Thursday, September 3, 201509/03/2015

Represent Us!

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8.31 Political Gold with Josh Silver. Black in the Valley with Rev- Dr. Jacquelyn Smith-Crooks and Professor Carlie Tartakov. http://media.whmp.com/NEWMAN_AUG_31_2015.mp3Podcast…

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Wednesday, September 2, 201509/02/2015

Missives From Mumia

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9/2: Noelle Hanrahan, founder and producer of Prison Radio; Dr. Dana Suskind, author of “Thirty Million Words: Building a Child’s Brain;” and Vaya con Munoz !


Tuesday, September 1, 201509/01/2015

On The Money (9/2/15)

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How much weight should you give financial news reports? How financial planning has changed since your parents retired. What is…

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Saturday, August 29, 201508/29/2015

Western Mass Business Show 8.29.15

In The Western Mass. Business Show


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Friday, August 28, 201508/28/2015

What did the Redcoats think of the Revolution?

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8/28: Pulitzer-award finalist, Nick Bunker, author of “An Empire on the Edge,” the Brits view of the American Revolution. Then, political activist Paki Wieland.

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Thursday, August 27, 201508/27/2015

Paul Mark & Handsome

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8.27.15 2nd Berkshire Representative, Paul Mark, joins guest host Buz Eisenberg. As well as our regular The Reverend & The Rabbi segment with Peter Ives and Justin David.

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Wednesday, August 26, 201508/26/2015

The Seth Show

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8/26: Seth Lepore previews “The Seth Show.” Natalia Munoz—Vaya con Munoz!


Tuesday, August 25, 201508/25/2015

On the Money (8/26/15)

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On the show this week: The role of China in our market correction Can the Fed raise rates in this…


Tuesday, August 25, 201508/25/2015

UMASS Football: too risky a gamble?

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8/25: Gilbert Gaul, author of “Billion-Dollar Ball: A Journey Through the Big-Money Culture of College Football.” Plus archguitarist and HVGO founder and maestro Peter Blanchette.


Monday, August 24, 201508/24/2015

The Road Less Traveled

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8.24.15 On the 100th anniversary of its publication, New York Times Poetry Editor David Orr on Frost’s “The Road Not Taken: Finding America in the Poem Everyone Loves and Almost Everyone Gets Wrong.”
Then, Joel K. Bourne, Jr –longtime reporter for National Geographic– on his new book “The End of Plenty: the Race to Feed a Crowded World.”

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