Tuesday on The AIR we kick off a mini-vacation with a slate of previously-enjoyed specialty shows. To hear these you may point your cursor over and tune in at the website, or you could just stay on this page, and listen to this happy little embedded radio player…
Memorial Day is the unofficial beginning of Summer (or the unofficial beginning of the second wave, if you’re pessimistic) and in the grand tradition of broadcasting history, The AIR will be in reruns for the next few days. In our case, it’s so we can do some computer maintainance that might make your PopCulteer’s life a little easier, but the plan is to bring you some of our classic programs for the next two or three days, and then return on Friday with new stuff for you to listen to.
Hot off our holiday weekend marathon of Radio Free Charleston, we continue to take another week off from RFC and The Swing Shift and we also bring you a classic episode of NOISE BRIGADE. At 10 AM and 10 PM, we’ll bring you several different episodes of Radio Free Charleston, and all week long, instead of replaying the same shows in our regular replay spots, we’ll mix up new and old versions of RFC with episodes of RFC International.
At 2 PM we’ll bring you an encore of NOISE BRIGADE, Steven Allen Adams’ Punk-Ska showcase.
At 3 PM, The Swing Shift brings you three encore episodes. Our Swing showcase will return with new episodes next week. You can hear The Swing Shift Tuesday at 3 PM, with replays Wednesday at 7 AM and 6 PM, Thursday at 7 PM and Saturday at 5 PM, only on The AIR. You can also hear all-night marathons, seven hours each, starting at Midnight Thursday and Sunday evenings.
Wednesday at 2 PM we have a new episode of Beatles Blast, featuring The Lost Beatles Project. This show is new because I cooked up a batch of five of these to run until halfway through next month.
Wednesday at 3 PM we will bring you all three episodes of Mel Larch’s recent tribute to Stephen Sondheim on Curtain Call.
Wednesday in PopCult, the plan is to bring you a review of a cool action figure playset, while your humble blogger is elbow-deep in installing a new video card and memory into his workhorse PC.