Visual Radio Live!
Visual Radio #510
FRIDAY APRIL 8, 2011
Music director Ken Selcer starts off with a song!
Christopher Parlon will be talking about movies! The Wonderful Show's Joe LaRocca may drop in as well
Source Code starring Jake Gyllenhaal and directed by will be featured along with other flicks.
Our guest by phone is Kyle Jason, star of the film
THE QUIET ARRANGEMENT
The Quiet Arrangement's director, David C. Snyder spoke, with us on March 25
Our weekly SPORTS SEGMENT WITH JOHNNY "THE KID" BYERS will feature a tribute to the late Lou Gorman. Johnny met Lou on a couple of occasions and Lou sent me (Joe V) a letter while I was producing at WCGY 93.7 in response to a positive letter I wrote about the Red Sox in the Globe or the Herald.
Frank Dello Stritto will talk about , our Public Domain film of the week at
9 PM - a film by Josh Binney featuring Nat King Cloe, and
Visual Radio #511 coming soon!
Visual Radio #509 is a TAPED interview with Harlow Giles Unger; Jay Harris is co-host
Taping on April 4th, 2011
APRIL 15th tba
APRIL 22nd we might be off the air for renovations! WinCAM is RENOVATING the entire week!
April 29th tba
May 6th tba
Program #508 Friday Evening April 1...
8:05 PM Martin Popoff, co-author of The Collector's Guide To Heavy Metal Vol. 4.
Mitch Diamond The Karboard Kid
Medford's Mitch Diamond is a rock & roll detective who knows the value of posters, flyers, handbills, musician business cards...the paper goods that record collectors and film buffs go crazy over. He can appraise things and talk about the various journeys some of the items have taken in this interesting world.
JOHNNY "THE KID" BYERS phones in with a sports report
FRANK DELLO STRITTO talks about our films!
9:05 PM Billy Shear's STRIKE FORCE with Richard Gere, Don Blakely and Cliff Gorman
10:35 CORRUPT with Harvey Keitel, John Lydon, Sylvia Sidney No, not the story of a public access TV station up the road...it's a real movie!
JOHNNY ROTTEN'S FIRST MOVIE! The Sex Pistols' singer in the film CORRUPT!
9:05 - 12:28 AM! It's actually four hours and 23 minutes of Visual Radio if you look at it that way!