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This Week on WRBH (02/11 – 02/17)

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Tulane Basketball & Baseball Games:

Green Wave vs. UCF Knights: Wednesday, February 13th, 7pm – 9pm @ Green Wave

Tulane University Baseball vs. George Washington University: Friday, February 15th, 6:30pm – 9:30pm @ Tulane

Green Wave vs. Memphis Tigers: Saturday, February 16th, 2pm – 4pm @ Green Wave

Tulane University Baseball vs. George Washington University: Sunday, February 17th, 1pm – 4pm @ Tulane

Original Programming:

Public Affairs: Rusty Lavergne of Flying Wings of Louisiana (Rebroadcast)

NOLA By Mouth: Windowsill Pies (Rebroadcast)

The Writer’s Forum: Classical Music Critic Anthony Tommasini & One Book One New Orleans’ Megan Holt

Figure of Speech: Writer Ben Luton

Books:

Best Seller Fiction  –   Segments 15 through 17 of MANHATTAN BEACH by Jennifer Egan and read by Jillian Richman and, starting Thursday, segments 1 and 2 of THE FLOATING WORLD by C. Morgan Babst and read by Julie Schwarz (M-F 9AM-10AM; 10-11PM)

Best Seller Non- Fiction  –  Segments 18 through 20 of THE CORPORATION: AN EPIC STORY OF THE CUBAN AMERICAN UNDERWORLD by T. J. English and read by Geoff Worden, and also starting on Thursday, segments 1 and 2 of NEW ORLEANS & THE WORLD: 1718 – 2018 TRICENTENNIAL ANTHOLOGY edited by Nancy Dixon and Bryan Boyles and read by Rosanna Shepherd (M-F 6AM-7AM; 4PM-5PM)

Book Off The Shelf –  Segments 30 through 34 of IN THE WOODS by Tana French and read by George Bond (M-F 1:30PM-2PM; 3AM-3:30AM)

Great Literature    –  Segment 4 of ELECTION by Tom Perrotta and read by Jane Trucksis and starting Tuesday, segments 1 through 4 of THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde and read by Bruce Mohat (M-F 10AM-11AM; 1AM-2AM)

Short Stories  –  Stories from the New Yorker archive (Sat 8PM-9PM;Thurs 3AM-4AM)

 Biographies  – FLANNERY O’CONNOR: A LIFE by Brad Gooch  (M-F 9:30PM-10PM)

 YA Literature –  THE KINGDOM KEEPERS by Richard Pearson and starting Tuesday, DACTYL HILL SQUAD by Daniel Jose Older (M-F 7:30PM-8PM)

Crescent City Chronicles  –  DOWN AND OUT IN NEW ORLEANS: TRANSGRESSIVE LIVING IN THE INFORMAL ECONOMY by Peter I. Marina (Sat-Sun 1:30PM-2:30PM)

Weird & Wonderful – Tales for Philip K. Dick and more! (Fri 11PM-12AM; Mon 1:30M-2:30AM)

Tales of Terror   –  THE DEAD ZONE by Stephen King (Tues 11PM-12AM)

Monday Mystery   – THE CROW GIRL by Erik Axl Sun (Mon11PM-12AM)

Thrilling Thursday – LIES SHE TOLD by Cate Hollahan (Thurs 11PM-12AM)

WRBH: After Dark  – BREAKFAST IN BED by Rochelle Alers (Sat 11PM-12PM; Wed 2AM-3AM)

Children’s Stories  – WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS by Wilson Rawls (8AM-8:30AM)

Spanish –  PATRIA by Fernando Aramburu and read by Salvador Mundez (Sun 6PM-7PM)

Margie’s Science Fiction Hour Various stories from across Sci-Fi history. Read by Margie Kollis (Wed 11PM-12AM; Fri 2AM-3AM; Sat 10PM-11PM)

Military History – Battles, Wars, and History from across the years. Read by Pat Huntley  (Sun 8PM-9PM)

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