Wednesday we dip into The AIR archives to bring you some Valentine’s Day treats. You can tune into on our sister internet radio station The AIR, as Beatles Blast and Curtain Call fill the air with love with love-themed encores, and later we have special airings of romantic episodes of MIRRORBALL, Prognosis and Sydney’s Big Electric Cat. You can listen at the website, or just stay right here and  listen to the convenient embedded radio player lurking elsewhere on this page.

Wednesday at 2 PM on Beatles Blast yours truly presents a love-themed mixtape, as we bring you nearly an hour of loves songs by The Beatles as a group and solo, along with some terrific covers of the Fab Four’s romantic classics.

Beatles Blast can be heard every Wednesday at 2 PM, with replays Thursdays at 9 PM, Saturday afternoons, and Sunday at 5 PM, exclusively on The AIR.

Then at 3 PM, we bring you a classic show where Mel Larch rounds up an hour of love songs from the stage for a special romantic edition of Curtain Call.  You’ll hear loves ongs from shows like The Lion King, Fun Home, Aspects of Love, Fiddler on The Roof, Anything Goes and more, and peformances by Linda Rondstadt, Michael Ball, The Beatles, Art Garfunkel, Betty Buckley and Ella Fitzgerald, among many others.  Mel’s introductions explain why these tunes are among her favorite love songs.

Curtain Call can be heard Wednesday at 3 PM, with replays Thursday at 7 AM and 8 PM and Saturday at 6 PM. An all-night marathon of Curtain Call episodes can be heard Wednesday nights, beginning at Midnight.

At 4 PM, we bring you an episode of Mel’s show, MIRRORBALL that features the music of Barry White and The Love Unlimited Orchestra.

At 8 PM Herman Linte’s Prognosis will bring us two hours of romantic progressive rock, Assembled, relunctantly I might add, by Herman as a Valentine’s Day mixtape two years ago.

At 10 PM, Sydney Fileen graces us with a love-themed episode of her own, as Sydney’s Big Electric Cat delivers a Valentine to us from the lockdown in the UK, recorded in 2021.

And, in case you’re one of those folks who hates Valentine’s Day, get out to the Empty Glass tonight at 9 PM for the Un-Valentine’s Day Party…