2:00 a.m. Conscious, Soul Talk 6:00 a.m. Cliff Furnold, Working Title
- 9:00 a.m.:Immigrant Voices, Part Two Anthony Riccio visits live and presents part 2 of the episode titled "Voices from the Great Depression." In this broadcast we will listen to excerpts of recorded oral history interviews with Italian Americans from New Haven and Boston who recount their experiences surviving the Depression and how people, because neighborhoods and families were intact, pulled together to help one another during difficult economic times. The stories will reconstruct not only personal and family struggles but will revisit some of Boston and New Haven's neighborhoods. The program will include popular and traditional music of the period.
10:00 a.m. Binnie Klein, (A Miniature World )
- 11:00 a.m.: Binnie Klein welcomes longtime New Yorker film critic and bestselling author David Denby. They'll talk, among other things, about his book Snark -- that tone of teasing, snide, undermining abuse, nasty and knowing, that's so common in media and on the internet
12:00 East End Ink
- Earth Day on Long Island. Shinnecock Elder Elizabeth Haile and native activist Becky Geniatalk about preserving the earth and native remains and the heritage of Long Island's first people. With music by members of the Shinnecock Nation. Recorded on Earth Day at Indian Island County Park
- This month's show hosts high school students Stephon Richardson and Ben Zaretskiy, ECA music majors, who will talk about their experiences at their Arts magnet school in New Haven.
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