Saturday, December 6, 201412/06/2014

The Western Mass Business Show 12.6.14

In The Western Mass. Business Show

Ira speaks with Vana Nespor from Bay Path University.


Friday, December 5, 201412/05/2014

Die in At Smith & Drones In Your Backyard

In Bill Newman

Smith Professor Ginetta Candelario on police killing unarmed black and Hispanic men; Smith professor Paul Voss on: the drones are coming; drones are coming; they really are.

itzik and mickey

Thursday, December 4, 201412/04/2014

Eric Garner & Cool Films with Larry Hott

In Bill Newman

Cool films with Emmy-award winning filmmaker Larry Hott; Mickey and Penina Glazer on Itzik and Mickey: Stories from Brooklyn and Beyond.

marianne winters

Wednesday, December 3, 201412/03/2014

Fredrik Logevall, Pulitzer Prize Winner on Vietman

In Bill Newman

Pulitzer Prize –winning historian & author of Embers of War, Fredrik Logevall on Vietnam; Safe Passage’s Marianne Winters on the hot chocolate run; Natalie Higgins,
Exec. Dir. of PHENOM (The Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts).


Tuesday, December 2, 201412/02/2014

On The Money (12/3/14)

In On the Money

Alerts to seasonal financial scams, Tax tips for year end 2014, Couples who disagree about retirement


Tuesday, December 2, 201412/02/2014

How to be a better manager and managing a bigger Universe

In Bill Newman

Ron Friedman on The Best Place to Work; professor and astronomer Salman Hameed on “The Theory of Everything.”


Monday, December 1, 201412/01/2014

The School of The Americas, Ferguson and Fiddles

In Bill Newman

Activist Paki Wieland returns from the School of the Americas protest; Katherine First and Kitchen Party rock the house; Jonathan Wright, designer, builder and poet (his new collection After the Rain) eulogizes Mark Strand; we discuss Ferguson on a moving Black in the Valley.


Wednesday, November 26, 201411/26/2014

Thanksgiving, Indie Saturday & Barbara Madeloni

In Bill Newman

11.26.14 Rev. Peter Ives and Rabbi Justin David on Thanksgiving; MTA President Barbara Madeloni and Professor Max Page on the good news and bad for education in Massachusetts; INDIES FIRST!! with The Broadside’s Nancy Felton & The Odyssey’s Joan Grenier & Hannah Moushabeck

noelle hanrahan

Tuesday, November 25, 201411/25/2014

Ferguson, Walmart & Downton Abbey

In Bill Newman

Noelle Hanrahan, founder of Prison Radio, Lois Ahrens, Exec Dir., Real Cost of Prisons Project , & Jeff Napolitano Western Mass AFSC Director on Ferguson– plus commentary by Mumia Abu Jamal; Rebecca Eaton on Masterpeice Theatre, Downton Abbey, Upstairs Downstairs and other great television for which she is deservedly credited; then Walmart fires a local worker because she asked for fairness.


Monday, November 24, 201411/24/2014

On The Money (11/26/14)

In On the Money

Recent Headlines

in National

2 NYPD officers killed, gunman dead


The fatal shooting may have been a revenge attack over police treatment of minorities.

in National

Making headlines this week


A look back on some of the week's biggest stories and the headlines you may have missed.

in National

Consumers can sue Target over data breach


A judge has cleared the way for consumers to sue the retailer over the 2013 data breach.

in Local

Police: 5-year-old boy found dead wasn’t abducted

Ambert alert boy

New York police investigating the death of a 5-year-old boy say a caretaker's initial report that he was abducted from an Albany-area home is false.

in Local

Northampton Vote on Project Grant Delayed

noho city hall

Northampton's city council has delayed a vote on a CPA grant for a nonprofit to redevelop the former Northampton Lumber site