WRBH Reading Radio Logo, click to return to home page
"Reading Fine Print."
                    

This Week on WRBH (02/10 – 02/16)

Current Young Adult Literature selection, A Separate Place

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 written by Colson Whitehead and read by Langston Fishburne and, starting Tuesday, WE CAST A SHADOW written by Maurice Carlos Ruffin and read by Gregory Smith (M-F 9AM-10AM; 10-11PM)

Best Seller Non- Fiction  –  NO WALLS AND THE RECURRING DREAM: A MEMOIR written by Ani DiFranco and read by Rosanna Shepherd (M-F 6AM-7AM; 4PM-5PM)

Book Off The Shelf –  SHARP: THE WOMEN WHO MADE AN ART OF HAVING AN ART OF HAVING AN OPINION written by Michelle Dean and read by Naomi Orlansky (M-F 1:30PM-2PM; 3AM-3:30AM)

Great Literature  –  MIDDLESEX written by Jeffrey Eugenides and read by George Trahanis and, starting Tuesday, INVISIBLE MAN written by Ralph Ellison and read by Phil Radecker (M-F 10AM-11AM; 1AM-2AM)

Short Stories  –  Stories from 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 and, starting Tuesday, A SEPARATE PLACE written by John Knowles (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)

Leave a reply

Sign up for Our Newsletter
WRBH Daily Broadcast Schedule
Featured Books
* = required field
Coming up next...
  • Non-Fiction Book Tuesday, 06:00-07:00

View Full Daily Schedule
A Gentleman in Moscow

A Gentleman in Moscow

Featured Best-Selling Fiction Monday – Friday @ 9am-10pm / 10pm – 11pm The mega-bestseller with more than 1.5 million readers that is soon to be a major television series One of five Summer 2019 reading picks by Bill Gates “The novel buzzes with the energy of numerous adventures, love affairs, [and] twists of fate.” —The

RSS Feed Symbol - RSS Feed follows The New Orleans Advocate

  • Next big issue for Legislature is redistricting. State rep from Crowley will step to the fore.
    Published onin 2 hours
  • Rabalais: Paul Mainieri doesn't go out on winning note, but he definitely goes out a winner
    Published onin 1 hour
  • Buried by home runs, LSU's season ends in blowout loss to Tennessee at super regional
    Published onin 51 minutes
  • Follow live: LSU plays Tennessee in Game 2 of super regional; how to watch, who's starting, more
    Published on16 hours ago
  • LSU loses Game 1 of super regional to Tennessee after messy sixth inning
    Published on18 hours ago
  • LSU women's track and field team takes second in 4x100 relay; finishes sixth at NCAA meet
    Published on20 hours ago
  • When is the LSU vs. Tennessee super regional game on Sunday? Game time announced
    Published on20 hours ago
  • How Louisiana legislators overcame divisions, altercations to address long-neglected issues
    Published on21 hours ago
  • Check out the Outdoors calendar
    Published on21 hours ago
  • Rain down, fishing up; ater levels falling, clearing across area
    Published on21 hours ago

Untitled Document
Want to listen to WRBH while you browse?
(*This will open a pop-up window that will begin playing our live broadcast - please disable pop-up blockers to proceed.)

LISTEN LIVE

Featured Sponsor:
New Orleans Silversmiths Logo
WRBH 88.3 FM, Radio for the Blind and Print Handicapped, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is the only full-time reading service on the FM dial in the United States. At WRBH, our mission is to turn the printed word into the spoken word so that the blind and print handicapped receive the same ease of access to current information as their sighted peers.

facebook logo - click to go to our facebook page Twitter logo - click to go to twitter page


3606 Magazine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Email: Listen@WRBH.org | Fax: 504.899.1165
website designed by HERO|farm
Pending Certifications:
ISO, Section 508 Compliant