The TEDxSBU conference will be airing live on WUSB on Friday November 6, 2015. For more information about the conference, please visit: http://tedxsbu.stonybrook.edu/. The link will have the entire conference archived for later viewing and listening.


We are once again proud to present an all day tribute to the music and musings of Frank Zappa, American composer and iconoclast. Join Mr. Edison & John Tabacco (at least) for this year's extravaganza, October 31. . 

Listener's Digest: Week of October 18

*Special Programming*
SAY WHATS RADIO: Friday 3-5pm
Special guest Play Date takes over Say Whats Radio! ~Fill in for Oprah's Handbag~

Presenting the conclusion to the I-Con 27 Cabaret, featuring the Brobdingnagian Bards. Plus, volume 2, number 164 of Christopher DeFilippis' "DeFlip Side."

ps: It's radiothon yo!! Call your favorite DJs this week and make a pledge!

2nd Annual WUSB Oktoberfest Fundraiser Oct 24 and 25.

**Hosted by Garden of Eve Organic Farm**
Live music!
Ken Talve Trio
Quadralove Reggae
Bryan Gallo
The Complete Unknowns
Buddy Merriam and Back Roads


Listener's Digest: Week of October 11

WRITERS COMMA ICECREAM: Tuesday night, 7pm on WUSB2
Poet Cathy Linh Che earns that capital W. She swaps a mortgage down payment for an MFA, gives her notice at work, and wins book of the year. Recommended ice cream: listener’s choice!

BUSTIN' OUT BLUE: Tuesday night, 10pm-12am
Tuesday is Bluesday! Blues, News and Interviews. Tune in for guest DJs from local bands and phone interviews with national acts!

THE SOUNDS OF FILM: Thursday night, 6-8pm
Michael Moore talks where to invade next with Tom Needham! Also featured on the show will be Tab Hunter and Yaron Brook.

Catch Destinies' 8th annual live phone interview with author Patrick Thomas, who will discuss and read an excerpt from his latest book, Constellation Prize: Tales of the Startenders!

Michael Moore Talks "Where to Invade Next" with Tom Needham on WUSB’s The Sounds of Film

Tune into WUSB to hear an exclusive interview with Oscar-winning director Michael Moore on Tom Needham's The Sounds of Film this Thursday, October 15th at 6 P.M.  Also featured on the program is legendary actor/singer, Tab Hunter, who is featured in the new documentary, Tab Hunter Confidential, directed by Emmy award winner, Jeffrey Schwartz. And lastly (but not least), Tom will speak to Yaron Brook, the Executive Director of the Ayn Rand Institute, who was in New York City recently for the annual Atlas Shrugged Revolution Dinner.

For more information about tonight's guests, please visit the below:

Listener's Digest: Week of October 4

WRITERS COMMA ICECREAM: Tuesday night, 7pm on WUSB 2
Debut author JUDY MANDEL puts a marketing plan to the ultimate test. Amazon gets trumped by the NY Times, research notes make great house decor, and Barnes and Noble hearts a memoir. Recommended ice cream: chocolate gelato.
Check out Judy's website: http://www.replacementchild.com/Home.html

*Special Programming*
Wednesday, Oct. 5 during CAMPUS LIFETIME: 12-1pm
WUSB will be hosting and live broadcasting the FSA Fall Festival outside the library/bookstore! Have a listen and/or come by and say "hi" on the air!

DIALOGOS RADIO: Thursday 1-2pm
Catch an interview with Déborah Berman-Santana, retired professor of ethnic studies at Mills College in Oakland, CA, on the financial and political crisis in Puerto Rico and its striking similarities to the crisis in Greece

DESTINIES - THE VOICE OF SCIENCE FICTION: Filling in for Mix-tape Radio Thursday, 12-3am
Catch a Destinies Archive Mini-Marathon! Featuring The Voice of Science Fiction's September, 2001 interview with "Battlestar Galactica" actor & writer RICHARD HATCH; and episodes 9 & 10 of Star Wars!

*Special Programming*
SALSATHON: Friday 1am- Sunday 12am

21st Annual Salsathon on WUSB! Oct 9-11

The 21st annual Salsathon will take place from 1PM on Friday, October 9 to 11:59PM on Sunday October 11.

We will have our full complement of widely renowned non commercial radio producers as well as collectors, critics, and critical thinkers as well as a WUSB contingent and local community participation.