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SEAWOLVES ON WUSB - UPCOMING SCHEDULE

12/6 - MBB at Princeton - 4:15 PM
12/13 - MBB at Providence - 11:45 AM
12/19 - WBB LAFAYETTE - 6:45 PM
12/21 MBB- LOYOLA - 1:45 PM
12/23 - MBB AMERICAN - 6:45 PM
12/28 - WBB WESTERN MICHIGAN - 2:15 PM

Full WUSB sports schedule and more information can be found at www.wusb.fm/sports

Upcoming shows at The University Cafe, co-sponsored by WUSB

The Sunday Street Acoustic Series, co-sponsored by WUSB-FM, has returned to the University Cafe' this fall. This showcase has a rich history of bringing national and internationally touring artists to Stony Brook University's University Cafe', and this season's list of shows continues in that tradition.

Sunday, November 23: Garland Jefferies
Sunday, December 7: Ellis Paul
Sunday, December 14: Winter Pills

For more artist and ticket information, please visit http://universitycafe.org/sunday-concerts.php

Tonight's Sounds of Film Presents...

Tune into Sounds of Film this Thursday at 6PM for an exclusive interview with the award-winning director of HBO's Regarding Susan Sontag, Nancy Kates. Also on the show is Signe Baumae, who directed the animated festival hit, Rocks in my Pocket.

The Sounds of Film, hosted by Tom Needham, is the nation's longest running film-themed radio show.

 The program presents a unique mix of film news, interviews and music, Recent guests include Kurtis Blow, composer Mark Isham, Wendy and Lisa, Jesse Ventura, Dr. Cornel West, Run DMC's Daryl McDaniels, Billy Joel and Peter Fonda

Dialogos Radio: Kati Marton, Thursday at 1:30PM!

This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will be featuring a groundbreaking and exclusive interview on a topic which has rarely been discussed openly in Greece. On our program this week, we will be interviewing longtime ABC News and National Public Radio journalist Kati Marton, author of "The Polk Conspiracy: Murder and Cover-Up in the Case of CBS News Correspondent George Polk." This book presents the true story behind the murder of journalist George Polk in Greece in 1948, in the midst of the country's civil war, and the cover-up which followed, by the right-wing government of Greece at the time, with the collaboration of the intelligence agencies of the United States and Britain.

This book was banned in Greece and has never circulated, and in this week's interview, Marton will share more details about who George Polk was, why his reporting was considered troublesome in Greece, the United States, and in Britain, and she will reveal the true circumstances behind Polk's murder and the subsequent cover-up which followed. She will share many details from the investigation which she conducted, as well as explain why the book remains censored in Greece today. Marton will also discuss the new release of "The Polk Conspiracy" as an e-book, as part of the "Forbidden Bookshelf" series.

In addition to this week's interview, we will also feature our commentary of the week segment, as well as a special tribute to musician Lakis Papadopoulos.

Tune in for this exclusive interview, commentary, and music special, TODAY at 1:30 pm on WUSB 90.1 FM and wusb.fm!

Kill the Messenger director on the Sounds of Film

Tune into a special edition of the Sounds of Film this Thursday evening at 8 P.M.for an exclusive interview with Focus Features' Kill the Messenger's director, Michael Cuesta. Host, Tom Needham, will be speaking with Michael about his new film about the controversial journalist, Gary Webb, who reported about the CIA's role in cocaine trafficking.

The show will also feature a special interview with Antonio Sanchez, drummer and music composer of the critically-acclaimed film Birdman starring Michael Keaton.

The Sounds of Film is the nation's longest-running film-themed radio show. For over 26 years, the show has featured a unique mix of film music, news and interviews. Recent guests include Billy Joel, Big Daddy Kane, Dionne Warwick, Peter Fonda, Jesse Ventura, Academy Award Winner Barbara Kopple and Red Hot Chili Pepper's Cliff Martinez.