Johns Hopkins Gazette: February 26, 1996

WJHU Radio Program Notes

     The Marc Steiner Show is a public affairs call-in program
which airs from noon to 2 p.m. weekdays with a repeat at 7:30
p.m. Guests and topics are subject to change.
     Scheduled for this week:

Monday, Feb. 26
Noon--Clipper Mill artists.
1 p.m.--Walter Amprey, superintendent of Baltimore City Public

Tuesday, Feb. 27
Noon--Violence, television and children.
1 p.m.--A discussion on retirement planning.

Wednesday, Feb. 28
Noon--Franz de Waal, primate researcher and author of Chimpanzee
Politics and Good Natured.
1 p.m.--Robert Provine, a "laughter researcher."

Thursday, Feb. 29
Noon--Gregory Howard Williams, author of Life on the Color Line:
The True Story of a White Boy Who Discovered He Was Black.
1 p.m.--Artist Sue Coe.

Friday, March 1
Noon--Activist/scholar Abdul Alkalimat.
1 p.m.--Weekly news roundup.

     The Lisa Simeone Show airs Sundays at 10 a.m. The hourlong
program features conversations and interviews with thinkers and
newsmakers and includes weekly commentary by Hopkins professor
and media critic Mark Crispin Miller.

     WJHU can be heard at 88.1 FM.

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