We have a very special line-up of terrific programming today on The AIR. Tune in for all-new episodes of Life Speaks with Michele Zirkle Marcum,The Swing Shift, The Gibby Hunters and a special tribute to Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright Edward Albee, who passed away last Friday.
Wednesday is filled with impressive talk, drama, music and comedy. Listen at the website or on this cool little embedded radio widget…
Today on Curtain Call at 3 PM, instead of the usual assortment of grade-A showtunes, host Mel Larch introduces an excerpt of a BBC Radio production of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. Not content to simply bring our listeners an excerpt, tonight from 7 PM to 10 PM we present the entire BBC Radio Production of Albee’s signature play.
At 1 PM, a new episode of On The Road with Mel looks at the early stages of planning a Thanksgiving Day road trip. At 1:30 PM Michele Zirkle Marcum treats to to a new episode of Life Speaks. At 4 PM on The Swing Shift, your PopCulteer hosts an hour of Swing Music, with wordplay as our theme this week.
The shows mentioned above are joined by new-to-The-AIR editions of Lynn Browder’s Autism Discussion, and The Goon Show. Plus an encore edition this afternoon of The Best of The Real with Mark Wolfe, featuring cult radio legend Jerry Galvin.
Here’s the full line-up of all of today’s great programming on The AIR:
11 AM The Lynn Browder Show About Autism NEW
Noon Curtain Call with Mel Larch Episode 009
1 PM On The Road With Mel Planning for Thanksgiving Travel NEW
1:30 PM Life Speaks with Michele Zirkle Marcum NEW
2 PM The Real with Mark Wolfe with Jerry Galvin
3 PM Curtain Call with Mel Larch Edward Albee Tribute NEW
4 PM The Swing Shift Episode 009 NEW
5 PM The Mystery Hour NEW
6 PM The Goon Show NEW (now one full hour!)
7 PM Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, presented by The BBC
10 PM The Gibby Hunters NEW
11 PM The Comedy Vault NEW