WCFA's on-air DJs play jazz, American roots, folk, themed programs, rock, classical, movie music, and more. Talk shows cover the local restaurant scene, local artists and performers, local and national sports, life in and around the harbor, storytelling, local events and affairs, and a little politics.
MORNING JAZZ AND MORE with MIKE KEOSKY
Get your morning off to a great start when host Mike Keosky brings you MORNING JAZZ and MORE every Friday morning from 9 to 11 AM. It is a bright mix of cool jazz, featuring some of the classic Jazz Masters, as well as new emerging artists, and the latest new releases. Along with the day’s news, sports and weather, you’ll also hear all the great music from The American Songbook. Photo courtesy of Mike Keosky.
LOCALS OF CAPE MAY
"Locals of Cape May" airs Mondays at 9 AM, Wednesdays at 9 PM, and Fridays at 2 PM, recorded at either Uncle Bill's Pancake House in Cape May or North Cape May, and on demand latest tracks on Soundcloud.
JUST THE GOOD SONGS
"Just The Good Songs" with Ed McDonough is live every Sunday from 9 am - 11 am
ThEATRE OF THE MIND
Theatre of the Mind airs Monday 4 pm - 5 pm, Wednesday 1 pm - 2 pm, and twice on Saturday, 12 pm - 1 pm and 8 pm - 9 pm.
SMARTEST GUYS IN THE ROOM
"Smartest Guys in the Room" airs Sunday 8 am - 9 am and Friday 12 pm - 1 pm.
JAZZ and POETRY
Tune in on Wednesdays at 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM for a morning of jazz and other music genres, as well as readings by host Barbara Groark or by guest readers. Literature from any point in culture, history and geography, poetry and prose, including recent U.S. poet laureates and local Cape May poets. Explore the world of music and spoken word every Wednesday from 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM with "Jazz and Poetry."
Good Morning Friday w/ Marie and Ed
Tune in to Good Morning Friday with Marie and Ed from 7 AM to 9 AM every Friday. Start your weekend off right with this light-hearted show where the accent is on the positive. Each week you’ll hear music, fun facts, recipes, comedy, happy history, the famous Birthday Mashup and the lively banter of a married couple with very different tastes.
Duke’s Place airs Monday 5 -6 pm and rebroadcasts on Wednesday 5 -6 pm and Saturday 3 - 4 pm. Each week Duke The DJ picks a theme and takes you on a musical journey. You'll hear the stories behind and around the music. Once you've heard an artist on Duke's Place you'll never listen to them the same way again. All the styles of music are played
Join Duke The DJ, the musical obsessive, on his quest to bring you the Sound of Surprise!
"Kathy's Cantina, Sat. From 4:00 to 5:00 pm, featuring music for " those that have been there, and those that are on their way".
Kathy Reeves will bring to you music from numerous genres, perhaps with a theme, from her own collection and WCFA's library. Listen as you travel, prepare food, or otherwise want the company of friends and strangers at the cantina of life.
Kathy's Cantina, Sat.4:00-5:00 pm, following Duke's Place, here on WCFA 101.5 FM Cape May radio.
OPEN MIC: THE LIVING ROOM SESSIONS
Join hosts Roy Baker and Liz Shay every Sunday 4 pm - 5 pm and Tuesday 8 pm - 9 pm, and Wednesday 2 pm - 3 pm for Open Mic: The Living Room Sessions – the program that brings you live performances and interviews with the musicians that make up the vibrant music scene throughout the Cape May County.
JAZZ AND MORE
Join Bernadette Dean Wednesday afternoon at 3 for her show "Jazz and More". She plays a lot of music from her own collection as well as from the WCFA library. Expect the unexpected. Sometimes you will hear Broadway hits, Big Bands, New Orleans Jazz, Doo Wop, and even Disco!. You can also expect some history and interesting tidbits about the artist. That's Wednesday afternoon at 3PM!
ARTISTS WITH A PURPOSE
"Artists With a Purpose" airs Thursday 2 pm - 3 pm.
"Mary's Mix" airs Thursday 12 pm - 2 pm.
