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Lunch at Your Desk
Monday-Friday. Julie Kramer serves a commercial-free hour of your favorite RadioBDC music from the late-70s through the early-2000s. E-mail julie@boston.com to get your requests on.
On air from 12 PM to 1 PM
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The Free-For-All
Monday-Friday. The Free-For-All is as advertised: Adam 12 bends genres and breaks format for two hours every weekday starting at 4 p.m. Your requests fuel the Free-For-All, so connect with RadioBDC on Twitter and Facebook so 12 can put your songs in the mix.
On air from 4 PM to 6 PM
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The Brink with Paul Driscoll
Monday-Thursday. Paul Driscoll curates a fine mix of new tracks, imports, and local standouts. Listen to The Brink to get sorted on what's next and now in the world of alternative and indie music.
On air from 6 PM to 8 PM
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LocalBDC with Steph Mangan
Monday-Thursday. The best of Boston’s music scene: past, present, and future
On air from 8 PM to 9 PM
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Grrl Power with Steph Mangan
Wednesdays and Sundays. Tune in to hear Steph play a unique mix of music from emerging female artists.
On air from 9 PM to 10 PM
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The Celebrity Series Takeover
Thursdays. Artists, national and international celebrities, and local tastemakers take the controls, spinning their favorite tracks on RadioBDC.
On air from 9 PM to 10 PM
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The Oedipus Project
Saturdays. America’s first Punk Rock DJ /Boston radio legend, Oedipus, brings you two hours of new music to start of your Saturday.
On air from 10 AM to 12 PM
BDC Brunch with Paul Driscoll
Sundays. Paul Driscoll plays an eclectic mix of live, stripped down and acoustic tracks every Sunday on RadioBDC. The program also includes exclusive material from RadioBDC’s Live in the Lab and studio sessions.
On air from 10 AM to 12 PM

RadioBDC staff

Adam 12 Adam 12

Not only is Adam 12 RadioBDC's Production Director, he is also the station’s Afternoon Presenter. Weekdays starting at 4 p.m., he gives you full control of RadioBDC with the 4 O’clock Free-4-All.

Henry Santoro Henry Santoro

Henry is always on the lookout for news. He’s RadioBDC’s News Director and Morning Presenter. He’s also a music and art collector, and is a world-class cook with over 5,000 cookbooks in his library.

Julie Kramer Julie Kramer

Julie enters the building every day with a big smile and trough of freshly brewed coffee. She is RadioBDC's Music Director and Midday Presenter. Listen to Lunch At Your Desk weekdays from Noon to 1p.m.

Paul Driscoll Paul Driscoll

Paul is the Director of Operations and Program Development for RadioBDC. He is also the presenter of The Brink and the BDCBrunch. During his time working in the music industry he has played a key role in helping break a number of artists on the local, national and worldwide stage.

Steph Mangan Steph Mangan

Steph Mangan hosts Grrl Power and LocalBDC. When she's not at the studio, she is constantly on the look out for up-and-coming local bands and attending shows at Boston's many venues. She is an avid enthusiast of burritos and denim jackets.

From RadioBDC

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Catfish and the Bottlemen Live in the Lab
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We were lucky enough to have Catfish and the Bottlemen perform Live in the Lab on October 3rd, 2014. The Welsh band performed 3 songs from their debut album “The Balcony” in the RadioBDC Studio B, powered by Shock Top. More

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Hugo Boss Isn’t The First Company To Be Caught “Borrowing” Music
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It’s as if Hugo Boss didn’t even try to mask their plagiarism when they used “a poorly disguised fake” adaptation of The XX’s 2009 hit “Intro” in a recent commercial. The flagrant rip-off caught the attention of the band’s label, Young Turks, who tweeted a justifiably irritated response. Sadly this isn’t the first company to shamelessly rip-off musicians. Despite plagiarism being almost guaranteed to get called out in today’s digital age, Hugo Boss doesn’t stand alone in the spotlight of shame. Below is the commercial in question, along with a few examples of other popular companies who have been caught “borrowing” the work of others. More

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Some soundtrack suggestions for when Twin Peaks returns in 2016
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Read this quote out loud in the voice of a creepy, dreamy giant: “It is happening again.” As Perry Eaton reported earlier, “Twin Peaks” will return in 2016 as a Showtime miniseries. One of the hallmarks of the original series was the way that producers David Lynch and Mark Frost used music to create the otherworldly atmosphere of Twin Peaks. This begs the question: which contemporary artists are best suited to the sonic landscape of Twin Peaks? Grab a cup of coffee; I have a few suggestions. More

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