3/4 – Author and private investigator Dave Watts talks about his new book Becoming an Author. Angela Giovine from The Bucks Happenings Organization.
3/11- Mary Bode shares yoga at 80 from her practice. Derrick Morgan from the Travis Manion Foundation talks about helping veterans.
3/18 – Carol Dvoor from Safe Harbor
3/25 – Chris Snyder of the Bucks County Library System. Guests from the Hunterdon Healthcare System discuss the dangers of vaping.
On the Monday March 4th edition of Book Talk!, George Point talks about Showtime at the Apollo, a graphic novel in which author Ted Fox and artist James Otis Smith bring Harlem’s legendary theater to life in an 85th Anniversary adaptation of Fox’s 1983 definitive history of the iconic performance venue.
Then on the Monday, March 18th edition of Book Talk! hear George’s take on Ghost, a National Book Award Finalist for Young People’s Literature by author Jason Reynolds that’s been nominated as one of America’s best-loved novels by PBS’s The Great American Read.
Book Talk! airs on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month at 3:30 on Let’s Talk with Claudine Wolk and Andy Kin. Stream archived editions any time from the Book Talk! show page at wdvrfm.org.
3/5-Author Christina Rasmussen discusses her book, Where Did You Go? Written after the death of her husband, explores the journey of the soul and her search for other side.
3/12-Colon Cancer Awareness Month- Rose Puelle, Ph D, Hunterdon Center for Population Health, and Hunterdon Health Gastroenterologists, discuss colon cancer prevention and awareness.
3/19-Author Dinorah Nieves,PhD, explores themes of healthy relationships and her research, in her book, ‘Love You’, 12 ways to be who you love.
3/26-New Jersey Author, Victoria Schmidt, discusses how, in her 97th year, she is still thriving and enjoying life in her new book ‘Victoria’s 95 Secrets to a Happy, Healthy, Long Life.
Canine topics TBA
Canal House 4-5pm Kitchen Hour w/Melissa Hamilton and Christopher Hirscheimer
Food topics and guests TBA
3/6- Kristen Schwartz, co-founder of the The Potager, in Milford, NJ. We’ll talk about her forte, floral design, and all the other neat things this new local market has in store.
3/13- Welcome back Jersey Cider Works cider maker Cameron Stark, to talk apples and cider making at Ironbound Farm in Asbury, NJ.
3/20-Welcome Spring with a special interview with author and father of the local food movement Gary Nabhan, to discuss his new book Food from the Radical Center, Healing our Land and Communities.
3/27- Residential Landscape Design-Build Gardeners’ Roundtable, panel TBA
3/1 – Jonathan Karmel, author of, “Dying To Work: Death and Injury in the American Workplace”
3/8 – Dr Khell Lindgren, United States astronaut m, who spent four months working on the international space station and currently is working at NASA in Houston for a return voyage
3/15 – Susan Frontera, author of “Solve the Divorce Dilemma: Do You Keep Your Husband or Di You Post Him On Facebook?”
3/22 – Michael Takiff, author of A Complicated Man: The Life of Bill Clinton”
3/29 – Jesse Jarnow, author of “Wasn’t That a Time: The Weavers, the Blacklist, and the Battle for the Soul of America”
Night Waves 10pm and 11pm Special Music Programs:
Women & the Blues vol. 6 with Carla
11pm George Goldner, the man with the golden ear who helped get get America rocking and rolling in 50s and 60s.
Live with Math & Gene
Music of Queen with Melba Toast
Music of Dire Straits with Ted Valerio
Fundraising live two hour show