WCUW is the only radio station in central Mass to include Celtic programs in their weekly program schedule. Every weekend WCUW includes three different Celtic music programs in their renown weekend ethnic program schedule.
On Saturday mornings from 10am to noon is Worcester's favorite Irish music program Four Green Fields hosted by Bud Sargent and Des McLoughlin. For over 30 years Bud has produced this program which includes great music, news, and events of interest to our Irish community. Tune in and you are sure to become a regular listener. Four Green Fields is rebroadcast on Tuesday mornings from 2am-4am.
On Saturdays (following the Four Green Fields) from noon - 2pm is the only Scottish music program produced and broadcast live in Massachusetts. This program, The Sounds of Scotia, hosted by Barry Sullivan, has been a Saturday tradition for over 35 years thanks to founding host Wullie Bauld (1975-1995) and Thomas Vantry (1995-2010) . The Sounds of Scotia features a diverse mix of Scottish music, culture and a touch of news and history of Scotland. The Sounds of Scotia is rebroadcast on Wednesday mornings from 2am - 4am.
Sunday mornings on WCUW great Celtic music continues on The Celtic Connection from 10am - noon with alternating hosts Patrick Moriarty and Barry Sullivan. Featuring traditional and folk music of Ireland, Scotland and the Celtic Nations this program is sure to become a part of your Sunday morning routine.
For the past year and until recently, WCUW's Mike Ladd recorded the live Seisiuns held Sundays at the Hibernian Cultural Center's Fiddler's Green Pub and the following Sunday broadcast it over WCUW from 4-6pm. The show is currently on hiatus.
WCUW 91.3fm is an independent, non-commercial, listener supported community radio station since 1973 broadcasting to Worcester County at 91.3fm and streaming online to the world at wcuw.org.