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Over Easy Radio playlist for 04/05/2014

RADIOTHON - pledge your support to help us repair our state-of-the-art equipment.

Bob Duffy playlist for 04/05/2014

Clam Radio playlist for 04/05/2014

Jim Pastor and I are in the house.

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 04/04/2014

Mark Klein's Fri.morning
Blues Warehouse (8-10am)est.
www.liblues.com

Whatever Floats Yer Boat playlist for 04/04/2014

Spring into spring with info on how to tend our waterways, and what SOMAS (Stony Brook School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences) is up to these days.

Lunchtime playlist for 04/04/2014

Friday 10am to Noon

Oprah's Handbag playlist for 04/04/2014

contributions by neil, funk master fuhlexa, dr ceus and may day crew

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 04/04/2014

The Jack and JJ Show..jack Lacitra and John Jay Hance Visit the Show....

Mix Tape playlist for 04/03/2014

4321

Clam Radio playlist for 04/03/2014

Composer,technologist Sarah Weaver is my guest.

Epoch playlist for 04/03/2014

with special Guest Mind Open

The Bayou playlist for 04/03/2014

The Could it be Spring at last after 5 inches of fresh snow on Monday, in a City that Care Forgot Edition of The Bayou?

Into The Fire with JoJo playlist for 04/02/2014

LETS GET IT ON WITH THE ROCK-ROLL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES AND LIGHT THIS PLACE UP!!!!!!!!!!

WUSB Alternatives playlist for 04/02/2014

Into The Fire All Live And Rare

Blues At Dawn playlist for 04/02/2014

"THE BLUES WILL DO YOUR HEART GOOD !!"

Blue Grass Time playlist for 04/02/2014

Radiothon continues, 2 hours of bluegrass with in studio guest Andy Falco of the Infamous Stringdusters premiering their new CD "Let it Go"

Radio Free J-Ro playlist for 04/02/2014

radiothon --- marvin gaye's bday/death day, kurt cobain RIP, 20 years of Crooked Rain, 30 years of Reckoning.

Everything Is Broken playlist for 04/01/2014

Our program tuesday; 1:00PM EDT will explore the USA media, from the macro discussion of narrow consolidation of corporate control to micro grassroots efforts to educate and alert fellow citizens here on Long Island. Activists here and in communities nationwide are raising the alarm on this brushfire of promotion of consumer products and ideology masquerading as “news.” Information that citizens need is not only manipulated, but often deliberately blacked out.

Our featured activist guests are Janine Melillo and Nat Board of the Long Island Media Task Force. Janine has a long history of activism and is a professional video editor and producer. Her credits are long but include work at PBS, CNN, ABC, HBO and others. She is also an artist and native Canadian. Nat Board, a native Midwesterner is a graduate of our very own Stony Brook University. He taught high school English here on the island for 36 years!

Street FM playlist for 04/01/2014

The Best Thing On A Monday Night/Tuesday Morning