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.
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.
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.
8/26: Seth Lepore previews “The Seth Show.” Natalia Munoz—Vaya con Munoz!
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.
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.”
8.21.15 Jeff Napolitano guest hosts with Celia Miller on her transcontinental bike journey to raise money for the Palestian House of Friendship. And Barry Moser on his new book about growing up mired in the Deep South’s racism and it’s effects on his relationship with his brother.
8.20 Buz Eisenberg guest hosts and speaks with Rep. Ben Swan about the former and current civil rights movements. Plus the Rev. & The Rabbi.
8.19.15 Buz Eisenberg guest hosts and plays ‘What’s My Line?’ with Pam Victor, Tom Mahnken and Monte. Plus Vaya Con Munoz with Natali and Holyoke Council candidate, Nelson Roman.
8.18.15 Guest host Buz Eisenberg talks with Wells Dixon from the Center for Constitutional Rights on when, if ever, Gitmo will close; and Nina Kleinberg on the Hollywood Blacklist and the film ‘Salt of The Earth’
8.17.15 Jeff Napolitano guest host with Donald Perry on Probation reform, plus clips of Medea Benjamin from Code Pink & Dr. Vijay Prashad on the current state of activism.