Weekend Radio Advance Listings:
BROADCAST WEEKEND: 02/25/17
Bees are the topics of Peter Cook – “A Bee Life” and “Beryl the Bee;” Rowan Atkinson and John Cleese – “Bee Keeping;” and Monty Python – “Eric, the Half-a-Bee.”
Songs: “The Sewers of the Strand” and “Let’s All go Down to the Strand.” Mark Levy tells about “People Born in the Same Year as You.” This Week in the Media.
FTP AVAILABILITY: 02/18/17
BROADCAST WEEKEND 03/04/17
A program dedicated to Stuart McLean, who died on February 15. We’ll hear two of his stories: “Driving Lessons” and “Polly Anderson’s Christmas Party.” The Cleveland cast of “Jacques Brel is alive and Well in Paris,” sing “If We Only have Love,” Richard Dyer-Bennett sings his 1950s hit “Lonesome Valley.” Jan C. Snow explains “Brave New Pictures.” This Week in the Media.
FTP AVAILABILITY: 03/07/17
BROADCAST WEEKEND 03/17/17
An orgy of “Ghost Riders in the Sky” including The Corrie’s Scottish version, and Woody Allen does some of his night club routines. Mark Levy tells about “Laughing and Applauding.” This Week in the Media.
FTP AVAILABILTY 03/14/17
BROADCAST WEEKEND 03/18/17
The middle of March is busy – The Ides of March and the arrival of Spring. We celebrate with “Cesar’s Wife and “Rinse the Blood off My Toga,” Ogden Nash’s “Song of Spring,” and Jonathan and Darlene Edwards sing “Paris in the Spring.” Richard Howland-Bolton introduces us to the “Topless Lady.” This Week in the Media.”
FTP AVAILABILITY 03/21/17
BROADCAST WEEKEND 03/25/17
We present Ruth Draper in her acclaimed “The Italian Lesson.” And vocal music is explored by Peter Schickele and Alex Templeton. Jan C. Snow looks into “Junk Drawers” This Week in the Media.
FTP AVAILABILITY 03/28/17
BROADCAST WEEKEND 04/01/17
April is “Poetry Month, and we observe it with participants in Cleveland’s Haiku Death Match reading their poems, and we hear verse from Ken Nordine, Alastair Reid, Shel Silverstein and Bob and Ray. Mark Levy reports from Golden, Colorado, with information on “The Most Expensive Things.” This Week in the Media.
FTP AVAILABILITY 04/04/17
BROADCAST WEEKEND 04/08/17
Some Firesign Theatre classics including “Army Training Film,” “Forward into the Past,” and “Forty Great Unclaimed Melodies.” Peter Ustinov offers Phony Folklore; Kenneth Williams sings “Song of the Australian Outlaw” and other folk like song.” Jan C. Snow looks into “Weddings.” This Week in the Media
FTP AVAILABILITY 04/11/17
BROADCAST WEEKEND 04/15/17
Baseball is at our throats, with the Cleveland Indians looking forward to another trip to the World Series. Featured will be Wayne and Shuster’s classic “Shakespearean Baseball Game, and Ernie Anderson and Tim Conway’s “Baseball Press Conference” and “Rainy Day Baseball and “The Indians’ Travel Manager.” Richard Howland-Bolton waxes poetic on baseball. This Week in the Media.
FTP AVAILABILITY 04/18/17
BROADCAST WEEKEND 04/22/17
We hear the late Stuart McLean’s story “Emil.” Andy Griffith offers his visions of “Andy and Cleopatra” and “Hamlet.” Mark Levy talks about “Those Commercials. This Week in the Media.
FTP AVAILABILTY 04/25/17
BROADCAST WEEKEND 04/29/17
Local radio is highlighted with “Saturday Morning Radio with Lester Moran and the Cadillac Cowboys (Programs 1 and 2) and Joyce Grenfell’s “Time to Waste.” Richard Howland-Bolton describes “Pint Size. This Week in the Media.