Saturday, May 09, 2009

Saturday, May 9 on WPKN

2:00 a.m. Rich Kaminsky, Off-Beat 6:00 a.m. World of Radio 6:30 a.m. Dave Zinovenko, The Carousel 10:00 a.m.Bob Johnson's Second Saturday Magazine Second Saturday Magazine with co-hosts Bob Johnson and Jo Williamson:
  • 10:05 AM Guest Sheila Weller is the author of GIRLS LIKE US. Weller talks about the triple biography of Carole King, Joni Mitchell, and Carly Simon who remain among the most enduring women in popular music.
  • 10:15 AM POSTCARDS FROM THE BUMP You may be a day, a week, or even months away from holding your little one, but if you pay attention to those flutters, rolls, kicks, and cravings, you'll find there's plenty to learn.
  • 10:30 AM Sharon Reed Abboud ALL MOM S WORK This book is for moms who decided to stay at home to care for their children but who are now ready to -- or need to -- go back to work.
  • 10:45 AM Carolee Brakewood and Blanca Lopez are two moms running for the school board in Port Chester New York. We will talk about their campaign to change the way a community runs their school.
  • 11:00 AM Marjorie Kernan THE BALLAD OF WEST 10TH STREET Once upon a time in Manhattan there stood a pair of fine old brick townhouses on West Tenth Street. One had a blue door with a tarnished brass knocker in the shape of a dolphin Behind the blue door lived Sadie, the widow of a famous British rocker who died of an overdose.
  • 11:15 AM Author Marion Goldstein's book HARD TO PLACE is about adoption. Goldstein s memoir is about a mother and the power of love.
  • 12:15 PM Ilana Trachtman director and producer of the film PRAYING WITH LIOR. "Warm-hearted and mesmerizing, made with equal parts admiration and astonishment."
  • 12:30 PM Live in studio with Bright Brown from their website: These songs are soundtracks to the victories and defeats of the everyday, evoking personal poetry projected on the world view. Vocalist Alex Nahas also plays the Chapman Stick, a seldom seen ten-stringed electric instrument covering a sonic range from deep, earthy bass to shimmering highs, laid gingerly upon the visceral grooves, warm brush strokes, and metallic bursts of Nick Smeraski's drumming.
  • 1:10 PM Live in studio "Local singer-songwriter Leah Siegel is developing a serious buzz with her solid songwriting chops, thoughtful lyrics and a voice that sounds a bit like Chan Marshall imagining how Jeff Buckley might interpret Billie Holiday. Unquestionably one to watch." Time Out New York
2:00 p.m. Between The Lines (see Tuesday for line-up) 2:30 p.m. Radio Free Bridgeport 3:00 p.m. Ken Best, Good Music 6:00 p.m. Scott Shapleigh, Leaving The the 20th Century With No Regrets 10:00 p.m. Mikki, Mikki's Room 2:00 a.m. Tom Poplawski, Radio Free Arcadia Technorati tags: ,