It’s another Wednesday with new programming on The AIR for your internet-listening pleasure.

At 1;30 PM, Life Speaks to Michele Zirkle lpresents the first half of a meditation Michele delivered in Columbus. At 2 PM, Beatles Blast presents part six of a classic Beatles BBC radio documentary. At 3 PM Curtain Call returns as your host, Mel Larch, presents part one of a two-part look at the funniest showtunes in history. The AIR Audio Playhouse brings you a dramatization of Journey To The Center of The Earth at 5 PM. Tune in at The AIR, or listen on this embedded player thingy in the right column of this here very blog.

Our block of newness begins at 1:30 PM with Life Speaks to Michele Zirkle. This week we present the first half of a meditation talk that Michele led at The Tranquility Salt Cave in Columbus. She recounts her own story and takes questions from the audience to help them find their own path to enlightenment.

Life Speaks to Michele Zirkle can be heard Wednesday at 1:30 PM and 7 PM, with replays on The AIR Friday at 9:30 AM and Monday at 12:30 PM.

At 2 PM Beatles Blast presents part six of The Beatles Story, a legendary BBC radio documentary from 1973, Beatles Blast can be heard Wednesday at 2 PM, Thursday at 11 AM and 9 PM, Friday at 5 PM, and Tuesday at 9 AM.

At 3 PM Wednesday Curtain Call unveils a new episode that collects the funniest songs from musical theater. Find out what put the “comedy” in “Musical Comedy” as Mel brings you tunes from A Funny Thing Happened on The Way To The Forum, Kiss Me Kate, Something Rotten, Avenue Q, Monty Python’s Spamalot, The Book of Mormon and more. And the wild thing is, it’s only the first of a two-part special. You can keep laughing at this not-safe-for-work collection of hilarity next week.

Curtain Call debuts Wednesday at 3 PM, with replays Thursday at 7 AM and 8 PM and Saturday at 6 PM.

At 5 PM, stick around for radio drama on The AIR Audio Playhouse. This week it’s the first half of Jules Verne’s Journey To The Center of The Earth.

Stay tuned all day, every day, for incredible music, thought-provoking talk and gut-busting comedy exclusively on The AIR.