Planet Prog Playlists
Listen to the most recently aired Planet Prog shows by streaming or downloading the shows from the WMSE website. The last few months of 90 minute shows are currently archived in .mp3 format.
Although there are many MP3 players available, WinAmp is the most popular free and feature rich. Or, go to mp3.com to search for another player to fit your needs. The free Windows Media Player is another alternative.
- The 24k quality files are about 13MB each
- The 56k quality files are about 37MB each
- The new 128k quality files are about 84MB each
"Downloading" means saving the .mp3 file to your computer so you can keep it and listen to it again later. "Streaming" means that the .mp3 file is sent as a temporary file to your computer and .mp3 player as soon as you start the "stream" and that it will be played only once.
Shows are saved for many months but not forever so download them ASAP. Select your show date and your method of having it downloaded or streamed. If downloading, I would recommend "right-clicking" on the link and "Save Target As" so you can choose where your computer will save the file. If you appreciate WMSE's time, effort and expense in making this available to you, consider donating to this non-profit radio station during one of their pledge drives or any time. There are great gifts/premiums for donating that you should check out. Let them know you're a Planet Prog fan!
Mark's interviews on Planet Prog:
2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998
Listen to part 2 of 2 of the first online "all
Many thanks to Steve Taaffe of Internet Radio Free Kansas.
Here's part 1 of 2. Get the playlist. Get RealPlayer.
Scans of a 1978 playlist
from Mark's show at WZMF
Scan of a 1985 article about Mark / Article in text format
Mark is quoted in the article "The Music That Never Died"
Attention Planet Prog fans!
If you have an archive of old playlists prior to 2/08/98
and would like to see them posted, send an email to Mark at:
Or, you can contact the Planet Prog
webmaster, Karen at:
Corrections are more than welcome! Thanks!
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