wednesday-5-31-logoA stompy new episode of Life Speaks To Michele Zirkle a timely episode of  Curtain Call and the second episode of our new show about Professional Wrestling headline your day of programming on The AIR. You can tune in at the website, or on this embedded radio player…

In “Stomp Those Divots of Frustrationm” this week’s brand-new episode of Life Speaks To Michele Zirkle, Michele addresses the idea of a more primal approach to anger management. In her words, “What are you waiting for? Stomp those divots of frustration. Throw your TEMPER TANTRUM and get what you want. It’s okay. Kids do it. So can you!” Tune in Wednesday at 1:30 PM on The AIR, with a replay at 7 PM. Don’t forget you can learn more about Michele’s views on life and how the spiritual and physical worlds coexist at her website, where you can also find out about her book, Rain No Evil.

Then at 2 PM The Best of The Real with Mark Wolfe sees Mark talk to some obscure pop culture blogger.

At 3 PM  Mel Larch brings you a a preview of the musicals nominated for the 2017 Tony Awards, including work by Josh Groban and Tim Minchin.  In this week’s Curtain Call, you will hear: “If I Had My Time Here Again” and “Day One” from Groundhog Day; “Pierre” and “Letters” from Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812; “Welcome To The Rock,” “Prayer” and “Something’s Missing” from Come From Away; and “Waving Through A Window,” Requiem” and “Only Us” from Dear Even Hansen.

The Tony Awards air this Sunday, June 11 on CBS. 

002At 5 PM, It’s a new Beatles Blast, presenting the first part of a show dedicated to the soundtrack to All This And World War II, one of the most messed-up projects to ever involved music by the Beatles. This week you will hear Beatle tunes covered by the likes of Elton John, Ambrosia, Leo Sayer, Jeff Lynne, Roy Wood, Keith Moon and others, all backed up by The London Symphony Orchestra. This was recorded to accompany stock footage from the second World War. It’s goofier than it sounds, and next week we bring you part two, which is even more bizarre.

6 PM sees The NEW MUSIC SHOW, followed at 6:30 PM by the now-daily Crazy Show. At 7 PM we have a replay of Life Speaks, followed at 7:30 PM by Word Association with Lee & Rudy. Prognosis airs at 8 PM.

Then at 10 PM it’s the second edition of Marking Out, our new hour-long show devoted to Professional Wrestling, which comes to us from WMUL radio in Huntington. Hosted by Matt BelVillain and Betty Rock, this weekly show will fill you in on everything you need to know about WWE, NXT, ROH, Impact Wrestling and even the local indy scene.

That’s followed by The Comedy Vault at 11 PM. Then at midnight listeners can settle in for an all-night marathon of mind-hurting weirdness.  All part of the unique programming on The AIR.