Suspense 3/31

In our next episode of SUSPENSE…two regulars at a bar find themselves involved in a conversation regarding the real rulers of the world- Martians…‘Don’t Look Now’, adapted for SUSPENSE by John C. Alsedek & Dana Perry-Hayes from the short story by Henry Kuttner, stars Daamen Krall, Catherine Kamei, and Rocky Cerda. So tune in Tuesday, March 31st at 7:30pm EST, and again at 7:30pm PST, for this tale well-calculated to keep you in…SUSPENSE!

Swing Museum 4/4

"THIS WEEK, building great music on ... Music Blocks!!!"

TVC 3/27

George Maharis and James Rosin: Next on TVC

March 24th, 2015

Actor George Maharis and author James Rosin will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio,

James Rosin has written a series of books on some of the great shows from the 1960s and 1970s, including Naked CityPeyton PlaceThe Streets of San Francisco and Wagon Train. Jim has recently updated his book on Route 66with new information about the classic TV series starring Martin Milner and George Maharis. Jim will join us in our first hour.

And speaking of Route 66, our second hour will include highlights from our April 2012 conversation with George Maharis in which George discusses, among other things, how he approached playing Buz Murdock, as well as the real reason why he left Route 66 in the middle of the third season.

All this, plus a brand new edition of This Week in TV History. It’s a full program as always, and we certainly hope you’ll join us.

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HSB 3/29

HSB 20: Arabella & the Knights

And they lived Happily Ever After. Sounds quite sweet doesn’t it? Yes, nothing says romance quite HSB Clip art Helmet Man_noducklike a fairytale… Come on! Could that truly be all there is?

Join us in our twisted medieval fairytale sequel to Sir Huey & the Dragon.

Just as Princess Arabella and Sir Huey were looking forward to their Happy Ending a mysterious illness strikes her father and forces the Princess to find a solution. She takes on the journey to save the King and takes with her….her best knight Sir Huey, The Wizard Bramble and our Hero that’s Super …Helmet Man! What crazy road blocks will they come across? Will they save the king? Does True love prevail? Will there ever be an ending that’s happy? Or an ever after? Find out Live this Sunday!

Swing Museum 3/28

THIS WEEK, our monthly edition of ... The Glenn Miller Hour!!!

DWP 3/24



New Music from Dana Fuchs and Game Theory on the Next DAVE WHITE PRESENTS!


If you haven’t yet experienced the powerful singing of Dana Fuchs, the next DAVE WHITE PRESENTS will blow you away! We promise!


For many fans, Dana Fuchs’ studio recordings, beginning with 2003’s   LONELY FOR A LIFETIME, are critically-acclaimed bluesy treasures full of the spirit of Classic Rock. Movie-goers know her best for her role as Sadie in 2007’s ACROSS THE UNIVERSE, a role created specifically for her. It should surprise no one that Dana played Janis Joplin in the off-Broadway hit, LOVE, JANIS. If there’s any singer most fans compare Dana to, it’s Pearl.


Last year,           the hotter-than-hot Dana Fuchs Band released the two-disc SONGS FROM THE ROAD, which includes a CD and DVD capturing the blistering show some seriously tight musicians can cook!       On DWP, Dana will talk about her career, her time working for MTV, her songwriting, and the delights of SONGS FROM THE ROAD. We’ll play two great samples for you, including the live version of her signature song, “Bliss Avenue.”


Then for fans of Power Pop and the “Paisley Underground,” we’ll introduce you to a band called Game Theory. Between 1982 and 1990, Game Theory released five studio albums and two EPs, but the odds are you never heard them. While the various line-ups lead by band founder Scott Miller wowed college audiences and rock critics, the releases went out-of-print for 25 years. During that time, Game Theory became a cult favorite, Miller passed away, but Omnivore Records thinks now might be time for Game Theory to rise to their rightful place in the rock pantheon. We think they’re right.


Longtime Game Theory road manager, sound engineer, and co-producer of the new series of re-issues, Dan Vallor,      will come to DWP to tell you why Game Theory is a band you should discover. He describes the musical complexity of their songs, the very literate story-telling of Scott Miller’s lyrics, and why the new re-issues are treasure troves of Game Theory’s studio albums, live performances, and more rarities than anyone thought possible.      The newest edition of the series is 1984’s REAL NIGHTIME, and we’ll play two choice tracks which will demonstrate why Game Theory was so hard to pigeon-hole and why they sound more fresh and contemporary now than they did all those years ago.

To round out our show, Dave White is pulling together a batch of “predictably unpredictable” comic surprises, and you’ll have to find out what they are on the next DAVE WHITE PRESENTS, Tuesday, March 24 at 7:30 p.m. Eastern, then 7:30 Pacific over–


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Hear you then!




HSB 3/22

HSB15: Rusty Laser & the Black Hole of Doom

Marvin the Merciless has struck again and young Rusty Laser’s parents have gone missing. Now it’s up to Spaceman_lasersuit_coverRusty to save his parents and the galaxy in a thrilling adventure through space and time! Tune in for Music, Comedy and Lasertastic Fun!

Swing Museum 3/21

THIS WEEK, the lovely & captivating voice of … Miss Margaret Whiting!!!

Suspense 3/17

In our next episode of SUSPENSE…a priceless pair of emeralds are the key to warming U.S./Hungarian relations during the Cold War, but a cunning lady cat burglar has them in her sights… ‘Red Rook, White King…Black Cat’, written especially for SUSPENSE by John C. Alsedek & Dana Perry-Hayes, stars Adrienne Wilkinson, David Collins, Ron Bottitta, Susan Eisenberg, Talon Beeson, Steve Moulton, and Dana Perry-Hayes. So tune in Tuesday, March 17th at 7:30pm EST, and again at 7:30pm PST, for this tale well-calculated to keep you in…SUSPENSE!

HSB 3/15

HSB 10: The Prickly Past of Johnny Goodheart:
Johnny Goodheart has won the West and his Sweetheart. Now with a wedding on the way,image what could go wrong? Introduce one dirty villain and a wild sibling and victory may not be so sweet for good ol’ Johnny. Join the fun and adventure this Sunday at 7pm!