Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 11-21-2022

Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 11-21-2022

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The Jazz Sound with Rick Petrone

Host Rick Petrone will speak with Brazilian drummer Duduka Da Fonseca. He just came out with a new CD called “Yes.” His group will be performing at the Jazz Forum in Tarrytown on Friday and Saturday, November 25, 26.

Monday, November 21 at 2:00 PM.

Writer’s Voice with Francesca Rheannon

We talk with digital philosopher Douglas Rushkoff about his book, “Survival of the Richest: Escape Fantasies of the Tech Billionaires.” The work of Indigenous philosopher Tyson Yunkaporta is praised in “Survival of the Richest.”

We air an excerpt from our 2020 interview with Tyson Yunkaporta about his book, “Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World.”

Monday, November 21 at 10:00 PM.

Jim Motavalli 

8:30 PM I will be talking to the CEO of an Israeli company that makes a robot called Elli-Q that acts as a companion to elderly people living alone.

9:30 with Eric Rhoads, who heads Streamline, publisher of Radio Ink. We will be talking about disappearing AM radio in cars. The AM band gets a lot of interference from the electric motors in EVs.

Tuesday evening, November 22.

East End Ink 

Poets Elaine Sexton and Andrea Carter-Brown read their work. Recorded at Canios Cultural Cafe Sag Harbor.

East End Ink is heard on the 4th and occasional 5th Wednesday each month.

Wednesday, November 23 at 6:30 AM (repeated at 8:00 PM)

Rock Therapy with Rob Silber

At 11:00 AM host Rob Silber will speak with legendary drummer Carl Palmer who will discuss his upcoming show The Return Of Emerson, Lake & Palmer at College Street Music Hall.

“I’ll kick off the show with a Thanksgiving tradition as I play Arlo Guthrie’s Alice’s Restaurant” at 10:00 AM.

Thursday, November 24.

All Mixed Up with Peter Bochan

The 50th Anniversary of Shortcuts. My my how the time flies. Peter Bochan’s Shortcuts celebrates 50 years this month as we take a sonic look at the 20th Century.

Friday, November 25 at 8:30 PM.

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