Arts & Ideas Archives

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Jay Allison, host and Executive Producer.
Viki Merrick, producer.
Atlantic Public Media
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Our past shows:

May 9, 2010

7PM: Inside the Adoption Circle: First person stories from all sides of adoption
8PM: Radiolab 704: Famous Tumors - tales of evolution, immortality and even...maybe...God?
9PM: Getting Out: stories of staying safe outside school - from Hearing Voices
10PM: Danger to Self from Snap Judgement: decisions that change everything:

May 2, 2010

7PM: Great stories to remind you why you pledge to WCAI!(Finding Miles + Kidnap Radio)
8PM: Working with Studs - an appreciation of the late Studs Terkel from our own Sydney Lew is who worked with him for years
9PM: Radiolab 703: Limits - how much can we jam into the human brain?
10PM: Renewable Energy Technology - and the creative minds behind it

April 25, 2010

7PM: Five Farms: Who plants, nurtures and harvests our food? Stories of American Farm Fami lies- this week: Succession
8PM: Radiolab 702: Lucy the chimp - when humans try to live with chimps
9PM: The Great Textbook War-the cultural controversy from 1974 over new books teaching chi ldren to quesyion authority
10PM: Musicians Minds from Hearing Voices

April 18, 2010

7PM: Five Farms: Who plants, nurtures and harvests our food? Stories of American Farm Fami lies- this week: Harvest
8PM: Radiolab 701: Animal Minds - what are your pets thinking?
9PM: Shifting Gears: voices from the new frontier of the auto industry - from Dtroit Publi c Radio - Part Two
10PM: Memory Book: stories of marking time from Hearing Voices

April 11, 2010

7PM: Five Farms: Who plants, nurtures and harvests our food? Stories of American Farm Fami lies- this week: Stewardship
8PM: The Painful Craft: Christopher Lydon talking poetry with Franz Wright
9PM: Shifting Gears: voices from the new frontier of the auto industry - from Dtroit Publi c Radio
10PM: Barks, Bites, Best Friends: dog stories from Hearing Voices

April 4, 2010

7PM: Five Farms: Who plants, nurtures and harvests our food? Stories of American Farm Fami lies- a five-part series
8PM: Yemen- the poorest Arab nation - a bulging youth population and a sagging economy - a closer look from America Abroad
9PM: Fresh Greens: Teens and the Environment: A one hour special produced by youth radio g roups across the country
10PM: Scene of the Crime: stories of victims, cops and criminals from Hearing Voices
March 28, 2010

7PM: Five Farms: Stories of American Farm Families
8PM: Intelligence Squared US Debate: Don't Blame Teachers' Unions for our Failing Schools< br> 9PM: The State We're In: The Art of Smuggling: museum looting during war
10PM: Prison: Stories from Behind Bars from Hearing Voices

March 21, 2010

7PM: WHER 1000 Beautiful Watts: the first all girl radio station - from Hearing Voices
8PM: Stories Make the World: Jewish tradition
9PM: Vandana Shiva - physicist and activist on Shikti: feminine power for change
10PM: Dolly Parton - the life and the music

March 14, 2010
7PM: America Abroad: The Carbon Conundrum
8PM: Finding our Bootstraps: Dealing with the Recession
9PM: St. Patricios: Irish Soldiers in the Mexican War(The Chieftains with Ry Cooder)
10PM: This is Insanity - Disturbed Mental States from Hearing Voices

March 7, 2010
7PM: Bioneers: Women Reimagining Life on Earth
8PM: A Way With Words: Spendthrift Snollygoster
9PM: No Brother of Mine: an unflinching look at sex offender policy
10PM: Valleys of Neptune: Jimi Hendrix tribute

February 28, 2010
7PM: Backstory: Black and White: The Idea of Racial Purity
8PM: Debate: America should Step Back from its Special Relationship with Israel
9PM: AIDS: The Politics of Prevention
10PM: All Happy Families: stories of love and loss from Hearing Voices

February 21, 2010
7PM: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln
8PM: Debate: California is the First Failed State
9PM: The Really Big Questions: How Do Emotions Shape Our World View?
10PM: Sledding, Gliding and Speed: Stories of Snow and Ice from Hearing Voices

February 14, 2010
7PM: It's the Science, Cupid ! The Chemistry of Love
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land VI: Depending on Nature
9PM: The Really Big Questions: Religion: Why do we believe?
10PM: A House of Blues Valentine

February 7, 2010
7PM: Snap Judgment: The Decisions that Change Everything: Magic Doors (re-broadcast)
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land V: Dreams of Paradise
9PM: The Really Big Questions: What is Consciousness?
10PM: Truckin' The Blues Away- Four seasoned bluesmen from the south

January 31, 2010
7PM: Black, Gay and Quaker: Beyard Rustin - the man behind Martin Luther King Jr.
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land IV: Nature is Homeground
9PM: The Really Big Questions: How Do We Face Mortality
10PM: House of Blues special on the Grammy's blues nominees

January 24, 2010
7PM: Snap Judgment: The Decisions that Change Everything: Magic Doors
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land III: Journeys Home and Away
9PM: The Really Big Questions: How do Emotions Affect Society?
10PM: NPR Jazz profiles: Doc Cheatham - an articulate trumpet

January 17, 2010
7PM: Snap Judgment: The Decisions that Change Everything: Somet hing Ain't Right
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land II: The Nature of Imagination
9PM: Backstory: Partisanship and the Press - from the American History Guys
10PM: Dear Martin: a jazz tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

January 10, 2010
7PM: Snap Judgement: The Decisions that Change Everything: Warning Signs
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land I: Portraits in Landscape
9PM: Alternative Radio: Howard Zinn: Three Holy Wars
10PM: House of Blues pays tribute to Taj Mahal

January 3, 2010
7PM: Divorced Kid: growing up during the divorce revolution of t he 70's
8PM: Global Water Challenge: ingenious feats of engineering in the hunt for water
9PM: Debate: The U.S. is to blame for Mexico's drug war
10PM: Simon and Garfunkel - 1969 Live

December 27, 2009
7PM: Capitol Steps - Politics takes a holiday - roasting 2009
8PM: Naughty and Nice: a history of Christmas - from a rowdy festival to the child-centere d holiday it is today
9PM: To Warm a Winter's Night - the holiday explained through music
10PM: Workplace U: turning workplaces into classrooms

December 20, 2009
7PM: State of Marriage - a decade of changes in marriage right s for same-sex couples
8PM: Looking for Work: a history of unemployment
9PM: Intelligence Squared U.S. debates: universal health care should be the federal govern ment's responsibility
10PM: Christopher Lydon with jazz immortal Dave McKenna

December 13, 2009
7PM: Intelligence Squared U.S.debates: Obama's Economic Polici es are Working Effectively
8PM: NPR's Jazz Profiles: Jimmy Smith
9PM: Early Lessons - what helps kids succeed - American Radioworks
10PM: A Slight Deiscomfort: The Prostate Diaries

December 6, 2009
7PM: Heat of the Moment: on the front lines of climate change 8PM: Christopher Lydon in conversation about religiou with james Carroll
9PM: Arrested Development: America Abroad looks at the U.S. development progress in Ethiop ia and Afghanistan
10PM: On a Turquoise Cloud - Duke Ellington- composing after WWII

November 29, 2 009

7PM: The Gift of Thanks: anthropology and mythology of everyday life
8 - 9PM: Third Coast Audio festival: showcasing the winning documentaries and interviews w ith producers - a 2 hour special
10PM: U.S. Slavery until WWII - Douglas Blackmon in conversation with Christopher Lydon

November 22, 2009
7PM: Autism: the grit and brilliance of Temple Grandin
8PM: How Moby Dick explains Barack Obama: Dartmouth scholar Donald Pease in conversation w ith Christopher Lydon
9PM: DEBATE: Good riddance to mainstream media
10PM: By Force of Talent: bassist Oscar Pettiford - an NPR Jazz profile

November 15, 2009
7PM: Coming Home - A history of returning U.S. Veterans
8PM: Mongrelization of language and identity: Author Pico Iyer with Chris Lydon
9PM: A Way With Words - Zig-Zag and Shilly-Shally
10PM: The House of Blues pays tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughn

November 8, 2009
7PM: Enthusiastic fundraising with Radio Lab !
8PM: What We Read - Literary critic Harold Bloom with Chris Lydon
9PM: Taking on the Taliban - America Abroad
10PM: Bonnie Raitt's 60th at the House of Blues

November 1, 2009
7PM: War of the Worlds: Radio Lab looks at the power of Mass Media to create panic
8PM: Michael Pollan: In Defense of Food
9PM: Robots for Real - saving lives and doing chores
10PM: The Promised Land: Majora Carter in conversation with Wyclef Jean

October 25, 2009
7PM: Chris Hedges: Empire of Illusion
8PM: Mind the Gap: Why good schools are failing black students
9PM: NPR Debate: America cannot and will not succeed in Afghanistan and Pakistan
10P M:
Epitaph: selections from the late Charles Mingus' jazz symphony

October 18, 2009
7PM: The Trouble with Black Boys: the stubborn link between race and poverty
8PM: Cultural Resurgance in Kodiak Alaska: Return of The Alutiiq Masks
9PM: A Way with Words: X,Y and Zed
10PM:
Los Lobos - Redefined

October 11, 2009
7PM: The Life Stories Collection: stories linked to memory
8PM: Intelligence Squared Debate: Will Buy American/Hire American Policies backfire?
9PM: America Abroad: From NAFTA to Narcotics: the cross border economy
10PM:
NPR Jazz Profile - bluesman Hootie McShann

October 4, 2009
7PM: Radio Lab: Numbers - can we live without them?
8PM: Friendship: 5 stories from the Life Stories Collection
9PM: A History of Public Education - from the American History Guys
10PM:
The Enigma of Existence and...the Economy

September 27, 2009
7PM: Radio Lab: The New Normal - stories of adaptation
8PM: Women at Work from the Life Stories Collection
9PM: Debate: Is it Wrong to Pay for Sex?
10PM: NPR Jazz ProfileJazz singer: Anita O'Day

September 20, 2009
7PM: Radio Lab: Parasites: Awesome or Evil?
8PM: Women and Children First from the Life Stories Collection
9PM: America Abroad: The First Freedom
10PM: NPR Jazz Profile: Trombonist Al Grey

September 13, 2009
7PM: Radio Lab: After Life: Speculating on "the beyond"
8PM: Sons and Brothers: 4 Stories of Men and Family from the Life Stories Collection
9PM: Looking at Shakespeare's leaders and politics after 9/11
930PM: A shortcut to 9/11: remembering the past - wondering about the future
10PM: Work in Progress: Looking at green jobs in America

