Tuesday, April 18, 2017
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7:00am [7:00am-10:00am] Lepek & Company
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Lepek & Company

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10:00am [10:00am-1:00pm] Radio Roots
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Host: Rick Hagerty We're going back to the days when prime time meant sitting in front of a tall wooden cabinet which was delivering only sound. The media center was a Philco, Zenith, or perhaps an Admiral console radio. We watched as our mental images provided the details in brilliant Hi-Definition. Tune in your imagination and return to the classic comedies, adventures and dramas enjoyed by previous generations. You'll see for yourself that the shows are timeless. Prime time now is on 98.3 FM WRLR Tuesday mornings at 9:00.

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3:00pm [3:00pm-5:00pm] In A Nutshell
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Host: Allen Weissman Lots of music! Retrospectives on musicians, singers and groups. Poetry Corner where we conduct crazy/serious in depth discussion of the origin and meaning of songs. Occasional live guests. Guaranteed to effect a positive mood swing or double your money back!!!

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7:00pm [7:00pm-9:00pm] Something to Think About
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Explore culture and history every Tuesday evening with your host, Bob Slipke.

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9:00pm [9:00pm-11:00pm] Chicago Gumbo
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The Chicago Gumbo Show is the only show of its kind on the air that celebrates and promotes the deep history of music made in Chicago and the surrounding Midwest. You’ll hear blues, jazz, soul, and many more genres that range from the Great Chicago Jazz age of the 20’s to present times. The host, Trombone Dave Ramey, has been a musician and educator in the Chicago area for the past 30 years playing and teaching courses on American Roots music for institutions such as Northwestern University and the University of Chicago’s Graham School. In his research he’s found himself lost in many a cotton field in Mississippi looking for unmarked graves of blues musicians, as well as exploring juke joints, and music festivals of the south. His unique twist on things brings you not only a show that entertains, but is also an education.

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