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This Week on WRBH (02/17 – 02/23)

This Week on WRBH (02/17 – 02/23)

Original Programming: Public Affairs: Mardi Gras Rules w/ Ramsey Green, Deputy Chief Administration Officer for the City of New Orleans The Music Show: New Orleans Jazz Orchestra’s performance of Zachary Lazar’s Vengeance (a One Book One New Orleans event) NOLA By Mouth: Chef Hardette Harris The Writer’s Forum: John Pope, longtime reporter for the Times-Picayune/ New Orleans Advocate Figure of

We Cast A Shadow

We Cast A Shadow

Featured Best-Selling Fiction Monday – Friday @ 9am-10pm / 10pm – 11pm “An incisive and necessary” (Roxane Gay) debut for fans of Get Out and Paul Beatty’s The Sellout, about a father’s obsessive quest to protect his son—even if it means turning him white Longlisted for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize • “Stunning and audacious . .

This Week on WRBH (02/10 – 02/16)

This Week on WRBH (02/10 – 02/16)

Original Programming: Public Affairs: Dr. Megan Moreno, Deputy Director of NOLA EMS The Music Show: New Orleans Jazz Orchestra’s performance of Zachary Lazar’s Vengeance (a One Book One New Orleans event) NOLA By Mouth: Chef Hardette Harris The Writer’s Forum: John Pope, longtime reporter for the Times-Picayune/ New Orleans Advocate Figure of Speech: REPLAY Books: Best Seller Fiction  – 

The Nickel Boys

The Nickel Boys

Featured Best-Selling Fiction NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD FINALIST ONE OF TIME MAGAZINE’S 10 BEST FICTION BOOKS OF THE DECADE WINNER OF THE KIRKUS PRIZE LONGLISTED FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD In this bravura follow-up to the Pulitzer Prize, and National Book Award-winning #1 New York Times bestseller The Underground Railroad,

This Week on WRBH (02/03 – 02/09)

This Week on WRBH (02/03 – 02/09)

Original Programming: Public Affairs: Anne Foundas of the Brain Institute of Louisiana.  Part 1 of ‘Technology and the Brain” series.  (REPLAY) The Music Show: New Orleans Jazz Orchestra’s performance of Zachary Lazar’s Vengeance (a One Book One New Orleans event) NOLA By Mouth: Morgan Angelle of Bellegarde Bakery (REPLAY) The Writer’s Forum: Cheryl Gerber, author of Cherchez la

All This Could Be Yours

All This Could Be Yours

Featured Best-Selling Fiction “All hail Jami Attenberg, the queen of dysfunctional families.” —Refinery29 “Big Little Lies meets Succession in the scorching heat of the Big Easy . . . Money, power and family are touched upon through Attenberg’s emotional, humorous and sharply written accounts.” —Parade“This is how you write a very good novel about a very bad man.” —New York Times From

This Week on WRBH (01/27 – 02/02)

This Week on WRBH (01/27 – 02/02)

Original Programming: Public Affairs: Margaret Ether, of Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA-Jefferson) The Music Show: New Orleans Jazz Orchestra’s performance of Zachary Lazar’s Vengeance (a One Book One New Orleans event) NOLA By Mouth: Ian McNulty, Food Critic for The Advocate The Writer’s Forum: Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, author of The Revisioners: A Novel (w/ One Book One New Orleans February

This Week on WRBH (01/20 – 01/26)

This Week on WRBH (01/20 – 01/26)

Original Programming: Public Affairs: Jason J. Leader, Director of Communications for Nunez Community College The Music Show: New Orleans Jazz Orchestra’s performance of Zachary Lazar’s Vengeance (a One Book One New Orleans event) NOLA By Mouth: Ian McNulty, Food Critic for The Advocate The Writer’s Forum: Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, author of The Revisioners: A Novel Figure of Speech:

Middlesex

Middlesex

Featured Great Literature “Part Tristram Shandy, part Ishmael, part Holden Caulfield, Cal is a wonderfully engaging narrator. . . A deeply affecting portrait of one family’s tumultuous engagement with the American twentieth century.” ―The New York Times “Expansive and radiantly generous. . . Deliriously American.” ―The New York Times Book Review (cover review) “A towering

This Week on WRBH (01/13 – 01/19)

This Week on WRBH (01/13 – 01/19)

Original Programming: Public Affairs: Jeffery Darensbourg, resident artist at Studio in the Woods The Music Show: REPLAY NOLA By Mouth: Ian McNulty, Food Critic for The Advocate The Writer’s Forum: TBD Figure of Speech: Robert Fieseler, local writer Books: Best Seller Fiction  –  WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING written by Delia Owens and read by Jackie Bullock (M-F 9AM-10AM; 10-11PM) Best Seller Non-

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We Cast A Shadow

We Cast A Shadow

Featured Best-Selling Fiction Monday – Friday @ 9am-10pm / 10pm – 11pm “An incisive and necessary” (Roxane Gay) debut for fans of Get Out and Paul Beatty’s The Sellout, about a father’s obsessive quest to protect his son—even if it means turning him white Longlisted for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize • “Stunning and audacious . .


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