September 6, 2009
7PM: Radio Lab: When Lightning Strikes Twice
8PM: Educating Esme: radio diary of a 1st year elementary school teacher
9PM: Music and Evolution: In the Key of DNA
10PM: Engineers of the New Millenium

August 30, 2009
7PM: The Moth V: Old-fashioned storytelling on modern topics
8PM: Hearing Voices: Pen to Paper: Charles Bowden & Isak Dinesen
9PM: Music and the Brain: wired for sound
10PM: The Ultimate Timekeeper: Bassist Milt Hinton

August 23, 2009
7PM: The Moth: Old fashion storytelling on modern topics
8PM: Hearing Voices: A Voice in the Night II - Jean Shepherd
9PM: Music and Spirituality: how does music unite the faithful?
10PM: Ralph Nader on Health Care

August 16, 2009
7PM: The Moth: Old fashion storytelling on modern topics
8PM: Hearing Voices: A Voice in the Night - Jean Shepherd
9PM: Music and Identity: a sense of you, me, us and them
10PM: Bill McKibben on climate

August 9, 2009
7PM: The Moth: Old fashion storytelling on modern topics
8PM: Hearing Voices: The Desert Air: stories from the dry hot country
9PM: Music and Emotion: how can music make us feel?
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles The Empress of the Blues: singer Bessie Smith

August 2, 2009
7PM: True stories told live: The Moth
8PM: Hearing Voices: The Old Country: searching back home
9PM: The Pipe, the Drum and the Thunder Run: Music and War
10PM: Artie Shaw - immaculate technique, unmistakeable sound

July 25, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Rodeo Riders and Western Symphonies
8PM: In the Key of DNA: why did music evolve in the first place?
9PM: From Whales to Wind: the backstory on Energy from the American History Guys
10PM: Savannah Music Festival: Bela Fleck - Part II

July 19, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: To the Moon and Back: stories from outer space
8PM: Conservation Crisis: the backstory from the American History Guys
9PM: The Price of Rice: Vietnam in the global market
10PM: Savannah Music Festival: Bela Fleck

July 12, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: No Place Like Home
8PM: Diplomacy Under Fire - America Abroad
9PM: Road Games and other oddities- from A Way with Words
10PM: A History of Drink - from the American History Guys

July 5, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Abe Lincoln, Independence day and Civil Rights
8PM: Hot dogs? Mattress sales? Fireworks? The Backstory on 4th of July
9PM: Back to the Garden: A 2 hr special on the Woodstock Music Festival

June 2 8, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Bugs and Birds and the folks that record them
8PM: From Cages to Conservation: American Zoos
9PM: The Father of Gay Rights, Frank Kameny, in conversation
10PM: 1959 Landmark Jazz Albums: Mingus, Brubeck & Davis

June 21, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Sons & Daughters talking about Fathers
8PM: American Radio Works: Hard Times in Middletown
9PM: Fathers as Activists: Martin Sheen in conversation
10PM: Bring it on Home: the life and music of Sam Cooke

June 14, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Educating Esme - a teacher's audio journal
8PM: CBC's "Outfront" - 4 stories of love and despair: a many splendored thing
9PM: FDR's Legacy: A Bridge to Somewhere
10PM: The Sound of Young America- independent spirits and cutting edge

June 7, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Getting Out: Stories from an African American Teen
8PM: CBC's "Outfront" - 4 stories about the Great Outdoors
9PM: Interrogating Torture from America Abroad
10PM: The Sound of Young America- independent spirits and cutting edge

May 31, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Traveler's Tales: Road Trip
8PM: CBC's "Outfront" 5 stories about Obsession
9PM: Creating the New American Dream - American Radioworks
10PM: The Sound of Young America- independent spirits and cutting edge

May 24, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: War Memorial: Return to Vietnam
8PM: CBC's "Outfront" 4 stories about living in a small town
9PM: The Peace Message in Star Trek
10PM: The Sound of Young America- live at Portland OR's comedy festival

May 17, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Fans and Bands
8PM: CBC's "Outfront" 4 stories of humans and animals
9PM: India Rising: struggling to become a superpower
10PM: The Sound of Young America

May 10, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Motherly Love: Stories of Moms young and old
8PM: CBC's "Outfront" 4 stories of parents and children
9PM: America Abroad: Exiting Iraq - the long road out of Bagdad
10PM: The Sound of Young America

May 3, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Stories from the high Himalaya
8PM: The Protest Singer: An intimate portrait of Pete Seeger:
9PM: Independent Minds: Grey Gardens - Big and Little Edie Beale
10PM: The Sound of Young America: guest Eleni Mendell

April 26, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: About Aging with David Greenberger
8PM: Against the Odds IV: Nerds in the Hood
9PM: America Abroad: Judging the International Criminal Court
10PM: Glenn Gould - the impact of his Bach recordings on the modern piano

Apr il 19, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: An hour of Earth- stories of outdoor adventure
8PM: Against the Odds III: Breaking the Bonds of Tradition: Racism in India
9PM: The Promised Land: Earth Day Special- Majora Carter & Robert Redford on activism
10PM: The Sound of Young America with Jesse Thorn: crash course in media literacy
April 12, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Comedy with a Beat
8PM: Confronting the Warpland: Chicago's Black Poets
9PM: Against the Odds II: stories of surviving foster care
10PM: Discovering Hildegard: Medieval Abbess, composer and mystic

April 5, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Wordshakers: Poetry, Grit, Glory, Verve
8PM: Passover Dreams: humor, history and theatre
9PM: Against the Odds I: stories of people facing tremendous obstacles...and sometimes ove rcoming them
10PM: South by Southwest Music Festival from KUT Texas

March 29, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Food Fight: stories about the food we eat
8PM: A Way with Words: origins of strange words and expressions
9PM: Live Wire Radio: Variety for the ear - Vaudeville for the mind
10PM: Malaga Island: A Story Better Left Untold...1912 eviction

March 22, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Ranchers: Stories of Life, Death, Land and Livestock
8PM: NPR's Intelligence Squred Debate: the arts market is less ethical than the stock mark et
9PM:Live Wire Radio: Variety for the ear - Vaudeville for the mind
10PM:The Final Curtain - jam band Phish and its farewll festival after 20 years

March 15, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Visiting Hours: stories from patients and families
8PM: Alix Olsen- champion slam poet and activist
8:30PM: Irish Poet Seamus Heaney - Bogging In Again
9PM: Brainstorm: stories of survivors of brain injury
10PM: Live Wire Radio: Variety for the ear - Vaudeville for the mind

March 8, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Street Map: portraits of the people next door
8PM: America Abroad: Responsibility to Protect - Can the UN do it?
9PM: Thoughtcast: 3 Big Thinkers: Intellectual, Theologist and Philosopher
10PM: Live Wire Radio: Old School Variety with a Moder Twist

March 1, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Circus Blood - stories from the big top
8PM: The Vanishing Middle Class - what happened to the American dream?
9PM: Roy Orbison- The Soul of Rock and Roll
10PM: Live Wire Radio: Variety for the ear - Vaudeville for the mind

February 24, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Dog Tales - from the Canine Community
8PM: Human Rights Defenders Across the Globe - Radio Netherlands
9PM: The Blind Boys of Alabama live in concert
10PM:Live Wire Radio: Variety for the ear - Vaudeville for the mind

February 15, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Love's Labours
8PM: Terror, Tribes and the Taliban - America Abroad
9PM: Kind of Blue: Miles Davis
10PM: Live Wire Radio: Variety for the ear - Vaudeville for the mind

February 8, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Palestinian Dreaming: Arabs and Jews in the Holy Land
8PM: Can Do Stories: Black visionaries, seekers and entrepreneurs
9PM: Debate: George W. Bush is the worst president in the last 50 years
10PM:The Beatles White Album Listening Party - Part Three

February 2, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Juarez, Mexico: a city on the edge
8PM: Powershift: Is America's Power in Decline ? - America Abroad
9PM: Debate: Major Reductions in Carbon Emissions Are Not Worth the Money
10PM:The Beatles White Album Listening Party - Part Two of Three

January 25, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Snow and Ice: winter weather advisory
8PM: The Promised Land: a different look at Dr. Martin Luther King's influence
9PM: Moniker for My Monitor- A Way with Words looks at pet names
10PM:The Beatles White Album Listening Party - Part One of Three

January 18, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: All Happy Families (facing adversity)
8PM: Barack Obama- journey to the White House in words and music
9PM: Artists of Mixed Race in Conversation
10PM:Live Wire Radio: variety for the ear - vaudville for the mind

January 11, 2009
7PM: Explaining America: America Abroad explores US diplomacy
8PM: Johnny Cash inside Folsom Prison 1968
9PM: Thoughtcast: historian Naill Ferguson & NY review of Books editor Robert Silvers
10PM:Live Wire Radio: variety for the ear - vaudville for the mind

January 4, 2009
7PM: Hearing Voices: Memory Book
8PM: Shortcut through 2008 - sounds, music, historic events
9PM: 2 hr Live Wire Radio: variety for the ear - vaudville for the mind: Wordstock Specia l with guests John Hodgeman, Linda Barry, Jay Allison and others

December 28, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Riding The Rails - from Hearing Voices
8PM: Flight of Fancy - butterfly migration in danger
9PM: Aine Minogue - Irish harpist and singer of Wellfleet
10PM: Live Wire Radio: variety for the ear - vaudville for the mind

December 21, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Yes to God: Sound portraits of Mary and Trappist monk Thomas Merton 8PM: Radiolab: Yellow Fluff and other oddities
9PM: Alternative Radio: Studs Terkel: Which Side Are You On? Part II
10PM: Live Wire Radio: variety for the ear - vaudville for the mind

December 14, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Christmas Mash up - Holiday Stories
8PM: Radiolab: Diagnosis
9PM: Alternative Radio: Studs Terkel: Which Side Are You On?
10PM: Live Wire Radio: variety for the ear - vaudville for the mind

December 7, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Voodoo and Angels - stories from the Spirit World
8PM: Radiolab- Race doesn't exist...or does it?
9PM: Alternative Radio: Howard Zinn on War and Civil Disobedience
10PM: Live Wire Radio: variety for the ear - vaudville for the mind

November 30, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: AIDS Awareness - stories of a plague
8PM: Thanksgiving - The Back story from the History Guys
9PM: Third Coast International Audio Festival - the winning pieces with interviews from their producers (2 hrs)

November 23, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: A Thanksgiving Audio Feast
8PM: Radio Lab: 502 Sperm: Why So Many?
9PM: AIDS in Jamaica - from the Pulitzer Center
10PM: Carlos Santana: A multi-dimensional warrior

