July 23

Texas Rose Band

(click for info)

 

About Heartlands Hayride

 

Shows Held At

The Virginia Napurano Cultural Arts Center
522 Rosemont-Ringoes Rd.
Sergeantsville, NJ

(for GPS use Stockton, NJ 08559)

 

View Aerial Video

(be patient for download)

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Click for details

 

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Carla VanDyk

interviewing Lucie Arnaz

(click here to listen)

 

Apr. 12 Shep Cohen

interviewing Carl Reiner

(click here to listen)

 

Jan.30 Nancy Supko

interviewing Tommy Schwartz

(click here to listen)

 

An Interview with Melanie

March 30, 2012 with

WDVR's Ted & Roger

(click here)

 

Radio By the People,

For the People

By Chapin Wright

(click here)

 

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A TRIBUTE TO AMERICA: a 3 CD set of The War Years documenting the music and history of WW2.

Produced by Dave McDaid

$75 donation to WDVR fm.

Listen 

Tribute to the USA 3CD Set


 

WDVR is now heard on 96.9 Trenton, NJ and simulcasting on WPNJ 90.5 Easton, PA

 

(609) 397-1620

 

Welcome to WDVR Radio's home on the web.

WDVR is a family or
iented, non-profit radio station. We take pride in getting to know our listeners, providing local services to the community, and providing a diverse range of talk and music programs, including a lot of music that you won't hear on any other station. Our volunteer DJ's love what they do, and we are like one big family. There's something for everyone at WDVR.

Friday August 19, 2016 -  And the Band Played On: A benefit for WDVR

Members of four area bands—The Shadows, Liverpool, Crackers and Stolen Hearts—reunite. They’ll be joined by the currently active Catmoondaddy 

Doors open 6:30pm; Show starts 7pm

Light refreshments;  Tickets $10

Tickets

 

The Virginia Napurano Arts Center

522 Route 604

Sergeantsville, NJ

609-397-1620

We are members of:

http://centralbuckschamber.com/

http://www.delawarerivertowns.com/


WDVR is a Non-Commercial Radio Station. As such it does not air commercials but depends solely on its listeners and local business owners for its income. WDVR receives no federal funding or large corporate grants and is not licensed to any university; it is a totally independent. All WDVR’s funding comes only from the public it serves.

WDVR, now in its 25th year of broadcasting, operates with a staff of over fifty, unpaid volunteers who give of their time freely, to provide the public air waves and the World Wide Web a uniquely diversified format of programming, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. One hundred percent of a donation to WDVR goes directly into the operation of the station.

WDVR is licensed to a New Jersey non-profit 501 (C) (3) corporation therefore all donations are tax-deductible. That means a donation to WDVR FM is a win-win-win situation; the station gets its much needed revenue, the donor gets great programming and a tax deduction to boot.

 

In celebration of our 25th Anniversary on February 19th, 2015

we invite you to listen to a very special audio history:

"The WDVR Story: Conversations with Frank Napp and Ginny Lee"

(click here)

 

And here's a conversation with long-time WDVR DJ Dave McDaid (click here)

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