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Monty Python, Contrix, trying to get Eric's microphone to work, Friday was inauguration day at Stony Brook, Eric and Mike are actually at the WUSB staff party during this show, Eric buys a 1964 Chevy to replace his old car, Eric begins a patriotic binge, Robert Gordon, Eric's tirade grows worse, Marty Robbins, Nick Lowe, an interview with Earl who's replacing the lights, Eric Andersen, an update on Eric's condition, The Rastafarians, Louis Armstrong, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Eric's patriotic binge continues, advice from callers, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, The Tripod Family: Cathy, Charlie, and Pop wonder what Howard is up to, a visitor from downstairs offers assistance with Eric's patriotic binge, the state of the campus during the presidential inauguration, The Motors, trying to get Eric to stop with the patriotism, George Thorogood, Eric slowly recuperates and tries to figure out what happened, The Rolling Stones, Bob Seger. [The last hour is missing.]Download It Now!
"Stardate," Tangerine Dream, thanks to Arnie, a loose connection, school has ended at Stony Brook, Mike has been sick, spring is in the air, Eric was in Washington DC Sunday for a demonstration, what's on tap tonight, jazz, Radio Free Long Island promo, Beethoven, some of the classical people at the station who might be able to write a good symphony, Mike did the bluegrass show with Jim Ross on Wednesday, talk of ice cream and bagels, the blooming of dogwood trees, aborted plans to take a bike ride after the show, appeals for collect calls to refuse, Eumir Deodato, Eric describes the scene with various groups in Washington during the demonstration, the signoff music comes on, Bunky and Spunky: alcohol, a Seventh Day Adventist Church story, a Tripod promo by Don Topeka, another Seventh Day Adventist Church story, Allen Sisson and Jacob Burckhardt, The Walter Family, clarification on ice cream cones, getting Louis Heckheimer to turn down the speakers, Louis demonstrates Eric's airhorn from his bicycle, Eric's cat story, Louis did an interview with the Heath Brothers, running down the WUSB schedule, John and Yoko, a Tripod outtake, apologies for the actions of Don Topeka, The Tripod Family: Howard tries to find a way to get back to Whitney Island, Guy Van Duser and Billy Novick, Bill Spence, the "Crockett's Victory Garden" theme, New York State runs out of postage sending out tax refunds, how the campus post office has been replaced by machines, the last weekend at Stony Brook, Eric accidentally steals a professor's pen while taking a final, a misplaced sound effect, Bruce Cockburn, Radio Free Long Island promo, What is a Pizza?, Barry Manilow, David Cassidy, Radio Free Yoder, Spot's Turf and Zit, calling information in Yoder, The Clash poster falls, old children's songs, Eric fails to find a Shirley Temple record, there was a Tommy Dorsey and Glenn Miller dub session last week, Bunky and Spunky: time travel safety tips, The Plimsouls, the Bunky and Spunky theme by Guy Van Duser and Billy Novick, memories of the first Bunky and Spunky production, tentative plans for a bike ride next week, Don Topeka appears out of nowhere, the next person is getting impatient. [end cut off]Download It Now!
"Stardate," microphone check in the background, generic drugs PSA, The Moody Blues, sound effects, Mike and Eric can't see each other, the bike ride is canceled because of the rain, Mike is standing by the window, Bill Senikowich is outside, finals are over, PDQ Bach, Eric passes through Mike's studio on his way to the window, trying to start Bill's car, trying to help another motorist, communicating with Bill over his car radio, the weather report from outside, Mike has a mystery package for Eric, a real scream from outside, PDQ Bach, generic drugs PSA, anti-fence announcement, sound effects, Philip Rambow, Stardate promo, another generic drug PSA at a different speed, two versions of the same announcement, Bruce Cockburn, S & M Rose showrooms, "SUNY Side Up" promo, Stevie Wonder, The Tripod Family: Howard talks to the strangers on the desert island, Talking Heads, an interview with Jerry Root at WHFS in Bethesda, the unique format of this commercial radio station, WNEW is the only free form station left in New York City, the Arbitrons. [The second half of this show is missing.]Download It Now!