November 16, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Prison: Life Behind Bars
8PM: Radio Lab: 501 Choice
9PM: Pipeline Politics from America Abroad
10PM: Roy Orbison and Friends: Black and White Night

November 9, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Paintbrush-portraits of Picasso and Kahlo
8PM: Debate: Guns Reduce Crime
9PM: What Killed Sergeant Gray? - American Radioworks
10PM: The Nina Simone Story

November 2, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: 1968 The Summer of Hate
8PM: Winning the Peace: rebuilding from the ashes of conflict (America Abroad)
9PM: Studs Terkel (RIP) in conversation with our own Sydney Lewis
10PM: American Radioworks: After "The Projects" Come Down

October 26, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: To War: moving from one conflict to another
8PM: Our Time: Teens Talk Politics
9PM: American Radioworks: The Watershed Election of '68
10PM: Tapestry of the Times: Smithsonian Folkways Archive IV

October 19, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Political People: Looking for Jefferson
8PM: DEBATE: America is Finally Winning the War in Iraq
9PM: A Way with Words: English Down Under
10PM: Tapestry of the Times: Smithsonian Folkways Archive IV

October 12, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Soapbox- 20th Centruy political speech
8PM: DEBATE: Should Universal Healthcare Be the Federal Government's Responsibility?
9PM: A Way with Words: Proverbs: Big Truths in Small Spaces
10PM: Tapestry of the Times: Smithsonian Folkways Archive III

October 5, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: The Susan Stamberg Files
8PM: Pueblo USA - immigration as boon and burden from American Radioworks
9PM: A Way with Words: Moonbats and Wingnuts: Political Slang and other word oddities?
10PM: Tapestry of the Times: Smithsonian Folkways Archive II

September 28, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Jobs We Love, Jobs We Hate
8PM: America Abroad: The American President: 5 Secretaries of State in Conversation
9PM: A Way with Words: Will Texting be the death of English?
10PM: Tapestry of the Times: Smithsonian Folkways Archive I

September 21, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Old School: stories from inside the classroom
8PM: Battleground Lebanon- The Historic Struggles
9PM: The Moth: True Stories Told Live by Extraordinary People
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Tommy Flanagan

September 14, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: VOX POP - people on the street across America Post 911
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land: Depending on Nature
9PM: In the Clutches of Fear: he changes that never happened post 911
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Red Norvo

September 7, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Poland: A Ghost Story
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land: Dreams of Paradise
9PM: A Way with Words: 10$ Word Stumpers
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Hoagy Carmichael

August 31, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Prime Candidates: Portraits of Past Hopefuls
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land: Nature is Homeground
9PM: Working the Night Shift: managing family and sleep
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Betty Carter

August 24, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: HEAT: lazy crazy days of summer
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land: Journeys Home and Away
9PM: America Abroad: Global Politics of Climate Change
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Jimmie Witherspoon

August 17, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Caregiver: Taking Care, Taking Heart
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land: The Nature of Imagination
9PM: WNYC Radio Rookies, live in our studio at WCAI
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Zoot Simms

August 10, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: This Is Insanity: Disturbed Mental States
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land: Portraits in Landscape
9PM: Aboriginal Australians: The Stolen Generation
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Charles Mingus II: A ferocious burst of energy

August 3, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Mushroom Cloud: Tales of the Atomic Age
8PM: Perceptions Shattered: African American Masculinity
9PM: James Beard: The Man Behind The Apron
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Charles Mingus part I

July 27, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Tony Schwartz: The Sound of Life
8PM: Nelson Mandela: An Audio History
9PM: A Way with Words: Paper or Pixels?
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Harry "Sweets" Edison

July 20, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: The Old Country- Stories of the Homeland
8PM: America Abroad: The Politics of The Olympics
9PM: A Way with Words: Word Encounters of the First Kind
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Sarah Vaughn

July 13, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Life on The Mississippi- Stories of the River Towns
8PM: A Way with Words: Political Slang in an Election Year
9PM: Alternative Radio: Peak Oil: Richard Heinberg
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Melba Liston

July 6, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Stars & Bars - stories for the 4th
8PM: Chris Lydon on Audio Pioneer Tony Schwartz: For the Next Generation
9PM: A Way With Words: Uncommon Commentary
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Bessie Smith

June 29, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Shift in Time and Towns
8PM: HEAT with George Carlin & John Hockenberry
9PM: Outright Radio- Stories from the Gay Community
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: John Coltrane II

June 15, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Father Figures
8PM: Political Asylum in an Age of Terrorism
9PM: Debate: We should accept perfomance enhancing drugs in competitive sports
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Count Basie: The Man & His Music III

June 8, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Fans and Bands
8PM: A Way with Words: Dying Tongues
9PM: America Abroad: Integrating Islam
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Count Basie: The Man & His Music II

June 1, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Crossing Borders
8PM: A Way with Words: Olde English
9PM: American Forum: Islam & the Media
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Count Basie: The Man & His Music I

May 25, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: For The Fallen
8PM: U.S. Debate: We should legalize the market for human organs
9PM: Picking Up The Pieces: Healing the wounded home from war
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Pianist Bill Evans

May 18, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Roadtrip stories
8PM: Ing "Doc" Hay - Asian herbalist in the American Frontier
9PM: The Doctor Can't See You Now: changes in health care
10PM: Jazz Profiles Nat King Cole: The Singer

May 11, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: All MOM radio
8PM: The Power of the Vatican - America Abroad
9PM: The Infinite Mind: Rewiring the Brain
10PM: Jazz Profiles Nat King Cole: The Pianist

May 4, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: Backroads of America
8PM: Intelligence Squared Debate: Islam Is Dominated By Radicals
9PM: Honoring Willie Nelson's 75 years
10PM: Leaving the Gay Ghettos from Outright Radio

April 27, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: About Aging with David Greenberger
8PM: The Modern Nuclear Marketplace - American Radioworks
9PM: Against the Odds: stories of overcoming diversity
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Jazz in Song: the singing instrumentalists

April 20, 2008
7PM: Hearing Voices: The Earth Sings
8PM: Gangster Confidential - American Radioworks
9PM: Intelligence Squared US debate: Should America Be the World's Policeman?
10PM: NPR Jazz Profiles: Jazz in Song

April 13, 2008
7PM: Saving the Sierra: 3 stories of the fight against urban threat
8PM: Martin Luther King jr's Last March
9PM: Life Distilled: four decades of Poet Laureates
10PM: Jazz Profiles: Cab Calloway

April 6, 2008

7PM: Radio Dial- Radio Stories about Radio from Hearing Voices
8PM: Meltdown: A survey of the world's icy regions
9PM: Say Goodbye to Jack Kerouac: an audio drama
10PM: Jazz Profiles: Sun Ra

March 30, 2008
7PM: Comedy with a Beat- from Hearing Voices
8PM: "Wanted: Parents" - adopting teenagers (American Radioworks)
9PM: Debate: Tough Interrogation Tactics are Necessary - Intelligence Squared U.S.
10PM: Jazz Profiles: Thelonious Monk

March 23, 2008
7PM: Stories from the Outdoors - from Hearing Voices
8PM: Singing in Church: what and why we sing to praise and vent
9PM: Only in America: 350 yrs of the Jewish American Experience IV
10PM: Communication Breakdown: public diplomacy after 911

March 16, 2008
7PM: Visiting Hours: Stories from the Hospital- from Hearing Voices
8PM: American Radioworks: Green Rush
9PM: Only in America: 350 yrs of the Jewish American Experience V
10PM: Thoughtcast: Ethics and Morality: Anthony Appiah and Marc Hauser

March 9, 2008
7PM: Her Stories: by,for and about women - from Hearing Voices
8PM: Radio Lab: Ear Worms
9PM: Only in America: 350 yrs of the Jewish American Experience IV
10PM: America Abroad: Cuba after Fidel

March 2, 2008
7PM: Street Map: The People Next Door- from Hearing Voices
8PM: Radio Lab: Biotechnology - When We Play with Life
9PM: Only in America: 350 yrs of the Jewish American Experience III
10PM: Thoughtcast: Author Natalie Goldberg & Physicist Alan Lightman

February 23, 2008
7PM: The Sound of Young America: cutting edge comedy and culture with Jesse Thorn and guests Kenna and Dan Deacon
8PM: Radio Lab: War of the Worlds
9PM: Only in America: 350 yrs of the Jewish American Experience II
10PM: Philadelphia soul Hall of Famers: Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff

February 17, 2008
7PM: The Sound of Young America: cutting edge comedy and culture with Jesse Thorn and guests Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich
8PM: Radio Lab: Deception: the lies we tell ourselves
9PM: Only in America: 350 yrs of the Jewish American Experience I
10PM: Alternative Radio: Dr. Martin Luther King: Beyond Viet Nam

February 10, 2008
7PM: The Sound of Young America: cutting edge comedy and culture with Jesse Thorn and guests Danny Hock, Merlin Mann, Zach Rogue and Bucky Sinister
8PM: Radio Lab: Laughter - what it is and why we do it
9PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land 6: Depending on Nature
10PM: Civil Rights Jazz- music created for the struggle for equality

February 3, 2008
7PM: The Sound of Young America: cutting edge comedy and culture with Jesse Thorn and guests Jeffrey Blitz & Kasper Hauser
8PM: America Abroad: An Inconvenient Marriage: The US & The UN
9PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land 5: Dreams of Paradise
10PM: Max Roach Special - from the Jim Crow South to Modern Jazz

January 27, 2008
7PM: The Sound of Young America: cutting edge comedy and culture with Jesse Thorn and guests Dr. Oliver Wang & Swamp Dogg
8PM: Shades of Gray: The History of Abortion in America
9PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land IV: Nature as Homeground
10PM: State of RE-Union from host Al Letson- a Public Radio Talent Quest winner

January 20, 2008
7PM: The Sound of Young America: cutting edge comedy and culture with Jesse Thorn and guests Eric Lax & Les Savvy Fav
8PM: 2007 - A retrospecitve in collage
9PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land III: Journeys Home and Away
10PM: Snap Judgement: Life changing stories from host Glynn Washington- a Public Radio Talent Quest winner

January 13, 2008
7PM: The Sound of Young America: cutting edge comedy and culture with Jesse Thorn and guests from The Wire: Andre Royo & Wendell Pierce
8PM: The DNA Files: What's different about climate change today? host John Hockenberry lookes at Evolution in Action
9PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land II: The Nature of Imagination
10PM: Curiosity Aroused: A Skeptical Perspective from host Rebecca Watson - a Public Radio Talent Quest winner

