Johns Hopkins Gazette: September 11, 1995

WJHU-Radio Program Notes

     This week, the The Marc Steiner Show moves to weekdays, five
days a week, from noon to 2 p.m., featuring a different guest or
topic in each hour; one of the hours is repeated in the evening
from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. 
     Scheduled for this week:

Monday, noon--Baltimore's congressional delegation; 1 p.m.--a day
in the life of a homicide detective.

Tuesday, noon--author Robert Timberg (Nightingale's Song); 1
p.m.--discussion on banning alcohol and tobacco billboards.

Wednesday, noon--post-election day coverage; 1 p.m.--former Gov.
William Donald Schaefer.

Thursday, noon--author Bruce Olds (Raising Holy Hell); 1 p.m.--
Gov. Parris Glendening.

Friday, noon--farewell to The Evening Sun; 1 p.m.--author Gerald
Duff (That's All Right Mama). 

     On The Lisa Simeone Show (10 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 17),
author and Vietnam veteran Tim O'Brien talks about his latest
novel, In the Lake of the Woods, a story of a Vietnam vet running
for political office who is forced to come to terms with his war
experiences. And regular commentator Mark Crispin Miller will
discuss mass media takeovers.

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