Arts & Culture

SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK
Featuring performances by Jayne Mansfield, James Earl Jones, Dame Edith Evans and Sir John Gielgud

Today’s program starts in Peru. travels to Brasil & Ecuador and moves into the Caribbean where we close the program.

Music Host: David Cummings
News Host: Sagirah Shahid / Hannah Rank
Producer: Mike Fischbein
Engineer: Mike Stapp

Tonight we headed to the moon…and off into space as part of our annual “Lunar Lunatics” special commemorating the first moon landing on July 20, 1969. The lunacy included moon-related tracks like: “Renegade Moon”, “Man In the Moon”, “Mellowmoon”, “Black Moon”, “Walking on the Moon”, and “Lunar Base Dub”, and more space-oriented titles such as “Waltz from Outer Space”, “Spaced Out Babylonians”, “Jumping Jupiter”, and “Skankworks in Orbit”. And what a far-out mix of artists tonight: Green Fandango, Mayd Hubb & Joe Pilgrim, Banco de Gaia, The Orb & Lee Scratch Perry, Marcello Giombini, Ken Nordine, Full Moon Scientist, Uffe, Colonel Elliott & the Lunatics, Twile, Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra, and many more… Truly an out-of-this-world dubwise journey.

We speak with writer and journalist Jeanette Walls about her new novel The Silver Star. She is also the author of the bestselling memoir The Glass Castle. as well as the novel Half-Broke Horses and Dish: The Inside Story on the World of Gossip.

We also chat with Erin Soderberg about her new middle grade fantasy novel The Quirks: Welcome to Normal, the first book in a series for ages 7 and up. She also writes novels for teens and tweens under the name Erin Downing.

See play list below

Music Host / Engineer: Jean Silverberg
News Host: Terry Carter
Producer: Ron Thums

Talking Back To Dr. Phil – Alternatives To Mainstream Psychology

utilizing in-depth research and analysis, this volume debunks the quick fixes and simplistic explanations of Dr. Phil McGraw. While he’s watched and revered by millions, no critique exists for his daytime advice—and like much of “pop psychology,” his counsel is often ineffective, leaving people feeling like failures and that something is wrong with them. Readers will easily identify with the guests and stories from actual Dr. Phil episodes, on topics ranging from anger, sex, addictions, and dieting to domestic violence, race, and gender. A powerful, love-based alternative psychology is then offered, basing itself on the belief that there is profound meaning in people’s struggles. Story after story shows how people’s difficulties are seeds of their unique beauty, power, and intelligence, elevating rather than diminishing their esteem. The insight and compassion for people’s humanity provided here cuts through the easy soundbites and will leave people feeling a genuine love for who they really are.

Music Host: Cory Washington
News Host: Xan Holston / Ryan Zickermann
Producer / Engineer: Siobhan Kierans

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