Rachel Marco-Havens hosts THE SAME BOAT RADIO ON Woodstock 104 WIOF LP (104.1FM)

Conversation radio laced with relevant music. Rachel explores the here and now with an eye on the stewardship of our collective commons. Topics vary as she entertains a diverse range of people standing up to shift the singularity paradigm to one of unity and right stewardship. You will always hear songs that relate to the topics in the boat. Call-ins are welcome… Sometimes.

Speaking with community members, artists and random muses, about relevant topics like: true unity and collaboration, environmental justice, women and youth leadership, Indigenous Rights, sovereign indemnity, decolonization and reclamation, sexual sovereignty, creative and spiritual justice, food sovereignty, divestment, fossil fuel extraction, transport export and storage. Merely skimming the surface of the colliding intersections we are standing smack in the middle of, Rachel facilitates conversations about issues and experience that many are hesitant to explore. When it comes to guests, Youth Leaders, Independent Musicians and artists are prioritized on the show.

The Same Boat Radio airs on WIOF LP—Woodstock 104 Mondays from 5:00-7:00 pm, broadcasting out of Woodstock, NY on 104.1. The local broadcast range is limited, but we are working to bring the show to the web. Rachel Marco-Havens has been broadcasting during these hours for two years, as “The Same Boat Radio”, building a strong listenership. The show has been as freeform as it gets, and we are working to bring more guests and conversation to the airwaves.

The show goes out on live feed via Facebook whenever possible. We enjoy engaging our listeners in the conversation. It’s richer that way.


Dial it in at 104.1 fm 5:00-7:00 Monday Nights



The Same Boat Radio is an effort of the heart, aired on a Woodstock 104 WIOF LP, a new Community station in testing, hosted by Birds Of A Feather Media enjoy the grassroots of true community radio. The website is in progress. The station itself is a volunteer act of love and service to community and expression.

It takes a lot of storage to host the show here on the web. In order to expand upload capability on WordPress, it costs $300 per year. If you would like to participate in the growth of The Same Boat Radio, click not he image below:


On March 30th, Rachel fills space with some fun and humor amidst conversation about current events…

Robin Richardson sits in with me on this airing… He is so much fun!

We learn about the AIM Pipeline from Susan van Dolsen and Courtney Williams which is NOT one to sleep on! Listen to this episode!

In the second half of the show, we look at some current events and speak to IONE and Pauline Oliveros about a performance touching down in Rosendale this weekend. One of the performers is my dear friend Ann Hemmenway.


Tonite on The Same Boat Radio, we mobilized on a Friday night to celebrate this day together on Woodstock 104.1. It felt so good to sit with these three women (Jennifer Schwartz Berky, Rebecca Martin & Elizabeth Simonson) and look forward to the work that is to come… We did it! But there is just so much more to do! “Luckily the women are on it”

Music from Seth Bernard (Active Artisan Community) and Ben Harper (When The People Lead)


Screen shot 2015-02-11 at 12.27.02 PM

**NOTE: You will be leaving this site to listen on podomatic. A new tab or window should open up. 🙂



3 thoughts on “THE SAME BOAT RADIO

  1. Hi rachael,

    Ive been a local west hurley, now kerhonkson resident forever.
    i just heard your show on woodstock 104.
    Great information ! Thank you.
    I am writing to you on a hunch somehow some of my songs ive written could possibly work well with your show or possibly others on the station.
    im a passionate musical artist that i feel has been way ahead of his time , till now. Lol.
    It seems alot of topics ive written about in my songs have finially reached a mass conciousness Level.
    Im a local performer doing all i can to “get out there”.
    And am performing under ” john curran iv & acoustic sun”.
    Rosendale street fest sunday noon.
    i thought a few songs i have
    would be a great addition to woodstock 104.
    Maybe you could help facilitate this ? Or know who can ?
    No worries if not.
    one song in particular is :
    1. Chem trail blues (they’re sprayin)

    It can be heard at:


    Thanks for your time either way.



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s