juke002It’s yet another thrilling Wednesday filled with new programming on The AIR as we offer up a new food-centric episode of  Life Speaks with Michele Zirkle Marcum and new editions of Curtain Call and Beatles Blast.  You can tune in at The AIR Website, or just flip the switch right here on this embedded radio player…

The morning kicks off with a replay of this week’s The Swing Shift at 7 AM, followed by a two-hour version of The NEW MUSIC SHOW at 9 AM and a replay of last week’s Curtain Call at noon. All times, EDT, by the way.

At 1 PM  we have an encore of an edition of On The Road with Mel devoted to Chicago. We couldn’t do a new episode this week because we were in Chicago.

1:30 PM sees a new episode of Life Speaks with Michele Zirkle Marcum, wherein Michele captures a green orb on her camera in what just may have been a fairy glen in Ohio and then we find out what was in the supposed empty tomb of Jesus..

The Best of The Real with Mark Wolfe re-presents Mark’s live broadcast from Create WV, at 2 PM.

It’s a new Curtain Call at 3 PM, as Mel Larch brings you a collection of Broadway show tunes that became Top 40 hits when sung by other people.You’ll find the playlist below.

At 5 PM Beatles Blast is back with a brand-new episode, hosted by your humble PopCulteer. We have plenty of tracks from the Fab Four, together and solo, and a special treat from the Let It Be sessions. The full playlist can be found below.

6 PM sees The NEW MUSIC SHOW, followed at 6:30 PM by The now-daily Crazy Show.

At 7 PM we have a replay of the Life Speaks Bigfoot Special with Michele Zirkle Marcum.

We maintain our prime-time Wednesday line-up of this week’s Prognosis at 8 PM, followed by The Comedy Vault at 10 PM. Then at midnight we dive into the Radio Free Charleston archives for seven hours of classic episodes from the last year. Nobody brings you as much local music as The AIR.

The interruption-free programming continues as The AIR continues being an actual radio station, despite what some people think.

Curtain Call 20–Broadway to the Top 40

Curtain Call 00121Murray Head  “One Night In Bangkok”
Louis Armstrong  “Hello Dolly!”
Dionne Warwick  “I’ll Never Fall In Love Again”
The Beatles  “Till There Was You”
Sammy Davis Jr. “What Kind of Fool Am I?”
The Cowsills  “Hair”
Robin Lamont and the cast of Godspell  “Day by Day”
Judy Collins  “Send In The Clowns”
Julie Covington  “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina”
Don Henley  “Sit Down You’re Rockin’ The Boat”
The Four Lads  “Standin’ On The Corner”
Frank Sinatra  “Some Enchanted Evening”
Barbera Streisand  “Memory”
The Fifth Dimension  “Aquarius/Let The Sun Shine In”

Beatles Blast 006

John Lennon and Paul McCartney  “Imagine On The Run (Mash Up)”
beatles-blast-4-19-logoThe Beatles  “The Long And Winding Road”
John Lennon “Steel and Glass”
Paul McCartney  “Get Me Out Of Here”
George Harrison  “Cloud Nine”
Ringo Starr  “What Goes Around”
Let It Be Naked Fly On The Wall disc
The Beatles  “Johnny B. Goode”
The Beatles  “Got To find My Baby”
The Beatles  “Hey Bulldog”