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DESTINIES PROMO for 7/19/24 (Destinies salutes the crew of Apollo 8)

This week, Destinies honors the memories of two astronauts, and celebrates the 55th anniversary of Apollo 11 and live music on Long Island.

Tune in Friday night, and remember astronauts Frank Borman and William Anders, with the story of the flight of Apollo 8 from the audio documentary "In Their Own Words: The Space Race," featuring their moving Christmas message to the people of Earth.

Travel to Stony Brook's Staller Center on March 22nd, 2024, as Broadway star Adam Pascal sings Elton John's "Rocket Man."

And, the Smithtown Community Band performs a medley of songs from the soundtrack of Guardians of the Galaxy at their season-opening concert on July 2nd, 2024.

You'll also learn about this weekend's HurriCon, the benefit comic art convention in East Rockaway.
Friday, July 19th, at 11:30 PM.

Hosted by Howard Margolin.

Destinies-The Voice of Science Fiction

Gary U.S. Bonds on Radio Chef

From George Giokas:

Rock and R&B artist Gary U.S. Bonds has been a Long Island resident for 42 years and is also an inductee into the Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame

He's 85 years old and still tours. He talks to me about his life in music, the inspiration for his songs and his longtime friendship with Bruce Springsteen. I will be playing the recorded interview on my next show, Monday, July 22.

Jethro Tull Guitarist on WUSB

Tune in this Sunday, July 14 at 9pm to hear an exclusive interview with longtime Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre by WUSB's Verlaine Hell.

DESTINIES PROMO for 7/12/24 (Destinies salutes The Last Starfighter)

This week, Destinies continues its salute to the films of the summer of 1984, takes you back to the I-Con 31 Cabaret, and brings you new installments of its regular features.

Tune in Friday night and mark the 40th anniversary of The Last Starfighter with an adaptation of the movie on the Destinies Radio Theater.

Angela Quiles performs an original song at the I-Con 31 Cabaret, recorded at Stony Brook's Student Activities Center auditorium in 2012.

Patrick Thomas' "Dear Cthulhu" returns to answer a new letter from the woman who really loves her duck.

And, Christina M. Rau reads her poem "Do Mermaids Really Die?"

Friday, July 12th, at 11:30 PM.

Hosted by Howard Margolin, with Patrick Thomas and Christina M. Rau.