Radio that empowers and educates through in-depth, unedited, spontaneous conversations.
Beginning in January 2014, rebroadcasts of Airwaves interviews will broadcast irregularly in "Open House" slots: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5-5:30 pm; Fridays, 12-12:30 pm.Upcoming Broadcasts:
25-50+ minute conversations
between 9-10am (12-1pm Eastern time)
♦ December 30: The Good Luck Cat: How a Cat Saved a Family, and a Family Saved a Cat by Lissa Warren
♦ December 23: Hand to Mouth: Living in Bootstrap America author, Linda Tirado
♦ December 16: Bitter: A Taste of the World's Most Dangerous Flavor, by Jennifer McLagan
♦ November 18: Jim Henson Company's Puppet Up! Uncensored co-creator, director and host, Patrick Bristow.
♦ October 21: Mah Jongg: The Art of the Game: A Collector's Guide to Mah Jongg Tiles and Sets with co-author Gregg Swain.
♦ October 14: Less Pain, Fewer Pills: Avoid the Dangers of Prescription Opioids and Gain Control Over Chronic Pain with Stanford University's Systems Neuroscience and Pain Laboratory author, Dr. Beth Darnall.
♦ September 30: Mountain2Mountain - A voice that empowers women and girls in conflict zones as catalysts for peace and global prosperity with Shannon Galpin.
♦ September 16: Australian actress and cabaret performer, Meow Meow.
♦ August 5: Now I See You: A Memoir by Nicole C. Kear
♦ July 22: Animal Madness: How Anxious Dogs, Compulsive Parrots, and Elephants in Recovery Help Us Understand Ourselves by science/historian, Dr. Laurel Braitman.
♦ June 24: The Time of My Life: A Righteous Brother's Memoir with author and singer, Bill Medley.
♦ June 3: Alex's Wake: A Voyage of Betrayal and a Journey of Remembrance with classical-music programmer and author, Martin Goldsmith.
♦ May 27: Going Attractions: The Definitive Story of the American Drive-in Movie, with documentary writer/director, April Wright.
♦ May 20: Pranksters: Making Mischief in the Modern World with journalist, activist, author, and Univ. of Iowa professor, Kembrew McLeod.
♦ April 29: Hate Groups and Financing Hate with Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project Director, Dr. Heidi Beirich.
♦ March 4: Things I've Learned from Dying: A Book About Life with David Dow.
♦ Jan. 28: The Conflict Awareness Project: Bringing to justice major arms traffickers, war profiteering networks, and transnational criminal organizations who fuel conflict around the globe.
♦ Jan. 14: Why Diets Fail: Because You're Addicted to Sugar by research neuroscientist, Dr. Nicole Avena.
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♦ "Pasta Modern: New & Inspired Recipes from Italy" with author Francine Segan
♦ "The Way We Ate" with co-author, cook, photographer, Noah Fecks
♦ "The Witness Wore Red" polygamy, cults and human sex trafficking with Rebecca Musser
♦ "Raising Financially Fit Kids" with financial specialist, Joline Godfrey
♦ "Frankenstein's Cat" with journalist, Emily Anthes
♦ "Stranger Here: How Weight-Loss Surgery Transformed My Body and Messed with My Head" by author and blogger, Jen Larsen
♦ "The Drunken Botanist" with award-winning author, Amy Stewart
♦ "Growing Medical Marijuana: Securely and Legally" with author Dave DeWitt
♦ "Making Habits, Breaking Habits" with UK author/psychologist, Dr. Jeremy Dean
♦ "The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook" with nutritionist, Petological contributor, Gayle Pruitt
♦ "Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness" with journalist/author Susannah Cahalan
♦ "The Alzheimer's Prevention Cookbook" with geriatric neurologist/ dementia specialist Dr. Marwan Sabbagh
♦ "Burma: Rivers of Flavor" with Naomi Duguid