Solitaries and Socials alike can enjoy and benefit from the huge variety of Pagan radio programs online. Listen live or delve into the archives of an array of shows featuring educational discussions, Pagan music, witchy ramblings, and many more things under the Pagan sun.
Karen Tate hosts Voices of the Sacred Feminine Radio. Every Wednesday or Thursday at 6p PST Dr. Rev. Karen Tate presents a feminine and goddess themed topic, often with special guests and interviews. Show topics range from female-driven culture in Japan to Slavic Paganism, and the whole gamut of sex, religion, and spirituality from the perspective of the divine feminine.
Creatrix Media Live airs very infrequently but provides interesting and in depth discussion on an eclectic mix of topics, from Dr. Helen Huang and Magoism, to mid 20th century butch-femme culture. Anniitra W. MaKafia Ravenmoon, founder of Iseum of the Nubian Moon and Jane DeMente of the Women's Heritage Project cohost.
Hocus Focus Radio offers several shows per week. 'Coffeehouse on Magick Blvd.' often features Pagan authors, radio hosts, and other guests. The namesake 'Hocus Focus' is often a roundtable style discussion on a wide variety of subjects, including Tarot, the Esbats, the paranormal, and more.
Raven and Dorian often get rowdy and raucous on Desperate House Witches, which airs on Fridays at 4p PST. Sometimes featuring special guests like Dorothy Morrison and Deborah Blake and usually featuring magickal tips, lots of cuss words and healthy rants, Desperate House Witches advises listeners to do no harm, but take no shit.
Pagans Tonight Radio, developed by Witch School International, airs a different show every evening, including an entire show in Spanish, on Saturday. Selena Fox leads Circle Craft Study on Tuesday. There are regular shows targeted towards men's issues in Paganism, Pagan music, Pagan news and commentary, and more.
Poke Runyon, Archimage of the Ordo Templi Astartes, hosts The Hermetic Hour on Thursdays. A recent show with Frater Osiris explored the Pentagrammaton and also celebrated The Hermetic Hour's 4 year anniversary.
This is a small sampling of what's available for Pagans out there. Didn't see your favorite program? Submit your favorite online radio show in the comments section below.