January 6, 2008
7PM: The Sound of Young America: cutting edge comedy and culture with Jesse Thorn and guest Ira Glass
8PM: The DNA Files: Beyond Human: What do Microbes and Humans have in Common? host John Hockenberry
9PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land: Portraits in Landscapes
10PM: The Soul of Chaka Khan

December 30, 2007
7PM: The Sound of Young America: cutting edge comedy and culture with Jesse Thorn
8PM: The DNA Files: host John Hockenberry explores the effects of environment on the genome: Rewriting Heredity
9PM: Watch Night: a spiritual vigil celebration of history, race and Emancipation
10PM: A New Year's Reflection: marking time from the British Isles to Native America

December 23, 2007
7PM: The Sound of Young America: Jesse Thorn with a holiday special
8PM: The DNA Files: host John Hockenberry explores food in a Biotech Age
9PM: A Ghost Story for Christmas: Mining the dark veins of the Dickens classic
10PM: Music and Poetry from America's open range

December 16, 2007
7PM: The Sound of Young America: Jesse Thorn with three Comedians
8PM: The DNA Files: Minding the Brain, with John Hockenberry
9PM: NPR Jazz Profile: Duke Ellington: The Bandleader II
10PM: Intelligence Squared Debate series: Russia is Becoming Our Enemy Again

December 9, 2007
7PM: The Sound of Young America: Jesse Thorn with guests Steve Albini & Hannibal Burres
8PM: America Abroad: U.S. and Turkey at a Crossroad
9PM: NPR Jazz Profile: Duke Ellington: The Bandleader I
10PM: Alternative Radio: Michael pollan: The Cornification of Food

December 2, 2007
7PM: The Sound of Young America: Jesse Thorn with guests Simon Rich and Nick Hornby
8PM: AIDS Up Close: A World View Report
9PM: NPR Jazz Profile: Duke Ellington: An Overview II
10PM: Alternative Radio: Dilip Hiro - Oil: Blood of the Earth

November 25, 2007
7PM: Third Coast International Audio Festival: award winning documentaries (2hrs)
9PM: Duke Ellington: NPR's 4-part Jazz Profile: An Overview I
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

November 18, 2007
7PM: The History of This I Believe
8PM: Norman Mailer with Christopher Lydon: The Long View
9PM: Jimi Hendrix: From Sideman to Icon
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

November 11, 2007
7PM: World War I Living History Project hosted by Walter Cronkite: Causes and Consequences
8PM: World War I Living History Project: The U.S. at War
9PM: Frank Sinatra: A Voice in Time
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

November 4, 2007
7PM: Code of the Wild: DNA & Applied Ecology
8PM: The Emergence of Joni Mitchell- a two hour special
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

October 28, 2007
7PM: Bob Dylan-IV (of IV): Oh Mercy - hosted by Patti Smith
8PM: An Hour of Horror from Hearing Voices
9PM: America Abroad: The Struggle to Spread Democracy
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

October 21, 2007
7PM: Bob Dylan-III (of IV): Shelter from the Storm - hosted by Patti Smith
8PM: Intelligence Squared Debate: Let's Stop Welcoming Undocumentated Immigrants
9PM: Quirks and Quarks: Hot Air: political rhetoric obscures the atmosphere
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

October 14, 2007
7PM: Bob Dylan-II (of IV): Like a Rollin' Stone - hosted by Patti Smith
8PM: Lost and Found at the Border
9PM: The Moth: Live storytelling in NYC
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

October 7, 2007
7PM: Bob Dylan-I (of IV): Blowin' in the Wind - hosted by Patti Smith
8PM: America Abroad: Global Development and The World Bank
9PM: Alternative Radio: Double Standards: US Middle East Policy
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

September 30, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab 305: Mortality Hosted by Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: New Letters on the AIR: Hip-hop artist Tomas Riley & Children's author Gary Soto
9PM: Intelligence Squared US: Is Spreading Democracy in the Middle East a Bad Idea?
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

September 23, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab 304: Memory & Forgetting Hosted by Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: The War: the making of Ken Burns' PBS Special.
9PM: 90 Millas: Gloria Estefan - Cuba's musical diaspora
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

September 16, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab 303: Zoos & The Human Need to be Close to Wildness - Hosted by Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8-10PM: Luciano Pavarotti: a 2 hour special honoring the late great tenor.
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

September 9, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab 302: Sleep: Why do we? Hosted by Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: Thoughtcast: interviews with Alex Vilenkin and Jay Allison
9PM: Last of a Breed: Willie Nelson, Ray Price and Merle Haggard live concert
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

September 2, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab: 205: Placebo - Hosted by Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: Various Stories about Work
8:30PM: Selected Shorts: recorded live at Welfleet Harbor Actors' Studio
9PM: Selected Shorts cont'd: recorded live at Welfleet Harbor Actors' Studio
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

August 26, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab: 205: Space Hosted by Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: The Emergence of Paul Simon I
9PM: The Emergence of Paul Simon II
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

August 20, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab: 204: Where Am I? Hosted by Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: Hidden Kitchens Texas - hosted by Willie Nelson
9PM: HEAT with John Hockenberry and guests Dr. John & Doc Pomus
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

August 12, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab: 203: Morality with Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: Heat with John Hockenberry & guest Louden Wainwright
9PM: Jeremy Scahill: Blackwater Mercenary Army
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

August 5, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab: 202: Musical Language with Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: After Oil: hosted by Barbara Boegave
9PM: Benny Goodman: Flyin' Home
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

July 29, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab: 201: Detective Stories with Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: Desert Air: Hearing Voices from the arid regions
9PM: Anjelique Kidjou
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

July 22, 2007
7PM: Stories to inspire a pledge
8PM: Radio Lab: 105: BEYOND TIME with Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
9PM: The Migration Project: Young immigrants searching for identity
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

July 15, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab: 104: The physics of TIME with Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: Stories from the Heart of the Land: a preview
9PM: Arlo Guthrie: In Times Like These
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

July 9, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab: 103: EMERGENCE: A leaderless world with Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: Bob Marley: The Background Story
9PM: HEAT: Families with John Hockenberry
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein

July 2, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab: 102: STRESS: Inside and Out with Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumrad
8PM: NPR's All Songs Considered: summer songs
9PM: Moby Dick: The Elusive American Icon
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC

June 25, 2007
7PM: Radio Lab - 101: WHO AM I? with Robert Krulwich & Jad Abumbrad
8PM: After Oil: with Barbara Bogaeve (make good broadcast)
9PM: The Traveling Wilburys Radio Special
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC

June 17, 2007
7PM: Father Figures: A Hearing Voices special for Father's Day
8PM: HEAT with John Hockenberry: with guest Mose Allison
9PM: After Oil: with Barbara Bogaeve
10PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC

June 10, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: HEAT with John Hockenberry: with guest George Carlin on language
9PM: Sly and The Family Stone - Family Affair
10PM: Writing the World: Great Authors on Great Books: IV Pulp Fiction

June 3, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: Outright Radio: From the Hearth of Gay America
9PM: Bruce Springsteen: Live in Dublin
10PM: Writing the World: Great Authors on Great Books: III- Kids Lit

May 28, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: For The Fallen: a Hearing Voices Memorial Day Special
9PM: Beyond Fear: America's role in an uncertain world
10PM: Writing the World: Great Authors on Great Books: II- Modern Classics May 20, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: WNYC's Radio Rookies live in WCAI's studio with Jay Allison
9PM: The Dalai Lama's address to Smith College graduates
10PM: Writing the World: Great Authors on Great Books: I

May 13, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: Outright Radio: Two Women outside the definition
830PM: Mothers, Migrants, Maids of Honor
9PM: Amazing Grace: Johnny Cash & his Gospel Music
10PM: The Sound of Young America: Wonder

May 6, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: Crossing Borders- Mexico to U.S.
9PM: Lang Lang: Dragon Songs
10PM: The Sound of Young America: Science Fiction

April 29, 2007
7PM: An Hour of inspiring radio to pledge by !
8PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
9PM: The Sound of Young America: Alternative Reality
10PM: Alternative Radio: Arundhati Roy

April 22, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: An Hour for Earth Day
9PM: The Sound of Young America: Science Fiction
10PM: Alternative Radio: Kurt Vonnegut in conversation

April 15, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: Shakespeare in American Life III: Shakespeare in American Politics
9PM: The Sound of Young America: Jonathans (Katz & Goldstein)
10PM: Alternative Radio: Bill McKibben: Deep Economy

April 8, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: Shakespeare in American Life II: Shakespeare in Performance
9PM: The Sound of Young America: interviews with comedians: Amy Sedaris
10PM: Hearing Voices: Wordshakers: Poetry Grits Glory Verve

April 1, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone Conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: Shakespeare in American Life
9PM: The Sound of Young America: Best Friends Jon Coulter and John Hodgeman
10PM: Walt Whitman: Song of Myself

March 25, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone conversations with Jonathan Goldstein (CBC)
8PM: Alternative Radio: Bill Moyers: Media Reform
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers:Schrager & Pearce
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Numbers

March 18, 2007
7PM: Wiretap: Strange Phone conversations with Jonathan Goldstein
8PM: The Partisans of Ali: History of Shia Faith
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers: Jet Blue
10PM: The Chieftains

March 11, 2007
7PM: Janis Ian in Conversation
730PM: Morning Stories II: Ordinary people's unforgettable moments
8PM: Birth Pains: A Cry for Women's Health Care
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers: Adam Gopnik & Jordan Kassalow
10PM: Leonard Cohen: A retrospective

March 4, 2007
7PM: Girl Detectives - 3 friends try to solve a friend's murder
730PM: Morning Stories: Ordinary people's unforgettable moments
8PM: Abused and Abandoned: Breaking the cycle of Female Violence
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers:Jim Rogers & Zade Dirani
10PM: Naom Chomsky: South America Rising

February 25, 2007
7PM: The Infinite Mind: Hypnosis
8PM: The Life and Times of George Washington
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers:Phiip Gourevitch & Reid Hoffman
10PM: Butterbeans & Susie: Black Vaudeville Cabaret

February 18, 2007
7PM: Doris Kearns Goodwin: A Team of Rivals
8PM: Martin Luther King: Beyond Viet Nam
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers: CNN & Oxygen Networks
10PM: Sam Cooke: Bring it on Home to Me
11PM: NB: On the Media will now air Sundays at 11pm

February 11, 2007
7PM: Chasing Love: Romance and Capitalism
8PM: The Life and Times of Zora Neal Hurston
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers: Albert Maysles
10PM: Valentine's Day Special: Love Songs from Around the Globe
11PM: NB: On the Media will now air Sundays at 11pm

