Thursday 7:00 - 8:00am
With 13 million people in NYC every day, everyone’s got a different story. Every week Marie Faustin and her guests serve up stories and experiences that’ll have you laughing, or crying, or immediately booking a flight to The City That Never Sleeps.
Tuesday Midnight - Wednesday 1:00am
Reserve within thy kingdom, A “Mansion” for the Rat!” - Emily Dickinson
While we still retain our interest in the fresh new bright shiny things of the daylight – we may find it just as interesting to explore the wonders of things discarded and forgotten in the dustbin of history. A free-form late-night focused on media, literature, and topical events.
Ama Karikari Yawson
Tuesday 4:00 - 5:00am
All over New York City, people are interested in "making it.” How to Make it in the City aims to provide a bridge to a better life by creating a place where thought leaders and successful individuals can show others the path towards massive success, financial abundance, emotional freedom, better lives for themselves, and better circumstances for their communities.
Wednesday 6:30 - 7:00pm
TrumpWatch With Jesse Lent explores the proposed policies and pronouncements of U.S. President Donald Trump and examines the cold hard facts A broad spectrum of opinions and voices will be included in the search for understanding.
Thursday 6:30 - 7:00pm
Keeping an Eye on the Trump Debacle; how does a New York City landlord with bad hair and fascist tendencies lead millions into new national nightmare? Is Donald J. Trump proof that it can happen here? Every week Paul DeRienzo will be answering that question and more.