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  • Hosted by Maggie Lemere & Emily Hong

    Bad Feminists Making Films is a show where we talk to bad feminist filmmakers who are confronting and changing the film industry through intersectional and decolonial practice. Our podcast features intimate conversations with feminist filmmakers about their filmmaking journeys, including cringe-worthy moments, sweet successes, and tips for navigating and challenging male-dominated spaces. Join us as we work towards creating community, building alternatives, and transforming the film industry.

  • Hosted by Pussy Noir

    The Beauty Archeo is a comedy fashion history podcast telling stories and educating listeners of the greatest figures and events of fashion, beauty, parties and scandals. In each episode, Professor Noir invites a new guest to discuss historical figures such as Marie Antoinette’s Hair craze to Coco Chanel’s Nazi affair in the 1930’s. Packed with a lot of laughs as well serious analysis, the show explores the roots and evolution of gender, class, and race under the context of fashion and the decorative arts. The Beauty Archeo is a fresh take on history and culture that surrounds us.

    This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington D.C.

  • Hosted by Brandon Wetherbee

    Brightest Young Things has been informing DC where to go and what to do for the last 11 years. BYT Radio will discuss big stories from our online magazine and give our Best Weekend Bets. Time is money. Spend it well.

  • Hosted by DCPL

    The official radio program of the D.C. Public Library.
    Hear author talks, interviews, special presentations, stories about the goings-on in the library system and Washington, D.C., and much more!

  • Hosted by Ariam & Yodit Solomon

    Deux Sol Podcast exposes listeners to eclectic emerging artists in the DC area and beyond. The rate at which content is both produced and consumed may feel, at times, overwhelming. Twin co-hosts Ariam and Yodit Solomon make it their mission to navigate listeners through the fast-paced and ever-evolving world of music & culture.

  • Hosted by Danielle Vogel

    In 2011, host Danielle Vogel left a career on Capitol Hill to start a business engineered to make incremental climate change progress. She had become frustrated with the slow pace of change on the federal level, and wanted to create a space where making progress was easy, convenient, and delicious. On Everyday Enviro, she calls on her network of friends, business partners and allies in the environmental movement to share tricks and tips that empower listeners to think critically about the way they eat, drink, shop and think. The goal: to reveal ultra-easy ways to minimize your personal carbon footprint.

  • Hosted by Allison Lane & Paige Plisner

    GTFO Radio is where Allison and Paige catch up on pop culture and current events. Join them as they sift through the bull shit and buzz words to humorously highlight whatever it is people are talking about.

  • Hosted by Kate Warren

    Insert Here is a sex podcast that rides the line between lust and learning. Grab your strap on and hear pro tips from sexually adventurous guests as they share their personal stories with host Kate Warren. From navigating polyamory to sex as a trans person, each week a new guest will share the uncensored, uncut truth of their sex lives outside the heteronormative experience. Have questions or want to share your story? Email and let’s get kinky.

  • Hosted by Pierre Vigilance

    Hosted by Pierre Vigilance, Junctional Thinking is a place where we get to explore the creative problem solving opportunities and innovations that exist at “the junction”, defined as the intersection of health and social impact interventions. Each episode features guests from a range of sectors with the commonality of working with an impact in health. From community engagement, user-experience, and creativity, to housing, transportation, journalism, education, finance, and healthcare, Junctional Thinking delves into the ways these innovative influencers seek to impact social and health outcomes from their own unique perspectives.

  • Hosted by Sara Oliveri

    This Miraculous Life offers direct access to host Sara Oliveri’s two cents on liberating yourself from the bullshit, and tuning in with the miraculousness of life. Each episode Sara responds to real life problems with practical, some times science-based, and honest solutions for navigating life without losing touch with what it really is – a profound and awesome gift.

  • Hosted by Paul Wharton

    Paulitics is a Pop Culture Podcast feauturing Celebrity Guests and a lot of laughs hosted by Emmy Nominated Lifestyle Personality Paul Wharton and his co-host Stacey Rusch.

