On Air


The Overnightmare playlist for 01/05/2013

everybody is fat

Hectic Electric playlist for 01/05/2013

Playing only the best, freshest and newest Electronic Dance Music! First hour is deeper tracks, second hour is all new music!

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 01/04/2013

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

Lunchtime playlist for 01/04/2013

Fridays 10 to 1pm

Mix Tape playlist for 01/03/2013


Lunch On Thursdays playlist for 01/03/2013

Habanero filling in for Bill McNulty today, continuing the discussion about the impact of superstorm Sandy on Long Island's waterways.


To find out information about the Stony Brook's School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences Great South Bay Project - http://po.msrc.sunysb.edu/GSB/

Great South Bay weather buoy #1 - http://po.msrc.sunysb.edu/GSB/B1RT.html

An Eclectic Mess playlist for 01/03/2013

Happy New Year from me to you!!!

High Technology Radio playlist for 01/03/2013


Steve K playlist for 01/03/2013

Winter theme

Blue Grass Time playlist for 01/02/2013

55 min. of the best of 2012 bluegrass music followed by the ball game

Cafe`Ali playlist for 01/02/2013

Blues and More

Everything Is Broken playlist for 01/01/2013

Our featured guest is Stephanie Mann, Executive Director of Safe Kids Now! An author and activist, Stephanie presents workshops and training to help strengthen families and to create peaceful neighborhoods and communities. “We can stay safe, if we know what to do and how to do it.” Stephanie and I will discuss the Newtown, CT tragedy, guns and mental health.

Stephanie Mann has seen it all: drugs, violence, crime, gangs, apathy, poverty and abuse. For 38 years, her reaction has always
been...strengthen families and get the community involved to keep children safe. In her community, residents were waiting for the police to stop teen drug abuse and burglaries. Without a local police department…volunteers spearheaded the "Neighborhood Responsibility"
program. Within 2+ years, residents cut crime in half. That experience launched her career as a crime prevention specialist. She
co-authored, "Alternative to Fear." Stephanie’s books include:
"Alternatives to Fear: Guidelines to Safer Neighborhoods” which helped
popularize “Neighborhood Watch.”
"Safe Homes Safe Neighborhoods: Stopping Crime where You Live" (Nolo Press).

Jim Dexter playlist for 01/01/2013

Happy New Year 2013!!

Say Whats Radio playlist for 12/31/2012

New Years Show!

Playing 26 songs from the last 26 years!