On Air


Bob Duffy playlist for 03/22/2013

fill-in Dj : Bob Longman

WUSB Alternatives playlist for 03/22/2013

Angelo filling in for Chris on the first Saturday morning of Radiothon. Thank you to Dan in Plainview and Jeff in Ronkonkoma for making your pledge of support.

Hectic Electric playlist for 03/22/2013

The best, freshest and newest EDM!

Whatever Floats Yer Boat playlist for 03/21/2013

Today I'll be talking about the breach at Old Inlet, just south of Bellport in the Bellport Bay. There is a lot of controversy over this new cut that Superstorm Sandy made last October. Here are some links and other info you may find useful if you are interested in this topic:

So if it isn't the breach, what is it? Here's one theory: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/imageo/2013/02/14/east-coast-sea-level...

It's not just the south shore bays! Check out these video clips from NJ and MA:

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 03/21/2013

Mark Klein's Fri.morning
Blues Warehouse (8-10am)

Trim Mix Party playlist for 03/21/2013

this week we had special guests the rockboy g'z plus mikey fresh was in the house and we rocked the freestyle session..plus a new top 15 and a off the hook tyme machine mixxx

Lunchtime playlist for 03/21/2013

Friday 10 am to Noon


Oprah's Handbag playlist for 03/21/2013

FILl ins germanium

Mix Tape playlist for 03/20/2013

slight irregularities

Clam Radio playlist for 03/20/2013

Spring Radiothon talk and a happy birthday salute to singer songwriter Joe Gioglio.

Blues At Dawn playlist for 03/19/2013


Blue Grass Time playlist for 03/19/2013

6-7 PM Radiothon starts tonight followed by the ball game, Playoffs

The Outer Library playlist for 03/19/2013

New College Music with your host Mike Gildersleeve every other Wednesday Night from 10pm to 12 Midnight

Everything Is Broken playlist for 03/18/2013

Our show will begin a two-week look at those amongst us that pose a very real threat within the USA. Specifically hate and extremist groups that are armed and dangerous and intent upon mayhem. While they may call themselves “Patriots” even, we categorize them as domestic terrorists.

Our featured guest is Francis Hamit is an author and playwright who once spent 21 years in the industrial security business. Francis served in the U.S. Army Security Agency in Vietnam and Germany. His security career also included consulting about risk assessment and threats to people and property from various hazards, including terrorism.

His latest novel addresses the domestic terrorist threat posed by so-called patriot militias. It is called “Meltdown.”

His books can be purchased as e-books on Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, and KOBO, as well as PDF files through Ingram Digital. http://www.ingramcontent.com/pages/home.aspx. Print editions are also available and can also be ordered directly from Pathway Book Service 800.345.6665. Print link for “Meltdown”: