9-27-schedOur Wednesdays always bring lots of very cool stuff to The AIR.  Thousands of folks are tuning in for our NEW FALL SEASON and you can hear why at the website, or on this nifty embedded radio machine doohickey…

Wednesday we offer up new episodes of Life Speaks To Michele Zirkle, Beatles Blast, Curtain Call, Word Association with Lee & Rudy and The Comedy Vault, plus we have other special coolness awaiting you.

The morning brings you replays of The Swing Shift and three hours of great local music in the AIR MUSIC MIX.

At 11 AM it’s a special presentation of The Mystery Hour.

Noon sees 90 minutes of Mrs. PopCulteer, Mel Larch, first hosting a replay of Curtain Call, and then also hosting a classic episode of On The Road with Mel.

At 1:30 PM it’s time for an all-new edition of Life Speaks to Michele Zirkle.  This week we bring you the overrun from Michele’s conversation with Verbal Abuse counselor, Patricia Evans, and Michele discusses her own Verbal Abuse mentoring program. You can hear a replay of Life Speaks at 7 PM.

At 2 PM music takes over witha brand-new Beatles Blast, hosted by yours truly, as we look at the longest songs the Beatles recorded, together and solo.

At 3 PM a brand-new Curtain Call presents part one of a two-part salute to the Bernstein/Sondheim classic, West Side Story, on the occasion of the 6oth anniversary of its debut.  The show is recreated using performances from different productions and some wild cover versions of tunes from the legendary musical take on Romeo and Juliet.

The AIR Audio Playhouse brings you part one of a Jules Verne classic at 5 PM and our double-shot of The New Music Show and The (BS) Crazy Show follow that.

Following a replay of today’s new episode of Life Speaks, we have a new episode of Word Association with Lee & Rudy at 7:30 PM. This week your pop culture pontificators take on the subject of reboots.

8 PM sees a replay of Monday’s new episode of Prognosis, as Herman Linte brings you the music of Gentle Giant. At 10 PM we present Marking Out with BelVillain and Betty, and at 11 PM it’s time for The Comedy Vault, new this week with a collection of the work of Shelly Berman, who recently passed away.

For the rest of what to expect, just check out that nice schedule graphic that accompanies this post. I made it just for you.

You can always keep up with the latest programming notes on The AIR here in PopCult. It’s our unofficial companion radio station.