All That Jazz 12-1 P.M.
"All That Jazz is a show that discusses topics that affect the La Crosse Black Community. Topics range from networking to professionalism to dating and black hair care."
We're All Mixed Up 1-2 P.M.
Mirm Hurula and Mickey Redington
"An hour isn't really a long time, and we get mixed up in a lot of stuff. We talk about everything under the sun, from our identities to the hardships of being marginalized on this campus to colleagues who share a little too much information. Tune in every week to see what we cover and the hot tea we spill."
Trust Me, I'm Funny 3-4 P.M.
"Join me for some laughs during your Friday afternoon! Music, opinions, and much more! I play a blend of music from the 70s, 80s, and even some classic rock while interspersing my opinions on current topics. I also discuss movies and books that I'm currently involved with!"
Sooo Whadya Wanna Talk About? 4-5 P.M.
"Everybody's got something they want to talk about that doesn't fit naturally in a conversation. This is the show to bring up whatever you want. Every week a new guest and new topics ranging from music and books to conspiracy theories and philosophy."
All Things Football 5-6 P.M.
"Covering the latest news in football, covering NFL match ups, reviewing games, and the latest in La Crosse. I will cover fantasy football and betting as well."
She's Too Much 6-7 P.M.
Sam Stroozas and Karley Betzler
"Join Sam and Karley for insightful and spicy conversations about intersectional feminism, media, social justice, music, pop culture, true crime, and whatever else they want to spill the tea about!"
Thursday Everything Sports Show 7-8 P.M.
"Join me each Thursday for the latest in Wisconsin sports. Intriguing guests, interesting opinions, and great insight into the world of sports in the Badger state that you won't want to miss."
Help 8-9 P.M.
Charlie Richardson, Conor O' Keefe, and Dominic McCarthy
"Join these two for a fun-filled show as they use their outlandish senses of humor and insane ability to do on-the-spot comedy to entertain their peers, while also showing them various genres of music they would love for the world to know more about (Jazz, Punk, Indie, etc.)."