All week long on The AIR, we will be running marathons of our most popular programs as a way to introduce them to new audiences and allow their fans to binge-listen to their favorites. This is in no way a cheap stunt to allow your PopCulteer to schedule re-runs for a week in advance so that he can get out of town and not have to worry about it.
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Sunday, you can hear Six Degress of Separation, the in-depth interview show featuring local musicians, recorded at The Empty Glass and hosted by Jason “Roadblock” Robinson and Tim Dorsey, from Noon until 8 PM. At 8 PM, tune in for four hours of The Best of The Real with Mark Wolfe. Overnight you can listen in shock and amazement as Word Association with Lee & Rudy goes into overdrive.
Monday you’ll be treated to marathons of Prognosis, hosted by Herman Linte, Harrah’s Hard & Heavy and That Conversation with Patrick Felton. Tuesday sees Radio Free Charleston bring you local music from 7 AM until 3 Pm. At 3 PM The Swing Shift takes over until Midnight before giving way to The Booster Pack, with Chase Henderson and Terry Bartley.
Wednesday you can hear every episode to date of Life Speaks with Michele Zirkle Marcum, beginning at 9 AM. Mel Larch takes over at 3 PM with nine hurs of show tunes on Curtain Call. At Midnight, The Gibby Hunters go nuts.
Thursday being Thanksgiving, we’re treating you to a full day of Radio Free Charleston and Radio Free Charleston International, all mixed together from 7 AM to 1 AM. The overnight shift before Black Friday is filled with The Mystery Hour.
Black Friday is a comedy smorgasboard, with Laugh Applachia, The Comedy Hour, The Goon Show and a brand-new episode of our new program, The Third Shift, running all day long.
Saturday, starting at 12 AM, you will be able to indulge in 24 hours of New Wave music with the Sydney’s Big Electric Cat marathon. Next Sunday you can tune in at 11 AM for a replay of our Halloween marathon presentation of Book One of The Stand, by Stephen King.
All this will be going on while we juggle posts with the 2016 PopCult Gift Guide, so pay attention folks. It’s going to be crazy here.