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 CVUE Program Schedule

CVUE - isn't stuck in a rut!!   We have a variety of musical genres for your listening pleasure. 
24 hours a day, 7 days a week  
 

 
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MONDAYS

 C-VUE MUSIC (a variety of music 24 hours a day, 7 days a week )

 Have an idea for a new show, would you like to be a DJ on C-VUE.
  E-mail 
scradio@yahoo.com 
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TUESDAYS 

  C-VUE MUSIC

 


WEDNESDAYS


Fred Bradley hosts a 3 hour show from 5pm to 8pm:    
5pm to 6pm It's 'NITE FLITE' - Rock & Roll from the 50's & 60's, 
6pm to 7pm -  CountDown - music from the early days of charted songs.   
7pm to 8pm - Cullen's Corner - In keeping with broadcaster Jack Cullens format, an hour of popular music from the 30's, 40's & 50's with a few newer songs thrown in.  Hear the likes of Frank Sinatra, Patty Page, Ames Brothers, & Glen Miller.

8pm -
Twilight Zone Radio Dramas - A new episode every Wednesday hosted by Stacy Keach and featuring different Hollywood celebrities - such as Jason Alexander, Jane Seymour, Stan Freberg, Shelley Berman, Beverly Garland, Orson Bean, Lou Diamond Phillips and Ed Begley, Jr. Adapted from the original Television Series.

And back to C-VUE MUSIC (a fabulous mix of musical genres)


THURSDAYS

Enjoy C-VUE MUSIC 24 hours a day, 7 days a week


FRIDAYS

 8-11pm  World of Blues with Leroy Pattison.

Then back to C-VUE MUSIC (a fabulous mix of musical genres)

 Have an idea for a new show.  Contact Fred Bradley at scradio@yahoo.com


SATURDAYS

   The music continues with C-VUE MUSIC


SUNDAYS

11am-2pm Ease  into your Sunday morning with Rob Bourque for some light & easy music.

  C-VUE MUSIC continues throughout the day

5-8pm It's 'BIG BAND SUNDAY' - featuring great music from the Big Band/Swing Era and Radio Replay at 6:30 featuring such well known radio plays as Dragnet & Suspense Theatre.