February 4, 2007
7PM: Nursing a Shortage: Inside Out
8PM: Edge of the Rez II: Converging Cultures
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers: Kings Academy
10PM: Clarence Williams: an enigma of jazz and blues
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

January 28, 2007
7PM: The Infinite Mind
8PM: Edge of the Rez: converging cultures on the borders of Indian reservations
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers: Boston Scientific
10PM: Nina Simone: Young, gifted and black
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

January 21, 2007
7PM: The Infinite Mind: Synesthesia
8PM: For the Love of Learning
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers: Smart Water and Acumen Fund
10PM: Doctors Without Borders - A Documentary - (make-good broadcast)
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

January 15, 2007
7PM: Getting Raised: Teens on Parents
8PM: Miracles and Myths during the Martin Luther King era
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers: Peter Thum - Ethos Water
10PM: Doctors Without Borders - A Documentary
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

December 31, 2006
7PM: Families of War
8PM: Poet Seamus Heaney: Bogging In Again
830PM: New Letters on the Air: Salman Rushdie
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial Pioneers: Jim Koch: Boston Beer
10PM: In Search of James Brown: An Appreciation
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

December 24, 2006
7PM: The Unseen World of Islam : Yearning for Peace in the Middle East
8PM: Dare to Forgive: Dr. Ned Hallowell
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers:The Art World
10PM: Cool Yule: New Music for Christmas
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

December 17, 2006
7PM: The Unseen World of Islam : In the Footsteps of Abraham
8PM: The One Room School House in the 21st Century
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers:The Art World
10PM: The Indigo Girls: Interviews and Concerts
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

December 10, 2006
7PM: The Unseen World of Islam : Voices of Youth: Muslim and Western Culture
8PM: The One Room School House in the 21st Century
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers:South Beach Diet & Bikram Yog
10PM: The Sound of Young America: Holiday Special
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

December 3, 2006
7PM: The Unseen World of Islam I
8PM: Code of the Wild: DNA in Ecology
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers: Amy Sacco
10PM: John Ono Lennon: a memorial and celebration
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

November 26, 2006
7PM: The Third Coast International Audio Festival: The 2006 Winners
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers: Tesla Motors
10PM: Riverwalk Jazz - The Spirit of Thanksgiving
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

November 19, 2006
7PM: Youth Radio: What is Politics and Why Should I Care?
8PM: The Infinite Mind: The Science of WinningIV
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers: From employee to owner
10PM: Waylon Jennings: Nashville Rebel
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

November 12, 2006
7PM: Thoughtcast: Carol Bundy - Civil War
730PM: Unquiet Graves
8PM: The Infinite Mind: Through the Looking Glass IV
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers: Julie Clark - Baby Einstein
10PM: Johnny Cash- Live at San Quentin
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

November 5, 2006
7PM: Khaled Hosseini:The Kite Runner
730PM: Jonathan Safran Foer: Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
8PM: The Infinite Mind: Through the Looking Glass III
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers: Chuck CLose and Garth Fagan
10PM: The Price of Politics: Election finances
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

October 29, 2006
7PM: War of the Worlds: An Annotated Guide
8PM: The Infinite Mind: Through the Looking Glass II
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers: Applegate Farms & Simon Pearce Inc
10PM: Kawthoolei: The Female refugees of Burma
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

October 22, 2006
7PM: Irresistible stories to pledge by
8PM: The Infinite Mind: Through the Looking Glass
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers: Pay Pal and Craig's List Founders
10PM: The Byrds II
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

October 15, 2006
7PM: The Plan: Native American stories and music
730PM: Thembi's Aids Diary
8PM: Feet in Two Worlds: New York's immigrant neighborhoods
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers: Gary Hirshberg & Scott Griffith
10PM: The Byrds I
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

October 8, 2006
7PM: American Radioworks: Japan's Pop Power
8PM: Radio Lab II - Space
9PM: From Scratch: Entrepreneurial pioneers: Paul Farmer
10PM: Bob Wills: The King of Texas Swing
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

October 1, 2006
7PM: Outright Radio: Hispanic Stories - being gay and latino
8PM: Radio Lab II- Where Am I?
9PM: Greg Palast: Armed Madhouse
10PM: John Coltrane: A Love Supreme
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

September 23, 2006
7PM: Ted Koppel: The Price of Security
8PM: Radio Lab II- Morality
9PM: Gore Vidal: Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace
10PM: How Long's Trane Been Gone? I - John Coltrane
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

September 17, 2006
7PM: Women at Work: A pastor, a seasonal worker, and a judge
8PM: Radio Lab II- Musical Language
9PM: Shared Weight: US & Vietnamese Writers
10PM: Naom Chomsky: Lebanon and the Middle east
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

September 10, 2006
7PM: Educating Esme - The Life Stories Collection
8PM: Radio Lab II- Detective Stories
9PM: The Sonic Memorial- Five Years Later
10PM: The Little Willies: Nora Jones and Friends
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

September 3, 2006
7PM: The Plan- Stories about Jobs - for Labor day
730PM: The Skywalkers of Awkesasnee: High Steel Workers
8PM: Rivers of Doubt: Global Water Issues -
9PM: LA Theatre Works: The Story of Huey P. Newton: Black Panther Party Leader (two hours)
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

August 27, 2006
7PM: American Routes Special: New Orleans - A year After the Storm (2 hrs)
9PM: No Place To Hide: American Radioworks explores our loss of privacy since 9/11
10PM: Growing Old in East L.A.: David Greenberger speaks with elderly Mexican-Americans
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

August 20, 2006
7PM: The Plan: Hitchhikers: Stories From the Road
730 PM: Thoughtcast: Alan Dershowitz: War on Terror
8PM: The Dixie Chicks: Taking the Long Way
9PM: John Perkins: Confessions of An Economic Hit Man
10PM: Voice of Youth - Defining the new apology: My Bad
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

August 13, 2006
7PM: Transom Radio Hour: Experimenting with Sound- guest Benjamen Walker
8PM: L.A. Theatre Works: The Glass Menagerie (2 hrs)
10PM: Voice of Youth - Define Gangster
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

August 6, 2006
7PM: Transom Radio Hour: Learning the Craft - guest Rob Rosenthal
8PM: America Abroad: Mexico & the U.S. Getting to Know the Neighbors
9PM: The Buddy Guy Story
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Aphasia
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

July 30, 2006
7PM: The Transom Radio Hour: Talking to Strangers (The Kitchen Sisters)
8PM: The Plan: Dog Stories
830PM: Thoughtcast: Robert Pinsky
9PM: Johnny Cash: Personal FileOn
10PM: Alternative Radio: Stephen Zunes
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

July 23, 2006
7PM: Stories to Pledge by
8PM: The Plan: Dog Stories
9PM: The Infinite Mind explores Asberger's Syndrome-2 hour special
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

July 16, 2006
7PM: The Transom Radio Hour: David Greenberger: Conversing with our Elders
8PM: Celebrating Rembrandt: 400 Year Anniversary
9PM: Voices of Troubles: Irish Hunger Strikes 25 years On
10PM: The Writer's Studio: Walter Mosley
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

>July 16, 2006
July 9, 2006
7PM: Blood Circus: Tales from the Big Top
8PM: Bruce Springsteen: the Pete Seeger Sessions
9PM: No Dogs or Jews Allowed: The Story of Anti-Semitism in America
10PM: The Writer's Studio: Umberto Eco
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

July 2, 2006
7PM: The Plan: Stories and Fireworks-fueled Fury
7PM: The Theory of Everything: American Exceptionalism
8PM: Route 66 - A documentary by the Kitchen Sisters
9PM: The Transom Radio Hour: Interviewing Our Families
10PM: Putumayo World Music Hour: Independence Around the World
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

June 25, 2006
7PM: The Legend at 70 : Luciano Pavarotti (make good broadcast)
8PM: Crossing East - Facing Discrimination
9PM: The Transom Radio Hour: Audio Diaries
10PM: Vietnam and the Presidency
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

June 18, 2006
7PM: The Plan: Dad Stories
730PM: He's 64 - Paul McCartney
8PM: Crossing East - Refuge from War
9PM: Famous Fathers: Musicians Inspired by Their Fathers
10PM: Philip Roth: Interviewed by Chris Lydon
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

June 11, 2006
7PM: Dan Brown: The Da Vinci Code
8PM: Crossing East - Family Entrepreneurs
9PM: A Piece of Paradise: communal life in the Pacific
10PM: Bob Woodward: Journalism in the American Presidency
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

June 4, 2006
7PM: The Legend at 70: Luciano Pavarotti (2 hours)
9PM: Crossing East - Stories of Brides and Children
10PM: The Writer's Studio: Margaret Drabble
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

May 27, 2006
7PM: The Vietnam Tapes of Michael Baronowski
730PM: Gone Too Soon: an audio memorial roll call
8PM: Crossing East - III Exclusion and Resistance
9PM: Everything Was Right: The Beatles Revolver Album (2 hrs)
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

May 21, 2006
7PM: Hearing Voices: The Plan: Birds
730PM: Thoughtcast: Lisa Randal: Warped Passages
8PM: Crossing East - III Hawaii plantation heritage
9PM: America Abroad: Darfur: Genocide & Global Response
10PM: The Writer's Studio: James Ellroy
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

May 14, 2006
7PM: To The Best of Our Knowledge: The End
8PM: Hearing Voices: The Plan: Grandmothers
8:30PM: Mother's Day Outloud: A Mother and Son Celebration
9PM: Crossing East- Asian Immigration: II - Frontier Asians
10PM: An Evening of 75 Laughs with Jonathan Katz
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe: Phone Message

May 7, 2006
7PM: To The Best of Our Knowledge: The Meaning of Life - Regrets
8PM: Crossing East- Asian Immigration: I - Making Contact
9PM: A Tale of Two Countries: Mexico & US Borders
10PM: American Radioworks: Welfare
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe: The Wedding Dress

April 23, 2006
7PM: A mix of radio to encourage your PLEDGE !
8PM: To The Best of Our Knowledge: The Meaning of Life
9PM: The Writer's Studio: Joan Didion
10PM: The Plan: Jazz
10:30PM: The Ballot, The Bullet and the Burka; Femminist Jihad
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe: Listening to YOU

April 16, 2006
7PM: To The Best of Our Knowledge: The Meaning of Life: The Beginning
8PM: The City Will Rise: A Hundred Years of Catastrophes
9PM: The Rise and Influence of Arab Media
10PM: South Africa's Kwaito Generation
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe: The Great Lakes

