The Folk, Roots, and World Music Show
Sunday 5-7PM Eastern Time
89.7 WTMD, Towson, MD
Hosted by Paul Hartman
WTMD is a 10,000 watt non-commercial radio station licensed to Towson University broadcasting from Towson City Center. The station serves the Baltimore metropolitan area and all of central Maryland with compelling contemporary music created by artists who are committed to the craft of songwriting. An NPR member, the station produces “Baltimore Hit Parade,”
an hour long music and interview program focusing on the developments in the Baltimore music scene. WTMD-HD2, “The Baltimore Channel,” airs music created by Baltimore musicians and is one of the few local-music channels in the country. WTMD is listened to by 100,000 people each month and can be heard on-line at wtmd.org
and on apps for the iPhone, Blackberry, and Android.
Detour has been on the air since 1982 in a variety of time slots, currently 5 to 7 PM on Sunday. The show is an eclectic blend of folk, roots, and world music.