Our Shows

Here, you can find our list of shows that run throughout the week! You can listen to WXUT – Toledo’s Only Alternative station on radio frequency 88.3 fm Monday through Friday from 8pm to 8am and all day on Saturday and Sunday. We also air news updates at the top of each hour – you can find all news updates under our news tab. You can listen to us any time through RadioFlag!

Monday:

Toledo’s Only Alternative – 8pm-8am

Tuesday:

Toledo’s Only Alternative – 8pm-8am

Wednesday:

Toledo’s Only Alternative – 8pm-8am

Thursday:

The Glass City Showdown – 8pm-10pm
– Isaac Petkac (host), Jake Plagens, Reid Teatsorth, Brandon Hill, and Justyn Wilson bring you UT’s Most Electric Sports Debate Show. The Glass City Showdown, which premiered in October, is WXUT’s sports debate show, with topics ranging from NCAA Football to the NFL, and everything in between! We also cover Rocket athletics and give updates on all things Toledo for that week. Have an opinion on sports? Tune in!

Left of the Dial – 10pm-12am
– Left of The Dial’s goal is to punctuate familiar and accessible music with difficult and obscure music that cannot be heard anywhere else on the radio. In between songs, Kurt Elfering (host) dives deep into the playlists- talking about specific labels, regional scenes, development of genres, and far more. Any one show could take you from rock and roll to grindcore, modern classical to free jazz, traditional music to harsh noise, and everything in between. Tune in every Thursday night to hear music like you’ve never heard it before!

Friday:

Radio Alchemy – 10pm-12am
– A freeform radio show hosted by Kayla. Radio Alchemy is a two-time winner for Best Music Show on radioflag.com.

Saturday:

Theme Park – 9am-11am
– On September 16, 2001, Timster was scheduled to take to the air for his first show– then 9/11 happened. It didn’t feel quite right to play the same crazy playlist that he’d been obsessively crafting for the debut program. Instead, a playlist was created that was about flow and content – not about fitting a mold. Anger to mourning to patriotism to retaliation and the first show went in the books. Subsequent weeks saw an attempt to do a standard radio show but it proved to be more fun to pick songs that fit within certain guidelines and then weave them together into a musical tapestry that encompassed all musical genres. Fourteen years and the addition of the incomparable V-Roq to the team made the Theme Park the show as we know it today.

After Further Review – 11am-1pm – More info TBA

Sunday:

Urban Education – 10pm-12am – More info TBA