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Weekly Schedule for 01/02 – 01/08

Announcements:

Due to a programming error, our airing of Plainsong by Kent Haruf did not broadcast in it entirety.  Therefore, upon conclusion of The Wall, we will re-air Plainsong in the Contemporary Classics Category.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

Tulane Women’s Basketball:

Thursday, January 5th vs. UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON | 6:00pm Tip-Off | 5:45pm Pregame
Sunday, January 8th @ EAST CAROLINA | 1:00pm Tip-Off | 12:45pm Pregame

BOOKS ON AIR:

Best Selling Non-Fiction: NO ONE CARES ABOUT CRAZY PEOPLE: The Chaos and Heartbreak of Mental Health in America written by Ron Powers

Great Literature:  DELTA WEDDING written by Eudora Welty

Best Selling Fiction:  SWEET TOOTH written by Ian McEwen

Contemporary Classics: PLAINSONG written by Kent Haruf

The Book off the Shelf:  THE CHIMES written by Charles Dickens

Little Free Library Book: A HISTORY OF FUTURE CITIES written by Daniel Brooks

The Random Book: FIRST: SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR  written by Evan Thomas

Children’s Book:  GREEK GODS AND GODDESSES written by Geraldine McCaughrean

Young Adult Literature: TEHANU written by Ursula K. LeGuin

The Self-Help Book: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO BUDDHIST MEDITATION written by Paramananda

Mystery Hour: GRAY MOUNTAIN written by John Grisham

Outer Limits: THE TIME MACHINE written by H.G. Wells

WRBH After Dark: MIRACLE written by Danielle Steele

Spanish Book: El misterio de la cripta embrujada  written by Eduardo Mendoza Garriga

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