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SATURDAY
5:00 AM SAT Atlanta Business Chronicle w/ Todd Brown. Repeat  
6:00 AM SAT Other Places / Other Things w/ Brian Childers.  



> SMITHSONIAN



> NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC



> ARCHAEOLOGY
7:00 AM SAT World of Science w/ Sara Frooman.  



> SCIENCE NEWS



> SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
7:57 AM SAT Book Summaries  
7:59 AM SAT Daily Program Guide  
8:00 AM SAT Atlanta Journal Constitution-Live  
9:00 AM SAT Daily Program Guide followed by Be Prepared w/Julius Suber and Listener Spotlight  
9:05 AM SAT ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION  (CONTINUED)  
10:00 AM SAT

Disability Rights-Independent Living on the 1st Saturday of each month followed by Blind Viewpoint (Dialogue, Braille Monitor, BVA Magazine).Sponsored by Walton EMCAt Your Service w/Ken Traina on the 2nd Saturday. Sponsored by John & Mary Franklin FoundationDisability Rights-Transportation on the 3rd Saturday of each month followed by Blind Viewpoint (Dialogue, Braille Monitor, BVA Magazine). Sponsored by Walton EMC.  ACB Reports on the 4th Saturday of the month.

 
10:30 AM SAT Blind Viewpoint on the1st and 2nd Saturday of each month. Sponsored by Walton EMC. Assistive TECH w/Shy Shivers on 2nd Saturday of each month. Features interviews with researchers from the Georgia Tech’s Sonification Lab.  Under the direction of Dr. Bruce Walker and the School of Psychology, the Lab develops sound technologies for visual experiences. Book Cornerairs on the 3rd Saturday of each monthEye on Blindness on the 4th Saturday of each month. Repeat.  
11:00 AM SAT

Kitchen Kapers w/ Kathleen Clemons. (Cooking Light,  Taste of Home, Cook's).

 
11:30 AM SAT Southern Living w/ Gwen Kelly.  
12:00 PM SAT Home & Family Hour w/ Karen Stewart.  



> LADIES' HOME JOURNAL



> GOOD HOUSEKEEPING



> WOMAN'S DAY



> BETTER HOMES & GARDENS
1:00 PM SAT Bloomberg Business Week w/ Janet Smith .  
2:00 PM SAT Black Publications w/ James Lenzer. (Jet, Black Enterprise, Ebony, Essence). Repeat  
3:00 PM SAT Community News w/Dave Clower.  



> THE DEKALB NEIGHBOR



> THE NORTHSIDE NEIGHBOR



> THE ATLANTA DAILY WORLD
4:00 PM SAT

Classic Books (airs Saturdays & Sundays):

June 7th to July 5th BILLY PHELAN’S GREATEST GAME by American author William Kennedy. Read by Tom Jowers.  (9 episodes)

July 12th to August 3rd PETER PAN by English author J. M. Barrie. Read by Jacquee Minor. (8 episodes)

Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta

 
5:00 PM SAT Dixie Living w/ Steve Diffley.(Southern Authors & Columnists).  
6:00 PM SAT Time & Newsweek w/ Marcia Brandes.  
7:00 PM SAT The Music Room w/Dave Riggs. (Jazz Times, Blues   Revue, Country Weekly, & other music publications).  
8:00 PM SAT Book Summaries  
8:03 PM SAT Technology Talk w/Daji Kuweza.  
>WIRED  



> PC COMPUTING



> PC WORLD



> PC MAGAZINE
9:00 PM SAT Volunteer Spotlight w/Jane Boynton followed by Political Magazines w/Justin Ryan.
>THE NEW REPUBLIC
> THE NATION
> NATIONAL REVIEW
> THE AMERICAN SPECTATOR
> MOTHER JONES
w/Judy Hales
 
10:00 PM   Publisher’s Best Book Hour-  
     

THE OMNIVORE’S DILEMNA by Michael Pollan. Read by Jay Palmer. (17 episodes, 06/23/14 – 07/11/14)

      THE WHEAT FIELD by Steve Thayer. Read by Tom Jowers. (8 episodes, 07/12/14 – 07/21/14)
     

DAVID AND GOLIATH: UNDERDOGS, MISFITS AND THE ART OF BATTLING GIANTS by Malcolm Gladwell. Read by Ed Wolpert. (9 episodes, 07/22/14 – 07/31/14)

11:00 PM   For Late Listeners Book Hour  
      LAWLESS WORLD; AMERICA AND THE MAKING AND BREAKING OF GLOBAL RULES FROM FDR'S ATLANTIC CHARTER TO GEORGE W. BUSH'S ILLEGAL WAR by Phippe Sands. Read by Matt Robbins. (14 episodes, 06/17/14 – 07/02/14)
     

