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Overnight to 5am Your Favorite Oldies
5am - 8am Big Band
8am - 12pm John AlexandersonJohn Alexanderson
Top O' The Morning
Why would anyone be interested in those old things? --Jelly Roll Morton

Well, we're interested in "those old things," and maybe you are too. Daytimes, WRDV recalls our roots in those great Jazz and Swing tunes that immortalize the American Twentieth Century. Here's an invitation to pour another cup of coffee (and have another piece of pie?). Sit back and cruise the forenoon with our "Top O' the Morning" show. We'll feature the original hits of the '30s and '40s as well as a few classics from the late '20s or early 50s for fun. Take our "Just One Little Half Hour" Test. Lock your dial on "Top O' the Morning" for 30 minutes any Monday between 8 and Noon and see if our show doesn't live up to its name. We think you'll be interested--maybe even hooked.

12pm - 3pm Art James Art James
Easy Street

Join me on Easy Street, 89.3 and 91.7 FM, Radio Delaware Valley. The format is the good music of our lives and each week we'll feature a well known band and/or artist.
3pm - 6pm Tom MeyrickTom Meyrick
Mid-Afternoon Memories
The music that you hear played on Mid-Afternoon Memories is essentially a tribute to all of the great musicians, vocalists, composers and arrangers who combined their talents to bring us some of the most popular and enduring music that you could wish to hear. Which of us hasn't heard these renditions before? But the arrangements are so melodic and pleasing to listen to and the lyrics so meaningful, that we instantly embrace the mood that they project, whether it be joyful, sorrowful or romantic, and we eagerly anticipate the next chorus. How wonderful it is to be able to hear this vast repertoire of big band music continuing through our lifetime. For more, stay tuned to WRDV-FM.
6pm - 7pm George TothGeorge Toth
Regarding Your Money
George Toth, founder and President of Chestnut Investment Advisory, is your host for this unique factual financial show. George Toth is a Certified Financial Planner Certificant and Registered Investment Advisor, licensed with the Pennsylvania Securities Commission. Regarding Your Money answers your questions regarding planning, budgeting, investing and a whole lot more. It's all about preserving your principal, and preserving your purchasing power. The show covers financial news with commentary, interviews, and frequent call-ins with regular nationally known guests.
7pm - 10pm Fred Carpenter Fred Carpenter
Strike Up The Band
I would like to invite you to my show, Strike Up The Band. I'll be playing the best popular Big Band Swing music from the bands of yesterday to today. The gold and the new, the sweet and the swingin. A three hour musical session Monday Evenings 7PM to 10PM with classic Sinatra headlining the bandstand. Tune in to hear the Golden Age of the Big Bands, (Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw) to the new Retro Swing Bands of today, (Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Brian Setzer, Indigo Swing, and those local guys CRO, City Rhythm Orchestra ). So for great music and a swingin good time, keep the Band playing every Monday night on "Strike Up The Band".

10pm -12am Rick Lesley Rick Lesley
RDV Gold
Be sure to join Rick and Lillibelle, every Monday night at 10:00 as they showcase "The Best Variety Of the 50's, 60's, and 70's" Motown, Soul, Doo Wop, Rock N Roll, and The Philly Sound. It's all GOLD, The Pure and Obscure. Requests are always welcome by email at

See YOU Monday night at 10:00 est.
"And Don't Forget To Bring Your Headphones!"

12am - 6am Big Band & Swing

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday | Sunday

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6am - 8am Big Band & Swing

8am - 12pm Ted Taylor
The Good Morning Show

Ted Taylor - "Your Friend With Pleasure" - returns to radio after a 20-year hiatus, playing the memorable music of the big band and swing era. A deejay for well over two decades he was a part of the big band/swing format on several Philadelphia-area stations (WIBF FM, WBUX, WNPV). Ted broke in to radio with WIFI FM (92.5 FM) in Philadelphia in 1965 as a sportscaster, talk show host and rock jock. He has met and emceed the performances of many of the legendary figures of the big band era when they appeared locally - Stan Kenton, Lionel Hampton, Lee Castle, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Maynard Ferguson, Buddy Rich, Gene Krupa, Charley Ventura, Errol Garner, the Buddy DeFranco Glenn Miller Band, Chris Connor and many more. "It's an era when music said something to us all, and it's a privilege to be able to share those great sounds once again with my listeners."
Email him at Ted(at)TedTaylor(dot)com.

