On Air


Hectic Electric playlist for 01/26/2013

Playing the best, freshest and only the high quality EDM ranging from Dubstep to Trap to Electro!

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 01/25/2013

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

Whatever Floats Yer Boat playlist for 01/25/2013

Teres Carey's Sailing Simplicity - http://sailingsimplicity.com/unleashing-womens-potential/#comment-33814

Lecture Series at the
Long Island Maritime Museum

Join join us for a series of free lectures beginning on Sunday, February 10th! The program will take place from 12:45 - 2:30 PM daily and seating is limited so please call 631.854.4974 to reserve your spot.
February 10
Small boat sailing
Tony DeLoia

February 17
Building the Gil Smith cat boat Gene K
Marty Sievers

February 24
The rise and fall of the Great South Bay shellfish industry
Jeff Kassner

March 3
Famous Sea Captains
Harold Stumme

March 10
The Riddle of The Sands
Book and film discussion
Mike Caldwell

Lunchtime playlist for 01/25/2013

Friday 10 to Noon (except next week Reggae Marathon)

Interzone with Chris Phillips playlist for 01/25/2013


Mix Tape playlist for 01/24/2013


Clam Radio playlist for 01/24/2013

Susan DeVita is in the house with a lot on her mind. We also celebrate, however briefly, the birthdays of Brooklyn born Neil Diamond, country satirist Ray Stevens and a deceased Warren Zevon.

High Technology Radio playlist for 01/24/2013

wash thy sox after I hath rocked them

Sounds of Film playlist for 01/24/2013

The Igudsman & Joo (with a little Billy Joel on the side) Inteview, with some "Searching for Sugarman" Rodriguez style, on a frigid quiet Krimble Eve cover for TN,

The Bayou playlist for 01/24/2013

The Alan Doyle in a St Johns Pub on the Tropical Island of NF interview version, Frozen in the Permafrost edition

Into The Fire with JoJo playlist for 01/23/2013


The Outer Library playlist for 01/23/2013

New College Music with your host Mike Gildersleeve every alternating Wednesday from 10pm - 12 Midnight

Everything Is Broken playlist for 01/22/2013

Our show tuesday will center on two topics: our first guest and I will try to answer the question: when did the “my country right or wrong” “patriots” become anti-USA government? Then with my second guest we will discuss the USA healthcare system, Obamacare and so forth.

Our first guest is David Rosman. David is the founder of InkAndVoice.com in Columbia, MO. Since 1986, David has provided contract writing, editing and editorial services for corporations and has written professional development programs for non- and for-profit as well as government corporations. He is the author or contributing editor of 12 professional development textbooks and over 70 training manuals and programs. A columnist for the Columbia Missourian (Columbia, MO), InkandVoice.com and a reviewer for the New York Journal of Books. He is faculty of Business, Speech and Political Communication at Columbia College (MO).

and … our second guest, live from in the breathtaking beauty of the WUSB studios, John Robinson, local activist and physician. John and I will discuss USA healthcare from a variety of angles, including the pros/cons of Obamacare.

Wake and Bake playlist for 01/22/2013

Started at 4:30AM

Jim Dexter playlist for 01/22/2013

Jim's Show for Tuesday January 22, 2013