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This page last updated August 20, 2014
Aerial View with Chris T.
What Kind of Love is This? Bob Dylan & the Band. From December 3, 2010. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
WTF JFK? It's a mystery wrapped in a riddle inside an enigma as Chris T. delves into the JFK assassination via interviews, commentary and actual period airchecks. From November 26, 2010. Listen to the whole show: .
Do YOU have what it takes to be a ROLLER GIRL?! From October 15, 2010. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
Return appearance by David Fox & The New York Song Sharks performing live in the Love Room, tackling your lyrics. From February 11, 2005. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
From the WFMU Record Fair with live musical guest Laura Cantrell! (In Glen Jones usual time slot) From November 7, 2004. Listen to set "Laura Cantrell performs live": . Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
The Great Fredini. Coney Island's Sword Swallower, Human Blockhead, Magician, and Outside Talker -- they're all contained within the tall frame of Fred Kahl, aka the Great Fredini, whose been a fixture at Sideshows by the Seashore for more than a decade. From May 7, 2004. Listen to the whole show: .
Legendary radio D.J. Pat St. John for an in-depth freeform interview about what it takes to stay on the air in the New York market for 30 amazing years. From November 14, 2003. Listen to the whole show: .
"Horns and Halos" a special interview with the people behind the independent documentary film which examines the rise and fall of "Fortunate Son", the first published biography of George W. Bush. From February 21, 2003. Listen to the whole show: .
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