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    The Freewaves

    91.3 FM WUNH-Durham - The Seacoast Sound Alternative

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    Become a DJ at WUNH

    If you're interested in training to be a DJ, contact the Chief Announcer.

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    WUNH on Radio Free America

    Did you know that all our shows up to two weeks back get archived? Missed your favorite DJ or specialty show? Want to explore something new? Check out our page on Radio Free America to relive your favorite moments with WUNH!

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    The Concert Report 

    Out Now: A weekly list with upcoming shows & concerts for the month of February

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Ever wondered how you can become part of your favorite wonderful amazing college radio station? Have an interest in spreading your favorite music to people all along the seacoast? WUNH is holding two information sessions on February 4th and February 11th at 8 pm in UNH MUB Theater 1 for all new and prospective DJs. Come on by, meet our staff and learn about the training process to find out if it's right for you!


Help us get to know you! Whether you are or are not are able to attend one of our information sessions at the beginning of the semester, it would be much appreciated if you were able to take the following survey so we're able to contact you about our DJ opportunities!



As spring semester at UNH approaches, we at WUNH have begun to phase out our winter programming schedule to accommodate returning students and have now transitioned to a whole new spring programming schedule! Can't find your favorite specialty shows or DJs? Check out the full spring programming schedule at the top of our page to find your favorites and check out our new trainees-turned-DJs! 


We here at WUNH can't thank our listeners enough for supporting us during Marathon Week last week and always. It's because of amazing listeners like you that we are able to be passionate about our station and continue to spread this love on non-commercial radio. We are working tirelessly to put together premium packages for those that donated and are expecting premiums and would like to remind you that all premiums WILL be shipped on December 10th. Once again, we thank you all again from the bottom of our hearts. You make our world go round!


Immediately following vinyl week, WUNH jumps straight into our annual marathon fund drive, where we'll be delivering you nonstop music 24 hours a day for the whole week. Tune in any time from Sunday, November 17th to Saturday, November 23rd, and support non-commercial freeform radio delivered by the best student and community DJs in the land. We only ask you once a year, and every donation--no matter the size--helps us keep afloat and continue to provide quality alternative programming. As always, your donations will come with sweet WUNH merchandise that you can sport wherever you go! 





Donate to WUNH using the link at the top of our webpage during WUNH's annual Marathon Week and receive the following premiums:

$10: 1 sticker and 1 pen

$25: 2 stickers, 2 pens, and 1 pin

$35: 2 stickers, 2 pens, 1 pin, and 1 water bottle

$50: 2 stickers, 2 pens, 1 pin, 1 water bottle, and 1 t-shirt

$91.3 and up: 2 stickers, 2 pens, 2 pins, 1 water bottle, 2 t-shirts, and 1 hat

Premiums will be shipped out on December 10th, 2019

If you want premiums, put it in the "comments" section of the donation page specifiying sizes and quantites at the link https://securelb.imodules.com/s/1518/giving/form.aspx?sid=1518&gid=2&pgi... or at the DONATE link at the top of our webpage

UNH Students Spotlight

Thank you to UNH Social for featuring WUNH on their UNH Students page! Check out the post and the video here.


Therese L

Friday 9-11am

Genre: General Programming

Thérèse LaGamma's show features some of the best in contemporary music and independent artists. Her curating career began at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where she programmed a diverse array of electronic, world and independent artists prior to joining The Music H