Tune in to hear some old favorites, along with tracks from CDs recently arrived at the station. Singer/songwriter Hugh O’Doherty will also be joining host Nick Noble live in the studio between 7:30-8 PM.
Mozambican guitarist and singer Albino Mbie returns to DreamFarm with singer Isable Novella who also hails from Mozambique. Together they share a rich blend of African sounds and Jazz idioms. Moz Jazz and floating voices this week at the farm.
Can you imagine checking out a genuine astronomical telescope from a local library to view the moon, plants and stars? Tonight on Inquiry we speak with JOHN ROOT of the Aldrich Society Inc and Coordinator of the Library Telescope Program in Massachusetts all about this amazing program and how it works.
From 1969 to 1972, Howard Smith interviewed some of the most iconic musicians and cultural figures of the time and aired those fascinating interviews on his New York radio show. These interviews included luminaries like Lou Reed, Norman Mailer, Andy Warhol and Jim Morrison. Smith talked with Janis Joplin just days before she died. Nobody knew what happened to the tapes of those interviews until very recently when they were rediscovered. Tonight on Inquiry, we talk with filmmaker and sculptor EZRA BOOKSTEIN who has edited these interviews and gotten them published in THE SMITH TAPES: ROCK STARS AND ICONS: 1969-1972.To listen to some of these interviews, go to: www.TheSmithTapes.com .
Los Angeles based vocalist Dave Damiani, is a proud throwback to the Rat Pack days of Frank Sinatra and the music of the Great American Songbook. Dave discusses the challenges and joys of keeping a big band employed, as well as the different attitude he’s experienced from younger musicians, who Dave feels are more positive about the performance experience.
POSITIVE NOISE will be back the first Monday of every month, starting with JANUARY 4 at 10PM. Tune in and listen to Uncle Mark as he spins everything from British Invasion through Punk and New Wave to No Wave and new alternative rock. Tonight there will also be a special salute to Britain' legendary TWO-TONE RECORDS.
Join host Tom Shaker as we celebrate the man who brought us Al Green, Ann Peeples, OV Wright and Syl Johnson, to name just a few. He was the mastermind behind Memphis soul music, not to mention a great trumpeter and bandleader. It all starts at 7pm!
Jazz Night in America explores jazz prodigies from different eras. We highlight 11-year-old pianist, Joey Alexander, whose first album came out this spring.
Jane Bryant Quinn is a leading personal finance journalist who has been advising Americans for over 30 years with her syndicated columns and bestselling books. As we embark on a new year many folks will be wondering if the stock market will rise or if their hard earned savings are safe. Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al speaks with Jane Bryant Quinn about her new book: HOW TO MAKE YOUR MONEY LAST. In it she points out how to save more for retirement and how to keep your money growing.
Inquiry kicks off the New Year with an hour special on how our brains create the emotions we feel.
How does our brain process fear? What are emotions and how are they different from feelings? These are just a few of the questions we will talk about tonight when we have a conversation with LEAH OLSON, who is a teacher and has a PhD in neuroscience. Together with Elizabeth Johnston, she has written an outstanding review of the science of THE FEELING BRAIN: THE BIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY OF EMOTIONS.
Tonight on Inquiry, we continue our conversation about the biology and psychology of emotions when we talk with ELIZABETH JOHNSTON. She has a doctorate in visual neuroscience from Oxford University and is currently on the psychology faculty of Sarah Lawrence. She is the co-author, with Leah Olson, of the monumental textbook THE FEELING BRAIN: THE BIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY OF EMOTIONS. Tonight we will talk about what the latest research says about the role of our physical body in experiencing emotions, making decisions and addictive behavior. And we talk about Phineas Gage and the crowbar case.
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