April 9, 2006
7PM: American Radioworks: Personal Bankruptcy in America
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: The Legacy of Lewis & Clark XIII
9PM: Walt Whitman: Leaves of Grass
10PM: Rev. Al Sharpton: Hurricane Katrina
11PM: The Vinyl Cafe

April 2, 2006
7PM: Wordshakers: Poetry Grits Glory and Verve
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: The World of Lewis and Clark XII
9PM: Author Sherman Alexie: Ten Little Indians
10PM: The Legend: Johnny Cash - The World Needs a Melody

March 26, 2006
7PM: The Infinite Mind: Aging Baby Boomers
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: Lewis and Clark: The Journals
9PM: Let's Get Digital: A Primer on Music and the Internet
10PM: The Legend: Johnny Cash - How Great Thou Art

March 19, 2006
7PM: The Plan: Marine Mammals of the Order Cetacea
730: Katrina Survivor: Charmain Neville, Jazz Singer
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: Lewis and Clark: Medicine
9PM: The Peace Corps: 45 yr Anniversary - stories from volunteers
10PM: The Legend: Johnny Cash - The Ring of Fire

March 12, 2006
7PM: American Radioworks: Internet Gambling
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: Lewis and Clark: Science & Militarism
9PM: The Chieftains
10PM: Verbal Fireworks: Alix Olsen
1030PM: The Theory Of Everything: Desert Island

March 3, 2006
7PM: The Plan: Trains
730PM: Schadenfreude: Two People Walk into a Bar
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: Lewis and Clark: Unsolved Mysteries
9PM: Girls from Cambodia
10PM: The Man in Black - politics and influences of Johnny Cash

February 26, 2006
7PM: How to Observe President's Day, Observed
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: Lewis and Clark: Encounters of the Expedition
9PM: Nelson Mandela: An Audio History
10PM: The Legacy of Tupac Shakur

February 19, 2006
7PM: Studs Terkel: And They All Sang
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: Lewis and Clark: Science in the Age of Discovery
9PM: American Radioworks: Stalin: A speech that changed the world
10PM: She Grooves Radio: Women of The Blues

February 12, 2006
7PM: Tales of Love, True and Tainted
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: Off the Trail
9PM: American Routes: Celebrate the Blues I
10PM: American Routs: Celebrate the Blues II

February 5, 2006
7PM: Maya Angelou & Guy Johnson: Mother and Son Poets
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: The Political Agenda in the American West
9PM: Patti Smith: 30 years after "Horses"
10PM: William Sales on Malcolm X

January 29, 2006
7PM: Vinyl Cafe: Dog Pills
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: Sacagawea: Truth Meets Myth
9PM: Surviving Torture
10PM: Les Paul and the Jazz Guitar

January, 22, 2006
7PM: Vinyl Cafe: The Path Not Taken
8PM: The Unfinished Journey: William Clark: An American Hero?
9PM: The Infinite Mind: Neuroprosthetics
10PM: The She Grooves Radio Hour: Female Musical Artists

January 15, 2006
7PM: Schadenfreude: Jade to Black
730PM: The Plan: Play the Race Card
8PM: The Infinite Mind: Empathy
9PM: The Unfinished Journey I: The Complex Captain
10PM: The Russian Winter: Compact Discoveries

January 8, 2006
7PM: Schadenfreude: Twin Arches
730PM: New Letters on the Air: Sarah Vowell
8PM: American Radioworks: Intelligent Designs on Evolution
9PM: Nina Simone: A Tribute
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Our Body Clocks

January 1, 2006
7PM: The Wire: The Democracy of Sound
8PM: Rehabbing the Fourth Estate: 2005 Nieman Conference Excerpts
9PM: Vinyl Cafe's New Year's Resolutions
10PM: Brazil Beat: Music for Dancing: Tangoes and Waltzes from Brazil

December 25, 2005
7PM: The Wire: The Wheel of Steel
8PM: A Cowboy Christmas: music and stories from the American outback
9PM: Seeking Peace 2005
10PM: Bruce Cockburn: Lovers in a Dangerous Time

December 18, 2005
7PM:The Wire: Welcome to the Machine
8PM: The Infinite Mind: Hypomania
9PM: In Other Words: Townes Van Zandt
10PM: Robert Fisk: War and Journalism in the Middle East

December 11, 2005
7PM: The Wire: The Sound Around
8PM: American Radioworks: Las Vegas - An Unconventional History
9PM: Sam Cooke: Bring it On Home To Me- his life and music
10PM: Worlds Apart: Aboriginal Australians - Taken from the Tribe

December 4, 2005
7PM: American Radioworks: 50 Years of International Adoption
8PM: The Kabbalah of Channuka
9PM: Bruce Springsteen: Born to Run
10PM: Worlds Apart: The Buffalo Nation - Reviving Tradition on the Great Plains

November 27, 2005
7PM: The Plan - Eat from Hearing Voices
730PM:The Great Peace Plan of The Six Iroquois Nations
8PM: Third Coast Festival Special - One
9PM: Third Coast Festival Special - Two
10PM: Indigenous People Bridging Traditional and Modern Life

November 20, 2005
7PM: An Ecclectic Mix (to inspire a pledge)
8PM: Hidden Kitchens - One
9PM: Hidden Kitchens - Two
10PM: The Silent Year: From Saipan to Tokyo

November 13, 2005
7PM: Radiolab 105: Beyond Time
8PM: Worlds of Difference: Coming to Terms
9PM: The Wire: Music Affected by the Invention of Electricity: The Synthesizer
10PM: Jonathan Kozol: Education

November 6, 2005
7PM: Radiolab 104: Time
8PM: Worlds of Difference: The Spirit Calls: Religion and Cultural Identity
9PM: The Wire: Music Affected by the Invention of Electricity: The guitar
10PM: The Infinite Mind: The Educated Consumer

October 30, 2005
7PM: Radio Lab 103: Emergence
8PM: Worlds of Difference: Finding a Voice
9PM: The Wire: Music Affected by Electricity: The Change of Sound
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Beyond Belief

October 23, 2005
7PM: Radiolab 102: Stress
8PM: Worlds of Difference: Making a Choice
9PM: The Wire: Music Affected by the Invention of Electricity
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Kids and Fire

October 16, 2005
7PM: Radiolab 101: WHO AM I?
8PM: Worlds of Difference: A Home in the World
9PM: Gray Matters: Crossroads and Frontiers
10PM: Alternative Radio: Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

October 9, 2005
7PM: John Ono Lennon: Hearing Voices Special
8PM: Literary Friendships: Sandra Cisneros & Joy Harjo
9PM: Jews and Blues: Inside Out
10PM: Alternative Radio: Healthcare in America

October 1, 2005
7PM: The Vinyl Cafe: Newfoundland Kitchen
8PM: Chautauqua Lectures: Prescription for Independent Life: Dr. Lipschitz
9PM: Central America After The Wars: What Does Peace Bring?
10PM: The Infinite Mind: In the Wake of The Storms

September 25, 2005
7PM: No Direction Home: 2 hr Bob Dylan special
9PM: Central America After The Wars: Freedom of Expression
10PM: Alternative Radio: Robert McChesney: the Problem of the Media

September 18, 2005
7PM: After the Storm: 2 hr American Routes Special on New Orleans
9PM: Central America After The Wars: Gangs, Women and a look back
10PM: American Radioworks: No Place for a Woman: female iron pit mine workers

September 11, 2005
7PM: Lost and Found Sound: The Sonic Memorial
8PM: Literary Friendships: Michael Cunningham and Marie Howe
9PM: Central America After the Wars: Downsizing Armies
10PM: Aaron Glantz: Iraq

September 4, 2005
7PM: The Skywalkers of Akwesane
730PM: Daze of Labor - Days of Change
8PM: Literary Friendships: Robert Bly & Donald Hall
9PM: The Vinyl Cafe
10PM: Bill Moyers: Public Broadcasting

August 28, 2005
7PM: Old School Special
8PM: Literary Friendships: Chabon & Waldman
9PM: The Vinyl Cafe
10PM: The Hula Lesson

August 21, 2005
7PM: America Abroad: Running on Empty- America's Energy Security
8PM: Heart to Heart: Caring for the Dying: Sometimes Children Die
9PM: The Vinyl Cafe:
10PM: Slack Key Guitar Festival II

August 14, 2005
7PM: The Story of the GI Bill
8PM: Heart to Heart: Caring for the Dying: Respecting Diversity
9PM: The Vinyl Cafe: Summer Camp
10PM: Martin Luther King: Beyond Viet Nam

August 7, 2005
7PM: Mushroom Cloud: stories from the Atomic Age
8PM: Heart to Heart: Caring for the Dying
9PM: The Vinyl Cafe
10PM: The Writer's Studio:Julia Alvarez

July 31, 2005
7PM: Lessons from Hiroshima: 60 years later
8PM: Live from Kaua'i: Slack Key Guitar Festival
9PM: Snakeheads and Slavery: Britain's Human Traffic
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Dyslexia

July 24, 2005
7PM: A mix of Radio Stories
8PM: The Enchanted Highway: Artist Gary Greff tries to save his town with Art
830PM: Women on the Rise: a Profile of Female Religious Activists
9PM: World Cafe special: Yo Yo Ma and Angelique Kidjo
10PM: The Infinite Mind:The Benefits of Animal Companions

July 17, 2005
7PM: British Jihad: History of the Staging Ground for Global Jihad
8PM: Heart of Song: Renee Fleming in Conversation and Performance
9PM: Chautaqua Lectures: Rabbi Sapperstein: Faith & Politics
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Mid-Life

July 11, 2005
7PM: Justice Sandra Day O'Connor in Conversation
8PM: Chautauqua Lectures: Michael York: Speak the Speech
9PM: Investigating EuroPower
10PM: Bobby Seale: The Rise and Fall of the Black Panther Party

July 3, 2005
7PM: The Lessons and Legacy of Lewis and Clark
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life XI: A Candle Burnt at Both Ends
9PM: American Radioworks: Married to the Military ( for soldiers and family)
10PM: Angela Davis: Radical Multiculturalism

June 26, 2005
7PM: Norman Mailer: A Novelist in a Time of War
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life X: The Composer
9PM: America Abroad: The Neocons and American Foreign Policy
10PM: Howard Zinn: Voices of a People's History of the U.S. Part II

June 19, 2005
7PM: Forum: A discussion of the proposed cuts to CPB
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life VIX: The Composer
9PM: Life Stories: Sons and Brothers
10PM: Howard Zinn: Voices of a People's History of the U.S.

