6:00 am Doug Echols filling in for Rob Reeves’ Its a Hit
9:00 am Car Bob and Diesel Doug: call in with your questions about automotive and transportation issues … 203-336-9756
11:00 am Barricada: John Lugo and friends – en español
1:00 pm Second Saturday Magazine: Bob Johnson talks with…
1:00 PM Leah Fisch is the founder of Recycle the City: Organize your life. Leah is a contributor to the Discovery/TLC networks HOARDERS: BURIED ALIVE, she will be in studio and we will invite callers.
1:30 PM Laura Munson’s book THIS IS NOT THE STORY YOU THINK IT IS is true to its title. The book took me by surprise. I read it in one sitting and loved Munson’s tone, wit, wisdom and writing. Anita Shreve, author of The Pilot’s Wife.
1:45 PM New York Times contributor, Judith Warner, talks about her controversial new book WE VE GOT ISSUES: CHILDREN AND PARENTS THE AGE OF MEDICATION. Listening to Prozac author, Peter Kramer says that Warner considers children and psychotheraputic medicine The result is a caring and informed book
2:00 PM Neil Young Biographer Jimmy McDonough writes, this time, about TAMMY WYNETTE: TRAGIC COUNTRY QUEEN.Publisher weekly blurbs: Mc Donough has crafted a fitting tribute to a country music icon.
2:15 PM Guest Susan Senator discusses her new book, THE AUTISM MOM’S SURVIVAL GUIDE. The book contains many parents stories and ideas on handling feelings of despair and hopelessness, caring for your marriage, enjoying your life as an adult not just as a parent
2:30 PM Randi Davenport is the author of THE BOY WHO LOVED TORNADOS: A MOTHER S STORY. This is a story of how one brave mother searched for treatment and care for her psychotic son.
2:45 PM Journalist Jim Frederick’s BLACK HEARTS was featured as on a recent cover of the New York Times Sunday Book Review. The Times called the book Riveting A narrative that combines elements of In Cold Blood and Black Hawk Down with a touch of Apocalypse Now Extraordinary.
3:00 PM Walter Mosley has a new crime series and its second book KNOWN TO EVIL has him back on the bestseller lists. In a recent CNN interview Mosley said, “I’m an American from the soles of my feet to the hair that once adorned my head.”
3:20 PM Aife Murray has written about Emily Dickinson, MAID AS MUSE: HOW SERVANTS CHANGED EMILY DICKINSON’S LIFE AND LANGUAGUE. Murray is a Dickinson scholar and has found that the poet may have not been the recluse she was once thought to be.
3:40 PM Photographer/Artist and UC Santa Barbara Art Professor Kip Fulbeck returns to the program to talk about his new book MIXED: POTRAITS OF MULTIRACIAL KIDS. Times have changed since he was growing up… The census, for instance, now allows people to check off more than one box to describe their ethnic background.
4:00 pm Deb Guhl: filling in for Ken Best and still dancing barefoot.
7:00 pm Leaving the 20th Century with no Regrets: Scott Schapleigh
10:00 pm Mikki’s Room
A room full of African-American and Native American culture, with history, poetry, what’s been and what could be. Always connecting with those behind the walls (in regional prisons), and scaling our personal walls, too.
2:00 am La Esquina Latina: Luis Pomales