"JD's Corner" with Jerry Davis airs Tuesday noon - 3 PM
THE Carl Epps SHOW
(Note: on hiatus) "The Carl Epps Show" airs Saturday 5 pm - 8 pm.
SIMPLY CLASSIC WITH DAVID PAGE
Every Sunday at 3 pm, David Page brings you a selection of timeless classics from all across the musical spectrum. From the Great American songbook to rock, jazz, country and more. And from different eras - from the 20’s through today. Where else can you find Willie Nelson, Louis Armstrong, and The Who proving the same musical point in the very same episode? All served up with obscure and surprising facts about the artists and their music, as well as lost interviews and unique moments.
THE OTHER SIDE
The Other Side” mirrors the goal and content of Mark Allen's Star and Wave newspaper column also called the “The Other Side.
The program focuses on the issues, news, topics and people of Cape May’s “other side” which is to say, the harbor side of Cape May.
Our topics include but are not limited to commercial and recreational fishing, water based recreational sports and activities such as whale watching, kayaking, etc; issues pertaining to the Coast Guard, harbor based restaurants and businesses, the MidAtlantic marlin tournament (the richest in the world), the Nature Center of Cape May and its many programs, and all related environmental issues.
Every program starts out with Beyond the Sea and I usually have a guest or two. The Other Side airs Friday 1 PM - 2 PM
"Sunday Classics" airs Sunday 11 am - 1 pm.
FRIENDS AND FAMILY
"Friends and Family" airs Sunday 1 pm - 2 pm.
OFF THE WALL WITH RICK AND SANDY
"Off the Wall with Rick & Sandy” is where you can hear the best classic rock and more! Mix that together with: Birthdays, Fractured Trivia, Cape May Area News and Events, Cooking with Snags, Ricky's History Corner, guest interviews, and just plain FUN! Tune in to “Off the Wall with Rick & Sandy” every Monday morning from 10 AM till noon, Wednesday nights from 10 PM -midnight, and Friday afternoons from 3-5 PM. "Off the Wall with Rick & Sandy” - A great way to begin your week, spend a Wednesday late night, or a terrific way to end your work week!
Artists and musical trends move from one genre to another. TRANSITIONS follows these trends and features special shows devoted to long time musical greats. You never know if its Rock, Folk, Country, Pop or what? - but on TRANSITIONS, artists do it all. Join Host Drew Richardsen for TRANSITIONS. Sundays 2-3 pm, with an encore performance Friday 6-7 pm.
GOOD MORNING tuesday WITH DAVID MACKENZIE
(Note: on hiatus) Good stuff to wake up to every Tuesday morning, a mix of new and old, of styles - - even of countries, all lively enough to get you going. Rock, folk and Americana, blues, reggae - - even a little jazz sneaks in. It all works! Good Morning with David Mackenzie airs every Tuesday from 7 to 9 AM.
IT'S ALL GOOD
Tune in to “It’s All Good” with host Annie Walsh…on Sundays, 5-7 pm, and Thursdays, 3-5 pm, for a “NO NEWS ZONE”. Annie picks a musical theme of positivity each week and provides listeners with some light info and occasional guests to accompany the diverse musical mix. Everyone needs an escape, so why not escape to the cape for a couple hours with Annie. “It’s All Good” also airs by our “sister station”the Voice of Bonne Bay in Newfoundland. From Cape May to Bonne Bay, “It’s All Good!”
DOCTOR FITZTASTIC MYSTERY HOUR THURSDAYS 7 TO 9PM
Old Time Radio HouR
"Old Time Radio Hour" with Tom Hogan airs Sundays 7-8 pm
bonne Bay mornings w/mike & Kathy (Special international Broadcast)
Join Mike & Kathy Madigan most Wednesday mornings 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM when they broadcast from their kitchen in Woody Point, Newfoundland and Labrador. The show includes some lively chatter about what happened during the past week, what is happening in the near future, and usually an interview of someone with a local connection. There are usually some laughs and listener interaction is encouraged. They play a lot of Newfoundland/Irish music with a special emphasis on music by artist from the Gros Morne area and other music that strikes their fancy.