Programs A-Z

  • Hear the best in classical music every weekday afternoon on WVTF.  

  • On All That Jazz, host/producer Charlie Perkinson draws from his many years  listening, loving, and playing jazz.

    Each weekend, Charlie expands on the foundation of jazz by playing a greater variety of the genre that maintains a vital...

  • Back to the Blue Ridge is WVTF's locally produced two hour weekly program featuring traditional acoustic music of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Piedmont region.

    From traditional to contemporary bluegrass and old-time music to blues,...

  • On Jazz Tonight, Charlie  Perkinson expands on the foundation of jazz by playing a greater variety of the genre that maintains a vital link to the mainstream of the music--improvisation, swing, a groove, and a feeling of the blues.

  • Now in its eighty-fourth year, the Metropolitan Opera's Saturday matinee broadcasts are the longest-running continuous classical music program in radio history. The 2014-2015 season of the Metropolitan Opera radio broadcasts will begin on...

  • Listen to the best of classical music every weekday morning.

  • The Mormon Tabernacle Choir's first network radio program (with the organ, choir, and announcer sharing a single microphone) was transmitted on July 15, 1929. Today, after more than 80 years and over 4,100 broadcasts, 

  • Hear the best in classical music overnights on WVTF.

  • Through sacred choral music and thoughtful commentary expressing the biblical themes that are the basis of Christian worship for each week in the church year, Sing for Joy prepares listeners for...

  • It's Big Band and "Swing" every Sunday evening at 8:00 on WVTF's Swingin' Sunday Night. Host Bill Thomas picks some real grooves to share with his legion of swing fans from our ample music library. It's swell!

  • One of public radio's most popular music programs is created in the foothills of the Scottish Highlands. When you  listen to The Thistle and Shamrock , you're there too.

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  • WVTF presents the classics as selected by our creative music director Steve Brown and played by our weekend hosts.  Preempted by the Metropolitan Opera during their season.