Whatever Floats Yer Boat playlist for 04/06/2012

These are some of the websites that have petitions you can sign to help pass the shark fin ban. a great site has lots of educational information for grade school kids

Here is a copy of a letter from the SharkAngels website you can use to send to your Senator or Assemblyman.

SUBJECT: Please support S.6431/A.7707a to protect sharks and our oceans
Dear Legislator,
Every year, tens of millions of sharks are killed primarily for their fins. In just a few decades, some regional shark populations have declined by over 95%, and their populations continue to plummet. Due to the economics at stake, shark finning, the primary reason sharks are caught, is unsustainable, and often unregulated, illegal and inhumane. Fins bought in New York support this industry and are driving the staggering decline in shark populations.

Lunchtime playlist for 04/06/2012

Bob Longman, sub

Oprah's Handbag playlist for 04/06/2012


Mix Tape playlist for 04/05/2012

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Clam Radio playlist for 04/05/2012

Pledge talk and music and Stan Ridgway celebrates a birthday.

Into The Fire with JoJo playlist for 04/04/2012


Blues At Dawn playlist for 04/04/2012


Blue Grass Time playlist for 04/04/2012

6-8 PM Radiothon continues-A Tribute to the late Earl Scruggs

The Outer Library playlist for 04/04/2012

New Underground Independant and Self Release tunes with your host Mike Gildersleeve from 10pm to 12 mid every other wednesday

Everything Is Broken playlist for 04/03/2012

Today’s featured guest is OZZIE ZEHNER. Ozzie is the author of "Green Illusions: The Dirty Secrets of Clean Energy and the Future of Environmentalism". He is a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley. He researches the social, cultural, political and economic conditions influencing energy policy priorities and project outcomes. His work also incorporates symbolic roles that energy technologies play within political and environmental movements. His other research interests include consumerism, urban policy, environmental governance, international human rights, and forgeries. We will discuss the automobile ... and its future.

We will also hear from J. David Gray – our resident scribe. David will reprise his very first essay on this program – “Lisa” – inspired by my image of the same name. go to and look at the image.