PopRadio 77 believes in giving air time to programs that cover topics of interest to our listeners. These topics can be religious in nature, political, social, and/or a combination of any of these. Community Interest Programming ("CIP") is the term given to this block of programs that PopRadio 77 airs on the weekends.
On Sunday Mornings beginning at 2:00am, a CIP block begins and ends at 9:00am when regular programming resumes. On Sunday Nights at 9:00pm, another CIP block begins and ends at 4:30am on Monday morning. All-in-all, PopRadio 77 allocates over 14 hours of CIP each broadcast week. The current CIP schedule is below.
PopRadio 77 welcomes inquiries from the listening audience as to the type of CIP that is broadcast, and suggestions as well. PopRadio 77 welcomes the submission of podcasts that may be considered for airing on the CIP blocks on the weekends.
Some of the CIP is nationally syndicated and some is produced locally. PopRadio 77 does not charge for this programming it is provided as a service to listeners. PopRadio 77 does not explicitly support or endorse any of the speakers, the content, or views expressed in any of the programs broadcast during the Community Interest Programming each week. Management welcomes inquiries from listeners that may wish to have a show or podcast broadcast during this weekly Community Interest Programming Block. Send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
TODD'S TOP 20
2am Sunday Morning
Join radio legend Frank Todd for two awesome hours of memories and music from your past. Todd's Top 20 has been on the air for over 10 years. Frank is a former broadcasting professional who returned to doing programs after being introduced to internet broadcasting by someone who worked at the same radio station with him many years in the past.
Host: Martyn Brown
4am Sunday & 9pm Sunday
Martyn Brown used to work for a company that hired Jukeboxes out to pubs, clubs and cafes around the UK. So, record collecting was an obvious hobby and one which he has kept up for over 45 years and counting. Collecting rare vinyl 45s (and 33⅓s, come to that) became a passion where visiting record fairs up and down the country became the norm for DJ Martyn. You’ll hear many of the collector’s items in some of Martyn’s Vinyl Impressions shows. Martyn presents from his own studio (a converted office) in Dorset, United Kingdom each week and enjoys every minute of it, from researching, producing and presenting each program. He has also worked on local radio in Bournemouth, Dorset, presented shows with national radio DJs and performed at some of the biggest clubs around. Rather than retire from music, DJ Martyn prefers to work with Internet Radio to play his record collection to those who really do appreciate good quality music and who realize that there’s possibly more to music than just the ‘Top 40 charts’.
Understanding The Times
A compelling look at current events, Bible Prophecy and apologetics with interviews of well-known authors and prominent leaders from around the world.
Jan Markell was saved under Jewish evangelist Hyman Appleman when she was a child. In Jan’s early ministry years she was a part of the Messianic movement, worked for pro-Israel agencies, and for Jewish evangelism ministries.
In 1982, Jan incorporated Olive Tree Ministries and the goals of the ministry can be read at “Our Purpose.” Jan has written eight major books with prominent Christian publishing houses. She has produced a dozen DVDs, some featured on Sky Angel. At one time she traveled full time across America as a speaker.
Sing For Joy
A Production Of St. Olaf College
The Sing For Joy radio program, produced by St. Olaf College, has a simple mission: to explore the weekly themes of Christian worship by providing the best in sacred choral music and thoughtful commentary. The musical performances eloquently "do the talking," while the concise remarks from host Pastor Bruce Benson illuminate the meaning of the texts.
A defining trait of Sing For Joy is basing each week's music on the scriptural lessons specified in the Revised Common Lectionary. This three-year cycle of readings has become the basis for worship in the services that a majority of the worshiping faithful in America attend.
Listeners from divergent backgrounds appreciate Sing For Joy and what it brings them for a multitude of reasons. Certainly, plenty of churchgoers feel that the program complements their weekly worship experience. And many church musicians express their appreciation for the insights and repertoire ideas the program provides. But Sing For Joy also appeals to listeners from faith traditions transcending the kind of Christian orientation one might expect.
Thru The Bible Questions & Answers
With Dr. J. Vernon McGee (1904-1988)
"By Dr. J. Vernon McGee © Thru the Bible Radio Network, www.ttb.org.”
6:30 Sunday Morning
Questions and Answers offers Dr. J. Vernon McGee's signature wit and wisdom in answering Bible questions sent to him by radio listeners throughout his years of ministry.
7:00 Sunday AM
3:00 Monday AM
The Urban Alternative is the national ministry of Dr. Tony Evans and is dedicated to restoring hope and transforming lives through the proclamation and application of the Word of God.
Dr. Tony Evans is one of the country’s most respected leaders in evangelical circles. As a pastor, teacher, author and speaker, he serves the body of Christ through his unique ability to communicate complex theological truths through simple, yet profound, illustrations. While addressing the practical issues of today, Dr. Evans is known as a relevant expositor. New and veteran pastors alike regard him as a pastor of pastors and a father in the faith.
