Bob Duffy playlist for 01/07/2012

Programming with WUSB for more than 30 years, Bob Duffy is still searching for the perfect pop song.

Ludwig Leopold playlist for 01/07/2012

A rock and roll wake for Tom Ardolino, drummer extraordinaire for the transcendent NRBQ in their prime, some new jumpers, and Elvis Presley nod all with a bow on top.
Hosted by Mr. Edison

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 01/06/2012

Mark Klein's Fri. morning
Blues Warehouse (8am-10am)

Long Island Hellenic Radio playlist for 01/06/2012

Long Island's Hellenic voice! Today's show features an interview with bestselling author and investigative journalist Greg Palast, on the Greek, European and global financial crisis. Visit us online at

Skagasm playlist for 01/06/2012


Natural Alternatives playlist for 01/06/2012

Alternative programming by DJ G-low

Friday Night Free-Form playlist for 01/06/2012

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Happy New Year!

New year, same old new music!

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Mix Tape playlist for 01/05/2012


Steve K playlist for 01/05/2012

Winter and New Years theme

High Technology Radio playlist for 01/05/2012

Bro Bill Celebrates 28 years on WUSB

Organized Confusion playlist for 01/04/2012

It's just me tonight! It's so relaxing. Anyway, here's a bunch of music I like, so do your best to enjoy!

Radio Free J-Ro playlist for 01/04/2012

Best of 2011 show!

The Outer Library playlist for 01/04/2012

New Independent and Self Release from Brooklyn and Manhattan with your host Mike Gildersleeve every Wednesday Night from 10pm to Midnight

Finn's Revolution playlist for 01/03/2012

Activist ASHLEY SANDERS let's us know what the Occupy Movement can learn from some 19th century upstarts, and we tip the hat to birthday boy Van Dyke Parks

Everything Is Broken playlist for 01/03/2012

Our featured guest is Yasser Alwan who was on our program live from Cairo last summer to report on the success of the Arab Spring. he will update the situation over there as “our man in Cairo.” yasser was born in Nigeria to Iraqi parents in 1964; after spending his early childhood in Lebanon and Iraq, his family moved to the USA in 1972. He received a BA here in French literature from Colby College. He spent 1986-87 in Egypt, Sudan, and Jordan. In 1992, he completed an MA in politics and history at Georgetown University. He left the US in 1992 to live in Jordan and then to Egypt where he has lived since 1994. To support his photography, he has taught writing at the American Univ in Cairo, and prepared refugees for life in the USA through the Intl Organization for Migration. He received the Mother Jones Intl Documentary Photography award in 2001. His work has been shown in group and solo exhibitions in Frankfurt, Cairo, San Francisco, London, Beirut, Paris, and Abu Dhabi. He is scheduled to exhibit in New York next month at NYU.

Wake and Bake playlist for 01/03/2012

Starting early this morning. Annual New Years Eve show review