Our musical 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 an impromptu show that Michele recorded while out on a walk over the weekend. Last week we told you about how Michele would be stepping back from the weekly grind of producing a radio show, but we left the door open for her to return any time she wanted to, and this week the opportunity presented itself, so she offers up a new verbal essay on doing things your own way.
Life Speaks to Michele Zirkle can be heard this 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 blast of music by and about the lads from Liverpool. This week listen to the novelty oldies band, Big Daddy, cover the entire Sgt. Pepper album. 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 bring you a brand-new episode featuring a random assortment of show tunes. This week it’s totally random, as Mel jumps wildly from Broadway classics to obscure productions, off-Broadway hits and maybe a few flops, along the way. Among the musicals you will hear sampled on this week’s program are The Rhythm Club, The scarlet Pimpernel, A Letter To Harvey Milk, Camelot, Cannibal The Musical, Can-Can and more.
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 speak with reverence about the legacy of The Marx Toy Company in a show that was recorded just days after the announcement that the Marx Toy Museum would close back in early 2016.
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 full day of fine programming…