10 PM (Sunday): Radio Nothing: Rod Richardson
2 AM: Radio Nothing: Rod Richardson, continues (as a fill-in for The A List: Sam Hopkins)
6 AM: Alternative Radio: David Barsamian
7 AM: Rock Therapy: Rob Silber (fill-in for Bensonian Radio: Michael Benson)
9 AM: My Other Music: Joseph Celli
10:30 AM: Soundprint:Asia: Joseph Celli
12 Noon: Band Together Radio: Andy Kadison & Jerry Vigorito
1 PM: The Jazz Sound: Rick Petrone
4 PM: Kevin Gallagher
5 PM: Digging In The Dirt: Kevin Gallagher’s guest on Digging in the Dirt “is a neighbor of ours here at WPKN, just up the road off I-95… He’s Mark Bromford, the Director of Yale’s Sustainable Food Program. As a farmer, educator, advocate and leader, Mark has spent the last two decades immersed in creating sustainable food systems. Mark was the founding Director for the Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at the University of British Columbia. Mark joined Yale University as the Director for the Yale Sustainable Food Program in late 2011. Under the theme of ‘Food Literate Leadership,’ Mark aspires to position the Yale Sustainable Food Program at the forefront of a global movement for change in the food system.”
6:55 PM: WPKN Local News: for Connecticut and Long Island
7 PM: WPKN Evening News Report: National and International News
7:30 PM: CounterSpin: weekly news magazine from Fairness And Accuracy In Reporting
8 PM: Counterpoint: Scott Harris
- Barbara Maclean, a socialist feminist, manager of Oakland, California’s One Stop Career Center and a founder and organizer with Planning Beyond Capitalism discusses her recent thought provoking article, “Beyond Harvey Weinstein: What Can be Done?” with a focus on her proposal to form a Women’s Solidarity Network that could offer legal and educational assistance to groups of women combating sexual harassment and assault.
- Doyle Canning, cofounder of the Center for Story-based Strategy and Patrick Reinsborough, strategist, organizer and creative provocateur discuss their recent book, “Re: Imagining Change: How to Use Story-Based Strategy to Win Campaigns, Build Movements, and Change the World,” and article, “The best way to fight Trump is to challenge his narrative.”
- Alex Main, Senior Associate for International Policy at The Center for Economic and Policy Research assesses the November 26th Honduran presidential election, charges of human rights violations, corruption and drug trafficking linked to incumbent candidate Juan Orlando Hernández Alvarado — and the U.S. government’s relationship with the Hernández government and military.
- Stanley Heller, Promoting Enduring Peace administrator and producer of “The Struggle,” public affairs TV program talks about PEP’s upcoming Mark Shafer Lecture, Tuesday evening, November 28, at the United Church Parish House, Great Hall, 323 Temple St. New Haven, which will be delivered by Timothy Snyder, author of “On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century,” Snyder, one of the leading American historians and public intellectuals is the Housum Professor of History at Yale University, and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. The event is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30 PM for the 7 PM lecture.
10 PM: Writer’s Voice: Francesca Rheannon
Poet Rita Dove talks about her Collected Poems 1974–2004, published by WW Norton. Then, we honor our Thanksgiving tradition of airing Marge Bruchac’s true story of Thanksgiving and a reading of Francesca’s story, The Food Philosophe.
11 PM: Connecticut Rocks: Bob D’Aprile (fill-in for Real Music, Real Talk: Michael Dunham)
2 AM (Tuesday): The Techno Takeover: Tyler Wenning