Frankie Russo is the "Love Me or Hate Me" kid from Brooklyn and he's bringing his special brand of entertainment to 77 WABC. Politically, he brings a calm conservative voice that combines the access of an insider with the everyday pragmatism needed for a meaningful dialogue. Savvy and street smart, his keen, humorous and sometimes biting commentary never disappoint.
Noam’s love for radio began years ago, as a young boy in Trenton, New Jersey, when he would sneak his clock radio under the covers and listen to late night talk radio stars Sally Jesse Raphael, Irv Homer and Bernard Meltzer. Geeky perhaps, but a premonition for what was in store for him.
Red Eye Radio is the pre-eminent syndicated overnight radio show hosted by radio vets Gary McNamara and Eric Harley airing Monday through Friday, Midnight to 5am Central. Targeted at long haul truckers, Red Eye Radio has broadened its mission to include virtually everyone living and working non-traditional hours. The audience includes shift workers, travelers, truck drivers and others who embrace the new 24/7 lifestyle, with many restaurants, retailers and other business establishments open round the clock. Red Eye Radio is the successor to Midnight Trucking Radio Network, a program whose roots go back 40 years. Each night the hosts of Red Eye Radio review the headlines, cover the issues that matter and keep listeners tuned-in with insight and perspective. Also on the agenda popular culture, family issues and detailed national weather forecasts.
As a teenager in 1975, I had my first job at the Princeton Brain Bio-Center, where I was assigned the important task of helping Dr. Carl Pfeiffer write Zinc and Other Micro-Nutrients. When we wrote that book it was considered that lead was safe at 80 parts per million; we argued that a safe level was zero. Subsequently, every five years or so, the Environmental Protection Agency lowered this limit to 60, then 40, then 20, then 10, and some groups even lowered it down to zero for children. At that time, we discovered the important role for zinc, which was connected to a hundred enzymes. (Iron was involved with only eight enzymes and received far more attention.) Later, when I was evaluating medical schools, I was told by the Dean at Harvard Medical School that my work on nutrition was completely meaningless and obsolete, and unimportant for medicine. The importance of micro-nutrients in our soil and the impact on behavior is still not as well known as it should be. The importance of magnesium in heart disease and of selenium as an anti-cancer agent, and the long term toxic effects of aluminum, lead, cadmium, and mercury on the brain were all identified in my first book.
Roberto Rodríguez Tejera desarrolla un programa repleto de información, especialmente de los ámbitos ecónomico y político, y con menos énfasis en otras áreas como la salud, el deporte y los asuntos locales. Roberto Rodriguez Tejera le lleva a la audiencia las hisotrias más relevantes y los tópicos de discusión que hacen la diferencia todas las mañanas.
Lourdes Ubieta conversa sobre los temas del momento. La diversidad como periodista de Lourdes hacen que de lunes a viernes de 1 a 3 PM, los oyentes estén completamente informados y entretenidos. Lourdes habla sobre lo que ocurre en nuestros países de origen, así como lo que pasa en nuestra ciudad.
Get up off that chair, dear lady ..." These inspiring words from Gary US Bonds (Dear Lady Twist, 1961) begin the show's theme song. What follows "has a good beat and you can dance to it." Jitterbug, twist, waltz, calypso, funky chicken, two-step, slow stuff, salsa, whatever... "you can't sit down..." Yikes!
P. S. "...do the twist and you'll never grow old."
Marketplace is produced and distributed by American Public Media (APM), in association with the University of Southern California. The Marketplace portfolio of programs includes Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal, Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio, Marketplace Weekend with Lizzie O’Leary, and Marketplace Tech with Ben Johnson. Marketplace programs are currently broadcast by more than 500 public radio stations nationwide across the United States and are heard by nearly 11 million weekly listeners. The programs focus on the latest business news both nationally and internationally, the global economy, and wider events linked to the financial markets. The only national daily business news program originating from the West Coast, Marketplace is noted for its timely, relevant and accessible coverage of business, economics and personal finance.
If you are retired or retiring soon, this is one financial show you won’t want to miss! Money Matters with Ken Moraif is not just another financial show. It’s entertaining, topical and will arm you with the knowledge that you need. Ken Moraif covers ways to grow and protect your retirement portfolio, an estate planning tip of the week and other helpful financial news and information.
Stribling's New York is a one hour weekly radio program on WOR 710 AM Sunday's from 11pm - midnight hosted by Rob Taub, who over the past 25 years has interviewed everyone from presidents to pop stars. The show is a celebration of everything about New York City with a focus on real estate and the people who live and work here. We'll talk about where to eat, shop and experience the best of everything the city has to offer from music to museums to sports
For nearly two decades, Big Band & Classic Jazz has explored the roots of America's jazz heritage. This inclues syncopated society music, ragtime, blues, early jazz, and into the swing era.
Join your hosts Thomas Durnin and Dennis Campa as we listen to a variety of jazz and pop sounds form the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. And we'll also hear more recent reocrdings made in the earlier styles.
Everyone from territory bands (who often were only known regionally), to the big nationally known stars of records and radio.
Improving Lives, Mejorando Vidas” es un programa narrado por Alfredo Hernández, hecho por profesionales dedicados al cuidado de la salud mental. Diariamente contamos con invitados que traen conocimiento y herramientas para lograr superar las áreas que más afectan nuestra comunidad.
Freddy Castro se desarrolla radialmente después de años en relaciones públicas y comunitarias.
Castro llega a los Estados Unidos a los seis anos de edad y después de cursar la escuela primaria e instituto en grados superiores, ingresa en la universidad graduándose con una maestria en educación y administración de empresas.
Sus extensos viajes a través del mundo y su habilidad en comunicaciones llevan a Freddy a la radio donde experimenta su nuevo amor…la comunicación radial.
Freddy es, no solamente, nuestro guía de programación sino una parte fundamental de todos los segmentos producidos por IDEAL RADIO INTERNATIONAL NETWORK. Lo pueden escuchar diaria y extensamente a traves de un gran número de estaciones radiales.