Wednesday marks the middle of the week, and we have more cool programming to prop up your spirits on The AIR! Tune in to the website, or on the embedded player below for this week’s slate of stimulating programs.
Our new morning line-up on Wednesday continues with The Swing Shift at 7 AM, followed by Prognosis at 9 AM, Psychedelic Shack at 11 AM and an encore of a classic Curtain Call at Noon. We are re-presenting classic episodes of On The Road with Mel at 1 PM.
At 1;30 PM, Life Speaks to Michele Zirkle presents the conclusion of Michele’s discussion with Pete Yeaple, an advocate and podcaster specializing in the use of medicinal marijuana and alternative healing as a means of replacing the products of Big Pharma. Pete relates his own story about how marijuana and Reiki healing helped him kick an over-reliance on prescription meds.
Life Speaks to Michele Zirkle can be heard Wednesday at 1:30 PM and 7 PM, with replays on The AIR Friday at 9:30 AM and Sunday at 7 PM.
At 2 PM Beatles Blast presents one-hour audio collage of interviews with the lads from Liverpool. Beatles Blast can be heard Wednesday at 2 PM, Thursday at 11 AM and 9 PM, Friday at 5 PM, and Tuesday at 9 AM.
At 3 PM Wednesday on Curtain Call, we re-present both parts of Mel Larch’s recent two-part, not-safe-for-work, salute to comedy in musical theater, with tunes from Book of Mormon, Avenue Q and other hilarious shows.
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 7:30 PM, we have gone into the AIR Archives and unearthed the missing seven episodes of Word Association with Lee and Rudy. These shows were misplaced on a stray hard drive and have not been heard in more than two years. We’ll bring them to you over the next seven weeks, and hopefully follow these with some new shows.
This week you can hear Lee Harrah and Rudy Panucci ramble about Oddball Comics, saluting the comic book publishers of the past, like Charlton, Gold Key, Warren, and books like CARtoons Magazine and Space: 1999.
Stay tuned all day, every day, for incredible music, thought-provoking talk and gut-busting comedy exclusively on The AIR. And check out the full schedule below, including our revamped evening programming…