Posted Oct 24, 2014 by Dave Repetto • Tags:
"Perceptions in Political Thinking" returns on Saturdays @11:00am and replayed on Tuesdays at 6:30pm. Frank Bonn, retired college instructor of Political Science, reviews the current political scene and wonders what the framers of the constitution would think. His show this week is titled "The twenty-one day Curse."
“It’s Elementary” -- Monday’s at 7:30am and 4:00pm – Returning for its eighth year, this show features the students of River Valley Elementary who share their readings, projects and even the lunch menu.
“Robin’s Roost” – 2:00pm Sunday October 27 Who could imagine that orchestra leader, composer, & pianist Duke Ellington, the leading drummer of the Be-Bop era, Max Roach, and Charlie Mingus who revolutionized jazz bass playing would spend a whole day in a New York studio recording together for the first and only time? The results are all here!
"Musical Memories" -- HALLOWEEN SHOW. 5:00 p.m. Sun. Oct. 26 and 9:00 a.m. Wed. Oct. 29. Host Stan Sabal's spooktacular playlist conjures goblin musical treats that even makes Satan dance the devil away.
“Wilbur Fibble Comedy Hour” -- 8:00 pm Monday October 27. Lucille Ball, Danny Kaye, Benny Hill, Jimmy Durante and a host of others fill this hour with rare recording of their humor and music.
"Miller's Cave" annual Halloween WeirdFest runs on Saturday 4-6pm eastern. Full of obscure, strange and spooky skeletons from the closets of rockabilly, r&b, rock and roll; loaded with ghouls, ghosts, witches, werewolves, monsters and spacemen from the 50's, 60's and beyond.
"JEML Mixes" -- 9:00pm Saturday October 25 Jim's "little bit of everything" is what I call a "master blaster" It includes only tunes I've used in past playlists for WRHC. A few songs were used several times but most had only one play. It is some of the best from JEML's 6+ years with WRHC. It's a celebration of my promotion.
The roll starts with some country blues and meanders between Chicago and New Orleans Blues giants from the 20's through a jazzy flourish, at the 1/2 way point in the program. We'll switch to some folk and vintage country music before we twist toward that reliable country and folk that shifts into some blue grass. We'll miss most of the bonus cuts through some more folk,Americana, and punky alternative tunes.