12pm - 3pm Vince YezziVince Yezzi
Big Band Serenade...
& More
Big Band Serenade...& More is your home for Big Band Musical memories with the best of the Big Bands and their great ballads and swing tunes from the 30's, 40's and 50's. Join me each Tuesday at High Noon for the big band classics as well as the great music of the male and female vocalists, the vocal groups and the top tunes of the early 50's. I explore the world of Big Bands with their beginnings and their endings and add a little background trivia of the musical artists for your enjoyment. Bringing back memories for you is my goal. I occasionally include a theme for the show as in a Latin American program or seasonal event. Your requests and suggestions are always welcome at RDV-FM.
3pm - 6:30pm Jack McAvoy
Swing's the Thing

If it's Tuesday, it must be the Swing's the Thing show with me, your host Jack McAvoy. I hope you'll join me each Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 6 for your kind of music -- you know, music that puts a smile on your face and makes you glad you found this show and this great radio station. I'll play the best sounds from the 30's, 40's, and 50's as well as reach back to the 20's for the tastiest roots of Swing. You can have it all on Swing's the Thing!
In addition to the best in Big Band and Swing, along with the great vocalists, you'll be treated to a couple of special features. During the 4 o'clock hour I'll feature a different artist each week for songs and a mini bio. Then just after 5 o'clock, it's "World War 2 for 3." You get three World War 2 songs -- all connected by that week's theme. Who knows what it will be -- reveille? military life? rationing? the girl back home? military humor? Whatever the topic, you won't want to miss it!
As if that's not enough, stay tuned right after Swing's the Thing for 30 minutes of pure solid gold. That's right -- I shift gears from Swing to Rock for the best in Top 40 tunes from the 50's and 60's. Think of it as dessert after the main course of Swing's the Thing!
Make the Swing's the Thing show a must stop each Tuesday. I'm betting you'll be glad you did.
E-mail me at jack14mac(at)yahoo(dot)com.

7pm Commonwealth Club Specialty Programming

7pm - 10pm John B.

10pm - 1am Jim Bakay

1am - 6am Big Band & Swing

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8am - Noon Walt BitterlichWalt Bitterlich Featuring the best of the big bands, and spotlighting the great vocalists too.

12pm - 3pm Rhoda RogersRhoda Rogers
My show features a general daytime format with emphasis on 40's through some 60's and lots of vocals.
3pm - 6pm Bill Marrin

Big Band sounds.
6 - 6:30 Real Estate Today
Bob Gordon
Specialty Programming

6:30 - 7pm Birtan Collier
I Hear America Talking
"Tours & Detours"
Interview/Magazine show

7pm - 10pm George
Rhythm Breakdown 2
Rhythm Breakdown 2 looks for the links in the music of the 40's 50's, 60's and beyond. The show covers R&B, Blues and Rhythm, Jump Blues, Jump Jazz, Blues, Hep Vocal Harmonies, and a few surprises thrown in to keep me entertained and you on your toes. Every other week two specialty mini-shows, Soulville and Rockabilly Kin, are showcased. These two are designed to fill in the gaps that Rhythm Breakdown 2 cannot fit in easily. It's sharkskin sharp music. Finally, as time and circumstances allow, I have live in-studio musical guests to play for you and me. It's truly a different approach to the roots of American music.
10pm - 1am Dave CameronDave Cameron
A Long Long Time Ago

A Long Long Time Ago is about the origins and connections of early rock 'n' roll.
1am - 6am Big Band & Swing

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6am - 8am
8am - Noon Tim KellyTim Kelly
Tim Kelly's Jam Session
If you're down with swing, you can hear the big bands, the vocalists, small groups, novelty bands as well as hot dance from the 20s and traditional jazz. Your favorites in triple play at the top of each hour--Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller and Artie Shaw. It's more music and less chatter on the Jam Session.
12pm - 3pm Dave Zeft
Passport to the Past
My show, "Passport to the Past," can be heard every Thursday from Noon to 3pm. Please join me! I play music from the 30's, 40's & 50's...the big and small bands, the vocalists and the singing groups from that era. I will also throw in some Traditional Jazz as well. The music is bound to bring back memories from an era long gone but not forgotten.