ROBERT B. PARKER’S BULL RIVER by Robert Knott. Read by Jim Beattie. (8 episodes, 07/03/14 – 07/11/14)

      ONE SUMMER: AMERICA 1927 by Bill Bryson. Read by Matt Robbins. (20 episodes, 07/12/14 – 08/04/14)



SUNDAY
12:00 AM   For Night Owls Book Hour -  
      THE STORYTELLER by Jodi Picoult. Read by J. D. Hickey. (17 episodes, 06/14/14 – 07/03/14)
     

SNAKE SKIN by C. J. Lyons. Read by Ruth Ellsbree. (16 episodes, 07/04/14 – 07/22/14)

      THE BLACK-EYED BLONDE by Benjamin Black. Read by Tom Jowers. (10 episodes, 07/23/14 – 08/02/14)
1:00 AM SUN National Enquirer w/ Marcus Calloway.  
2:00 AM SUN Overnight Book  
      A TIME TO KILL by John Grisham. Read by Martha Kennedy. (18 episodes, 07/01/14 – 07/20/14)
      A SECRET HISTORY OF TORTURE by Ian Cobain. Read by Bob Brier. (12 episodes, 07/22/14 – 08/03/14)
3:00 AM SUN Dixie Living w/ Steve Diffley.  (Southern Authors & Columnists). Repeat.  
4:00 AM SUN Volunteer Spotlight w/Jane Boynton followed by Political Magazines w/Justin Ryan. Repeat.  
5:00 AM SUN Time & Newsweek w/ Marcia Brandes. Repeat.  
6:00 AM SUN Politics & Culture w/ Jim Clark. (American Spectator, National Review, The New Republic, The Nation Magazines).  
7:00 AM SUN Previews, Reviews & Profiles w/Arthur Cole  



> ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY



> TV GUIDE



> PREMIERE
>VANITY FAIR
7:57 AM SUN Book Summaries  
8:00 AM SUN Atlanta Journal Constitution-Live  
9:30 AM SUN BREAK - DAILY PROGRAM GUIDE followed by Listener Spotlight  
9:35 AM SUN Atlanta Journal Constitution-Continued-Live  
11:00 AM SUN Macon Sunday Paper  
12:00 PM SUN Discover Magazine w/ Leonard Brown.)  
1:00 PM SUN People w/ Lynne Greenfield.  
2:00 PM SUN Atlanta Magazines w/ Page Smith.  



> GEORGIA TREND



> ATLANTA
3:00 PM SUN Reader’s Digest w/ Eleanor Beattie.  
4:00 PM SUN

Classic Books (airs Saturdays & Sundays):

June 7th to July 5th BILLY PHELAN’S GREATEST GAME by American author William Kennedy. Read by Tom Jowers.  (9 episodes)

July 12th to August 3rd PETER PAN by English author J. M. Barrie. Read by Jacquee Minor. (8 episodes)

Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta

 
5:00 PM SUN

Children’s Story Hour:
1st & 2nd Sun
classic stories w/Elizabeth Falkner.  Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta.

The Break w/Providence Christian Academy student airs on the 3rd Sunday of the month.. Sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Atlanta

The Lullaby Hour w/Sheila Tenney for 2-6 year olds on the 4th Sunday of the month. Sponsored by the Junior League of Atlanta. Passport to Reading w/Sarah Ford on the 5th Sunday of the month.

 
6:00 PM SUN Career Corner w/John Osgood, Kee Haspel and Spencer Peterson. The 4th Sunday of the month includes "Let's Get to Work" with Sam Hall of the Georgia Department of Labor  
7:00 PM SUN Tales of the Wild West w/ Sam Word.  
8:00 PM SUN Handle With Care w/ Telmeko Smith.  
8:30 PM SUN The Adventurous Palate w/Carol Dekker.(bon apetite, Food & Wine, Thursday AJC Restaurant Reviews, Vegetarian Times).  
9:00 PM SUN New York Times Book Review w/ Lynne Maxwell.  
10:00 PM SUN Science Fiction Hour w/Eric Hill.  



> ANALOG SCIENCE FICTION/SCIENCE FACT
> ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE
11:00 PM SUN Mystery Story Hour w/Russ Marshall. (Alfred Hitchcock &      Ellery Queen mystery magazines).   



SUNDAY OVERNIGHT
12:00 AM MON It’s a Woman’s World w/Monique Johnson. (Cosmopolitan,     More, Oprah, Self).   
1:00 AM MON PEOPLE MAGAZINE (REPEAT)  
2:00 AM MON THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW (REPEAT)  
3:00 AM MON BLACK PUBLICATIONS (REPEAT)  
4:00 AM MON ATLANTA MAGAZINES (REPEAT)  



> GEORGIA TREND



> ATLANTA
5:00 AM MON CAREER CORNER (Repeat)  

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