alter our consciousness, “What Day Is It?!?” will present the listener with an earful of not only the groovinest psychedelic tuneskis, but also an all-encompassing psychedelic radio program experience: a truly mind-altering twist on what radio is from a truly mind-altered mind. By taking the listener on a completely different type of ride each week, the destinations are truly limitless. Songs to make you ask the timeless question, What Day Is It!?!.
Bi-Weekly (1st & 3rd Days Above)
Tech Scene Chicago is an independently produced talk radio show written and hosted by Melanie Adcock on Lumpen Radio. The Tech Scene Chicago Radio show is geared toward the public and discusses how they can become part of the local “tech scene” by giving them the scoop on available technology-related events they can attend in their area. Tech Scene Chicago serves as a subsidiary entity of Tech Month Chicago to help further their mission of advocacy awareness and outreach of S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering. Arts, and Mathematics) throughout the city of Chicago.