June 12, 2005
7PM: Doctors without Borders: A documentary
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life VIII: The Crossroads: '68- '78
9PM: Security Check: Today's global threats
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Food and Mood

June 5, 2005
7PM: American Radioworks: The Cost of Corruption
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life VII: The Conductor
9PM: The Chataqua Lectures: America and the Crisis of Legitimacy
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Asperger's Syndrome Part II

May 29, 2005
7PM: Two short pieces honoring Memorial Day: Anna on the Homefront and The Best of Times;The Worst of Times
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life VI: The Conductor
9PM: War and Forgiveness: The Two Sides of War-time Atrocity: Victims and Perpetrators
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Asperger's Syndrome Part I

May 21, 2005
7PM: American Radioworks: Global 3.0
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life V: The Philharmonic Years
9PM: Music and Nature: How Music Can Reflect the State of the Environment
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Electro-Convulsive Therapy - A Cure for Depression?

May 15, 2005
7PM: Worlds of Difference: Finding a Niche
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life IV: Tonight 1951 - 1959
9PM: James Beard: An American Revolution
10PM: Correspondent from Beirut: Robert Fisk talks about how he sees in the Middle East

May 8, 2005
7PM: SHOA: Surviving the Holocaust
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life III: New York New York
9PM: The Journey of Lady Buddha: a Search for the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Multi-tasking

May 1, 2005
7PM: Independent Minds: The Creative Process of Novel to Film
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life II: Gates to the City: Meeting the Mentors
9PM: Two shows about Motherhood
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Writer's Block

April 24, 2005
7PM: A mix of radio to encourage you to pledge to public radio!
8PM: Leonard Bernstein: An American Life I : The Early Years
9PM: A Mind of Their Own: American Radioworks on Bipolar Children
10PM: In Conversation with Studs Terkel Part II

April 17, 2005
7PM: Skin Revealed: Uniquely Human: Body Art
8PM: Yo Yo Ma, The Silk Road Ensemble - a live 2 hr concert
10PM: In Conversation with Studs Terkel Part I

April 10, 2005
7PM: Skin Revealed: Up Close and Personal- The Sensory Power of the Skin
8PM: Workplace Flexibility & Taking Care of Our Aging Parents
9PM: The Peace of Wild Things - the poetry of Wendell Berry
10PM: Professor Howard Zinn: Airbrushing History

April 3, 2005
7PM: Skin Revealed: The Naked Truth: Medicine and the Skin
8PM: What Happened at Red Lake? A special from Minnesota Public Radio
9PM: Mr Rickey Calls a Meeting: an L.A. Theatreworks radio play where Mr. Rickey of the Brooklyn Dodgers signs on Jackie Robinson - the first African-american to the Major League in 1947

March 27, 2005
7PM: Skin Revealed: 4-part series on the human body's largest organ
8PM: American Radioworks: Lockdown: Gangs in the Supermax Prisons
9PM: America Abroad: China: Bush's New Test
10PM: Arundhati Roy: The Checkbook and The Cruise Missile

March 20, 2005
7PM: Reclaiming Islam: A Female Perspective
730PM: Palestinian Women's Movements
8PM: Gray Matters: Learning Throughout Life
9PM: Life Stories: Women at Work
10PM: The Writer's Studio: Nicholas Baker

March 13, 2005
7PM: Buffalo Nation: Reviving the Buffalo, Exploring the Pow Wow
8PM: Our Energy Future: The Strategic Initiative of Our Era
9PM: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg: A Portrait
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Synesthesia

March 6, 2005
7PM: WASPS: The First Female Pilots of WW II
730PM: Unreasonable Women in Unreasonable Times
8PM: The Salk Vaccine: A Splendid Solution
9PM: Eric Schlosser: Fast Food Nation
10PM: Little Grey Book Lectures: Readings and Discussions in Brooklyn NY

February 27, 2005
7PM: Uncommon Courage The Story of Viola Luzzo
8PM: Chautauqua Lectures: Government and Business Ethics
9PM: A two hour Tribute to Bob Dylan's: Blood on The Tracks


February 20, 2005
7PM: Gut Reaction: Celiac Disease
8PM: Chautauqua Lectures: Dr. Ned Norwell- Dare to Forgive
9PM: The Origins of The Afro: icon of Black is Beautiful
10PM: The Barrier: mixed feelings about the security wall in Israel

February 13, 2005
7PM: More than Love: Stories of Wartime Relationships
8PM: Voices of the Civil Rights Project: Fifty Years ago
9PM: Chasing Love: Romantic Love and Late Capitalism
10PM: Alternative Radio: Manning Marable on the Life and Legacy of Malcom X

February 6, 2005
7PM: Say It Plain: A Century of African American Oration
8PM: The Infinite Mind: Anorexia and Bulimia: Wasting Away
9PM: The Art of The Song: Guy Davis
10PM: Alternative Radio: Seymour Hersch: From 9/11 to Abu Ghraib

January 30, 2005 (make-good broadcast from Jan 23rd)
7PM: The Writer's Studio: T.C. Boyle
8PM: Holistic Health: distinguishing "health care" from intervention
9PM: The Art of The Song: Patti Larkin
10PM: Two from the series: The Theory of Everything: Free Enterprise Art and Celebretism

January 16 & repeated 23rd, 2005
7PM: American Radio Works: Nowhere to Hide (Surveillance in America)
8PM: Ethics and Diplomacy: What I Learned From Nelson Mandela: Ambassador James Joseph
9PM: The Infinite Mind: Laughter as Therapy
10PM: The Art of The Song: Nanci Griffith

January 9, 2005
7PM: And They Never Came Back: Life After Our Parents Died
8PM: Storylines New England: Dorothy West - The Living is Easy
9PM: America Abroad: Battling for Hearts and Minds
10PM: CIA Covert Action: Seminar at Capitol Hill: Part Two

January 2, 2005
7PM: Journalists and War: An Hour with Seymour Hersch
8PM: Storylines New England: John Irving: A Prayer for Owen Meany
9PM: With God On Our Side: Religious Pluralism- from rivalry to reconciliation
10PM: CIA Covert Action: A Seminar at Capitol Hill

December 26, 2004
7PM: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dicken's - a radio tradition
8PM: Storylines New England: John Casey - Spartina
9PM: The Downtown Messiah: A two hour contemporary performance of Handel's classic in gospel, blues, jazz and folk

December 19, 2004
7PM: Family Sentence: The reunion of a Cuban Revolutionary and his daughter
7:30PM: Food For the Soul: Different faiths and the role of food during the holidays
8PM: Gray Matters: The Body Clock
9PM: Prisoners of War from the Battle of the Bulge
10PM: Howard Zinn: Critical Thinking

December 12, 2004
7PM: American Radioworks: Carving up the Vote: the Election Landscaped Changed
8PM: Storylines New England: E.B. White: Charlotte's Web
9PM: Wild Child: Bipolarity in children
10PM: Chanukah: A Time for Stand-Up

December 5, 2004
7PM: Hearing Voices: Portrait of a Plague: Stories of Aids Awareness
8PM: Storylines New England: William Apess & Mary White Rowlandson
9PM: Beach Boy Brian Wilson's most famous unfinished and unreleased album in pop music history... until now. Smile: A two hour live concert at Carnegie Hall

November 28, 2004
7PM: 2004 Third Coast Radio Festival:Two hour special broadcast of the the winning pieces with our own Jay Allison as host and lifetime achievement winner Susan Stamberg
9PM: Storylines New England: E. Annie Proux
10PM: The Bebel Gilberto Hour: live music and interviews from the daughter of Joao Gilberto

November 21, 2004
7PM: Mythic Journey: A two hour celebration of Joseph Campbell's centenary and his work, The Power of The Myth
9PM: Storylines New England: Peyton Place
10PM: Paul Watson: Sea Shepherds - the defense of marine wildlife

November 14, 2004
7PM: A mix of local and national pieces for Fundraising
8PM: Storylines New England: Edith Wharton's Summer
9PM: Lost and Found Sound and Beyond: two hour anthology of the best of this Peabody Award winning series, hosted by Francis Ford Coppola

November 7, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Dissecting Pop Music
7:30PM: The Theory of Everything... about Cell Phones
8PM: Storylines New England: Salem's Lot
9PM: Sisters in Pain: the release of 10 women imprisoned for taking revenge on their abusers
10pm: Bill Moyers talks about Journalism and Democracy

October 31, 2004
7PM: An Annotated Guide to The War of the Worlds
8PM: Storylines New England: All Souls: A Family Story from Southie
9PM: Gray Matters: Mapping the Brain
10pm: As Darkness Falls: Halloween Stories

October 24, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Dissecting Pop Music
7:30PM: Electionwatch '04: Working Hard
8PM: Storylines New England: Mark Twain
9PM: America Abroad: Foreign Policy in the Election
10PM: The Creative Remix

October 17, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Dissecting Pop Music
7:30PM: Electionwatch '04: Mobilizing the Youth Vote
8PM: Storylines New England: Robert Frost
9PM: The Choice: A 2 hour special closeup on the careers of George W. Bush and John Kerry

October 10, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Dissecting Pop Music
7:30PM: Invisible Ink: Stories of a Teenage Beauty Queen
8PM: Storylines New England: Jane Brox
9PM: Presidential Conversations: Jimmy Carter
10PM: Filmmaker John Sayles: Politics and Film

October 3, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Music and Television
7:30PM: Invisible Ink: Other People's Stories
8PM: Hearing Voices: Executive Power
9PM: Presidential Conversations: Gerald Ford
10PM: Howard Zinn: Resistence and The Artist's Role

September 26, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: American Idol and Grief
7:30PM: Invisible Ink Radio Zine: For Love
8PM: Ceci Connolly: Healthcare and Politics
9PM: Seeking Civility in Political Discourse
10PM: AARP talks to John Kerry
10:30PM: His Holiness the Karmapa and Me

September 19, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: God Rock: Can I Get a Witness?
7:30PM: Invisible Ink Radio Zine: Note to Sixth-Grade Self
8PM: Rev. Jesse Jackson: Slavery, Capitalism, Business Ethics
9PM: Red Runs the Vistula: Voices from the Warsaw Uprising
10PM: Electronic Voting: the Promise and Perils

September 12, 2004
7PM: Hatred Undone: The Imperial Wizard leaves the KKK
7:30PM: Pop Vultures: Crunk - Not Your Grandmother's Hip-hop
8PM: We Were On Duty: Surviving the 9-11 Pentagon Attack
9PM: America Abroad: Saudi Arabia: Ambiguous Allies
10PM: 109 on 9-11: Tenement Life Two Blocks from the Trade Towers

September 5, 2004
7PM: Stories about working The Late Shift
7:30PM: Pop Vultures: Dissecting pop music: Glam Rock - Early Seventies
8PM: The Writers' Studio: An interview with Alice Walker
9PM: Witnesses to Terror: The 9/11 hearings (American Radioworks)
10PM: The Orphan Train: NYC homeless kids shipped to work the pioneer West 150 years ago

August 29, 2004
7PM: Julia Child, Norman Mailer and more on the Republican convention
8PM: An hour of Iran: from a journalist in search of family routes, to Dr. Azar Nafisi, author of Reading Lolita in Teheran
9PM: The Writers' Studio: an audience interview with author Tracy Kidder
10PM: Martin Luther King: Beyond Vietnam

August 22, 2004
7PM: Hearing Voices: Home Team- stories about baseball
8PM: Two short documentaries: Singing Yeast Cell; In Limbo- Palestinian Gays
8:30PM: A Sobering Legacy
9PM: The Infinite Mind: Vacation
10PM: Your Radio Nightlight: Escape

August 15, 2004
7PM: American Radioworks: Climate of Uncertainty
8PM: Israel and The Occupied Territories: Conversation with Gadi Algazi
8:30PM: Israel and The Occupied Territories: Theatre in the Rubble
9PM: What Can I Say? Culture of Patriotism and Dissent (WNYC)
10PM: Bill Moyers: The History of the Progressive Movement in the U.S.

