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Some tape warbling, classical music, rumors of the end of "Brain Damage," Jim Wiener is affected by the change as well, beginning next week "Brain Damage" will be starting at midnight instead of 10 pm, Jim discusses his views on classical music, Eric gets the time in Moscow while Jim is talking, "Music For Modern Ears" will now follow the classical show, complaints that last week's Tripod episode squeaked, Jim's final words, "Moscow Mailbag" (post coup attempt), a new Big Audio Dynamite 2 EP, AIDS Walk PSA, a repeat of last week's Tripod Family episode with better sound quality, "Radio Art Noise" promo, The Tripod Family: Pop tries to get along with Toby The Wonder Dog, United Way/Stony Brook PSA, not enough circuits coming onto campus to handle incoming calls, news, the future of the Soviet Union if it breaks apart, last chance for listeners to call in at the old time, a controversial comment about Long Island by Governor Cuomo, the need for change, a debate over the need for welfare, a caller asks Eric to look in his mailbox, Babble Study - comparing words from the Bible to words from instruction manuals, how majority vote is almost never used for important issues, how the new time slot will change things, Japanese instructions on assembling a box, how Eric got in trouble as a child for following instructions too literally, how drinking can be dangerous when combined with other things, wondering who the last caller will be, Girls Dress Modestly, "No Sound Test" is moving to Thursday, Kibret expresses his joy at no longer following "Brain Damage," a final goodbye, "Radio Art Noise" promo, beginning of "Concert Billboard."Download It Now!
- 09 / 15 / 91 -
"Concert Billboard" in dub, sped up intro, getting the phone number from directory assistance, the first show at the new time, the Miss America pageant is in progress, Miss Hawaii wins, "Psychadelicatessen" has taken over the old "Brain Damage" slot, a communications hitch affects the space shuttle, a rundown of some of the local noncommercial radio stations, the Clarence Thomas hearings begin, the future of abortion rights, a caller with a Canadian perspective, an interview with a 7-11 clerk in Hawaii on the Miss America victory, a description of what 7-11s are like, the Long Island Railroad cuts the budget for the new double-decker cars, the absence of graffiti on subway cars, definition of what the show is all about, finding a new home for "Moscow Mailbag," the futility of banning flag burning, selections from the "Domestic Mail Manual," a look at the new TV season, postal regulations on shipping animals, what happens when you put a fish in a safety deposit box, Julee Cruise, Confuse The Operator: trying to translate non-numeric numbers, more info on Miss Hawaii, confusing names for local roads, fraternity signs appear on rocks at Stony Brook but other graffiti is erased, the future of "Twin Peaks," the importance of TV series that have a beginning and an end, trying to call Nazis, a Donald Trump sighting, calling the White Aryan Resistance, explanation of the kind of system they use, a message to Henrietta Acampora from Mr. Radio, a question about the big rock at Stony Brook, the next program hasn't shown up, Hal the program director calls in to talk about Paul Weisman's whereabouts and the new timeslot, a report of a buffalo in Lake Ronkonkoma, a poorly written story on the Miss America pageant, The Clash, Gabe Pressman/Robert Klein/sheep ID, Negativland, King Missile. This show goes on for an extra hour.Download It Now!
- 09 / 22 / 91 -
"Concert Billboard" in dub, The Last Church of the Apocalypse, calling the hotline for tomorrow's Central Park Rally with Billy Graham, the entire AT&T phone system crashes, how the alarm system at AT&T failed, modern day violence, controversy over new yellow lines painted on Route 25A, the lack of news, charges increase for climbing Mount Everest, the risk of AIDS, non-gays who stand up for gays, the value of calling racist hotlines, a caller criticizes Eric for making fun of operators, a suggestion for a conference call format, a caller explains the significance of "Dark Star" by The Grateful Dead, comments on Pee Wee Herman, a live Patsy Cline song, getting WUSB's phone number from directory assistance, is the anti-Christ about to be revealed?, how to meet men on a 900 number, what 900 numbers are really like, appending "in bed" to fortune cookie fortunes, an explanation of the Negativland song "Christianity Is Stupid," Mr. Radio talks about exotic dancing clubs, a caller talks about telephone issues and the future of area codes, Confuse The Operator: getting the number for Exxon from the screaming operator of Bhutan, What's For Lunch?, a caller critiques Eric's exchange with the operator from Bhutan, Confuse The Operator: a rematch with the screaming operator of Bhutan, The Big Guy is up next.Download It Now!
- 09 / 29 / 91 -
United Way/Stony Brook PSA, "Concert Billboard," Regis and Kathy Lee in concert, a religious tract entitled "Don't Read This," a replay of last week's encounter with the screaming operator of Bhutan, Confuse The Operator: trying to reach the screaming operator of Bhutan again, only one operator in Bhutan, Bhutanese holidays, wake up letters, everyone seems to have a cold because of the temperature changes, vital statistics for Bhutan, trying to find an airline that flies to Bhutan, What's For Lunch?, a new lunch lady, President Bush takes a bold step forward to cut nuclear arsenals, the condition of Ferdinand Marcos' body, Dr. Seuss dies, a call from Manorville, the flight of the buckmoth in the pine barrens of Long Island, the changing of Burma's name, plans to increase the signal strength out east, calling Air India, readings from Dr. Seuss, animal cruelty, 250,000 people show up in Central Park to hear Billy Graham, figuring out if callers will make it into heaven based on their answers to questions, Ministry, a religious tract entitled "The Power of God," words for listeners who may be possessed, how religion changed a caller's life, "Morning Star" coming on at 4 am, more from Dr. Seuss, Eric admits his dog is bisexual, the truth about rock stars, a call for Pete from "Morning Star," beginning of Paul Weisman follows.Download It Now!