KIERAN MULVANEY to appear on first episode of VISUAL RADIO LIVE
Visual Radio goes LIVE on Friday nights starting February 4, 2011
Host and guest-hostess Kate Genovese (of the tv show Table Talk) will interview Kierand Mulvaney at 8:10 PM on Friday night (see press release below)
to discuss THE GREAT WHITE BEAR: A Natural and Unnatural History of the
You can watch via the worldwide web
Broadcast on the Verizon network in most of Massachusetts and on
Comcast in Winchester
Preceding Visual Radio Live is the debut of THE WONDERFUL SHOW with
Joe LaRocca. FIlmmaker Joe LaRocca discusses the Oscars, the weather and his
Top Ten Films of 2010
Throughout 2010 WinCAM broadcast SOAPBOX with Joe LaRocca, Joe Viglione and other hosts. http://wincamsoapbox.blogspot.com/
Friday nights have evolved in 2011 into three programs...
The Wonderful Show from 7-8 pm
Visual Radio Live from 8-9 pm
Friday Night Films from 9-whenever
FRANK DELLO STRITTO discusses Sherlock Holmes TERROR BY NIGHT screening at 9 PM!
SHERLOCK HOLMES TERROR BY NIGHT
Join noted author Frank Dello Stritto and host Joe Viglione as they discuss the featured movie which follows Visual Radio each and every Friday night.
Dello Stritto's books include the Bela Lugosi biography Vampire over London as well as A Quaint and Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore
PREVIOUSLY AIRED on WinCAM's Friday Night Movie show
Sherlock Holmes Dressed To Kill
Sherlock Holmes & The Secret Weapon
Polar bears are majestic creatures who make a perfect cold-weather story, and KIERAN MULVANEY celebrates them in his new book THE GREAT WHITE BEAR: A Natural and Unnatural History of the (1/12/11). Kieran will be in Boston on Friday, February 4 (doing an event at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Saturday, February 5). Would you be interested to interview him?
THE GREAT WHITE BEAR also looks at the future for polar bears – everything about them, from their build and their behavior to their teeth, is designed for them to live on the sea ice and hunt seals. As the sea ice goes, so go polar bears. And the sea ice environment is declining: the last four years have seen the lowest Arctic sea ice levels in recorded history. Here’s a heartbreaking story Kieran wrote just last week – about a polar bear who had to swim for nine days (232 hours!) to reach sea ice: http://news.discovery.com/earth/polar-bear-swims-for-nine-days-pays-heavy-price.html
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New article in the Medford Transcript
BOSTON GLOBE ARTICLE: LANDING BIG NAMES:
BOSTON GLOBE ARTICLE, PART 2, November 2008