"Stardate," the show has a new name, what the Radio Free Weekend is, a recording of abnormal heart rhythms, Eric's uncle is a doctor, Eric and Mike both walk out, an opera on sex, Ludwig Englander and Sydney Rosenfeld, the Port Jefferson Arts and Crafts Festival broadcast is this Sunday, all the lights are out, how climate can affect lifespans, how long certain animals live, looking forward to WUSB's 100th birthday, how whales used to be able to communicate, different kinds of birds, why WUSB should have a bird, an interview with Newsday radio columnist Annabelle Kerins, talk of the radio business, how licensing works, what people can do to get involved in broadcasting, how noncommercial radio is different, WUSB bumper stickers wrinkle when put on cars, the danger of deregulating radio and television, the odds of a column on Mike and Eric, Harry Chapin, The Buggles, Stanley Fisher's Offensive Driving School, Rockpile, why Eric wasn't around for the taping of the Annabelle Kerins interview, Eric's experience trying to get to a defensive driving class, Mike reveals the secret of Exits 65 and 66, a driving quiz, Mike and Eric trade driving stories, how advocating the overthrow of the government can lead to suspension of your license, The Tripods have been delayed, more on the Port Jefferson Arts and Crafts Festival this weekend, Gruppo Sportivo, Bunky and Spunky: harmful snacks, Monty Python, The Chipmunks, The Tripod Family: the family discusses chicken frankfurters and Uncle Jonathan pays a visit, The Shaggs with commentary, some of the comments made by WUSB staffers on the album covers, Mike sneezes on the air, some upcoming shows this weekend, more on animal lifespans, tadpoles and newts, some fast food chains, turtles and tortoises, the effects of aging, news of a memory pill, introductions, a court decision goes against employee rights, Kraftwerk, Mike and Eric have an "off-air" conversation, The Edge of Bunky and Spunky was on last week, critical comments about the station and the listeners, Eric reacts against Kraftwerk, turning the microphone off, Buddy Angelillo is coming up next, Eric's watch malfunctions, Ryan's Pig, rewinding the tape on the air, another driving question, what's upcoming this weekend, Mike will be on the air three times next week.Download It Now!
"Stardate," intro chorus, Mozart, Mike and Eric act like barbarians, trying to figure out what the K stands for, a police experiment to slow down speeders in Texas, a bridge in bad shape in Ronkonkoma, how Lynbrook got its name, what to rename certain towns, Messies Anonymous, the future of cash registers, calling a synthesizer voice, why Schubert can't be played, dialing and interacting with a voice activated system, Mayor Koch proclaims tomorrow Bob Marley Day, talking over the "Clockwork Orange" theme, reaction to last week's late start of The Tripod Family, Rossini, Dr. O.J. Dillard on health issues, Walter Carlos, backwards effects, messing with Beethoven, news involving the Guardian Angels, remembering Sidney Schreiber, Eric's theory on high crime areas, a bomb is found at a McDonald's in Brooklyn, Chinese music with sound effects, George Harrison, the "Close Encounters" theme, disco, a call demanding the Tripods, The Tripod Family: Howard starts to get impatient on the desert island and meets another stranger, Van Morrison, The Boomtown Rats, more interaction with the voice activated system, trying to find Tripod characters in New Jersey, a non-answering information operator, a surprise is coming up, Robert Gordon, a fantasy feature on honesty, a look at the news, discussing foreign weather, Buddy Angelillo arrives early, a visit from Pop Tripod, introductions, Roomful of Blues, a conversation with the overseas operator, news about pajamas, why Lister has the most famous reggae program in the world, Mike is filling in on this week's "Jazz on the Air," Uncle Rodney and Captain Christopher: the alphabet and arithmetic, it's very foggy tonight, Tom Waits, the transmitter shuts down, "Jazz Alive" promo, the president of Bangladesh is killed, Bunky and Spunky: job hunting, a collage of sound effects, Mike reads about Brookhaven Airport from the Brookhaven Industrial Commission brochure, the idea of Stonybrookhaven, electronic music, Rich Koch wanders into the studio, reports of raccoons trapped inside the Health Sciences Center at Stony Brook, saying good night to the voice activated computer, Electric Light Orchestra.Download It Now!