3pm - 6 pm Dale Temple Dale Temple
Time Was
"Time Was" is all about "remembering a time that was, but never forgotten". My show features big band swing from the 30's through the 50's; the known bands and vocalists along with the little known bands and vocalists. I also introduce THE GREAT BRITISH DANCE BANDS from the 30's, 40's and 50's with such orchestras as Ray Noble, Ambrose, Geraldo, Ted Heath and Charlie Kunz, along with the vocalists: Al Bowlly, Vera Lynn and Anne Shelton, to name a few. I also treat my listeners to a generous offering of Latin American dance music from such artists as Xavier Cugat, Edmundo Ros, Roberto Inglez and Carmen Cavallaro. An integral part of the show are the male, female and group vocalists that evolved after the big band era; I take the RDV listener up through the late 50's and maybe the very early 60's, with the likes of Dean Martin, Joni James, The Four Aces, The Crew Cuts....the list goes on!
6pm - 9pm Rich LagermanRich Lagerman
Original Bandbox
I feature rare and unusual recordings of the 20s, 30s and 40s by bands large and small, famous and forgotten, along with vocals and novelty tunes of the era. I present Jazz, Popular Music and Hot Dance recordings selected from a very large collection amassed over the last fifty years.

The Bandbox also plays recordings that are one of a kind.test pressings and acetate recordings never intended for commercial release; alternate takes of issued recordings where a sideman plays a solo differently from the issued version; Transcriptions originally meant to be played by commercial stations and never available for sale to the general public; Personal or vanity records sold by the bands themselves at their public appearances; West Coast sides that were local releases--(local or territorial bands recorded only sporadically and fitfully and many legendary bands never entered a recording studio).

I try to add a related fact or anecdote connected with the recordings, adding depth and historical importance. I also point out well-played solos and identify future bandleaders as they honed their style. Each artist has his own style similar to a fingerprint and learning to identify them and their playing at different stages of their development brings added enjoyment.

I also play English, European and Australian recordings, as well as sides cut in this country for export abroad. These are identical to U.S. Issues, but have no vocals. Instead, an extended solo takes its place. So for the best and most unusual recordings from the Twenties through the late Forties, join me on the Original Bandbox Thursdays at 6 PM!

9pm - 1am George Haggerty
Kingdom of Swing

1am - 6am
Big Band & Swing

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6am - 8am

8am - 12pm Mike BallasyMike Ballasy
Swingtime Memories
Every Friday morning I turn back the hands of time, back to the swing and dance bands of the 30s and 40s. You'll hear all the bands’ classic hits along with the songs that didn't get as much playing time and a lot of tunes you've never heard before. I also play the vocalists and vocal groups that you listened and danced to. Tune in and I'll keep a memory spinning for you.

12pm - 3pm
Barb Allen Barb Allen
Spinnin the Web
Big Band & Swing

3pm - 6pm
Bill Jacobs Bill Jacobs
Weekend Express
Join me, Bill Jacobs, for three hours of great music from the big band era to help kick off your weekend in proper style. Some weeks the program will have a theme to tie the music together; other weeks just potluck, but there's always something happening on the Weekend Express. The train departs on Track 18 every Friday afternoon at 3:00 and phone calls (and requests) are always welcome.
E-mail me:
weekendexpress (at) comcast (dot) net

6pm - 7pm
Polka Bill & Linda FlemingBill Fleming
Polka Party
The Polka Party is a fun filled hour devoted to polkas, waltzes, obereks, and most important of all, you, the listeners.  There's information about upcoming polka dances, festivals, concerts, and other events in the community. You're encouraged to call in requests and dedications for birthdays, anniversaries, any other occasion, or just for the fun of it. Come join us, it's our party!
7pm - 10pm Jack Boland
Country Gold Classics
A radio show of traditional country and bluegrass music. We'll take you back to the days of music from WSM Radio's Grand Ole Opry and the WWVA Wheeling Jamboree, and we'll play the music of barn dances and community fairs from days long gone. Sit down and relax for three hours listening to features like Stars of the Steel Guitar, the Truck Driver's Triple Play, Memories of the Golden West and more. Relive the memories from 7 to 10 PM every friday night and enjoy the moment, only here on the RDV Radio Network!

10pm - 2 am Bill HowerBill Hower
Bill Hower's Music Box
Beautiful Music once dominated the radio landscape and was the number one music format on FM radio for years. I bring back this music. Recordings from Percy Faith, Andre Kostelanetz, Mantovani, The 101 Strings, The Living Strings, Billy Vaughn, Lawrence Welk and the list goes on and on. There are maybe 25 Beautiful Music/Easy listening stations left in the country today, but RDV listeners are still able to hear instrumental renditions of the pop hits of the day (from that era) as well as standards for a relaxing end to a busy week in this area...only on Bill Hower's Music Box.
E-mail me: musicboxrdvfm(at)verizon(dot)net
2am - 6am Your Favorite Oldies

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6am - 8am Gary Charles Rock & Roll/Doo-Wop/ Rhythm & Blues. Each week I strive to play something you've not yet heard on my show. I serve up the sounds of different bands and groups, offering you a variety of music from the 30's, 40's and 50's.

