Ninth Annual Show Tunes Bingo!

“SHOW TUNES IN THE AFTERNOON”, the Monday afternoon live streaming program here on WUMD.ROCKS, is hosting the ninth annual “world-wide” bingo game, “Show Tunes Bingo with ‘Lectric Lar’”, beginning December 17, 2018, and running until February 4, 2019.

Listeners fill their special Show Tunes Bingo card squares by listening to the weekly program, and noting on their Show Tunes Bingo card the date and time a particular song is heard. Once they have five squares in a row filled in any direction,they send in the card with their name, address and phone number. Verified winning cards will be eligible to win prizes during the “Big Bingo Day” program on February 11, 2019, the 14th anniversary of the show. Winners will be drawn from all verified submissions received by February 8, 2019. Prizes could include CDs, WUMD and Show Tunes in the Afternoon mugs and t-shirts, and other WUMD goodies.

Cards should be mailed to: SHOW TUNES in the AFTERNOON, WUMD, 285 Old Westport Rd., Dartmouth, MA 02747.

Cards can be downloaded and printed from http://www.lectriclar.net/music1_lectric/. Don’t have a printer? Use the android app…available at the same link.

Volunteer at WUMD

89.3, WUMD, is a non-profit, educational radio station of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and serves the communities of the Southcoast area as well as the UMass Dartmouth campus.

We are looking for volunteers, with an interest in various aspects of radio station operations, both “in front of” as well as “behind the microphone”.

If you have an interest in radio and would like to consider joining our team, please contact WUMD by email at wumd@umassd.edu, or call (508) 999-8149.

Who is WUMD?

WUMD FM 89.3 is a non-commercial, educational radio station which broadcasts an HD signal at 9600 watts from the campus of the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. We broadcast independent news, music and feature programs that are underrepresented in commercial media.

We serve as a link between the University and our surrounding communities by fostering the connections between music, independent media and social and civic responsibilities.

We believe that the music and dialogue presented by the station is integral to the university’s mission to build bridges of understanding among the people of the region and beyond.