The WTTS Morning Show With Paul Mendenhall
Wake up with Paul Mendenhall weekday mornings for the WTTS Morning Show. World Class Rock starts your day, along with the traffic reports, news and information. And, at 7:35am, test your musical knowledge for daily prizes with the Morning Music Mindbender.
WTTS While You Work
Join Brad Holtz during your work day for a varied and eclectic mix of music. At noon, dive into the WTTS Time Capsule. Brad gives you the music and headlines of a different year each day (with a replay at 9pm). And, at 2pm it’s the Sun King Studio 92 Spotlight where we’ll play a live performance from our vast Sun King Studio 92 archive.
Afternoons with Laura Duncan
Spend your drive home with Laura Duncan. Listen at 4:25pm for Lyrically Speaking. Identify the songs through the poetry of the lyrics to win a prize package. And start your weekend right by joining Laura for The Shanty every Friday at 5PM.
New Music Monday
WTTS plays new World Class Rock all week – but we play even more on New Music Monday. We’ll keep you up to date on new releases from familiar artists and expose you to bands you may not have heard yet. And at 7pm, Laura brings you an hour of only new World Class Rock.
Mondays 8pm-9pm, Saturdays 8pm-9pm
Laura Duncan has the best from the local, independent, and underground music scene on Indy Underground. For more information on the show, including artist links and videos, check out the Indy Underground page.
WTTS is proud to be the Indianapolis affiliate of eTown. Join Nick & Helen Forster every Sunday morning at 6am for an exciting weekly radio broadcast taped in front of a live studio audience. eTown features performances from today’s top artists as well as conversation and information about the world around us.
Sundays 7am-11am and 7pm-11pm
Join Brad Holtz for the laid back, acoustic side of World Class Rock on WTTS OverEasy. The show features singer-songwriters, acoustic tracks and Studio 92 exclusives every Sunday morning and evening from 7-11.
Elwood Blues (a.k.a. Dan Aykroyd) brings you the blues every Sunday night at 11pm on Elwood’s Bluesmobile. And don’t miss his daily Blues Break, weekday mornings at 5:01am.