First Sunday of the month | 10 – Noon
A Detroit radio fixture since 1985, The Listening Room continues to be a part of the Sunday morning ritual of thousands of metro area listeners thanks to WRCJ.
“The goal is to provide a comfortable radio complement to what is, for most listeners, a very pleasant time of the week,” says host Chris Felcyn. “And we do that with a careful but varied selection of very listenable music, drawn from classical, jazz, world music, and other genres.”
Wherever possible, Chris showcases performances by the many excellent classical and jazz artists working throughout the Detroit area and has made The Listening Room not only a place to hear these fine artists, but a source for where to go to see Detroit’s best perform live.
Your Comments About The Listening Room:
“Love the station! I’ve enjoyed your ‘Listening Room’ show for years. So happy you came with the new station.” – Christine
“The disappearance of The Listening Room from WDET was like the sun failing to rise on my Sundays . . . welcome to the return of this Orpheus of the airwaves.” – William B.
“Such a versatile show . . . just knowing it is there is comforting.” – Ron S.
“I LOVE The Listening Room–wish it was longer.” – Brenda P.
“Thank you for ‘The Listening Room!’ We are SO happy! Because of YOU, we’re moving a great portion of our public radio support to 90.9!” – Pam O.
“Yippee!! The Listening Room is back! Now my Sunday mornings are back the way they should be, New York Times, bottomless cup of coffee, and The Listening Room. That is my Big Three. Keep up the good work.” – Mary P.