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This Week in Original Programming (10/21 – 10/25): Author David Paul Kuhn, WRBH Tennis Tournament, D’Juice and Bill Rau of M. S. Rau Antiques!

What’s new this week on WRBH’s original programming? Check it out!

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PUBLIC AFFAIRS: Airs on Wednesday at 4PM and again on Sunday at 7:30AM. Host Lyn Koppel is joined by Billy Crawford to talk about WRBH’s upcoming Woman’s Tennis Tournament in November and also about ongoing tennis programs and history in New Orleans. Find out more about the Tennis Tournament here.

Smoothies from D'Juice Smothies in New Orleans

NOLA BY MOUTH: Airs on Wednesday at 4:30PM and Saturday at 9:30PM. Host Amy Sins takes us to the realm of fresh squeezed juice and smoothies with this week’s guests, Oak Street’s own D’Juice. Find out more about them here.

Bill Rau of M.S. Rau Antiques in New Orleans

AUDIO PORTRAITSTune in on Thursday at 4PM and Sunday at 1:30PM. Join host Shaun Johnson as he interviews the best and brightest of New Orleans and beyond. This week he welcomes on Bill Rau, owner of the longstanding M.S. Rau Antiques in the French Quarter. Learn what it takes to operate the shop and also some upcoming events to look forward to. Learn more about Rau and his store here.

Author David Paul Kuhn and his book What Makes It Worthy

THE WRITER’S FORUM: Tune in on Thursday at 4:30PM, Saturday at 8:30AM and Sunday at 1PM. Author, journalist and longtime political analyst David Paul Kuhn joins c0-host David Benedetto to talk about the modern American election circus and how it is reflected in his debut novel, What Makes It Worthy. Learn more about Kuhn here.

Miss your favorite interview program? Remember to check out WRBH’s Soundcloud page (www.soundcloud.com/wrbhreadingradio) where you can listen to all our previously aired interview shows.

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