WBCN and The American Revolution

WOMR presents “WBCN and The American Revolution” in a virtual screening to support community radio. The landmark film about the early days of the legendary underground Boston radio station will be available to rent online for $10 from May 18-31.

Directed by Peabody Award-winner Bill Lichenstein, who worked at WBCN and later became the program director of WBRU, the film follows the radical, free-form radio station set against the political, social and cultural upheaval in Boston and nationally in the late ’60s and early ’70s

Click here to get your tickets to see “WBCN and The American Revolution”

The “WBCN and the American Revolution” live Discussion and Q&A takes place on Friday, May 27, 7:00pm-8:00pm as a Zoom webinar.

Join us for a panel discussion with director Bill Lichtenstein, WOMR Executive Director John Braden, and Deborah Ullman, first woman DJ at WBCN, moderated by Bob Seay of WGBH. We’ll discuss the film, the importance of arts venues in the time of COVID-19, and the historic and current impact of community radio. The panelists will begin the conversation and will respond to audience Q&As throughout.

Click here to register to attend the discussion.