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News from the Freeform Front

All hail the power of radio! WFMU's 2015 fundraising Marathon is coming your way, March 8-22! Get ready for stunts, prizes, hilarious and awkward DJ blather, and of course, our shiny new batch of swag! Hit this page for more information, this page to make a pledge, and drop this guy a line if you'd like to volunteer during the Marathon.
Don't miss WFMU Movie Night on April 2nd, featuring a screening of Peter Watkins' 1967 film "Privilege." Presented by Rich Hazelton of Inflatable Squirrel Carcass, this great rock 'n' roll film stars Paul Jones (sang "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" with Manfred Mann), and Jean Shrimpton (helped introduce the miniskirt). Upon initial release, the national theatre circuit in England would not show the film due to its "immoral nature." Tickets here.
Many WFMU radio sessions and past Monty Hall shows can be experienced through WFMU's Vimeo portal, with performances by Sir Richard Bishop, Pampers, Spectre Folk, Doug Gillard, Watery Love, and Mucca Pazza, plus Record Fair footage, and more -- check it out!
Take us with you: WFMU offers tons of downloadable podcasts! Many of your favorite 'FMU shows are available in convenient MP3 form, and we also offer plenty of exclusive podcast-only shows to boot. Check out our podcast page!
Coming up at Monty Hall:
Wed 3/18 - Seven Second Delay Marathon Special with Ken & Andy, 6pm | $5 at the door
Fri 3/20 - Miracle Nutrition's Hearty White presents an evening of story, song, inspiration, and oddity, 8pm | $5 at the door
Thurs 4/2 - WFMU Movie Night: Peter Watkins' Privilege, a rock 'n' roll film starring Paul Jones and Jean Shrimpton, presented by Rich Hazelton | tickets $10
Fri 4/17 - A screening of My Secret World - The Story of Sarah Records plus Q&A w/ Clare Wadd, presented by Trouble, 8pm | tickets $8
Sat 4/18 - To Create Something Beautiful - in the spirit of Sarah Records:
The New Lines / Pale Lights / Ghost Gum / DJ Keith D'Arcy, 8pm | tickets $10
Wed 4/22 - Ex Hex / The Above, 8pm | tickets $15

Playing Today

The WFMU time is now 6:21am EST on Tuesday. (Full Schedule.)

Tuesday
6am to 9am
(Web-only)
Options Marty McSorley
[See the playlist]
9am to Noon Options This Is The Modern World with Trouble
Noon to 3pm Options Liz Berg
3pm to 6pm Options Brian Turner
6pm to 7pm Options Aerial View with Chris T.
7pm to 8pm Options Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins
8pm to 9pm Options The Ragged Antique Phonograph Program with MAC and Mike the Barber
9pm to Midnight This week only: Options Steve Krinsky
Special: Steve Krinsky fills in for Irene Trudel
Wednesday
Midnight to 3am Options Wm. Berger presents My Castle of Quiet
3am to 6am Options Garbage Time with Matt Warwick