1. The Bill Newman Show 3/14/2017

    Max Page on UMass firing its basketball coach Derek Kellogg; and the basketball coach’s salary being over $1 million/year; L.A. Kauffman, author of “Direct Action: Protest and the Reinvention of American Radicalism ;” Mary Jennings Hegar, author of “Shoot Like A Girl: One Woman’s Dramatic Fight in Afghanistan and on the Home Front;” Dave Hayes, the Weather Nut, on today’s storm; and a Fishwrap on Trumpcare and the CBO.

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  2. The Bill Newman Show 3/13/2017

    Josh Silver, C.E.O. of represent.Us, on Trump, Republicans, Democrats, Independents, voting, money in politics, despair and hope; Liz Friedman on the now bright prospects of Massachusetts enacting the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act.

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  3. The Bill Newman Show 3/10/2017

    New York times best-selling author and illustrator Mo Willems on “You Are Not Alone;” sculptor Harriet Diamond on “Driven from Their Homes,” a diaspora in miniature, and Judson Brown from the Valley Syrian Relief Committee, on that conflict and the suffering.

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  4. The Bill Newman Show 3/9/2017

    Rabbi Riqi Kosovske; Rabbi Justin David, Rev. Peter Ives, and Rev.-Rabbi (sort of) Monte Belmonte on Purim, the book of Esther, anti-Semitism, threats to Jewish Community Centers and Donald Trump, and Israel’s ban of BDS supporters; professor Adam Alter, author of “Irresistible: the Rise of Addictive technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked.”

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  5. The Bill Newman Show 3/8/2017

    We celebrate International Women’s Day with Code Pink’s Susan Lantz and new American citizen and refugee from Burma Moo Kho Paw; Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Larry Hott on Oscar- nominated documentaries; Natalia Munoz and Masslive and Republican newspaper reporter Elizabeth Roman.

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  6. The Bill Newman Show 3/7/2017

    Professor and astronomer Salman Hameed on the effect of Trump’s Muslim ban and then, particularly under present circumstances, seven planets where you might want to resettle; PHENOM (Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts) founder Max Page on the “State of the University.”

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  7. The Bill Newman Show 3/6/2017

    Sudan expert, 40 year Smith College and now Harvard, professor Eric Reeves on the ongoing genocide and the world turning a blind eye; Lindsay Sabadosa on the International Women’s Day protest and rally in Northampton; a very special edition of “Black in the Valley” with Rev. Dr. Jacquelyn Smith-Crooks, Professor Carlie Tartakov and 106-year-old African-American community elder Herlda Senhouse.

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  8. The Bill Newman Show 3/3/2017

    A day of Jaquelines! NPR with Rich Michelson and Jacqueline Woodson; then, Jacqueline Sheehan on her new novel “the tiger in the house;” Harriet Diamond joins Betsy Stone on “Inside/Out.”

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  9. The Bill Newman Show 3/2/2017

    A very special expanded edition of “The Reverend and the Rabbi” with Tahirah Amatul Wadud; “Your State U” with Max Page.

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  10. The Bill Newman Show 3/1/2017

    New sheriff in town: Pat Cahillane; best-selling author Elinor Lipman on her new novel, “On Turpentine Lane;” Vaya con Munoz.

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