8 am - 10 am John AlexandersonJohn Alexanderson
AM Classics
Hello, Delaware Valley I'm John Alexanderson. Be sure to stop by at my show, "AM Classics," to hear those classic hits like you used to hear on WIBG, WABC, and WFIL. No Seventies Album Rock here, just good old AM classics. I'm here in the AM - 8 to 10 on Saturdays - on your Remember When Voice in the Delaware Valley, RDV-FM.
10am - 12pm Jm BakayNight Train
Jim Bakay

Sound Of The City

Rock with the Sound Of The City. I'll bring you the best in 1950s style vocal group harmony as well as the gospel and 1940s pioneer groups who influenced the music. We'll also check out the evolution of the music into 60s soul and beyond.
My e-mail -
My website -
My Blog -
12pm - 2pm Ray MooreRay Moore
Noontime Memories
I feature Doo Wop, Rhythm & Blues, Rock-a-Billy, and just good old Rock n'Roll. I feature a different group each week and there is also a feature called my " Rockin', Rhythm & Blues Record of the week. You'll also hear a six song Rock-a-Billy set and my Mixed Bag Of Memories, where sometimes I really stretch the issue on what might be considered "correct format."
2pm - 4pm Dave Blatt
Doo-Wop Dave Blatt

Rock & Roll/Doo-Wop/Rhythm & Blues

4pm - 6pm BB
Little City Rendevous

I play all doo-wop oldies music from the 50's and 60's. I also have a Lover's Lane portion for the last half hour of the show--all love ballads from 7:30 to 8:00pm.
6pm - 8pm Joe T.
Party Time
Email: jtdoowop(at)aol(dot)com

Rock & Roll/Doo-Wop/Rhythm & Blues
8pm - 10pm Henry Lewis
Solid Gold Saturday Night

Rock & Roll, Doo-Wop,Rhythm & Blues
10pm - 11:30pm Sports PageSports Page
If you're a sports fan and want to be informed as well as entertained, tune in. Al Thompson, Rock Hoffman and Lou Anthony bring you news, interviews and insight on the world of sports in an entertaining fashion.
11:30pm - 2am Al Thompson
FM Audition
The show that features the stars of tomorrow and the unique modern sounds of the Lehigh-Delaware Valley.
2am - 7am Your Favorite Oldies

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7am - 12pm Church Services

Lutheran Hour

Sing For Joy
Kingdom Gospel Ministries

The New Church

St. Joseph's Church

1795 Columbia Ave., Warrington,Pa.18976

Catholic Music Mix

30 Minutes of Christian Inspirational Music

Warminster Presbyterian Church
500 Madison Ave, Warminster, PA 18974
(215) 675-0801

12pm - 1pm Ed PerkinsEd Perkins
Electron Ed
I play forgotten Popular, plus Rare Rock & Roll Oldies from the 50's, 60s, & some stuff beyond those decades that sound like the Golden Years Of Rock n' Roll not played by other stations. I also play stuff that charted but wasn't necessarily Rock and Roll/Doo Wop oriented. The program is basically a Nostalgia program. Click on my e-mail address for requests and comments.
1pm - 3pm Todd Allen
Sunday Soireé

Rock & Roll/Doo-Wop/Rhythm & Blues

3pm - 5pm George Hagerty
Let me rock your body, rock your mind, turn back the hands of time. My music takes you back to the days of canteens, soda fountains, hot shops, pinball machines and drive-in movies. We'll take a trip down Lover's Lane playing those top-down convertible sounds with the moonlit memories just for you and the one you love. I'll also take your dedications and requests for that special person. I dig deep into my treasure chest for rare oldies that you may have never heard. I keep it right and I keep it tight every solid gold Saturday.
5pm - 7pm Fred RiceFred Rice
Grim Reaper
I dig up the classical sounds of group harmony, doo-wop, Motown, and early rhythm and blues. All presented for your listening enjoyment without commercial interruption.
7pm - 10pm Gerri BenderGerri Bender
Gerri's Place
Three hours of the "True Lost Classics". Great music from the 60s, 70s, and those other radio stations forgot about! I've also got special features including music news, trivia, and listener requests.
10pm - 1am Billy Gee
I bring back the good old memories from the past. The music from back in the day-those oldies but goodies from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. But mainly I get lost in the 50s every Thursday and Sunday. So if you want to be a part of the Night Owl Party, tune me in and I'll turn you on to some of the greatest sounds of all time. Because I just can't lose with the music I choose.
1am - 6am Your Favorite Oldies

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