  • Hosted by Jason Cauley, Ryan Hunter Mitchell & David Cabrera

    The Suns Cinema Podcast is a weekly film podcast and radio program from Washington, D.C. hosted by David Cabrera, Ryan Hunter Mitchell, and Jason Cauley. The show features discussions, reviews and interviews centered around the programming of D.C.’s only privately-owned arthouse movie theater. Suns Cinema is located in the nearby neighborhood of Mt. Pleasant.

  • Hosted by AMYLA

    Window Seat, hosted by The Adams Morgan Youth Leadership Academy, highlights the successes of premier business & community leaders in order to bridge the gap of awareness and access to promote upward mobility. By interviewing leaders within our community we aspire to inspire future generations with limited access to greater opportunities.

  • Hosted by Sarah Jane Curran

    Come join Sarah Jane Curran every week for an exploration of the beer world. Anything and everything in the beer industry is up for discussion. This will be a guest driven show from brewers, importers, distributors, servers, homebrewers, beer writers, and experts. We will explore everything this exciting and eclectic beer world has to offer.

  • Hosted by Robb Duncan & Violeta Edelman

    Dolcezza Sherbert Radio is a half-hour show where Violeta Edelman & Robb Duncan of the Dolcezza family talk about everything under the sun, touching upon a mish-mash-potluck of conversations with people about politics, pizza, psychedelics, good coffee and the overall angst of being, each conversation another attempt at the willful suspension of disbelief.

  • Hosted by Melissa L. Jones

    Edible Activist is a podcast where dynamic people of color in the food and agriculture space share personal food journeys, stories and perspectives that stem from the land. Hosted by Melissa L. Jones, she interviews a diverse group of everyday growers, farmers, artists, healers, and other extraordinary individuals, who exemplify activism in their own edible way.

  • Hosted by Nycci & David Nellis

    A Washington radio staple since 2008 on 1500AM Sundays at 11:00 a.m., Foodie and the Beast – starring Nycci and David Nellis, cohosts of the DC area’s one and only, food and wine variety show – has come to Full Service Radio as Industry Night with Foodie and the Beast. While the broadcast version of the show has brief segments featuring locally , nationally and globally renowned chefs, restaurateurs, mixologists, somms, distiller, brewmasters, pitmasters and much more, Foodie and the Beast: Industry Night instead will be a long-talk formatted show, with in-depth looks at trends and trendmakers across the landscape for edibles, potables, hospitality and more.

  • Hosted by Kirsten “Kiko” Bourne

    Lunch Agenda is a virtual lunch date that offers us all a chance to be food activists. Kiko spent three years interviewing neighbors served by the Capital Area Food Bank about how they like to eat. She’s learned that in order for everyone in America to eat better, we need to listen to different perspectives from our own and pursue change on many levels. She’ll sit with doctors, parents, policymakers and more to hear their agenda for the food system, and will ask each guest for one action listeners can take to change things for the better.

  • Hosted by Ariel Pasternak

    Pineapple DC is a community for women in food that seeks to connect the good food movement with the foodie movement to create a better food system. We believe admiring others and developing a curiosity and fangirl-like passion for the world has a lot of value in building a community and insight. That’s why we “pine for” other women, ideas, brands and destinations in the great big world of food–from policymakers to celebrity chefs, from the culture of agriculture to the power of fermentation, and from farms to food banks. This podcast is about the women and ideas we pine for in DC and beyond.

  • Hosted by Eddie Kim & Mathew Ramsey

    Long hours on sore feet and wearied coworkers cramped side-by-side in the pursuit of perfection is typical in the service industry. But it isn’t until the final diner has gone and the last tab is closed; when there are no more pots to scrub or glasses to polish; that’s when the first shift drinks are poured and the stories start to flow. Every week, Eddie Kim and Mathew Ramsey will share a shift drink and swap war stories from behind the line with chefs, bartenders, bakers, brewers, and anyone who touches this all-encompassing industry. Un-edited, no-holds-bar, and personal, these brief moments bleed into life stories, past and future aspirations, philosophy, life lessons and every shot in between.

