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An Eclectic Mess playlist for 12/20/2012

Holiday Favorites , The Annual Christmas mess

Pre-Sunrise Mix playlist for 12/19/2012

Happy Holidays & New Year 2013

Blue Grass Time playlist for 12/19/2012

55 min. of bluegrass Christmas music

Everything Is Broken playlist for 12/18/2012

Our featured guest is Alex Beauchamp, Northeast Region Director at Food & Water Watch. Based in the Brooklyn office, Alex oversees all organizing efforts in New York and the Northeast and plays an active role in the New Yorkers Against Fracking coalition. Alex has worked on issues related to fracking, factory farms, genetic engineering, and water privatization at Food & Water Watch since 2009. .Before joining Food & Water Watch, his background was in legislative campaigning and community and electoral organizing.
www.foodandwaterwatch.org
www.nyagainstfracking.org

THE REMAINDER OF THE PROGRAM WILL BE FOCUSED ON THE KILLINGS IN NEWTOWN.

For our music … some live cuts of Welchman Dave Edmunds.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Edmunds

Wake and Bake playlist for 12/18/2012

Started at 4:30 this morning. 2012 edition of the Xmas Jam review, featuring fresh recordings from the 24th annual Xmas Jam that took place this past weekend in Asheville NC

Jim Dexter playlist for 12/18/2012

Jim's Show for Tuesday December 18,2012

Purple Starlight playlist for 12/17/2012

Currently alternating with the Spin Zone on Monday mornings midnight - 3am.

A Woman's Perspective On Politics playlist for 12/17/2012

Sub: Bob Longman
a Classical/crossover Christmas

Salvage & Recovery Radio playlist for 12/17/2012

The Holiday Edition

Say Whats Radio playlist for 12/17/2012

First show take two; this time the computer didn't blow up.

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Sunday Street playlist for 12/16/2012

Steve Matteo, who writes about popular music for Long Island Pulse, joined us on air to highlight music for the holiday season, centering on impressive new releases as well as some rediscovered albums from past years. We also spoke by phone with Meg Hutchinson, of the ensemble Winterbloom, who did an afternoon concert at The University Cafe in the Sunday Street Acoustic Series, co-sponsored by WUSB.

Sunday Street playlist for 12/16/2012

Steve Matteo, who writes about popular music for Long Island Pulse, joined us on air to highlight music for the holiday season, centering on impressive new releases as well as some rediscovered albums from past years. We also spoke by phone with Meg Hutchinson, of the ensemble Winterbloom, who did an afternoon concert at The University Cafe in the Sunday Street Acoustic Series, co-sponsored by WUSB.