WSCL 89.5 FM’s broadcast antenna and transmitter in Seaford, DE, are currently being relocated to a new tower approximately two miles away from its current site.
The planned move comes at the request of representatives for WHYY, which owns the tower to which the equipment is attached. WSCL’s coverage area will remain unchanged, though the station may go off the air for a brief period during the relocation.
The Vienna Philharmonic and conductor Andris Nelsons present its ever popular annual New Year's Day concert from the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna. You'll hear your favorite waltzes, polkas and more -- a festive way to start off the New Year. It's presented by NPR Music and hosted by WBUR's Lisa Mullins.
The holiday season is fast approaching! While you cook, clean, and spend time with family and friends, keep your radio tuned to WSCL 89.5 for some relaxing and uplifting programming.
December 23rd at 6PM Candles Burning Brightly
Mindy Ratner hosts this 2017 encore celebration of Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights. "Candles Burning Brightly" explores the meaning and traditions of Chanukah, including holiday foods and Sephardic and Ashkenazi music.
Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition is on the road this week at The University of Delaware in Georgetown, Delaware. Wilson’s guests are Wilson Wyatt, Executive Editor of the Delmarva Review and Anne Colwell, poetry editor as well as associate professor of English at the University. The program features discussion of the latest edition, volume 12, of the literary journal.
The 2019-2020 season of live Saturday Matinee broadcasts from the Toll Brothers- Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network begins this Saturday, December 7th at 1PM on WSCL 89.5 FM with a broadcast of Phillip Glass' opera, Akhnaten.
For more information on the opera selections for this season, please click here.
Dr. Susan Pickman is the Faculty Advisor and USCG Auxiliary Flotilla Staff Officer for the John Jay College Auxiliary University Program Detachment. Her career in education and the criminal justice system is broad and deep. On this occasion she has turned her skills toward history with her book, "Life on the Spanish-American Colonial Frontier", she contends that the beginning of slavery in what would become the United States of America began much earlier than 1619. Dr. Pickman joins Don Rush in this latest episode of Delmarva Today.
Wilson’s guest on Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition is Jerry Sweeney author of the seven book series The Columbiad . Today Sweeney discusses the fifth book in the series, Comes the Electric Circus, a fictional memoir that takes place in the 1950s. On the surface, the 1950s was felt to be a bland time, a tepid time even. A sleepy little era quickly forgotten under the explosive upheaval of the 1960s. But for those who came of age in that era, there was also a sense of unease that manifested itself in a number of ways.
On the one year anniversary of Mike Pretl's death, the Wicomico Environmental Trust has announced the new Mike Pretl Award for Environmental Advocacy to be presented at their upcoming annual dinner and awards event on October 25th.
As of October 10th, 2019, we have raised $32,000 towards our goal of $40,000 in or Fall Silent Drive. Many of you have expressed your satisfation with our "less is more" approach to fundraising and we heartily thank you for your support. If you havent had a chance yet, please click the red "Donate" button at the top of our website.
The shofar, a trumpet made from a ram’s horn, has been heard in synagogues all over the world during the Jewish High Holidays since time immemorial. It has also been heard outside those contexts as a call to battle or a way for shepherds to summon their flocks.
Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition is on the road this month at The Writer’s Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Harold Wilson’s guest is poet Holly Karapetkova. Karapetkova’s writings are broad ranging and unveil the deep wounds left by our history of racism, slavery, and environmental destruction. In sad recognition of the 400 year anniversary last month of the introduction of slavery into the colonies with the offloading of 20 to 30 slaves in Jamestown, Virginia, Wilson’s discussion with Karapetkova focuses primarily on her poems on slavery.
Good news! As of September 17, 2019, we have raised just over $22,000 towards our Fall campaign goal of $40,000. Our Silent Drive concludes on October 19th. Help us to keep the momentum going by donating online here.
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