"Something in the Air" On the Air
Fyi, I'll be discussing my new book, "Something in the Air: Radio, Rock and the Revolution that Shaped a Generation," on two shows today, both of whose producers have rummaged around in the radio archives to dig up some really cool sounds from throughout the history of the medium:
At 4 p.m. Sunday, "From the Nation's Capital" with Sam Litzinger airs on Washington Post Radio, 1500 AM and 107.7 FM; it's a full hour of highlights from the book. Outside the Washington area, this show can be heard on XM Satellite Radio on Channel 133 (XM Public Radio) or online at www.washingtonpostradio.com
Also at 4, Bob Edwards Weekend airs on WETA (90.9 FM); a half-hour segment on the book is scheduled to air in the second half of the hour, at around 4:30. Outside the Washington area, this show airs on hundreds of public radio stations. Check here for the time in your area.
Sound clips, excerpts, reviews and more about the book are at www.marcfisher.com
By Marc Fisher |
January 14, 2007; 9:23 AM ET
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