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Broadway Legend Stephen Schwartz Up Next on SOUNDS OF FILM & LIMEHOF Podcast


Legendary Composer/Lyricist Stephen Schwartz Talks Wicked, Godspell, & More on The Sounds of Film Show and The Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame Podcast.

Stephen Schwartz joins Tom Needham for a conversation about his career and his induction into the Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame on March 23rd at 7:30 PM. 

The Sounds of Film airs on Thursday, March 7 on WUSB 90.1 FM and on our stream between 6:00 and 8:00 PM.


DESTINIES PROMO for 3/1/24 (Destinies on Dune)

From Howard Margolin

This week, Destinies salutes the release of Dune Part 2, and the start of Women's History Month.

Tune in Friday night, for a trip through the history of Dune in media, as the Destinies Soundtrack

Spotlight shines on Graeme Revell's score for the Sci-Fi Channel Mini-Series Frank Herbert's Dune.

Hear the story of how Paul Atreides came to be known as Maud'Dib, and lead the Fremen revolution against the Harkonnens and the Emperor of the Known Universe as the Destinies Radio Theater presents "Dune Part 2: Attack of the Giant Sandworms," adapted from the 1984 film version.

And, as Women's History Month begins, Christina M. Rau reads her Wonder Woman-inspired poem "Woman on a Loop."

Friday, March 1st, at 11:30 PM.

Hosted by Howard Margolin with Christina M. Rau.

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Ménage à Trois avec Sweep the Leg Johnny

Ménage à Trois sits down for a discussion with Chicago hardcore legends Sweep the Leg Johnny, their first since disbanding in 2002, all about drunk Italian men, film references, and the greatest case of plagiarism in music history. We will also incidentally touch on the depths of their career, from their humble start to their triumphant end.

Catch the interview live at midnight on January 27th, and on Spotify or our site the coming week.

DESTINIES PROMO for January 26, 2024

From Howard Margolin:

This week, Destinies honors the memories of the crews of the space shuttles Challenger and Columbia, as well as a famed TV and film composer.

Tune in Friday night, as Evelyn Husband recalls the mission of STS-96, in part 14 of High Calling: The Courageous Life and Faith of Space Shuttle Columbia Commander Rick Husband.

In memory of composer Laurie Johnson, who died on January 16th at the age of 96, you'll hear music from his scores for the TV series The Avengers and The New Avengers, and the films First Men in the Moon and Dr. Strangelove.

Patrick Thomas' "Dear Cthulhu" answers a letter from a man who is in love with his girlfriend's doll.

And, Christina M. Rau reads her poem "A Very Small Man in the Labyrinth."

Friday, January 26th, at 11:30 PM.

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

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Winter Reggae Marathon 2024

The 33rd annual 3 Day Winter Reggae Marathon, celebrating Bob Marley's birthday and Black History Month, will kick off at 12:01 AM on Friday, February 2, following the end of “No Sound Test”, and conclude on Sunday, February 4, at 11:59 PM.

2024 Winter Reggae Marathon Schedule

DESTINIES PROMO For 1/5/24 (Destinies reviews the films of 2023)


From Howard Margolin: 

This week, the Destinies Film Review Team assembles live for their 39th annual look back at the year in movies.

Tune in Friday night at 11:15, as hosts Howard Margolin, Audrey Dettmering, Dave Campfield, and Timothy Gillespie, and possibly some special guests from WUSB, each list their five favorite and one least favorite science fiction, fantasy, adventure, horror, super-hero, and genre-adjacent films of 2023.

Of the 116 movies up for consideration, will there be a consensus? Despite the trend towards "super-hero fatigue" at the box office in 2023, will any comic book adaptations make the best lists? What is considered "genre-adjacent" anyway? And, what movies are the team looking forward to most in 2024? 

Destinies Reviews Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

Poster image of Aquaman and the Lost Kindgom


From Howard Margolin: 

Last week, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom opened in theaters, bringing an end to the saga of the DC Extended Universe.

This week, the Destinies Film Review Team swims in for a live discussion of the movie.

Tune in Friday night, at 11:15 PM, and find out how the second outing for the King of Atlantis stacks up, not only against his first solo adventure, from 2018, but compared to the other three DC movies that were released this year.

Is there significant character development in this movie, and if so, for whom?

How does the story address the real-world issue of climate change, something no other comic book movie has addressed?

If this is Jason Momoa's last turn as Aquaman, might he make a better Lobo in the new DCU?

And, what is this movie worth on the Famous Destinies Zero to Nine Dollars Rating Scale?

Melting World 12/31/23

From Ed Roller: 
As 2023 closes, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Grateful Dead’s “Wake Of The Flood”, with three magnificent set segments during their most exploratory period from RFK Stadium 6/10/73, Nassau Coliseum 9/7/73 and McGaw Memorial Hall 11/1/73 this Saturday night at midnight (Sunday 12am)
We'll also explore American cosmic music from Bear’s archive with Gram Parsons and The Flying Burrito Bros live at Avalon Ballroom and early New Riders of the Purple Sage recorded live at Fillmore West 
Happy New Year from WUSB and Ed Roller’s Melting World. Long live Jerry Garcia and Gram Parsons!

Destinies Promo for 12/22/23 (Destinies presents the Justice League-part 2)

From Howard Margolin:

This week, Destinies salutes the release of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and the conclusion to the saga of the DC Extended Universe, by taking you back to when the Justice League's cinematic future was still promising.

Tune in Friday night, and travel back to Ace Comic Con Long Island, on December 10th, 2017, for part two of a panel with the cast of Justice League.

In front of a capacity crowd at the Nassau Coliseum, Jason Momoa, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, and Ray Fisher discuss their feelings about a potential team-up or battle with Marvel's Avengers, what they wanted to bring to their portrayals of the iconic DC heroes and how they wanted to develop them in future films, and their feelings about meeting the fans, especially children.

Plus, Patrick Thomas' "Dear Cthulhu" answers a letter from a young man who is too traumatized to drive a car.

Friday, December 22nd, at 11:30 PM.

Hosted by Howard Margolin with Patrick Thomas.

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