  • Hosted by Kim Bryden

    Do you run a small business, or have dreams to start one? Each week on The Tidbit, brought to you by Cureate, we discuss tidbits of knowledge around starting and running a small business with a food and beverage lens. Show host Kim Bryden sits down with guest experts and shares trending new topics on food, business and culture to help best prepare you for your business journey.

  • Hosted by Chris Kelly

    Postcultural is an hour of cutting-edge music from DC and beyond. As the walls between pop, hip-hop, R&B and electronic music continue to fall, host Chris Kelly guides you through the genre-agnostic landscape as you search for your next favorite songs, albums and artists, some of whom will stop by the studio for guest mixes. Whether you’re looking for headphone masterpieces, club-ready party-starters or bedroom mood-setters, Postcultural is your soundtrack.

  • Hosted by Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe

    SongByrd Radio hosted by Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe (located in historic Adams Morgan at the site of once famous jazz club The Showboat Lounge), will share and provide perspective on the music that brings us together as a neighborhood and a city. In a city full of disparate communities and a transient population, we rely on music of all genres to bring us together, to relate and bridge our varying pasts, and provide a platform for peacefully and joyfully coming together in our present. SongByrd Radio will share music that has been battle tested in serving these purposes, as well as music waiting to be discovered and celebrated!

  • Hosted by Native Sun

    S.T.S. radio is less talk more MUSIC, the art of listening. Hosted by DJ NativeSUN who will be unleashing the underground voice from every corner of the global. Featuring guest mixes from DJ/Producer pioneers of future sounds and genres that bend and shape our ideas of music.

  • Hosted by Jamal Gray

    Late Bloom is a mix of new and rare music spanning a lot of different genres including future soul, psychedelic, experimental hip hop, house, electronic, ambient etc. The show will be comprised of extended mixes, interviews, in studio performances, and the occasional guest mix. The name Late Bloom also corresponds to host Jamal Gray’s moniker, which is an ode to his childhood neighborhood in North East, DC.

  • Hosted by Kevin Chambers

    Omni Mono features in-depth interviews with artists, producers, sound designers, engineers and graphic artists. Host Kevin Chambers talks gear, history and the fundamentals of making sounds while playing some of the best traditional and non-traditional music.

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  • Hosted by Chris Peguese & Adam Matthews

    Antique Black, hosted by Adam Mathews (the old man soul) and Chris Peguese (the old soul man) is the continuation of an ongoing conversation about nothing in particular. Topics range from how much the city has changed over the decades, city and national politics, music, fashion and why Africa needs to be recognized as a continent and not a general place. So kick back with your beverage of choice (Chris and Adam prefer bourbon), and listen to Antique Black while these brothers talk their shh… hush your mouth.

  • Hosted by Geronimo Knows & Backpack Matt

    The All the Fly Kids Show is where the cool, calm and connected talk straight – No chaser. Your hosts, Geronimo Knows and Backpack Matt, sit down each week with culture creators you [should] know specializing in moments of good taste within the arts, fashion, food, business and more. A necessary listen for the urban lifestyle enthusiast.

  • Hosted by Sama’a Al-Hamdani & Lilia Okalina

    “Derka” is a stereotypical Arabic word used in lieu of actual Arabic dialogue. On District Derkas, hosts Sama’a Al-Hamdani and Lilia Okalina demystify commonly misunderstood aspects of Middle Eastern culture and create a space for open dialog aimed to teach, inspire and entertain.

  • Hosted by Morgan H. West

    This city, your perspective: A Creative DC uses new media to celebrate + promote DC’s emerging, established, and diverse creative community and creative economy. With over half a million perspectives in the #aCreativeDC feed to dive into, Direct Message is a look at the ins and outs of creative life in Washington, DC, hosted weekly by A Creative DC founder Morgan H. West.

