1. The Bill Newman Show 4/12/2017

    Live in the studio, the incomparable singer-songwriter Nerissa Nields previews Saturday’s benefit concerned for the ACLU; Carolyn Oppenheim and Andrew Larkin preview Monday’s Patriot Day’s protest in Northampton; and New Yorker writer David Owens reviews and previews the fights for water—his new book is “Where the Water Goes: Life and Death Along the Colorado River.”

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  2. The Bill Newman Show 4/10/2017

    Political Gold with Josh Silver, CEO of Represent.US on Democrats in Georgia, political ethics and direct democracy in South Dakota; and money in politics everywhere; Naila Moreira, Writer in Residence at Forbes Library, with authors Therese Soukar Chehade, and Emanuel Dongala on War, Conflict and Refugees: the literature of crisis.

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  3. The Bill Newman Show 4/7/2017

    “Jacques Briel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris” and coming to Greenfield thanks to Silverthorne Theatre Company , director Chris Rohmann and singer-actor Stephanie Carlson – time for a cabaret! Before that we talk about confirmation bias and differing perspectives on immigration; and after the cabaret, we feature our Arts Correspondent Betsy Stone.

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  4. The Bill Newman Show 4/6/2017

    Black in the Valley with hosts Professor Carlie Tartakov and Rev. Dr. Jacquelyn Smith-Crooks and special guests Hampshire College Professors Chris Tinson and Wilson Valentin-Escobar — on the Black Panther Party and the Young Lords; Reverend Peter Ives and Rabbi Justin David—just back from his trip to Israel.

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  5. The Bill Newman Show 4/5/2017

    NCIS-Northampton Criminal Investigative Service with Attorney Harry Miles; The Northampton Living Wage Coalition with Attorney Kitty Callaghan.

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  6. The Bill Newman Show 4/4/2017

    “1984” the movie tonight –free –at the Academy of Music —with filmmaker Larry Hott and Emily Curro from the Academy of Music; Your State U with Max Page; and Hampshire College professor and astronomer Salman Hameed on the return of Pluto, a/k/a a planet again!

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  7. The Bill Newman Show 4/3/2017

    Political novelist Ellen Meeropol on “Kinship of Clover; “Black in the Valley” with Professor Carlie Tartakov and Rev. Dr. Jacquelyn Smith-Crooks.

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  8. The Bill Newman Show 3/31/2017

    Live in the studio, Annie Patterson and Peter Blood, preview The Justice for All Concert in Amherst; Pasqualina Azzarello shows that Easthampton is indeed a happening place.

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  9. The Bill Newman Show 3/30/2017

    Stellan Vinthagen, professor of Non Violent Direct Action and Civil Resistance & editor of Journal of Resistance Studies; from NHS, amazing actors — Leah, Simone, Lucia, & Beth– preview Tears Of Laughter and more; Reverend Peter Ives and Revered Catherine Munz on the odd and unexpected paths to spiritual awakening.

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  10. The Bill Newman Show 3/29/2017

    Amherst College professor Ilan Stavans and Double Edge Theater’s Carlos Uriona on “Immigration—A Gathering— A Town Hall Meeting this Sunday; “Cool Films with Larry Hott” celebrates, reviews, and previews upcoming films at The Jewish Film Festival; former Republican Congressman and FBI target Trey Radel on “Democrazy: A True Story of Weird Politics, Money, Madness, & Finger Food;” and then, Vaya con Munoz.

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