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Join us September 10th-12 for special live broadcasts from the National Folk Festival in Salisbury, Md. You can listen on WSCL, 89.5- WSDL 90.7- WESM 91.3 or listen from anywhere in the world via streaming at delmarvapublicmedia.org. 

The next step in Delmarva Public Media’s three-station collaboration is to establish a joint web platform. Over the next few weeks, the DPM website will be upgraded to include content, program information and schedules for all three stations on one website. Visual improvements will also be made.

Our staff is working to complete this process as quickly as possible, and expect no disruptions in website users’ ability to access content or donate to the stations. News stories will also be available online.

Delmarva Public Radio has won awards from the 2020 Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcaster's Association Contest. Winners were announced June 8th in Ocean City, MD. For a full list of awards, click here.

Outstanding News Series:

First, Don Rush and Harold Wilson, WSCL/WSDL, Salisbury, Md., "Betty and the Virus."

Outstanding Use of Sound:

First, Don Rush, WSCL/WSDL, Salisbury, Md., "BLM Protest;”

Second, Donald Rush, WSCL/WSDL, Salisbury, Md., "Food Bank."

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Join us this Sunday, July 4th for musical fireworks all day long on WSCL, 89.5 FM

At Noon, listen to a Fourth of July Special with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. Join Julie Amacher for an hour of traditional, patriotic choral music performed by the world-renowned Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.

Stary tuned at 1PM for stirring patriotic music on To Honor and Inspire. Andrea Blain hosts this patriotic encore special, featuring performances by the United States Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine bands.

The North Meets South Duo- Dr. Danielle Cumming and Dr. John Wesley Wright, both faculty members in Salisbury University's Department of Music, Theatre and Dance, perform some selections from their program, "From Spain to Spirituals"  for our Spring Membership drive. 

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For the Love of Music 3

Mar 23, 2021

Dr. Lee Knier

Brian Daniels

Anne Young and Hannah Miller

Dr. Sharon Millbourne Washington

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Brian Daniels

Hannah Miller

Blake Harris

Matt Salzburg

Dr, Karen Olmstead

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Mar 23, 2021

Alyssa Carr

Mary Tyler Upshaw

Brian Daniels

Anne Young

Alex Fregger

Hannah Miller

Welcome to Salisbury University’s Cultural Calendar Highlights for March.

SU’s virtual spring Creative Writing Reading Series continues Wednesday, March 10, as SU creative writing faculty read from their works. Authors include Drs. Ryan Habermeyer, John Nieves and Christine Spillson. They also provide information about the creative writing track in SU’s English major.

For the Love of Music

Feb 22, 2021

This Spring, we’ll be celebrating our love of music! We know that music is one of the finest things in our lives. It’s something positive that's getting us through this long pandemic winter.

In preparation for our Spring Drive, we want to know what you love about music.

Any music.

 

 

WSCL’s over-the-air signal has been experiencing some intermittent dropouts recently due to the microwave link which connects our studio location in Salisbury, MD, to our tower in Seaford, DE. We have purchased a new amplifier in order to correct this problem and anticipate it will be installed soon.

WSCL’s digital signal is unaffected by this issue and the station can be streamed online via web browser, smartphone app, or smart speaker.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and loyal listening.

Welcome to Salisbury University’s Cultural Calendar Highlights for the week of February 1.

SU’s annual Art Department Faculty Exhibition opens Monday, February 1, at SU Art Galleries Downtown. Featuring hot glass, ceramics, painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, photography and new media, the exhibit is available online at www.suartgalleries.org and in person by appointment. A virtual gallery talk with art faculty is Thursday, February 4. The exhibit continues through Friday, April 2.

Delmarva Radio Theatre Presents “Departures.”

The radio drama “Departures” is adapted from a short story of the same name by Bohdan Dowhaluk  published in volume 13 of the Delmarva Review. In addition to the radio play, the program includes a short review of the history of radio theatre and an interview with Mr. Dowhaluk.  The drama was produced on Zoom and features actors with The Community Players of Salisbury. The story is about an aging professor seeking to find himself, and his encounter with a fiery redhead in a hotel room. Their relationship is both humorous and tragic.

Christmas Eve

10AM- A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

Pipedreams host Michael Barone presents this live service of spoken-word and music (choral and organ) broadcast from the chapel of King's College in Cambridge, England. The 30-voice King's College Choir performs the legendary Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols service of Biblical readings and music.

Noon- A Baroque Noel with Pegasus Early Music

Happy Thanksgiving from Delmarva Public Media.  We may unable to gather with our extended families this year, but we can still be thankful for all that we have.  We have musical specials all day long to go with the turkey and dressing.

11AM Every Good Thing

6-11PM October 31st on WSDL 90.7 FM

Wondering what to do this Halloween? Unable to get out to a party this year? Don't fret- let WSDL 90.7 bring the party to you! 

We begin at 6PM with a special Halloween edition of the Retro Cocktail Hour- be sure to make Bloody Marys and Zombies!

Then, the Juke in the Back brings you some vintage horror themed RnB at 8PM.

The 2019-2020 season of Metropolitan Opera has concluded, but there are still plenty of reasons to keep WSCL 89.5 on on Saturday afternoon.

At noon, we continue to air Live from the Grand Teton Music Festival. Conductor Donald Runnicles brings you highlights from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. When that series concludes, we will bring you the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival.

We may not be able to go outside, but we still can enjoy a symphony orchestra every evening on WSCL 89.5FM.

Here is a neat idea- take a break from the internet and bad news on cable tv by having an "electronics fast".

Instead, prepare dinner with your family at 6pm while you listen to Explorning Music.

Then, reward yourself with a family dinner while you listen to a world-class symphony at 7PM!

Here is the Spring evening concert series, starting next week. All programs begin at 7PM.

To celebrate National Poetry Month, on each Thursday Morning in April, at 9:00 am on Delmarva Public Radio WSDL 90.7, we will present a talk by a distinguished regional poet and teacher.

Weekdays at 9PM on WSDL 90.7 FM

Starting this Monday, March 30th, Delmarva Public Radio will air The National Conversation with All Things Considered.  This special programming from NPR is part of the effort to keep you informed of the latest news on COVID-19  Tune in weekdays at 9PM on WSDL, 90.7 FM.

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