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Book Week Starts Today!

Welcome to WRBH Book Week! From Monday, August 17 to Friday, August 21, we’re dusting off our shelves, digging into the archives, and broadcasting some of the best of our literature and original programming from the past ten years. Here’s your Book Week schedule for Monday:

 

6-7am Old Time Radio   

7-9am Times Picayune Newspaper of the Air    

9am-12pm Best-Selling Non-Fiction: Wild by Cheryl Strayed       

12-12:30pm News@Noon   

12:30-1pm The Writer’s Forum (Replay): Candice Huber, Tubby & Coo’s Mid-City Book Shop      

1-1:30pm Public Affairs (Replay): Andru Okun, Antigravity Magazine        

1:30-2pm Audio Portraits (Replay): Todd Bol, Little Free Library       

2-5pm Best-Selling Non-Fiction: In The Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson            

5-8pm Bookshelf: Mystick Krewe of Swan Songs by Darlene Olivo            

8-9pm Great Literature: The Secret History by Donna Tartt             

9-11pm Best-Selling Non-Fiction: Yes Please by Amy Poehler          

11pm-1am Best-Selling Non-Fiction: The Lost Dogs by Jim Gorant               

1-3am Best-Selling Non-Fiction: Let’s Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson            

3-5am YA Literature: Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz   

5-5:30am Audio Portraits (Replay): Todd Bol, Little Free Library       

5:30-6am New Orleans by Mouth (Replay): Braithe Tidwell, Sucré      

 

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