The Bill Newman Show. Weekdays at 9AM (and again at 6PM). Join Bill & Monte Belmonte as they talk with newsmakers, authors, artists,
poets, and ‘fish wrap’ about the day’s headlines.
6.1.15 NPR’s Morning Edition co-host Steve Inskeep on “Jacksonland: President Andrew Jackson and Cherokee Chief John Ross and A Great American Land Grab”; Teresa Lorenco of Gypsy Rose cabaret and burlesque; Black in the Valley.
5.29.15 Steve Connor & Tom McCusker: the community responds—the story of Sylvia Hemminger; Amherst College professor Ilan Stavans on the Restless Classics launch; City Councilor Ryan O’Donnell on fracking pipelines and Ward 3 Neighborhood Ass’n President Jim Nash on celebrating –among other events– 100 years of the Bridge Street School.
5.28.15 Poop!! The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Underrated Organ—with Giulia Enders, author of “GUT”; State Senate President –still STAN!
A special edition of The Reverend and the Rabbi: we celebrate Rev. Andrea Ayvazian.
5.27.15 A preview (and review) of “Life in the 413” with New Century Theatre Producing Director Sam Rush, playwright Jonathan Caws-Elwitt with a cameo by emcee extraordinaire Monte Belmonte; Northampton-based, Emmy award-winning filmmaker Larry Hott on “Sci-Tech Band: Pride of Springfield.”
5.26.15 Bend the Arc with Jane Fleishman and Norbert Goldfield; Paul Newlin on Watermelon Wednesdays.
5.22.15 Daily Hampshire Gazette editor Larry Parnass first unwraps the Fishwrap and then helps interview Judy Foreman, author of “A Nation in Pain: Healing Our Biggest Health Problem.” Then, artist Susan Barocas.
Sign on the dotted line? Martha Ertman, author of “Love’s Promises –on relationships and the contracts that bind (or not);” VFW Post 8006 Commander Tom Pease and Veterans Agent Steve Connors; A Black in the Valley and The Reverend and the Rabbi Sojourner Truth Mash-up!
An election this week– a juncture for adjuncts in western mass and across the state on A special edition of “Your State U.” hosted by Max Page.
Criminal defense attorneys Carl Williams (from the ACLU of Massachusetts) and Luke Ryan on yesterday’s Supreme Judicial Court’s decision on the drug lab disaster—40,000 cases probably need to be reversed ! Jenny Ladd on “Class Lives: Stories from Across Our Economic Divide”; and the incomparable musician Mary Witt.
Attorneys David Hoose and Harry Miles on the death penalty verdict in Tsarnaev’s case; Lou Ureneck, author of “The Great Fire: One American’s Mission to Rescue the Victims of the 20th Century’s First Genocide.”