By Funk Master Fuhlexa on Tue, 02/10/2015 - 8:34pm
Tonight-beginning at 8.. "A Taste Of Long Island"
By Angelo on Thu, 02/05/2015 - 10:01pm
Time to celebrate the late Bob Marley's 70th birthday with three days of reggae music on WUSB! The Reggae Marathon will feature The No Sound Test crew, DJ Lister, DJ Tony Stir and a whole slew of guests and special hosts as they play for you everything and anything Reggae for 3 whole days.
Tune in Thursday February 5 at 10pm to "No Sound Test" for the start of the marathon and stay put (or dance your ass off) until Sunday February 8 11:59PM. Only on WUSB, 90.1FM on your radio or online at http://wusb.fm/listen
Note: WUSB Sports will be broadcasting Vermont at Stony Brook men's basketball game on Saturday, coverage begins at 6:45 pm. www.wusb.fm/sports for more information.
By Angelo on Thu, 02/05/2015 - 10:23am
Tune into Tom Needham's The Sounds of Film on Thursday at 6 P.M. to hear an exclusive interview with Antonio Fargas, who is best known for his role as Huggy Bear on the television show Starsky & Hutch. They will be discussing his long film career including roles in Putney Swope, Across 110th Street, Foxy Brown, Shaft and Car Wash.
By Funk Master Fuhlexa on Wed, 01/28/2015 - 11:48pm
This week on Dialogos Radio, tune in for a special broadcast which will feature coverage and analysis of this past Sunday's historic Greek elections. The Dialogos Interview Series will feature an interview with investigative journalist (BBC, The Guardian) and New York Times bestselling author Greg Palast, who will share with us his insights regarding the winner of the elections, SYRIZA, including Palast's thoughts on SYRIZA's economic platform and its strong position in favor of keeping Greece within the Eurozone. Palast will also discuss the role of Goldman Sachs in helping to perpetuate the Greek economic crisis, and will also discuss the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). This interview will be followed up by our own analysis of the Greek electoral results, and the campaign promises Syriza has made, as well as its departure from some of its previously radical positions.
Tune in to hear this special broadcast this Thursday at 1:30 pm on WUSB and wusb.fm!