God's Great Outdoors
with Gerry Caillouet
God’s Great Outdoors is an adventurous weekly radio program hosted by producer and outdoorsman Gerry Caillouet. Join us on a journey to meet with well-known pro sportsmen. "Lindners' Angling Edge's" Ron and Al Lindner, Chuck Buck of Buck Knives, Joni Eareckson Tada of "Joni and Friends", Jimmy Houston, “American’s Favorite Fisherman”, and David Hale and Harold Knight the "Game Call Pros" are just a few of the people who give helpful tips regarding the outdoors as well as reflect on their Christian walk.
With Pastor Erwin W. Lutzer
This Sunday morning program provides a worship service for those unable to attend a local church. With the trusted teaching of Pastor Erwin Lutzer, the Word is proclaimed and glory is given to God. Join us on a journey with the Word, worship, and prayer.
Big Picture Science engages the public with modern science research through smart and humorous storytelling
Seth Shostak, Host and Producer, Big Picture Science
Senior Astronomer, SETI Institute
Molly Bentley, Executive Producer and Co-Host, Big Picture Science
Big Picture Science is produced at the SETI Institute’s radio studio in Mountain View, California. We broadcast and podcast every week. But it wasn’t always so! The program began with the title Are We Alone? in 2002 as a commercially-supported call-in show distributed to a handful of stations on Radio America by Bill Oxley and Seth Shostak, who actually broadcast from their respective living rooms in San Diego and Mountain View. In 2004, Molly Bentley joined AWA as an editor and executive producer, and about that time, support from the NASA Astrobiology Institute allowed us to build our own radio studio and move away from single interview call-ins, to a thematic multi-interview produced show.
"The Magical Mystery Tour" - 11pm Sunday
The Magical Mystery Tour with Tonio Epstein dives into the heart of things exploring new ideas and new ways of seeing and being in this wondrous crazy world we share together. Featuring interviews and talks by creative and leading edge thinkers who are contributing to the “more beautiful world our heart knows is possible.”
Contact Tonio Epstein at email@example.com
The Magical Mystery Tour is produced at Goddard College in Central Vermont. The Magical Mystery Tour is re-broadcast on PopRadio 77 with permission from WGDR Radio Plainfield, VT.
Weird Tales Radio Show
Join British lawyer turned award-winning journalist, author and sometime werewolf-hunter Charles Christian, along with co-host Janie Christian, for a one hour feast of folklore, magick and scary tales. If general off-the-wall weirdness is your thing, then the Weird Tales Radio Show has something for everyone, with its radio magazine format designed for all fans of ghosts, geek, magick, folklore, urban myths and witchcraft – but with a focus on fun and strangeness that sets it apart from other paranormal radio shows.
Described as “The Today Show of the paranormal and supernatural” and “a fabulously atmospheric and over-flowing with esoteric info-show well loved by the geekiverse”
About Alex Smith
Host of syndicated weekly Radio Ecoshock Show – the cutting edge with top scientists, authors and activists. Twelth year on the air as of 2018. Previously a researcher for a global environment group, print journalist, homesteader, world traveler, and private investigator.
Northern Spirit Radio
Each week, Spirit In Action brings you stories of people living lives of fruitful service, of peace, community, compassion, creative action and progressive efforts. We'll trace the spiritual roots that support and nourish them in their service. Above all, we'll seek out Light, Love and Helping Hands, being shared between our many neighbors on this planet, hoping to inspire and encourage you to sink deep roots and produce sacred fruit in your own life.
Spirit In Action is an hour of interviews with those providing leadership in peace, justice and "good works", interspersed with relevant music.
Christian Life Tools
3:30 Monday AM
Jim Reed, Pastor
Take the time and to find a quiet place where your heart and mind can be fully engaged without distractions. You will be blessed and challenged by biblically inspired, life-changing messages. Each feature promises to be a one-of-a-kind listening experience you will find nowhere else.
4:00 Monday AM
Making Contact produces media that analyses critical social and environmental issues and showcases grassroots solutions in order to inform and inspire audiences to action.
Our work heightens public consciousness, broadens debate on critical social issues and encourages civic participation, by giving voice to diverse perspectives and opinions underrepresented in corporate media. Our goal is to produce media that informs, inspires, and moves people to take action.
Community Interest Programming is an important part of the PopRadio 77 weekly broadcast schedule. Serving the community necessitates that airtime be given to organizations, podcasts, and non-profit groups so that listeners can have access to other types of information and entertainment.
PopRadio 77 welcomes inquiries about its Community Interest Programming Schedule. Listeners may contact us using the form on the Contact Us page.