It’s Friday afternoon and time to regale you with tales of the fine weekend programming on Appalachian Independent Radio, “The AIR,” Charleston’s finest source of mutated and inspiring original radio programming. You can listen at the AIRadio website, or tune in on this neat little virtual radio set…
Tonight at 8 PM on Word Association with Lee and Rudy listen in as the two ramble on incessantly about Harvey Comics, the dearly-departed comic book publisher behind Casper the Friendly Ghost, Richie Rich, Sad Sack and Baby Huey. Rudy shows his age here, as his memories of the comic book company seem to be of a different era than Lee’s.
At 9 PM we might get a new episode of Laugh Appalachia with Lee Hale, we might not. You’ll have to tune in and see. That mysterious half-hour is followed at 9:30 with an encore presentation of Word Association where Lee and Rudy spend thirty minutes trying in vain to narrow down the topic of Toy Robots. 10 PM sees a replay of this week’s brand-new Radio Free Charleston International, loaded with tons of cool new music and a couple of Prince songs. You can read the whole playlist HERE.
Saturday morning check back here for a replay of all of the cool shows I produce each week, winding up at 2 PM with an encore of this week’s Star Trek edition of The Booster Pack, Starting Saturday at 9 AM, you can stay at home and listen to AIRadio for six straight hours to hear a marathon of cool programming.
The line up kicks off at 9 AM with local music on Radio Free Charleston, underground music on Radio Free Charleston International, a tour of Senoia, Georgia on On The Road with Mel, Harvey Comics on Word Association with Lee and Rudy and Star Trek on The Booster Pack.
You can listen to the entire General Substances/RFC line-up starting Saturday mornings at 9 AM on AIRadio. This is your best six-hour excuse to sit motionless and listen to the internet all morning on Saturday.
Sunday at 1 PM you can catch special encore plays of On The Road with Mel and Word Association. First up you’ll hear Mel extoll the virtues of traveling via Amtrak on a show actually recorded on The Cardinal Line. After that, stick around for the much-requested Word Association dedicated to Lemmy.