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A new theme, Queen, The Ramones, The Terrorists, discussing Jacob Riis Park, various beaches of the area, gypsy moth caterpillars are everywhere, Final Exam 1981 promo, the anniversary collage will be played later, Nick Lowe, The Raspberries, Roger
[first 45 minutes missing] A religious radio presentation from "All Scripture is Beneficial" with all sorts of added sound effects, electronic IDs, The Tripod Family: Pop and Charlie try to figure out the whole mess with Howard and Cathy and the family scandal is revealed, an unusual news update following Israel's military strike on Iraq, The Clash, an explanation of the mysterious music that's become the theme to the show, wondering about the feature that was played earlier, Eric turns out to know an old friend of Mike's, Mike tells a story about a similar incident that took place during a transcontinental trip, Buddy Angelillo will be filling in for Rob Zeiser tonight, Richard David Spano, the news directly from the newsroom, there is a baseball strike in progress, some minor league action, a new album from Arlo Guthrie, Gary U.S. Bonds, Dave Mason, the theme from "The Elephant Man," an update on the New York State tax return postal crisis, a disclaimer, nobody has figured out the mystery music yet, All Temperature Jeer outtake, backwards effects, medieval and renaissance music, a repeating delay effect, Ray Charles forest fire PSA, Bugs Bunny hard drugs PSA, a typo on the Associated Press weather forecast, David Bowie, Final Exam 1981 promo.Download It Now!
"Stardate," Dave Edmunds, Rockpile, Eric gets a job and has some words of encouragement for other job seekers, Buddy somehow precedes the show this week, Mike went into the city to do an interview with a National Lampoon person, Mike's first ever bus ride in New York City, a brief history of New York City buses, how the baseball strike is affecting people, the possibility of an air traffic controller strike, diamonds are discovered in a meteorite, Mike recalls his cross country Amtrak trip, how to pronounce nuclear, an appeal for Israel to bomb the Shoreham nuclear plant, there will be a Sidney Schreiber report tonight, Yoshiaki Masuo, it's pouring rain outside, Mike rode his bike to the station tonight, the kinds of dreams radio people have, Sidney Schreiber: the shocking traffic conditions on Long Island and a strange phenomenon known as "rush hour," tonight is prom night, the mystery of Fisher's Island, still wondering what the K stands for in classical music, Mozart on the pipe organ, Gynecologist in a Drum, an interview with John Bendell of National Lampoon, the True Facts section and how it turned into a book, the history of bus plunges, Mexican buses, amusing accident forms, the difference between deliberate and accidental humor, electronic ID, memories of Not The New York Times and Not The New York Post, Robert Palmer, The Tripod Family: Howard arrives in Huntington to look for Cathy, a look ahead at the weekend, rules for the collage, David Bowie, the WUSB Fourth Anniversary Collage, a complete look at the news, the looming air traffic controller strike, Willie Nile, Bunky and Spunky: advice on sex, Mike's trip to Smith's Point where he saw a huge washed up turtle, animal cruelty, the effect of the gypsy moth caterpillars on local trees, a flock of monarch butterflies arrive from Mexico at the same time every year, questions about the snail darter, the repaving of Nicoll's Road, the danger to bicyclists, a reference to the famous culvert trench sign at Stony Brook attributed to Sir Isaac Newton, how flagmen can make things worse, Jericho Turnpike is the most dangerous road in the world, Bad Manners, Bunky and Spunky: home owner tips, Janis Ian, Hound Dog Taylor, the time lady barges in, time zone differences, next week is the anniversary, Hound Dog Taylor sped up, the secret of The Chipmunks, the emergence of touch tone phones.Download It Now!
"Stardate," the fourth anniversary is here, the WUSB chorus sings "Happy Birthday," Mike had a "damn excellent" week, the United States Coast Guard band, military news, the $300 penalty for private use on federal mail, Mike figures out how to make silly noises with the board, Mike tries to call WPKN, there have been a lot of people moving in the last week, Marc Stern's landlord show, Bunky and Spunky Celebrity Cookout, All Temperature Jeer, The Moody Blues, Robert Klein ID, anti-fence announcement, an editorial on taking action on disgusting words on the radio, Kim Carnes, speed problems, pet expert Roger Hartley, Finkelstein's ice tongs, Mike's friend at WPKN doesn't want to be on the air, Eric's telephone trouble moving into a new house, another recent oddity involving phones in the Stony Brook area, Mike's experience calling the time in different parts of the country, the new Three Village Tobacco Farms satellite dish causes controversy, Alan Vega, The Tripod Family: Howard begins work at the vegetable stand, The Beatles, Final Exam 1981 promo, the news, Marvin Gaye, the WUSB signoff announcement, another signoff announcement, the signon announcement, Captain Kirk signon announcement, the station is now on 24 hours a day, Rob Zeiser is on next, Bunky and Spunky: tips on finding a place to live, Bunky and Spunky: garage sales, Bunky and Spunky Report, Dave Edmunds, a license renewal is denied to WLIR, Icehouse, The English Beat, a local game show, Eric is now sick at home, a promise of more coughing on the air, introductions, upcoming special anniversary programming, The Specials.Download It Now!