Timely Issues. "Critique With Morton Mecklosky" guests and topics include
Stephen Zunes, University of San Francisco, on countering terrorism without
harming innocents; David Gibbs, University of Arizona political science
department, on Washington's new interventionism; and Tod Ensign, director of
Citizen Soldier, on alternatives to militarism, WUSB/90.1 FM at 10 a.m.
Stand Up for America. WOR 710/AM radio personalities will broadcast live
and commercial free beginning at 8 a.m. from Bryant Park, between 40th and 42nd
Streets and Fifth and Sixth Avenues, Manhattan. The public is welcome.
Proceeds will benefit survivors of New York police officers and firefighters.
Special guests include Sen. Hilary Clinton and former mayor Ed Koch. Stars from
shows such as "42nd Street," "Aida," "Cabaret," "Chicago," "Forbidden
Broadway" and "Music Man" will perform, on WOR/710 AM.
Weighty Issue. Dorie McCubbrey, author of "Don't Diet," and Duffy Spencer,
host of "Just Relationships," discuss how to live healthfully without dieting,
on WHPC/ 90.3 FM at 4 p.m.
In Word and Deed. Rick Hinshaw of The Long Island Catholic discusses the
application of Catholic teaching with Joseph A. Varacalli, director of the
Nassau Community College Center for Catholic Studies and host of "The Catholic
Alternative," on WHPC/90.3 FM at 6 p.m.
In Recital. "Onstage With Young Concert Artists" series features Korean
violinist Ju-Young Baek performing works by Webern, Brahms, Bartok, Corigliano
and Sarasate, on WQXR/96.3 FM at 9 p.m.
To list special programming, call Alice Norkett at 631-843-2863.