Schedule & Programming

Augie and dad broadcasting liveHave you wondered if there is any rhyme or reason to Countdown2.Christmas Radio’s broadcast? πŸ™‚

Well, no promises it’ll show any of that, but on this page you’ll be able to find out when Augie (and/or mom) and dad will be spinning tunes live, see when you can definitely listen to some really great artists, and find out what is playing now (and has played for a while before).

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Countdown to Augie (and/or Mom) & Dad Sunday at 6PM Mountain


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Listen on Shortwave Radio

WRMISunday night’s program is now simulcast on WRMI’s 9,395 andΒ 9,455 kHz shortwave broadcasts. 9,395 can be heard all over Canada and the U.S. (and has been picked up in Europe). 9,455 points toward the western U.S. (especially south), Mexico, and areas in the Pacific beyond that.

During Daylight Savings in North America, that’s midnight UTC on Monday, otherwise it is 1:00AM. The clock on the left shows you what the UTC time is right now.

If you’ve never tried it, shortwave is both inexpensive and fun…and doesn’t require you be hooked to the Internet. πŸ™‚

Unplug from the Internet, and still listen to the best Christmas music on the planet!

Normal Mix

Our normal mix is mainly older songs (50s, 60s, and 70s) with some catchy, more recent ones snuck in…not to mention a funny track here-and-there. Nothing beats the likes of Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, and so on…but the spice of life is variety…so we make sure there is plenty of it!

There is a bit of a method to our madness and you’ll notice that (based on Mountain time) during even hours you’ll hear:

  • Dean Martin at the top of the hour
  • Frank Sinatra at fifteen after (“Frank at fifteen”)
  • Bing Crosby at the bottom of the hour (“Bing at the bottom”)
  • Nat King Cole at forty-five past

Well, they won’t play exactly at those times…we let whatever was already playing finish first.

Odd hours will have these pop up:

  • Elvis Presley at the top of the hour
  • Andy Williams at fifteen after
  • Gene Autry at the bottom of the hour
  • Burl Ives at forty-five past

Don’t worry about that being the only time you’ll hear those great crooners…they are in the normal mix too…otherwise you could set your watches…sort of…by them. πŸ™‚

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