Lydia T

Show Hours: 
Friday 11am-1pm
General Programming

WUNH has nearly 70 DJs comprised of both students and community members. If you're interested in training to be a DJ, contact the Chief Announcer. The station offers a diversity in programming, broadcasting via 91.3 FM and online at

Most Recent Playlist

Playlist Title:  Lydia
By DJ:  Lydia T
Play Date:   Dec 03, 2021
Jordana & TV Girl “Jump the Turnstile” from Summer's Over
A Great Big Pile Of Leaves “Kitchen Concert” from Pono
The Growlers “Going Gets Tough” from Chinese Fountain
Father John Misty “Nancy From Now On” from Fear Fun
Boy Willows “Night Owl” from Woods at Night - EP
Gregory Alan Isakov “Amsterdam” from The Weatherman
Dr. Dog “Heart It Races (Cover Version)” from Heart It Races - EP
The Dip “Best Believe” from The Dip Delivers
Vulfpeck “Business Casual (feat. Coco O.)” from Mr Finish Line
The Brooks “Drinking” from Any Day Now
Lake Street Dive “Call Off Your Dogs” from Side Pony
Khruangbin & Leon Bridges “Texas Sun” from Texas Sun - EP
Drew Beskin “Genuine Article” from Problematic for the People
Public Service Broadcasting “People, Let's Dance (feat. EERA)” from Bright Magic
Frankie Cosmos “Apathy” from Vessel
Alex G “Kicker” from Beach Music
Princess Century “Desperate Love” from S U R R E N D E R
Sneaky Miles “Rivers Run Gold” from Rivers Run Gold
Field Medic “the bottle's my lover, she's just my friend” from fade into the dawn
The Franklin Electric “Greatest Love of All” from This Time I See It
Y.O.G.A. “Wolfer & the Dove (feat. Murphi Field)” from You're Only Great Always II
Mitski “Why Didn't You Stop Me?” from Be the Cowboy
Yebba “October Sky” from Dawn
Florist “Vacation” from Holdly - EP
Field Guide “Tupperware” from Make Peace with That
Horse Jumper of Love “Ugly Brunette” from Horse Jumper of Love
Cheekface “Ted Talk City” from 1
Grady Strange “Queen of the Middle of Nowhere” from Getting Stranger
Orville Peck “Dead of Night” from Pony
Tom Moran “She's Gonna Be Happy” from Roommate of a Friend of Mine
Adia Victoria “Whole World Knows” from A Southern Gothic