August 8, 2004
7PM: Soldiering On: A Soldier's Experience in Battle
7:30PM: A Hostage Nation: Ordinary Iraqis Speak
8PM: THe President is Calling: The White House Tapes
9PM: The Infinite Mind: The Double Life of Oxycontin
10PM: The late Edward Said: Culture and Imperialism

August 1, 2004
7PM: Ordinary Voices of Civil Rights: Recallling Fifty Years Ago
8PM: The Infinite Mind: The Dopamine Connection
9PM: El padre Y Los Homies: a profile of youth worker, Father Greg Boyle and the Homeboy Industries
10PM: Naom Chomsky: War Crimes and Imperial Fantasies - Part Two

July 25, 2004
7PM: Washington Goes to The Moon (two hours): Behind the scenes of Apollo 11
9PM: The Infinite MInd: Genius
10PM: Naom Chomsky: War Crimes and Imperial Fantasies - Part One

July 18, 2004
7PM: A mix of creative works made locally and far away
8PM: Dave Brubeck: a fine hour of jazz and conversation
9PM: Two Radio Netherlands' Documentaries: Musica Humana: Doctors and Musicians compose for hospitals in Denmark
9:30PM The Girl in the Window: A search for the artist of an inherited painting
10PM: Chris Hedges: War as an Addiction

July 11, 2004
7PM: Under Fire: The United Nations Battle for Relevance
8PM: Hearing Voices: 200 Years later: The Lewis and Clark Trail
9PM: The Beatles in America - 1964 (2 hours)

July 4, 2004
7PM: Outright Radio: Stories from the Gay Community
8PM: Hearing Voices: Stars and Bars
9PM: Count Basie's Centennial: His Life and Music
10PM: Radio Netherlands: International Law

June 27, 2004
7PM: Outright Radio: Stories from the Gay Community
8PM: America Abroad: A Failure in Intelligence
9PM: Hank Williams: Honky Tonk Blues
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Time

June 20, 2004
7PM: Nick Spitzer: Music of the Sea from Outer Banks to Trinidad
8PM: Outright Radio: Stories from the Gay Community
9PM: American RadioWorks: The Hospice Experiment
10PM: Debunking Conspiracy Theories

June 13, 2004
7PM: Outright Radio: Stories from the Gay Community
8PM: Bela Fleck and Edgar Meyer Live from Joe's Pub
9PM: Infinite Mind: Mental Health and Immigrants
10PM: Howard Zinn: History Matters

June 6, 2004
7PM: Outright Radio: Stories from the Gay Community
8PM: Iraq: A Hostage Nation
8:30PM: A Man's Choice: Male Contraception
9PM: Route 66: History of a Legend
10PM: Ken Roth: Human Rights and the War on Terror

May 30, 2004
7PM: Mix of Memory Pieces
7:30PM: Reaching for Peace: Fighting Extremism in the Middle East
8PM: Lest We Forget: Personal Memoirs of WWII Veterans
9PM: Restoring Scientific Integrity from the Woods Hole Research Center
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Mental Health and the Family

May 23, 2004
7PM: The Iraq Effect
8PM: Bob Dylan: Celebrating 60 years
10PM: 9/11 and the Uses of Fear

May 16, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Pop Music Dissected
7:30PM: Portrait of the very musical Pygmies of Cameroon
8PM: Thurgood Marshall: Before the Court
9PM: The Infinite Mind: Fame
10PM: Behind the War on Terror

May 9, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Pop Music Dissected
7:30PM: Uganda: Being Homosexual
8PM: Mandela: From Terrorist to President
9PM: The Infinite Mind: Marriage
10PM: Rania Masri: Privatising War

May 2, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Pop Music Dissected
7:30PM: Uganda: Coping with Aids
8PM: Iraq, America, the World - One year later
9PM: The Infinite Mind: Four Lives- Battling with Mental Illness
10PM: Renewing the American Experiment: David Korten

April 25, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Pop Music Dissected
7:30PM: Uganda: Talking with the Devil: How to End the 18 Year War
8PM: The Earth Sings: Sounds for and from Mother Earth
9PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: To preserve and Honor the NY African Burial Ground
10PM: Ani di Franco: a rare invitation to her home

April 18, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Pop Music Dissected
7:30PM: Uganda: Innocent Targets: the Children of Northern Uganda
8PM: Third Coast Audio festival: Stories about Thirst
9PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: Lincoln's Dilemma: Saving the Union or Freeing the Slaves
10PM: The New American Century: Global Hegemony

April11, 2004
7pm: Pop Vultures: Pop Music Dissected
7:30PM: Escaping God's Closet: Struggling with Sexuality-Memoirs of an Ex-Priest
8PM: Defying Genocide in Rwanda: The Few Who Stayed
9PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: The Abolitionist Split
10PM: The Infinite Mind: Pregnancy and the Mind

April 4, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures:
8PM: Stories of work and passion from the Salt Institute
9PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: The Battle for Full First-Class Citizenship
10PM: Jack Shaheen: Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People

March 28, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Guilty Pleasures
7:30PM: A Sense of Place
8PM: America Abroad: Pakistan: America'' unstable Ally
9PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: Splits and Rifts
10PM: Vandana Shiva:: Earth Democracy

March 21, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Will Grohl ever Truly Defeat Foo?
7:30PM: A Sense of Place
8PM: The Ring and I: The Myth and Mania of Wagner's Ring Cycle.
9PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: The Rise of the Black Church, Black Press and Fight for Education
10PM: The Infinite Mind: What it Means to be a Man

March 14, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Sacred Sacrament of Sadness
7:30PM: A Sense of Place
8PM: Exodus 1947
9PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: Rebellion within the Rebellion
10PM: Infinite Mind: Genius

March 7, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Weezer
7:30PM: A Sense of Place
8PM: Breast Cancer Monologues
9PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: More Revolts, Conspiracies and Runaways
10PM: Afghanistan and Pakistan: Countries in Crisis

February 29, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Boy Bands and Poptarts
7ᛆPM Sense of Place: Stories of Belonging and Not Belonging
8PM: Deep in our Hearts: Four White Women Who Came of Age During Civil Rights
9PM: Then I'll Be Free to Travel Home: Early Slave Revolts in Boston and New York
10PM: Molly Ivins: Bushwhacked

February 22, 2004
7PM: Pop Vultures: Sweet Phil
8PM: A Sense of Place
9PM: Then I'll Be Free to Travel Home: The Legacy of the New York African Burial Ground
10PM: Naomi Klein: The casualties of Economic Warfare from Argentina to Iraq

February 15, 2004
7PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: Eleven Africans and Survival in the New Netherland Colony
8PM: The Infinite Mind: Place
9PM: Oh Freedom Over Me: Freedom Summer 1964
10PM: Julian Bond: Civil Rights Under Attack

February 8, 2004
7PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: Early Contacts - Juan "Jan" Rodrigues, the First Free African in the Hudson valley
8PM: My Name is Iran: Observing the 25th Anniversay of the Iranian Revolution, a documentary on the struggle for a lawful society.
9PM: Black History in Performance: Live musical perfomance of Jazz, Blues and Gospel.
10PM: Alternative Radio: Tariq Ali: Cracks in the Empire

February 1, 2004
7PM: Then I'll be Free to Travel Home: The Legacy of New York's African Burial Ground
8PM: Columbia Remembered: Atlantis go to Launch.
9PM: The Infinite Mind: Habit
10PM: The Bush Wars from Afghanistan to Iraq

January 25, 2004
7PM: The Infinite Mind: Coincidence
8PM: Prime Candidates: A Hearing Voices Special
9PM: The Blogging of the President 2004

January 18, 2004
7PM: The Infinite Mind: War
8PM: A Small Town in the South: The Nation's Capitol in a Time of Slavery
9PM: A Sense of Place: Mme Blavatsky and the Colonel
10PM: Ray McGovern: Iraq, a Failure of Intelligence

January 11, 2004
7PM: Gray Matters: Neuroethics
8PM: Religious Roots of American Democracy
9PM: Pervez Hoodbhoy: Pakistani Bombshells
10PM: Your Radio Nightlight: Holy War

January 4, 2004
7PM: Grey Matters: Stroke and the Brain
8PM: Sweetgrass Road: Aboriginal thought and wisdom
9PM: Chimpin' the Blues with R. Crumb
10PM: Naom Chomsky: Imperialism

December 28, 2003
7PM: Gray Matters: Sports & the Brain
8PM: The Blues: Future Blues
9PM: Howard Dean: the Vermont Years
10PM: Tariq Ali: Bush in Babylon

December 21, 2003
7PM: Gray Matters: Emotion in the Brain
8PM: The Blues: When Love Comes to Town
9PM: The World: America's Twin Challenges
10PM: Andre Schiffrin: The Business of Books

December 14, 2003
7PM: Gray Matters: The Teenage Brain
8PM: The Blues: Texas Flood
9PM: Who is Harvey Pekar?
10PM: Edward Said: Out of Place

December 7, 2003
7PM: Gray Matters: Music & the Brain
8PM: The Blues: Gimme Back my Wig
9PM: Shifting Sands: Saudi Arabia - Inside and Out
10PM: Kurt Vonnegut

November 30, 2003
7PM: Gray Matters: Stress and the Brain
8PM: The Blues: Blues Rock
9PM Humankind Special: Catching-Up with Granny D.
10PM: Bill Moyers: The Progressive Story of America

November 23, 2003
7PM: Lets Eat: Hearing Voices Thanksgiving
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