News/Talk Highlights for Friday, June 17 presents:

News/Talk Highlights for Friday, June 17



The Rainbow Minute
(Locally produced for WRIR)
Hawaii Supreme Court Judge
Studio 360
Microbial video games;
Singer, Laura Cantrell
— and more…
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Open Source with Will Snyder
(Locally produced for WRIR)
A discussion of local issues
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Wordy Birds with Liz Humes
(Locally produced for WRIR)
"The Secret Lives of Hoarders"
Part 1
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Zero Hour with Tim Bowring
(Locally produced for WRIR)
Mandy FItzgerald and
Phyllis DeMaurizi
Sound Opinions
Arcade Fire
Talk of the Nation
The state of solar power;
The history of information
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The Rainbow Minute (8:59, 12:29, 4:29)
Today:  "Hawaii Supreme Court Judge" – read by Gary Wescott
Studio 360 (9:00)
– Apple’s newest update – it’s corporate hq building
– Video games using live microbes
– Laura Cantrell sings Kitty Wells
– Timothy Schaffert discusses his new book:  The Coffins of Little Hope
– A folksong lament for Facebooking
Open Source  with Will Snyder  (10:00)
 Local News and information plus listeners can call-in to discuss and comment:  804-649-9737  or email to:  [email protected]   or twitter:  @rvaopensource
 Today’s Topics:  …
1. In light of the news that The National owes more than $8 million, a look at the state of live music in the area.  Guest: Al Harris of and Jeff Sadler, former General Manager of the now defunct Toad's Place
2. The city wide sustainability plan with guest Alicia Zatoff, The City of Richmond's Sustainability Manager
Tell Me More (11:00)
Wordy Birds with Liz Humes (12:00)
Today:  Matt Paxton and Phaedra Hise talk about their book, "The Secret Lives of Hoarders."  This part one of a two part series
Zero Hour with Tim Bowring (12:30)
Today:  Mandy Fitzgerald and Phyllis DeMaurizi –  fitzyface.coum
Sound Opinions (1:00)
Today:   Arcade Fire is in the studio to perform live and talk about their rise from small indie band to chart topping Grammy winners.
Talk of the Nation, Science Friday (2:00)
– Can stem cell treatments help athletes?
– The state of solar power
– Voyager 1, probing our solar system’s distant edge
– James Gleick on the history of information
Progressive Radio (4:30)
Today:    Colombian journalist and human-rights activist Hollman Morris.

Dennis J


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    June 17th, 2011

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