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10/11/09 06:00:00 – 10:00:00
Sunday Morning Opera with Sandy
Join Sandy for a program highlighting some fantastic opera singers: Jon Vickers, Franco Corelli, Tito Schipa, Jussi Bjoerling, Risë Stevens, Montserrat Caballé, and many more.
10/11/09 10:00:00 – 12:00:00
Sunday Jazz with Jeannie Becker
Jeannie will present highlights from her recent amazing interview with pianist and vocalist Ray Brown Jr., the adopted son of vocalist Ella Fitzgerald and bassist Ray Brown, plus a couple of giveaways from Ray’s latest release, Friends and Family (SRI Records).
Sunday Jazz with Jeannie emphasizes traditional jazz, American standards, as well as be-bop. Several packets of 5 CDs to be offered throughout the show which will include music by some fantastic jazz notables.
10/11/09 12:00:00 – 13:00:00
News and Culture on WPRB
Join us for selections from interviews with Paul Muldoon, Jon Greenwald, Charlie Gibson, and more. News Director Nikki Leon sits down with Nick Tagher and Aaron Smargon to discuss their new WPRB program, “Taking On.”
10/11/09 13:00:00 – 15:00:00
Musical Odyssey with Bonnie (Greek Music)
Musical Odyssey is a weekly Greek music show heard every Sunday on WPRB. We play the full spectrum of Greek music from Ancient music to today’s hits.
10/11/09 15:00:00 – 17:00:00
Jamrock Radio with Selecta Bam Bam (Caribbean/Reggae)
10/11/09 17:00:00 – 19:00:00
Underwater is Dinosaurs in Outerspace with Andrea (World/Folk)
A delicious blend of pre-historic and progressive blues and folk, aquatically smooth indie soul and cosmic electro-funk from around the world.
10/11/09 19:00:00 – 22:00:00
Music You Can’t Hear On The Radio with John Weingart (Folk/Bluegrass/Eclectic)
New Jersey’s oldest folk music radio show and WPRB’s longest-running program! Music You Can’t Hear On The Radio will present in its entirety a concert given by Pete Seeger at Carnegie Hall on June 8, 1963. This recording shows Seeger at the height of his powers as he holds the audience in the palm of his hand with a mix of old folk songs. music of political struggle, and the introduction of songs by newcomers like Tom Paxton and Bob Dylan. It it also captures an amazing moment in American history. As you listen to Seeger talk and sing and to the audience response, you can feel the optimism in the air that the civil rights movement was going to be triumphant and that a new generation was about to change the world politically and musically.
10/11/09 22:00:00 – 01:00:00
The Worried Waltz with Mister Various
“An Endless Day At The Negativity Cabaret” edition of The Worried Waltz. Many creepy crooners & dissonant waltzes. The Worried Waltz will be giving away a one-of-a-kind creepy crooner photo book with creepy crooner sound collage CD.
10/11/09 01:00:00 – 03:00:00
Rock with Aaron
Tune in for a range of exploratory soundscapes, from ambient electronica to art punk to lo-fi.