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.
Author Joseph Steinfield on his new book Claremont Boy: My New Hampshire Roots and the Gift of Memory. Plus, Judy Herrell of Herrell’s Ice Cream and Chris Harper of Whole Children speak about National Ice Cream For Breakfast Day tomorrow raising money for the Hadley non-profit.
2/4: We talk politics with former Senator and presidential candidate Gary Hart, and yesterday’s convening of a state constitutional convention with “Your State U” host Max Page. Then the Northamptones light up the studio—really, there are amazing— a preview of this weekend’s Silver Chord Bowl.
2/3: Voice from Inside: how to survive jail and somehow come out stronger and better; Emmy award-winning film maker Larry Hott reviews “God Loves Uganda” and other documentaries.
2.2.16- Attorney Luke Ryan on the Jonas Correia trial versus the Police of Northampton. Director of Strategic Communications at the University of Texas at Austin, Daniel Oppenheimer on his new book “Exit Right: The People Who Left the Left and Reshaped the American Century.”
2.1.16 “Black in the Valley” host Carlie Tartakov is joined by Monica Brown, Anastasia Morton and Dwayne Chamble from the Amherst Family Center;
Joe Gannon, author of the acclaimed “Night of the Jaguar” speaks to us about his new novel “The Last Dawn;” New York times bestselling author Jacqueline Sheehan preview tomorrow’s Writers Night Out.
1/29: Lynn Pasquerella, President of Mount Holyoke College and leading medical ethicist; then, Silas Kopf, marquetry maven, shares his arts report.
1.28- Bill and Monte speak with WMUA community members on the UMass administration’s decision to cut community programming.
1.27- Bill speaks with Gail Grandchamp, former amateur and pro boxer turned trainer and motivational speaker, paving the way for women in boxing. Vaya con Muñoz with Natalia Muñoz and Waleska Lugo-DeJesús speak on the Healing Racism Institute of the Pioneer Valley.
1.26- Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts (PHENOM) founder and UMass Professor Max Page speaks with Dr. Steven Conn, the W.E. Smith Professor of History at Miami University in Ohio on football stadiums. Plus, Noelle Hanrahan on President Obama’s ban of solitary confinement for imprisoned juveniles.
1.25- Bill speaks with ACLU Massachusetts Legal Director, Matt Segal and Director of Northampton and D.C. based Represent.Us Josh Silver.