Johns Hopkins Gazette: February 5, 1996

     The Marc Steiner Show airs five days a week, from noon to 2
p.m., and features a different guest or topic in each hour.
Guests and topics are subject to change. WJHU can be heard at
88.1 FM.
     Scheduled for this week:

Monday, Feb. 5
Noon--The guest is Ray Bradbury, author of Fahrenheit 451 and The
Martian Chronicles.
1 p.m.--Discussion on socially responsible business practices.

Tuesday, Feb. 6
Noon--A conversation with David Zinman, music director of the
Baltimore Symphony.
1 p.m.--Holocaust survivor Blanca Rosenberg.

Thursday, Feb. 8
Noon--Dr. Barry Gordon discusses memory and forgetting.

Friday, Feb. 9
Noon--DeWayne Wickham, author of Thinking Black.
1 p.m.--Local news round-up.

     Black Radio: Telling It Like It Was will air every Friday in
February, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Through interviews, historical
air checks, comedy, drama and music, Black Radio reveals the
correlation between milestones of black-oriented radio
programming and African American culture. Hosted by Lou Rawls.

Friday, February 9
7:30 p.m.--Jack Cooper and Al Benson: Cooper's radio program,
"The All-Negro Hour," made its debut in 1929 and was the first
successful black broadcasting effort.

8 p.m.--WDIA: The Goodwill Station, the first station in the
United States with an all-black on-air announcing staff, which
included B.B. King and Rufus Thomas.

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