December 9th, 2016:
Congratulations to Terry Story, winner of the Unity Plus LED Flashlight.
The Answer of the blog trivia question Peter, Paul and Mary had this No. 1 song during Christmas 1969? ‘Leaving on a jet plane’
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Today’s blog question: What is your favorite Christmas or Holiday themed Radio Station?
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I listed to Christmas music on my Amazon Prime account.
KAJO, they play a lot of Christmas music and holiday related contests.
BBC Radio 4 is my favorite station. Because of the time change Christmas comes eight hours early when I do so using my C.Crane Internet Radio.
I enjoy Internet radio station YESTERDAY USA. They play allot of Christmas music and OTR
My favorite isn’t a radio station but a particular program. Every year KTRS (AM 550) in Saint Louis airs the Mannheim Steamroller Christmas special with Chip Davis on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. It’s a mixture of very classic Christmas songs and stories. By the end of the shows, you end up learning a lot of Christmas history and although I’ve only heard it about ten years now, it doesn’t feel like Christmas to me without it.
I like WDRB……………..and it comes in beautifully on my CC Skywave.
WBCQ the planet. it will be different in any case.
I listen to “Old Time Radio” using my C. Crane FM Transmitter 2 hooked up to my MacBook Pro to my old CC Radio…
95.1 It’s the only one I know of.
Actually, our family listens to recordings of Advent music. We LOVE Christmas music, but we struggle to make ourselves wait to listen to it until at least the 3rd week of Advent, to increase our longing for the celebration of the birth of the Christ Child. (We do “cheat” by practicing Christmas music on our instruments and in choir practices, though!) And thanks for this lovely give-away blog each year. It is a delight for our entire family!!!
Radio Classics XM 148
Pandora: Robert Shaw Chorale Holiday
WJIB, AM 740, in Cambridge, Mass.
Love Brian Setzer holiday songs on pandora
I like listening to the “America’s Best Music” network on WILE Cambridge Ohio
kiro 97.3 seattle wa … Coast to Coast AM at night!
I enjoy listening to the various Christmas “stations” on Pandora. The CC Wifi Internet Radio is a great way to “tune in” Pandora!
There is no Christmas or Holiday themed radio in Atlanta, but WGN in Chicago broadcasts old radio shows over the Internet every Saturday night. During the holidays some of the shows will have holiday themes.
WFMT a listener supported commercial free classical music station and now wifi channel shares the finest quality classical music on superior wifi. At Christmas time you will hear pieces from your distant memory or never heard before and in fine high fidelity. Plus no commercials ever. So tranquil and inspiring even the announcer/dj’s take some type of soma to relieve us of their emotional excitement 🙂 I recommend WFMT.
I appreciate Coast to Coast’s programming – – with regular people who continue on for the holiday. There is always something special to discuss that day.
All of them! 🙂
WKGL 620 AM, Homer Alaska.Christmas musak all day all month. I never tire of it.
I like 95.1 and 105.1
I mostly listen to 95.1.
The only holiday-themed station I know of is 97.5 out of Martinsburg, WV.
Favorite station in Orange County is KBSR from Saddleback College. Dennis Wills, Tustin, CA
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The kids love listening to a local station (3WS, 94.5) for Christmas music.
98.7 KLUV Christmas
KDGE 102.1 FM
KDGE 102.1 FM
KLUV 98.7 FM
I have to go with the local KMDR in McKinleyville!
Salvation Army and Food Closet and VFW
Not sure if this actually counts but I’ve been helping get the Christmas parade set up for the last dozen years or so I don’t build the floats I just helped everyone with the last minute issues that arise because something always happens at the last minute they weren’t expecting and of course we keep everything in order
The salvation army, I like ringing the bell for the donation kettle, and the food shelf and home less shelter- church.