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4765 State Route 52
Jeffersonville, NY 12748
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Currently on the Air:
Return to the Source
Doug Turner / WJAB
Fri, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
This is the mainstream jazz show you’ve been waiting for! “Return to the Source” provides the polished presentation and insightful selections that you would expect from a straight-ahead jazz show, and more. It is the real deal.
Host Doug Turner, a 25-year aficionado, does an exquisite job. From the first tune, you know that you can trust this host to deliver. He makes the classics trefreshing through his selection. He seems to know all the best tunes by all the great artists… including those you’ve forgotten about. And each week he devotes a portion of the show to featuring a particular artist’s music, with concrete information about the artist’s life and musical evolution.
“Return to the Source” is produced from the studios of AAPRC Affiliate WJAB-FM in Huntsville Alabama on the campus of Alabama A&M University.
Strings Attached features a seemingly endless variety of stringed instruments: guitar, mandolin, piano, lute, harpsichord, bouzouki, and more. Not limited to any one genre, the show encompasses musical forms from country to classical, world and folk music, jazz, rock or any other type that would exemplify virtuosity on any stringed instrument. Host, Antoine Magliano aims to engage and entertain the listener whose mind and ear is open to a diversity of musical styles.
CounterSpin is FAIR's weekly radio show, hosted by Janine Jackson, Steve Rendall and Peter Hart. CounterSpin is heard on more than 130 noncommercial stations across the United States and Canada. CounterSpin provides a critical examination of the major stories every week, and exposes what the mainstream media might have missed in their own coverage.
The Catskill Review of Books is a weekly interview program in which Ian Williams, an author living in the Catskills, interviews other writers about their works. Our added advantage is that instead of relying on the publishers' form Q & A's we actually read their books! Subjects range from Sex to Science Fiction, politics and media, booze and biographies, and where we can talk to local authors, of course we do. But so far our efforts to get Washington Irving on the Ouija board have failed.