HEAT with John Hockenberry

Fridays in July and August at 3PM on 93.9 FM

Thursday, June 28, 2007

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A Long Sweet Visit
July 6 at 3PM on FM 93.9
John Hockenberry visits with bluesman Mose Allison and his daughter, singer Amy Allison.

Visions of Armageddon
July 13 at 3PM on FM 93.9
A HEAT Scrapbook of the Apocalypse.

Stories We Can Tell
July 20 at 3PM on FM 93.9
John swaps stories with Singer/Songwriter Luka Bloom, storyteller Mike Feder and cartoonist Lynda Barry.

The Contenders
July 27 at 3PM on FM 93.9
Singer/Songwriter Billy Bragg rewrites "The Internationale", novelist Joyce Carol Oates spars with George Foreman, and the late Spalding Gray turns the tables on John Hockenberry.

The Beginning of the End

August 3 at 3PM on FM 93.9
Just before Nelson Mandela's release from prison, John Hockenberry speaks with South African musician Johnny Clegg and political comedian Jimmy Tingle, along with a story from actress Lisa Fugard.

August 10 at 3PM on FM 93.9
Can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em: HEAT's poly-partisan take on the nuclear unit with special guests Matt Groening (and father), Mike Feder, the Robinson Family, Lynda Barry and Harry Shearer.

A Hard Day on the Planet
August 17 at 3PM on FM 93.9
HEAT's Joe Richman goes to 'borrow' a studio audience from David Letterman, for a live studio performance by Loudon Wainwright III, political comedian Jimmy Tingle.
John Hockenberry as the ringmaster.

Chance Encounters of Love
August 24 at 3PM on FM 93.9
Chance encounters of love with singer Nora York, renowned chef Vertamae Grosvenor and a reading of Raymond Carver's "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love."

George Carlin
August 31 at 3PM on FM 93.9
John Hockenberry dissects language, media and culture with comedian George Carlin.

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