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Format: 2015-03-31

Monday, March 30th

Sunday, March 29th

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTown.
  • 4-6AM, American Routes. [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain Stage.
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: A 70th birthday salute to the iconic guitarist Eric Clapton and a session with Tennessee singer-songwriter Louise Mosrie, accompanied by Cliff Eberhardt, the producer of her new album, Lay It Down.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Megan Scully and Shannon Spillane: Some toe tapping tunes from Kila, Kevin Carwford, the Bothy Band and many more. We'll check in with Declan O'Byrne and Brendan Tier at 2pm for the latest news and sports from Ireland. At 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30, we'll have the community bulletin boards.
  • 4-5PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: At the NERFA Folk Conference, IV: A Visit with Jack Landron (formerly known as Jackie Washington).
  • 5-6PM, Sound Opinions.
  • 6-8PM, American Routes.
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty:Songs of Edward Eliscu ("Great Day") and Albert Von Tilzer ("Take Me Out to the Ball Game"); Bandleader Red Norvo; Vocalist Alberta Hunter; Pianist Zez Confrey; Trumpeter Bubber Miley.

Saturday, March 28th

  • Midnight-1AM, The Grateful Dead Hour.
  • 1-3AM, World Cafe.
  • 3-6AM, FUV Music.
  • 6-7AM, Sound Opinions.
  • 7-7:30AM, Fordham Conversations with Robin Shannon: 16- and 17-year-old New Yorkers can't vote, buy tobacco or even rent a car, but they are tried as adults in New York's Criminal Justice System. This makes The Empire State and North Carolina the only two states to do so. On today's Fordham Conversations, host Kris Venezia talks to members of a coalition that is working to keep teens out of the adult justice system. We also hear from Fordham Professor Keith Cruise, who studies the mental and physical toll of teens who are tried as adults, and from the Director and the Campaign Manager of the Juvenile Justice Project at the Correctional Association of New York: Gabrielle Horowitz-Prisco and Angelo Pinto.
  • 7:30-8AM, Cityscape with George Bodarky: Each and every day we touch and eat things often without giving it a second thought. We hold onto the handrail walking down the stairs to catch a subway train. We top a cup of pudding with a little cool whip. On this edition of Cityscape, we’re talking with folks who’ve actually given a lot of thought to what we touch and eat, from subway turnstiles to spray cheese. Chris Mason is a geneticist at the Weill Cornell Medical Center. He and a team of research assistants collected DNA throughout the New York City subway system to identify germs. Writer Patrick DiJusto took a good hard look at what’s inside everyday products. His new book is called This is What You Just Put in Your Mouth?: From Egg Nog to Beef Jerky, the Surprising Secrets of What's Inside Everyday Products.
  • 8-9AM, Míle Fáilte with Seamus Blake: Subhóró: Ceol ón Acadamh, CD of Music, Songs, Dance Music, and Oral Literature of Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge, a degree-granting university program in Irish Gaelic traditional performance, some students playing and singing on these two discs.
  • 9AM-Noon, A Thousand Welcomes.
  • Noon-1PM, The Thistle & Shamrock.
  • 1-4PM, One on One. New York’s longest running sports call-in show.
  • 4-8PM, Mixed Bag with Don McGee.
  • 8-10PM, Vin Scelsa’s Idiot’s Delight.
  • 10-11PM, The Bottomless Pit with Marshall Crenshaw.
  • 11PM-Midnight, UKNY with Kara Manning.

Thursday, March 26th

Tuesday, March 24th

Monday, March 23rd

Sunday, March 22nd

  • Midnight-2AM, Group Harmony Review with Dan Romanello.
  • 2-3AM, Beale Street Caravan.
  • 3-4AM, eTown.
  • 4-6AM, American Routes.  [See 6PM]
  • 6-8AM, Mountain Stage.
  • 8-11AM, Sunday Breakfast with John Platt: Richard Shindell and Lucy Kaplansky have been friends and musical colleagues for decades, going back to the Fast Folk community of the '80s and '90s in Greenwich Village. Part of the folk "supergroup" Cry Cry Cry with Dar Williams in the late '90s, they have reunited for the Pine Hill Project to cover more of their favorite songs, which they'll perform in Studio A.
  • 11AM-Noon, Mass from Fordham University Church.
  • Noon-4PM, Ceol na nGael with Megan Scully and Shannon Spillane: Pop songs with a Celtic twist. You'll hear from The Cottars, The Corrs, and more! Get the latest news and sport reports straight from Dublin at 2 pm with Declan and Brendan. And tune in at 1:30, 2:30, and 3:30 pm for the Community Bulletin Boards. 
  • 4-5PM, Woody’s Children with Bob Sherman: At the NERFA Folk Conference, III: Good Groups, among them Gathering Time, The Rix and the Folk Goddesses.
  • 5-6PM, Sound Opinions.
  • 6-8PM, American Routes.
  • 8PM-Midnight, The Big Broadcast with Rich Conaty: Vocalists Sam Browne and Jack Parker; Clarinetist Pee Wee Russell; Pianist Frankie Carle; Band Leaders Hal Kemp and Paul Whiteman; Songs of Gordon Clifford ("I Surrender, Dear").

Saturday, March 21st

  • Midnight-1AM, The Grateful Dead Hour.
  • 1-3AM, World Cafe.
  • 3-6AM, FUV Music.
  • 6-7AM, Sound Opinions.
  • 7-7:30AM, Fordham Conversations with Robin Shannon: Qatar is considered one of the wealthiest countries in the world and traditionally one of the most conservative, yet western culture is beginning to influence younger generations, especially when it comes to news. Dr. Everette Dennis is helping train the next generation of journalists in the rapidly changing field of cross-platform media. He is Dean and CEO of Northwestern University in Qatar. Dr. Dennis is also former chair of the Communication and Media Management Department at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business. On this week’s show, we discuss teaching journalism in a conservative country, and an NU-Q study on entertainment consumption habits in the Middle East, including the popularity of Hollywood content and its perceived morality (or lack thereof).
  • 7:30-8AM, Cityscape with George Bodarky: What do Al Pacino, Regis Philbin, Mary Higgins Clark and Colin Powell all have in common? They're all Bronx natives, and all of them are featured in a new book called Just Kids from the Bronx: Telling it the Way it Was: An Oral History. The book includes the stories of more than 60 native Bronxites who have gone on to make important contributions in nearly every field imaginable, from acting to science to athletics. Author Arlene Alda, who happens to be the wife of television and film star Alan Alda, is our guest on this edition of Cityscape.
  • 8-9AM, Míle Fáilte with Seamus Blake: Dáithí Sproule, of Derry and now Minneapolis, awesome traditional singer, guitarist, who has arranged the music for a number of Irish singers and music groups including Altan, the Bothy Band (of which he was a founding member), teaching the Irish Gaelic language and its music now in the United States - a revered musician.
  • 9AM-Noon, A Thousand Welcomes.
  • Noon-1PM, The Thistle & Shamrock.
  • 1-4PM, One on One. New York’s longest running sports call-in show.
  • 4-8PM, Mixed Bag with Don McGee.
  • 8-10PM, Vin Scelsa’s Idiot’s Delight.
  • 10-11PM, The Bottomless Pit with Marshall Crenshaw.
  • 11PM-Midnight, UKNY with Kara Manning.

Friday, March 20th

Thursday, March 19th

Tuesday, March 17th