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Everything Is Broken playlist for 05/01/2012

Today’s featured guest is Bernard Chazelle, professor of computer science at Princeton University, where he has been on the faculty since 1986. He has held research and faculty positions at Carnegie-Mellon University, Brown University, Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole Normale Superieure, and the University of Paris. He is the author of the book "The Discrepancy Method." He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the European Academy of Sciences, and the World Innovation Foundation. we will be discussing the current state of the political ideological landscape in the USA, in the context of the upcoming election. We will challenge you, gentle listeners to consider just what differences are out there separating progressives from conservatives. http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~chazelle/

AND ... we are hoping for a call-in from the General Strike in Manhattan, “A Day Without the 1%” An OWS “Direct Action” - that near the top of the hour.

For music today … Los Angeles rock supergroup Audioslave.
http://www.audioslave.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audioslave

Jim Dexter playlist for 05/01/2012

Jim's Show for Tuesday May 1, 2012

Finn's Revolution playlist for 05/01/2012

MAY DAY! Live reports from the Revolutionary Front! Get out on the streets!

The Rock and Roll Dance Party playlist for 05/01/2012

'got a garbage brain, it's drivin' me insane'

Trim Mix Party playlist for 04/30/2012

this week a interview with producer john glass a new top 15v and a hot tyme machine

Soul Glo Bistro playlist for 04/30/2012

A dedication to KISS FM hosted by Wayne

Bob Longman Show playlist for 04/29/2012

Requests: #1, #7, #20

Jazz On The Air playlist for 04/29/2012

Today we honor Duke Ellington and his 113th birthday!

Sunday Street playlist for 04/29/2012

Today's program remembered Chris Ethridge, bass player for The Flying Burrito Brothers, and Pete Fornatale, long-time New York city area radio host, both of whom passed on earlier this week. Norm Prusslin, former General Manager of WUSB, joined us to share memories of Pete Fornatale.