On the Air: Aug. 28, 2008
Thursday: 9 a.m. “The Morning Show” Mike Thornton and Paul Emery, The News Brothers, jaw about the Democratic Convention and forthcoming election.
Noon – “The Good News Show” Monthly intervention of noteworthy events and positive developments.
2 p.m. “Good Stuff” While Kim Rogers is away, Susan Klein gets to play.
6 p.m. “Democratic National Convention” Barack Obama’s historic nomination acceptance speech, live from Denver before 75,000 persons.
Friday: 8 a.m. “The Morning Show” Political consultant Shawn Garvey analyzes
the Democratic Convention’s end live from Denver.
7 p.m. “Democracy Now!” Progressive and independent media analysis of the Obama nomination and speech.
8 p.m. “Ital Culture” Reggae and dub, with Redlocks.
Saturday: 7 a.m. “Backroads” Larry Hillberg gives barbecue lessons in mime.
Noon – “Ragged But Right” Thomas Greener’s beem lassoing some new humor
and novelty tunes.
6 p.m. “Jewels and Binoculars” Mr. Barco, Dylanologist.
8 p.m. “Dead Air” Music of the Grateful Dead.
Sunday: 12 a.m. “Lil Angel’s Blues Cafe” The proprietor returns and, with a tip of the hat, serves up jump blues that won’t quit.
9 a.m. “Kani Ka Pila” Hawaiian music and culture.
Noon – “E-Town” Live from Red Rocks in Denver, music artists include Aimee Mann, David Grey and Beth Orton.
4 p.m. “Transglobal Sound System” Dawn Fischer gets your world music odometer spinning and then some.
6 p.m. “Sunday Night Showcase” A Moody Blues retrospective.
9 p.m. “Loafer’s Glory” Tall tales and eccentric music, with the legendary U. Utah Phillips.
Monday: 2 p.m. “Jimmi Accardi’s Rock’n’Roll Party” Oldies.
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Susan Klein parachutes into the studio after her Antarctica sky diving summer vacation.
8 p.m. “The Women’s Show” Jodi Selene’s guest is Jan Adrian, author of “Healing Journeys: Cancer as a Turning Point.”
Tuesday: Noon “Conversations” Michael Stone’s guest is Dwight Hopkins, “Being
Human: Race, Culture and Religion.”
1 p.m. “The Men’s Show” Call-in about integrity and men’s lives — at home, work, relationships.
8 p.m. “The Other Side” Post-modern to pre-historic comedy from George Carlin, Mel Brooks, Bob Newhart, Lenny Bruce and others.
Wednesday: Noon “Rabble Rousing” Chamba Lane’s annual show reviewing this year’s Burning Man Festival in the Nevada desert.
4 p.m. “Music Magazine” Jenny Michaels demonstrates how she won a Gold Medal on the balance beam.
8 p.m. “Celtic Cadence” Anne Hestbeck demonstrates how she won a Gold Medal in the pub crawl.
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Editor’s note: The following is the 2021 Valedictorian Address for Ghidotti High School, given by graduate Amina Federspiel-Otelea.