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HERE YOU WILL FIND OUR LISTING OF RADIO SHOWS.

IF A GUEST HAS A
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These shows aired on Sunday nights from Midnight to 1 am

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 12/16/96

 no guest

  For the next three shows...

 1 hr

 
 12/23/96

 no guest 

 Ken and Ed just take calls...

 1 hr

 
 12/30/96

 no guest

 During this holiday season, it seemed tough to book guests.  1 hr  
 01/06/97

Margie Spears Saaski

 The creator and writer of Beleagean Days for Evolution Comics talks about science fiction, writing comics, writing prose, and the Teen Titans (she's the founder of TitanTalk, a Teen Titans Apa).  1 hr
 01/13/97

 Mercy Van Vlack

 A versatile artist, we talked about drawing x-rated comics and cartoons, mainstream comics, comic strips, pencilling, inking, publishing, art directing and Celtic illustration.  1 hr  
 01/20/97

 no guest

       Listener phone calls.  1 hr  
 01/27/97

Ted Rall

 Funny, provocative, interesting, entertaining, controversial and cynical. He explained why political cartooning is a dead-end for people of generation-x, such as himself. This interview and the one from 5/7/02 will be appearing in an upcoming issue of Comics Forum.  1 hr  
 02/03/97

 Lynn Johnston

 Pledge-drive Special with the funny and charming creator, writer and artist of the newspaper comic strip For Better or Worse.
With Jan Roaix and Jeff Lindenblatt.
 1 hr  
 02/10/97

Pre-emption

 WBAI Membership Drive  0 hrs  
 02/17/97

 Mark Hamill
Lynn Johnston

  An hour of more fundraising as the drive was extended. We played the rest of the Lynn Johnston interview from two weeks ago and a Pledge-drive Special replay of part of the 11-8-95 interview with the voice of The Joker, Mark Hamill (Star Wars had just been re-released).  1 hr  
 02/24/97

Pre-emption

 Richard Wagner Ring Cycle Special   0 hrs  
 03/03/97

  No Guest

  We did a few reviews then took listener phone calls. There was a lot of discussion on female characters in comic strips starting with Little Iodine and going to Little Lulu, Little Audrey and Little Orphan Annie. We continued the discussion onto Sidney's Smith's Carrier Wave.   1 hr+  
 03/10/97

 "Jack Kirby"

 We brought back Mark Evanier, this time to discuss Jack, since he worked so closely with the "King."  1 hr  
 03/17/97

  Friends of Lulu

 Elaine Weschler-Chaput and Naomi Basner discuss the organization that is promoting comics by or for girls and women.  1 hr  
 03/23/97

 Great Eastern
Comic Convention

 Another set of several short taped interviews from New York's largest comic convention.  1 hr  
 03/27/97

 "Otto Binder"

 A letter in NY Press got us thinking about Otto Binder...and so we went on the air with Rich Morrissey discussing the man's comics career.  1 hr  
 03/31/97

 Buzz

 The outrageous and very entertaining former artist for Vampirella and some lesser-known independent comics.  1 hr  
 04/07/97

 Paul Norris

 The co-creator of Aquaman back in 1940 and long-time writer and artist for the comic strip Brick Bradford. Aquaman with a pipe?  1 hr  
 04/14/97

 no guest

       Listener phone calls.  1 hr  
 04/21/97

 Alex Simmons

 Actor, song-writer, screen-writer and comic book writer/publisher. We talk about his Blackjack and Race Against Time and about racism.  1 hr  
 04/28/97

 Bob Pinaha

 Long-time letterer and production man, he's also a Marvel stockholder who left the business, but still loves the art form. There was a lot of behind-the-scenes information in this show.  1 hr  
 05/05/97

 Bernie Wrightson

 One of the best and most influential artists in comics, especially horror comics. We talked a lot about the craft of drawing, whether it's comics, posters or TV Guide covers.  1 hr  
 05/12/97

 Chris Companik

 We had a scheduled guest who at the last minute couldn't make it so we surprised Chris by making him this week's guest and talked about his porn comics career, including the "fried chicken story."  1 hr  
 05/19/97

 Fred Schodt

 The author of Manga, Manga, Manga discusses the Japanese Comics industry.  1 hr  
 05/26/97

 Ed Vick

 of MU Press talking about anthropomorphic comics and the state of the industry regarding independent or alternative comics. This show broke the news of MU folding up shop.  1 hr  
 06/02/97

 Pledge Drive Special

 Mark Wheatley, Frank Cho, Alan Gross and more.  3 hrs  
 06/09/97

 no show

 pre-emption for pledge drive continuation  0 hrs  

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