During the craziness of 2020, we hope you have enjoyed all the music, talk, and news you have heard on WHPW. As we look forward to a new year, we hope you will continue listening to your community radio and we thank all who sent a year-end donation to WHPW for 2020 to support our continuing broadcast.


Harpswell Radio Project, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization

Radio Bytes


 Radio Bytes will give you a brief insight into the personalities behind the various shows you listen to on WHPW. Click on the Radio Bytes link to see older Bytes.

Back Down the Bayou with Bill Bolens


Back down the bayou


Back Down the Bayou is a Louisiana and roots music show featuring artists not normally heard on radio. Expect to hear everything from Nathan Abshire and the Allman Brothers Band to Buckwheat Zydeco and ZZ Top along with Baton Rouge Blues, New Orleans funk, indigenous jazz and a whole lot more. Roll up the rugs and sweep up the floor, if this doesn’t get ya moving, check your pulse. (WHYR)

People, Men, Women, Black And White

. . . Turned on the station in my car and heard Umo. Then I was just listening your comments about the best album lists and then into the people who want to go back to the past.  It was heard at the right time. I just pulled over and sat in a parking lot and listened.  thank[s] man    J.R.  more . . .

Thank you!
Fast Cash Redemption Center
109 Bath Road, Brunswick

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Due to the pandemic, donations are down at community radio stations all over the country. It's a great time to make a donation to WHPW. We need to raise over $3,000.00 to remain on the air for you.

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Don't forget - if you are short on time to volunteer or produce a show, but have some extra cash that you don't know what to do with a donation of any size is a great way to support local radio.

Pacifica Network

We're all keeping our distance - 
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Now is a great time to produce a piece to air on WHPW at home. It can be 30 seconds, 5 minutes, or 2 hours - you decide. If you are interested, send us an email or call us at 207-835-1018.

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We are beginning a new year with hope and peace and will continue providing listeners with local information, Select Board meetings, news, and music. Please consider donating to WHPW and take advantage of a tax deduction (for 2021). Please consult your tax preparer for details.

Harpswell Radio Project, Inc. 
    is a 501(c)3 organization

Listen in (97.3 FM) and see what's new.

WHPW needs your help to stay on the air and continue providing you with the unique programming you have come to depend on and to remain a vital part of this community - especially during these times. 

Please consider a donation of any amount to help support WHPW / Harpswell Radio Project. If you have any questions, send us an email or call us at 207-835-1018. 

You can mail a check to:

Harpswell Radio Project
PO Box 483
Harpswell,Maine 04079

or pay using our donation button.

Harpswell Radio Project, Inc. 
    is a 501(c)3 organization

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Still Worshiping "Together" with Neighbors

In a partnership between the Elijah Kellogg Congregational Church & West Harpswell Baptist Church in Harpswell, WHPW is continuing to broadcast "socially-distanced" church services on 97.3 FM. 

The parking lot at the Kellogg church is set up for social distancing between cars and attendees are able to hear the sermons through their car radios on WHPW. Folks can also listen to the service from their own homes by tuning their radios to WHPW 97.3.

Thanks to board member Daniel Moore and engineer Howard Yanik for putting together all the necessary connectivity to make this broadcast continue to be possible - and thanks to Pastor John Carson of Kellogg Church for reaching out to WHPW.



Maine - Gov. Mills Covid- 19 Response

Rep. Joyce "Jay" McCreight

Harpswell/Brunswick Region