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This Week on WRBH (01/27 – 02/02)

Current Best-Selling Fiction book, All This Could Be Yours, written by Jami Attenberg

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 Update)

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Books:

Best Seller Fiction  –  ALL THIS COULD BE YOURS written by Jami Attenberg and read by Jillian Richman (M-F 9AM-10AM; 10-11PM)

Best Seller Non- Fiction  –  FIFTY INVENTIONS THAT CHANGED THE MODERN ECONOMY written by Tim Hartford and read by John Deal  (M-F 6AM-7AM; 4PM-5PM)

Book Off The Shelf –  YOUNG RADICALS: IN THE WAR FOR AMERICAN IDEALS written by Jeremy McCarter and read by Sarah Holtz (M-F 1:30PM-2PM; 3AM-3:30AM)

Great Literature  –  MIDDLESEX written by Jeffrey Eugenides and read by George Trahanis (M-F 10AM-11AM; 1AM-2AM)

Short Stories  –  Stories THE REFUGEES by Viet Thanh Nguyen (Sat 8PM-9PM;Thurs 3AM-4AM)

Biographies  –  THE GOOD NEIGHBOR: THE LIFE AND WORK OF FRED ROGERS written by Maxwell King (M-F 9:30PM-10PM)

Young Adult Literature –  EVANGELINE OF THE BAYOU written by Jan Eldredge (M-F 7:30PM-8PM)

Crescent City Chronicles  – WITNESS TO CHANGE: FROM JIM CROW TO POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT written by Sybil Haydel Morial (Sat-Sun 1:30PM-2:30PM)

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

Tales of Terror   –  THE BACHMAN BOOKS: Roadwork by Stephen King (Tues 11PM-12AM)

Monday Mystery   – FREEFALL: A NOVEL by Melissa Pimentel (Mon 11PM-12AM)

Thrilling Thursday – NO EXIT by Taylor Adams (Thurs 11PM-12AM)

WRBH: After Dark  – ELUSIVE by Kay Hooper (Sat 11PM-12PM; Wed 2AM-3AM)

Children’s Stories – THE BORROWERS written by Mary Norton  (8AM-8:30AM)

Spanish –LA ISLA BAJO EL MAR by Isabel Allende (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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