MondayThis week kicks off with new episodes of Prognosis, AIR Guitar, Harrah’s Hard & Heavy and The Comedy Vault. Plus we have great episodes of The Best of The Real with Mark Wolfe and Patrick Felton’s That Conversation. Tune in at The AIR website, or on this nifty little widget…

At 3 PM tune in for Herman Linte’s Prognosis, a two-hour trip through the best progressive rock of the last fifty years. This week Herman brings you the floowing playlist:

ELP  “The Barbarian”
Atris  “Transformation”
Skytalk  “Hearing The Silence”
Andy Summers  “Animal Chatter
The Enid  :1000 Stars (Live)
Sierra  “72 Prolouge/Dead or Dying”
Gandalf’s Fist  “Shadowborn”
Lifesigns  “Carousel (live)”
Renaissance  “Mother Russia”
Aisles  “Club Hawaii”
Southern Empire  “How Long”
Pallas  “Something In The Deep”
Anderson/Wakeman  “House of Freedom”
Genesis  “The Battle of Epping Forest”
King Crimson  “The Great Deceiever”
Background music:  “Facade” by  Phiip Glass

At 5 PM it’s time for AIR Guitar, with Bob Geetar. This program is half electric/half acoustic for it’s hourly dose of “the beauty of the stringed, plucked instrument.” This week the electric half comes first and is dedicated to the pioneers of the amplified guitar. You’ll hear Duane Eddy, The Shadows, Dick Dale, Link Wray, Chet Atkins, Les Paul, Bo Diddley and more. The second half features acoustic guitar in an orchestral setting. You will hear John Williams and Steve Howe.

AIR Guitar is followed by replays of last week’s episodes of Ska Madness and The Punk Club.

7 PM sees an encore of That Conversation, wherein Patrick Felton speaks for 90 minutes with Dan Kehde, the founder and guiding force behind Contermporary Youth Arts Company in Charleston. This is followed by a special airing of The Goon Show.

At 9 PM tune in for The Best of The Real with Mark Wolfe, as Mark talks to cult radio personality Jerry Galvin.

10 PM sees the arrival of a brand-new edition of Harrah’s Hard & Heavy. This week Lee Harrah presents a tribute to fallen heroes, with music from Lemmy, Peter Steele, Joey Ramone, Ronnie James Dio, David Bowie, Johnny Cash and more. It’s a heartfelt hour of hard and heavy music from our local master of hard & heavy himself.

At 11 PM wrap up your night in The Comedy Vault, with classic recorded comedy from Brian Posehn, Andy Dick, Proctor and Bergman, George Carlin, Redd Foxx, Louis CK, Steve Martin and more.  It’s uncensored, and ready to make you laugh various and sundry body parts off.