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Prognosis For The New Year On The AIR

We continue to bring you our new year’s new schedule on The AIR, and Thursday sees a new episode of Prognosis. You can listen at the website, or on this embedded radio player…

Our new Thursday morning sees Psychedelic Shack gaining an addtional replay at 9 AM, followed by a replay of the previous week’s edition of Sydney’s Big Electric Cat at 10 AM and Radio Free Charleston International at Noon. Then at 2 PM we replay this week’s new episode of Radio Free Charleston, before kicking into a brand-new Prognosis at 3 PM.

This week Herman Linte presents two hours of fantastic progressive rock at 3 PM, with a new show featuring music from Pink Floyd, Big Big Train, Frank Zappa and much more. Then at 5 PM, starting this week, we follow that with a classic episode of Prognosis, giving you four solid hours of challenging and progressive music.

This week’s show includes the following:

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Big Big Train “The Transit of Venus Across The Sun”
Emperor Norton “Act III: Arrow”
Davie Steelman “Triplets”
Stone Angel Syndrome “Trans Lunar Express”
The Kentish Spires “Kingdom of Kent”
The Longing “Monsters”
Pink Floyd “High Hopes”
Frank Zappa and the London Symphony Orchestra “Bogus Pomp”
69 Windmills “UFO John”
Skitzo “Mother’s Revenge”
Dead End Space “Rituals”
IT “The Working Man”
Al DiMeola “Michaelangelo’s 7th Child.

Prognosis can be heard every Thursday at 3 PM, with replays Friday at 7 AM, Saturday at 8 AM, Tuesday at 8 PM and Wednesday at 10 PM, exclusively on The AIR. Also tune in Monday at 11 PM for a weekly eight-hour marathon of the best of Prognosis.

Our Thursday evening We continue to let our listeners play catch-up with the week’s new episodes of The Swing Shift, Curtain Call, Beatles Blast and Psychedelic Shack, beginning at 7 PM. At 11 PM we bring you an hour of comedy, then we kick into the all-night marathon of The Swing Shift.

Tomorrow we’ll tell you about new episodes of Radio Free Charleston International, and Sydney’s Big Electric Cat, and we’ll let you know about changes to the weekend programming schedule.

1 Comment

  1. Skitzo

    Thank you very much for playing our track! Very much appreciated

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