Johns Hopkins Gazette: September 5, 1995

WJHU-Radio Program Notes

      This week's guests on "The Marc Steiner Show" (7 to 8:30
p.m.) include Harry Connolly, author of "Heading Home: Growing Up
In Baseball" on Monday; the Baltimore City comptroller s debate
on Tuesday; the candidates for president of Baltimore City
Council debate on Wednesday; and a repeat of the Aug. 31 mayoral
debate on Thursday.

      "The Lisa Simeone Show," a one-hour interview program,
premieres at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 10, with guest Carl
Hiaasen, a best-selling author and controversial "Miami Herald"
columnist--dubbed Hurricane Hiaasen by "Vanity Fair." Hiaasen
will discuss, among other things, his latest novel, "Stormy
Weather," a hilarious romp through the South Florida world of
tasteless tourists, escaped convicts and greedy developers.

      On Sundays from 4 to 5 p.m., WJHU will broadcast the new
National Public Radio series, Jewish Short Stories from Eastern
Europe and Beyond. 

      The 13-part series, hosted by Leonard Nimoy, features
stories by modern Jewish writers read by leading stage and screen
actors, such as Alan Alda, Lauren Bacall, Walter Matthau, Julie
Kavner, Rhea Perlman and Jerry Stiller. Each program includes an
introduction highlighting the story's central themes. 

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