FREE PIZZA! FREE RADIO! FREE NICKNAMES! FREE GOOD TIMES! Blunt Youth Radio Project is one of the oldest and most decorated radio programs in the United States, AND WE WANT YOU! Our hour-long shows feature two teen hosts who interview guests on public affairs issues. Topics range from the serious: sex trafficking – to the … Continue reading

Reflecting On The Orlando Shooting + Book Club

Listen in Monday, June 13, to listen to hosts Joliet Morrill and Milena Germon facilitate a show with two parts. First, to comment on the devastating shooting in Orlando, Florida, drag artist, performer and activist Conor Leigh Tubbs joins the studio. On the second half, Blunt is joined by english teacher Antona Briley and rising senior … Continue reading

Girls & Sex! Interview With Author Peggy Orenstein

In a world where women are either “sluts” or “prudes,” how do you win? What are we even winning? Join your hosts Milena Germon and Setareh Jalali on their exploration of the multi-dimensional world of adolescence and sensuality from 7:30-8:30 PM on 90.9 or 104.1. We had the honor of interviewing “Girls & Sex” author … Continue reading

Portland Museum of Art

Did you know that there is a Learning and Interpretation department at the Portland Museum of Art? Tune into Blunt Youth Radio to hear more about this department and different interpretations of art on May 2, 2016 with hosts Zoe Farr and Joliet Morril. They will be talking to the associate educator for youth learning … Continue reading

Sex Education

Tonight on Blunt Youth Radio, hosts Setareh Jalali and Aidan Mitchell tackle something of a sensitive topic- sex education. They’re joined by three special guests: Quinn Gormley, an activist in Maine’s queer and transgender communities, Kerry Donahue, the director of the radio program at the Columbia School of Journalism, and Lauren Grousd, a Portland-based counselor and … Continue reading

Portland Housing Crisis

Join hosts Moses Small and Setareh Jalali as they discuss the housing crisis in Portland with guests Leslie Bridgers from the Portland Press Herald and Mark Adelson the executive director of the Portland Housing Authority.

life as a teen in 2016

View the world through teen eyes this week on Blunt Youth Radio as we talk about joining the political process and the usefulness of homework. Hosts Setareh Jalali and Aidan Mitchell continue the conversation with a discussion about college prospects and Mexican drug lord El Chapo. As Promised here is the video of Alice’s Trum rally … Continue reading

Human Trafficking

You don’t think Human Trafficking is an issue that hits close to home here in Maine, but unfortunately it is. Tonight, on Blunt hosts Peter Mazjanis and Milena Germon talk with Dee Clarke, Currently, Dee is a consultant for Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault with Preble Street Anti Sex Trafficking Coalition, and has many community … Continue reading

High School Theater

There’s no lack of drama in the world of high school drama this week, as hosts Matice Maino and Aidan MItchell speak to guests involved in their schools’ theater programs. Joining them tonight will be Greely actresses Brie Nicolaou and Evan Carrell, Greely stage manager Kaitlyn Megathlin, and Deering makeup director Evi Rondazzo. Brie, Evan, … Continue reading