WRGY community radio broadcasts through the air at 90.5 FM and we broadcast live from our wrgy.org website. We are a low power educational and community station with studios on Main Street Rangeley and sending a signal from Saddleback Mountain. We broadcast local, state and national programming year round, some produced and hosted by locals, others sent from across the state and nationwide.
Here is just a sample of some of the programs you can watch on our little station in the wilderness of western Maine.
Jazz over time
Sundays at 10 am… locally produced program with transcriptions of 100 Jazz Institute vinyl recordings, as well as recently released recordings. The full arc of jazz from the early years to what is being played now.
Broadcast on Tuesday at 7 a.m. and Saturday at noon. Presented by veteran, New York-based Scottish presenter Michael Park. American style music but created by a full range of international musicians.
Living on earth
Thursdays at 7 p.m. Hosted by Steve Curwood, the award-winning “Living on Earth” environmental news program explores the major issues affecting the world we live in. This program is brought to us thanks to the generous subscription of Touch the Wild Gallery here in Rangeley.
Paul Ingles 10,000 good songs
You can see Paul on WRGY every Saturday at 8 a.m. Award-winning music documentary filmmaker Paul Ingles presents his curated mix of pieces from his eclectic personal collection. Insightful and entertaining and very eclectic.
Please review our program and note the wide variety of music and programming … from the New York Philharmonic and Chamber Society of Lincoln Center to Big Picture Science and Planetary Radio to stimulating programs on events of
the day (Reveal, With Good Reason and Philosophy Talk)… we even have a cooking show hosted by the people of Milk Street. And if you like live gigs, it doesn’t get better than Fur Peace with former Hot Tuna guitarist Jorma Kaukonen as well as Woodsongs hosted by Michael Johnathon.
WRGY is a community radio station, reflecting the wide range of musical tastes and interests of everyone here in the Rangeley area… .Connect us and enjoy your beautiful day!
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