By Angelo on Sun, 03/06/2016 - 2:23pm
Thursday March 10 at 6 PM will bring a very special event to Captain Rockit's Time Machine and 90.1 FM WUSB Stony Brook. A 2 hour special surrounding the sounds of the 1964 British Invasion. Making it all the more special is that an original invader Billy J. Kramer will be live in our WUSB studios as a guest host for this program. Billy had 2 Top 10 hits in the US in 1964 and 6 Top 100 chart singles in all. Billy was discovered by Beatles manager Brian Epstein and actually toured with the Beatles at one time. He will be joining us to talk about all of these experiences as well as telling us about his forthcoming book called "Do You Want To Know A Secret".
Along with Billy's music the soundtrack for this show will include music from The Zombies, The Hollies, Kinks, Animals, Peter And Gordon, Chad And Jeremy, Donovan and more. So join us for this one of a kind special evening only on 90.1 FM and streaming live worldwide at wusb.fm.
The Fugees' Pras Michel and Confessions of an Economic Hit Man's John Perkins Interviewed by Tom NeedhamBy Angelo on Wed, 03/02/2016 - 5:27pm
WHEN:Thursday, March 3.
Tom Needham’s The Sounds of Film will feature interviews with the Fugees’ Pras Michel discussing his film Sweet Micky For President, New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man’s John Perkins, and legendary director’s Terrence Mallick’s composer, Hanan Townshend, on Thursday at 6 P.M.
For more information, visit http://www.longisland.com/news/03-01-16/sound-of-film-john-perkins-pras-...
By Angelo on Fri, 02/19/2016 - 9:27pm
Captain Rockit's Time Machine presents this 6 hour tribute to George Harrison on what would have been his 73rd Birthday. Covering his entire career, but spotlighting George as a solo
Joining Captain Rockit behind the microphone to share his Harrison expertise will be John Tabacco, WUSB's host of Clam Radio. Also joining us (as long as she brings pizza) will be Eve from the Long Island Sound Show to join in on the fun. This show is Thursday Feb.25th from 6 PM-12 AM on 90.1 FM WUSB and streams live worldwide at WUSB.FM. A good time is guaranteed for all!
By Angelo on Wed, 02/17/2016 - 5:45pm
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an exclusive interview with prominent international lawyer and University of Illinois professor of international law Francis Boyle. Boyle was part of the team of lawyers who charged George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Tony Blair, Donald Rumsfeld and other members of the United States and United Kingdom governments with war crimes and torture in an international court, resulting in their conviction in absentia on these charges.
In this week’s interview, Boyle will discuss the aftermath of this case and conviction, the foreign policy of the United States and NATO and its impacts in the Middle East and elsewhere, the upcoming presidential election in the United States, other issues pertaining to international law and human rights, while Boyle also shares with us his analysis on Greece’s national debt and its memorandum agreements with the so-called troika, and what international law has to say about these issues.
In addition this week, Dialogos Radio will air a special feature with music written and performed by Greek and international artists, in solidarity with the refugees fleeing the Middle East and the Greek people in the Aegean islands who have helped the incoming refugees. This music will be accompanied by soundbites from the artists themselves, discussing their inspiration in producing this new music. Plus, Dialogos Radio will air its commentary of the week feature.
Tune in for all this and more on this week's edition of Dialogos Radio, this Thursday at 2 pm on WUSB and wusb.fm!
By Angelo on Wed, 02/17/2016 - 5:43pm
DATE: February 18, 2016
American writer, director and actor, Douglas McGrath, will be Tom Needham's special guest this Thursday at 6 PM on the Sounds of Film. They will be discussing his appearance in PBS' American Masters - Carole King: Natural Woman.
Also on the program is hip-hop legend DJ Kool Herc, who will be part of the Cinema Arts Centre's Black History Month festivities on Friday, February 19, at 9:30 PM.
More information about this program can be found here: http://www.longisland.com/news/02-16-16/sounds-of-film-douglas-mcgrath-d...