Playlists

The Outer Library playlist for 10/03/2012

New College Music with your host Mike Gildersleeve alternating Wednesday Night's from 10pm to 12 Midnight

Everything Is Broken playlist for 10/02/2012

JOIN US tuesday 1:00PM EDT. Our featured guest is David Niose, President of the Washington-based American Humanist Association. He is an attorney representing secular citizens in the courts. David is the author of the popular Psychology Today blog “Our Humanity, Naturally.”
http://www.americanhumanist.org

We will also speak with our Senior Florida Correspondent, Steven Wiehe. Steve wants to discuss the “limits of capitalism – capitalism run amok."

For our music … jazz pianist Bill Charlap from his CD “Somewhere – The Songs of Leonard Bernstein”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Charlap
http://www.billcharlap.com

Street FM playlist for 10/02/2012

Every first Monday of the month is Golden Era night on StreetFM... One of our favorite times with StreetFM!!....

Jim Dexter playlist for 10/02/2012

Jim's Show for Tuesday, October 2...you heard me...OCTOBER......2012

Finn's Revolution playlist for 10/02/2012

New music, plus LIVE music from Say "NO!" To Architecture & Cyberbully! Low-Fi Madness!! We party down on College Radio Day, yep!!!

Seattle Public Library playlist for 10/01/2012

Played some tunes and interviewed Jes Rybak about her work with the Graduate Student Union

Soul Glo Bistro playlist for 10/01/2012

IN DA MOOD MONDAYS. OLD SCHOOL SLOW JAMZ HOSTED BY WAYNE

Traditional Folk playlist for 10/01/2012

Please donate if you have not already done so! Thanks, Rusty

BQE playlist for 09/30/2012

Triumphant return!

Jazz On The Air playlist for 09/30/2012

An afternoon with Charlie Rauh & Concetta Abbate hosted by Rosanne Hoffmann

Mrs Chester's Coffeehouse playlist for 09/30/2012

Radiothon plugs abound in this cacaphony of sound.

Sunday Street playlist for 09/30/2012

Another busy edition of SUNDAY STREET. We featured two tracks from Caitlin Canty's impressive new album, GOLDEN HOUR, spoke on the phone with Sarah McQuaid, who is in the midst of an ambitious US tour, and were most pleasntly surprised by an in-studio visit from Iain Matthews who, with Jim Fogarty,was at Stony Brook to do an afternoon concert in our series at The University Cafe. And, oh yes, we continued to ask listeners to support WUSB during our Fall Radiothon and sincerely thank those who called in and made pledges.

No Apologies playlist for 09/29/2012

A fill in for The Overnightmare

Beginnings playlist for 09/29/2012

"with new ears" #72 celebrates radio