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Weekly Schedule 04/25 – 05/01

Tulane Games:

BASEBALL:

  • TUESDAY APRIL 26th @ University of South Alabama | Pregame 6:15p | First Pitch 6:30p
  • FRIDAY, APRIL 29th @ University of Central Florida | Pregame 4:45p | First Pitch 5:00p
  • SATURDAY, APRIL 30th @ University of Central Florida | Pregame 4:45p | First Pitch 5:00p
  • SUNDAY MAY 1st @ University of Central Florida | Pregame 11:45a | First Pitch 12:00p

BOOKS ON AIR:

Best Selling Non-Fiction: GUMBO LIFE written by Ken Wells

Great Literature: THE LAST DUEL: A TRUE STORY OF TRIAL BY COMBAT IN MEDIEVAL FRANCE written by Eric Jager

Best Selling Fiction: 11/22/63 written by Stephen King

Contemporary Classics: THE FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE written by Jonathan Lethem

The Book off the Shelf:  THE POPE WHO WOULD BE KING: THE EXILE OF PIUS IX AND THE EMERGENCE OF MODERN EUROPE written by David I. Kertzer

Little Free Library Book: THE DAUGHTERS OF TEMPERANCE HOBBS written by Katherine Howe

The Random Book: THE CODE: SILICON VALLEY AND THE REMAKING OF AMERICA written by Margaret O’Mara

Children’s Book:  ARE ALL THE GIANTS DEAD? written by Mary Norton

Young Adult Literature: THE TOMBS OF ATUAN written by Ursula K. LeGuin

The Self-Help Book: DARKNESS VISIBLE written by William Styron

Mystery Hour: THE PERSIAN GAMBLE written by Joel C. Rosenberg

Biographies:  BORN A CRIME: STORIES FROM A SOUTH AFRICAN CHILDHOOD written by Trevor Noah

WRBH After Dark: WANDERLUST written by Danielle Steele

Spanish Book: TBD

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