Off the Shelf with Delaware Library Podcast

The Delaware County District Library has a podcast! Listen for all the updates about what’s happening around our branches, as well as reader recommendations for all ages, things to “geek,” and much more. Shows include recorded episodes of the weekly “Off the Shelf” radio program with George and Nicole, “What to Read Wednesdays with Annie,” and “Library Guys Go to the Movies” with resident movie geek Luke.

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Off the Shelf Radio Show

Enjoy weekly recordings of the Off the Shelf Radio Show from local WDLR 1550 AM/92.9 FM with co-hosts George Needham and Nicole Fowles. Guests vary from week to week and new books, DVDs or binge-worthy entertainment is discussed weekly. Listen live on Fridays or Sundays at 9am, or download the episode from your podcast.

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What to Read Wednesdays with Annie

What to Read Wednesdays comes at you every other Wednesday and is your one stop for reading, watching and listening recommendations from your favorite library staff members! Always hosted by Youth Services Specialist Anne Pasma, and special appearances from other library staff every episode.

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Library Guys Go to the Movies

What’s your favorite best worst movie?! Join Luke (and the ocassional special guest) as he talks terrible movies that have somehow survived the test of time. Movies may include “classics” like Troll 2, Battle Star Wars, Death Bed the Bed That Eats, The Princess Bride, Birdemic, and Manos the Hands of Fate.

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Trivia Showdown

Trivia Showdown is the quiz show from the Delaware County District Library. Each month our host Kellen Freeman brings three DCDL staff members in to compete for the coveted Showdown Crown. Over several rounds of questions, players will compete to score the most points to win the game. Contestants and categories change monthly. If you have any suggestions for categories or questions, please email

The Delaware County District Library serves as the public information provider for our community, using traditional and innovative technology to encourage curiosity, free inquiry, and lifelong learning in a friendly environment.