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Our current featured show is Bike Talk, hosted by a cast of bikers including Galen Mook! We spoke to Galen for a featured show interview. Bike Talk airs every other Wednesday at 7pm and you can hear their next show on March 28th.

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As we near the end of Women’s Week 2018, we spoke to Heather D. of Late Risers’ Club and Backpacks and Magazines for a featured show interview! You can hear Heather on the air hosting LRC today from 10am-noon, or every Saturday from 8-9pm hosting Backpacks and Magazines.

Women’s Week runs from March 5th-11th, featuring a week of women-centered programming in recognition of International Women’s Day 2018.

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Today marks the start of Women’s Week, WMBR’s celebration of International Women’s Day 2018! We’re kicking off the event with a featured show interview with Sara, host of 1001 and resident WMBR storyteller. You can hear Sara on the air tonight 3/5 from 10-11pm!

Women’s Week runs from March 5th-11th, featuring a week of women-centered programming. We’re also holding an on-campus panel about media, activism and social justice, 7pm this Wednesday 3/7 – learn more here!

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From March 5th-11th, WMBR will be celebrating International Women‘s Day 2018 with Women’s Week! The week will feature diverse programming curated by individual DJs, ranging from celebrating women artists to discussing of women‘s issues. We’re also holding an on-campus panel about media, activism and social justice in collaboration with MIT SPXCE at 7pm on Wednesday 3/7 – learn more here! You can engage with us using the #WomensWeekWMBR hashtag or by calling in at 617-253-8810.

This is the second time we’re running Women’s Week, following our IWD 2017 celebration in March last year. However, WMBR has a history of celebrating IWD, starting in 1978!

Here are some historical photos and posters from our past IWD celebrations, including a news article published in 1988. Images kindly provided by Chuck (host of In the Margin) and sourced from a ‘History of Radio’ exhibit displayed at the Harvard Science Center from March to December 2016.

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Two DJs broadcasting from WMBR’s studios (we think!).

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