  • Hosted by Erik Bruner Yang & Seda Nak

    Foreign National explores the stories and sounds impacted by the globalization of culture. Tune in every Tuesday as your host, Erik Bruner-Yang, explores how people discover their own sense of self identity through the discovery of other worlds.

  • Hosted by Fred Irby IV

    Freddie in the Field is a weekly podcast hosted by DMV-native and world-famous conversationalist “Innkeeper Freddie”, owner/operator of Union Inn in Washington, DC. Armed with a microphone and an audio recorder, Freddie ventures outside the Full Service Radio’s studio (i.e. “the field”) to cover notable District events/happenings with his unique brand of field reporting. Freddie’s collection of DMV luminaries and personalities of note from “the field” are also brought in-studio for lively discussion and discourse.

  • Hosted by Desirée venn Frederic

    out meaning is a canvas of open-ended colloquy where antiquated dichotomies are disqualified and possibility amplified. Presented with intention by Desirée venn Frederic + Tony Walker + SIR E.U with creative support by Dorian Gray.

  • Hosted by Martin Miguel Fernandez

    Better Listen Radio explores the deep house and disco sounds of DC vinyl label Better Listen Records and beyond. The program will dive into new and unreleased tunes from the scene and feature exclusive guest mixes from DJs across the globe.

  • Hosted by Stephanie Williams

    D.C. isn’t just a city purely driven by politics—it’s also where some of the world’s best music venues, prolific bands and groundbreaking musical projects live. Presented by music magazine D.C. Music Download, Know Your Scene spotlights some of the most influential and interesting people who shape D.C.’s music scene. Each episode will offer an in-depth look into what happening inside the nation’s capital through topical discussions and interviews, spotlighting the music community’s unique DIY ethos and independent spirit.

  • Hosted by Vjuan Allure

    Are you ready for the Madness? Music, mayhem, interviews, information, opinionations (yes, we made that word up), contests, and did we mention The BEATZ?!! All this radiating from Full Service Radio Studios by none other than the Elite Beatz Maestro and CEO – Vjuan Allure. Come and absorb the energy of the International DJ/Producer/and Artist and hear exclusive tracks, breaking news, new artists, guest mixes, discussions in music, classic throw-backs, pranks, history in House Music and the Beginnings and evolution in Ballroom from the man who started it all, and so much more. So grab some Gummi Bears and join us for the madness – come be enlightened.

  • Hosted by Ayes Cold

    If you DJ or play music, you’ve probably been Local Support. Most likely you’re also hustling to go beyond it. Chopping it up with fellow artists and friends, DJ Ayes Cold explores the insights and challenges of this journey on Local Support, a show highlighting the stories that make her favorite DJs and producers. Tune in to “Local Support” for special guest interviews and DJ sets. Catch Ayes Cold closing out each episode with her top tracks.

  • Hosted by James Scott

    OTHERFEELS radio will highlight rising DMV and touring artists with DJ sets, interviews, and more. Tune in to hear fresh sounds and voices curated by James Scott. “One eye sees, the other feels”. The squiggly line between pop and experimental.

  • Hosted by Sarah Gordon

    The Leap brings together successful small business owners from a wide range of disciplines to share stories, wisdom, tips, and advice. There are plenty of lessons to be learned from Gordon’s guests. It’s a must listen, if you think it’s time to make the leap.

  • Hosted by Spike Gjerde & A Rake’s Progress

    For the last decade as a chef in Baltimore, Spike Gjerde has cooked with an unwavering commitment to the Mid-Atlantic—its land and waters and its community of growers. Choosing to work within his region meant that when life gave him lemons he bought verjus instead. Through this work, Spike has returned millions of dollars back to area farms and in turn discovered a distinctive Chesapeake terroir that he’s on a mission to preserve and advance.
    With ORIGINS, Spike presents the story of this food as told by those who grow, make, process, preserve, and cook it. Engaging, entertaining conversations will inform and challenge listeners to consider that an alternative to commodity agriculture and processed food already exists.


by The LINE Hotel February 22, 2013