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WCRM Podcast
Want to take WCRM on the road, or listen as you pass the time on that morning comute via public transportation:

Step One Open iTunes (6.0 or later). If you need it, download it here.
Step Two In iTunes, go to "Advanced", then "Subscribe to Podcast...", or use keyboard shortcut Ctrl-U to "Subscribe to Podcast"
Step Three In the resulting window, simply copy and paste in the following url:

http://www.cityreliquary.org/wcrm/podcast.xml

Step Four The shows will be downloaded to iTunes automatically. Remember, iTunes only downloads the first available audio file, make sure to click and expand your WCRM group in iTunes and press the GET button next to each available show! Check back each month!

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Select Streaming Archive : March. aka That Masked Man
If you missed our live broadcast in March, you can listen to it right now. The following stream is intended for those with DSL and Cable connections.

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This Show is Available for Immediate Listening Via Our Select Streaming Archives.


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Please email us with any technical difficulties as we would like to bring you the most pleasant listening experience.

Contact: wcrm@cityreliquary.org


Select Streaming Archive : December. The Moving Show
If you missed our live broadcast in December, you can listen to it right now. The following stream is intended for those with DSL and Cable connections.

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This Show is Available for Immediate Listening Via Our Select Streaming Archives.


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Please email us with any technical difficulties as we would like to bring you the most pleasant listening experience.

Contact: wcrm@cityreliquary.org


Select Streaming Archive: November. The Coffee Show
If you missed our live broadcast on November 3rd, you can listen to it right now. The following stream is intended for those with DSL and Cable connections. For all modem users, just use the WCRM Radio 24/7 link and you'll be able to hear Select Broadcasts of our past shows on a rotating basis.

Don't Wait for the Scheduled Broadcast on Radio 24/7!
This Show is Available for Immediate Listening Via Our Select Streaming Archives.


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Please email us with any technical difficulties as we would like to bring you the most pleasant listening experience.

Contact: wcrm@cityreliquary.org


Submit Content
The Citiznes Radio Music Station proudly opens its arms to you, the listener and community member to submit content for future broadcast.

Now Taking Submissions for Our December 1st Show. Submissions Due By November 24th:
Moving Day A Show About Trasitions, Luggage, Both Coming and Going, NYC Moving Stories Etc.

What we want:
Themed Playlists
Local Musicians and Bands
Spoken Word Segments
Interviews with Interesting Characters
Etc.

Use our online message center to let us know what you have.
Message Form



Coffee: November 3. 2005
The City Reliquary Museum presents:
WCRM, The Citizensí Radio Music Show
Thursday, November 3, 2005, 8:00 PM-10:00 PM

This month, WCRM, The Citizensí Radio Music Show starts little earlier but is bound to stay up later as the theme this month is COFFEE. We'll have this months collector Rodger Stevens in the studio for a few questions about his Paper Coffee Cup Collection. We've also asked Marshall Brain, creator and chief contributor of HowStuffWorks.com, to explain for us How Coffee Works?

Throughout this broadcast we will be treated to a Selection of Music Curated by Erica Matthews, resident Coffee Coniseur. Erica also brings us movie quotes, literary refrences, and coffee facts as we dig into the cultural effects of the coffee bean.

Regular Contributers to the show this month include: Jesse James Arnold, Dave Herman, Mindy Abovitz and George Ferrandi.

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This Show is Available for Immediate Listening Via Our Select Streaming Archives.


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WCRM 24/7 Broadcast
Off the Air as we prepare new programming. Please take the time to listen to our Select Streaming Archives in the meantime.

Don't just sit there and dodge work by reading email on the clock... become a WCRM listener right now. Take a listen to Good Music and some of Our Select Broadcasts. More original content on the way in the coming weeks.

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Contact: wcrm@cityreliquary.org



Select Streaming Archive : October. The Live Show
Thanks to everyone who tuned into our live broadcast on October 6 2005. If you were not able to catch us live you can now stream each show from the WCRM Online Archives. The following stream is intended for those with DSL and Cable connections. For all modem users, just use the WCRM Radio 24/7 link and you'll be able to hear Select Broadcasts of our past shows on a rotating basis.

Don't Wait for the Scheduled Broadcast on Radio 24/7!
This Show is Available for Immediate Listening Via Our Select Streaming Archives.


Launch the Live Show: STREAM NOW!

Please email us with any technical difficulties as we would like to bring you the most pleasant listening experience.

Contact: wcrm@cityreliquary.org


Live: October 6. 2005
The City Reliquary Museum presents:
WCRM, The Citizensí Radio Music Show
Thursday, October 6, 2005, 10:00 PM-12:00 midnight

This month, WCRM, The Citizensí Radio Music Show focuses on being "Live". As the show and crew debated our own issues of producing and broadcasting ourselves live, we decided to take it to the "show". The broadcast will look at: the histories of live performance and studio production, unique moments in musical performace when audieces talked back, live comedy on televsion that pushed censorship, artists who decided to turn away from live performace all together, and music that was born in a studio and live performace is actually the afterthought.

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This Show is Available for Immediate Listening Via Our Select Streaming Archives.


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Brooklyn Barbecue: July 7. 2005
The City Reliquary Museum presents:
WCRM, The Citizensí Radio Music Show
Thursday, July 7, 2005, 10:00 PM-12:00 midnight

This month, WCRM, The Citizensí Radio Music Show celebrates the summertime joys of BBQ in the BK. Thatís right folks, two steamy hours of barbecue talk and related music brought to you by your friends at The City Reliquary.

In the hot seat this month are our featured Community Collections collector of vintage meat recipe books, Paul Lukas, and Freedom Tripodi, special guest chef of local vegan fast food joint, Foodswings.

We will talk to these fine fellows on the topic of sauces, faux meat, and great grill secrets. Also joining us for live rock-n-roll and barbecue trivia will be Brooklyn based band, The Besties. Tune in friends for this and much, much moreÖ see you all in Radio Land!

Brought to you by The City Reliquary, Co-Producers Dave Herman and George Ferrandi, your host Mindy Abovitz, and Head Engineer Tianna Kennedy.

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Gardening: June 2. 2005
The City Reliquary Museum presents:
WCRM, The Citizensí Radio Music Show
Thursday, June 2. 2005 , 10:00 PM-12:00 midnight

In this, the fifth installation of WCRM-The Citizens' Radio Music Show, hosts Mindy Abovitz, City Reliquary Vice President George Ferrandi and City Reliquary President Dave Herman dedicate an entire show to the theme of gardening.

Guests will include Aaron Linn, a former Future Farmers of America member who has devised a hydroponic system of growing tomato plants in used 5 gallon buckets, City Reliquary resident gardener Cal Patch, herb sketch artist Leslie Reed and collaborator Bob Brain.

The musical guest for the evening will be The Miami Ice Machine, featuring NYC Parks Department employee Graham Watling and friends. Guests will play "Guess That Herb" trivia based on smell and picture clues.

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