Everything Is Broken playlist for 04/10/2012

Today’s featured guest is Kathryn Kolbert. Kathryn is the Director of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College in Manhattan. She is a public-interest attorney, journalist, and visionary in the not-for-profit world. She has been recognized by The National Law Journal as one of the "100 Most Influential Lawyers in America.” In 1992, Kolbert argued the landmark case of Planned Parenthood v. Casey before the U.S. Supreme Court. We will discuss political issues most important to women.

And … our pal Steve Wiehe will check in from Florida to give us his take on current events.

For music … singer-songwriter Lenny Kravitz.

Jim Dexter playlist for 04/10/2012

Jim's Show for Tuesday April 10, 2012

Primordial Sandwich playlist for 04/10/2012

My fill in for Finn's Revolution. Song playing under me was Michael Haggins' "Daybreak," winner for most hummable song in 2010, 2011 and 2012

The Rock and Roll Dance Party playlist for 04/10/2012

a radio in the dark

Purple Starlight playlist for 04/09/2012

Currently alternating with the Spin Zone on Monday mornings Midnight - 3am

Trim Mix Party playlist for 04/09/2012

that real boom bap hiphop top 15 countdown plus a dope tyme machine segment

Bob Longman Show playlist for 04/08/2012

Easter Edition
Requests: #1, #12, #15, #20

Jazz On The Air playlist for 04/08/2012

Music not only that was heard, but things that supported struggle and reflected the hearts and lives of people.The Joy of Jazz in our Lives not just our minds.
Yours Truly Ahmad Ali

Bob Duffy playlist for 04/07/2012

Only A Northern Song - A WUSB Beatles Covers Radiothon Special

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