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The morning show on Long Island’s only local NPR radio station, 88.3 WLIW-FM, hosted by award-winning multi-platform journalist, Gianna Volpe, features music from all decades & genres, as well as folks from all walks of life. The Heart airs LIVE 9am to 11am weekday mornings, with a nightly replay at midnight streaming at wliw.org/radio
 
Behind the Headlines is a new one-hour, weekly public radio program featuring conversations about the local and regional news of the week. Providing analysis of the latest local and regional and cultural issues, Behind the Headlines is hosted by Express News Group editors Bill Sutton and Joseph P. Shaw. To bring listeners a diversity of perspectives, voices and views, each week Sutton and Shaw will host a rotating panel of esteemed guest journalists and colleagues, from a robust collection o ...
 
George Hirsch Lifestyle Radio explores how people from all walks of life are woven together through food and culture. No matter who they are or where they’re from, the experience of sharing a meal and exchanging tradition is a language everyone understands. In an extension of his long-running public television series, chef George Hirsch shares his holistic approach to lifestyle and food through compelling conversations with a broad array of distinctive guests – on topics ranging from nourish ...
 
A Tale of Two Teachers is a WLIW-FM special program and a part of Chasing the Dream: Poverty, Justice and Opportunity in America, a public media initiative from PBS flagship station, WNET in New York. Bob McKinnon, host of the podcast Attribution, talks with two married Long Island teachers. They share their extraordinary experiences teaching in different Long Island schools over the course of this challenging year.
 
Peril and Promise: The Challenge of Climate Change is a special WLIW-FM half-hour program focusing on the unique challenges and choices confronting eastern Long Island. A reporting initiative from the WNET Group, the program is hosted by veteran journalist and Planet Forward creator, Frank Sesno. Together with a panel of experts and local officials, he explores the effects climate change is already having on eastern Long Island, what communities are doing about it now, the challenges ahead, ...
 
Exploring Hate on Eastern Long Island is a special WLIW-FM 30 minute program and part of “Exploring Hate,” a reporting initiative from The WNET Group on antisemitism, racism and extremism. Host Julian Phillips moderates a panel of experts who have devoted their careers to addressing the issues of hate on Long Island and their on-going efforts to eradicate this multi-faceted dilemma. This special broadcast will examine some of the deep-seated roots of hate which exist on Eastern Long Island—b ...
 
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This week on Behind The Headlines, the panel discusses a number of topics, including the new Southold Town Board, revisions to the Open Meetings Law, property tax reassessments and the temporary closing of the East Hampton Airport. Joseph P. Shaw, Executive Editor, The Express News Group Bill Sutton, Managing Editor, The Express News Group Annette …
 
This week on Behind The Headlines, the panel discusses a number of topics, including a possible plateau of Covid numbers, the response of schools to the current state of Covid, Riverhead’s revitalization efforts, Westhampton Beach’s ongoing sewer project, Hochul’s approval of Community Choice Aggregation for consumers to have a choice of where they…
 
On this week’s edition of Behind The Headlines, the panel discusses the year’s upcoming stories, Zeldin’s campaign for New York Governor, cannabis, the implications and differences of the Omicron variant of Covid-19, redistricting, and virtual meetings. Joseph P. Shaw, Executive Editor, The Express News Group Bill Sutton, Managing Editor, The Expre…
 
Diane Masciale, Thoughtful Thursday underwritten by Guild Hall Nora Conlon, The Future featuring 17-year-old East Hampton musician We hope The Heart of the East End brings you everything you need to stay entertained, informed, and connected. The holidays are a time of celebrating and giving. It’s the perfect time to say thanks! Through December 31s…
 
Scott Bluedorn, Guild Hall Community Artist-In-Residence George Hirsch, Tasty Tuesday underwritten by Southampton Arts Center We hope The Heart of the East End brings you everything you need to stay entertained, informed, and connected. The holidays are a time of celebrating and giving. It’s the perfect time to say thanks! Through December 31st, yo…
 
Bruce Shulan, CEO and President of Roslyn-based EMPRO Jim Banks, Monday Meditation underwritten by Monk Music Studios We hope The Heart of the East End brings you everything you need to stay entertained, informed, and connected. The holidays are a time of celebrating and giving. It’s the perfect time to say thanks! Through December 31st, your donat…
 
Chart-toppers Jim Brickman and Dave Barnes will get you in the holiday spirit with festive performances and heartwarming stories. Hits include “God Gave Me You” “The Christmas Song” and “ Christmas Tonight.” Anita Cochran and Wendy Moten are guests. Watch the program here Watch more award-winning ALL ARTS programming…
 
Susie Roden, Lucia’s Angels Nancy Atlas, Friday Morning underwritten by Village Overhead Doors We hope The Heart of the East End brings you everything you need to stay entertained, informed, and connected. The holidays are a time of celebrating and giving. It’s the perfect time to say thanks! Through December 31st, your donation to WLIW-FM will go …
 
Jay Schneiderman, Thoughtful Thursday underwritten by Guild Hall We hope The Heart of the East End brings you everything you need to stay entertained, informed, and connected. The holidays are a time of celebrating and giving. It’s the perfect time to say thanks! Through December 31st, your donation to WLIW-FM will go twice as far with our Board of…
 
Amy Kirwin, Guild Hall Scott Severance, Wednesday Works underwritten by Robert James Salon We hope The Heart of the East End brings you everything you need to stay entertained, informed, and connected. The holidays are a time of celebrating and giving. It’s the perfect time to say thanks! Through December 31st, your donation to WLIW-FM will go twic…
 
We hope The Heart of the East End brings you everything you need to stay entertained, informed, and connected. The holidays are a time of celebrating and giving. It’s the perfect time to say thanks! Through December 31st, your donation to WLIW-FM will go twice as far with our Board of Trustees matching gift challenge. Donate at wliwfm.org or call 8…
 
This week on Behind The Headlines, the panel discusses a number of topics, including COVID and the new mask mandate; a social media school threat; a Tony Walton retrospective in Sag Harbor; a fatal crash in Riverhead; and recreational cannabis. Bill Sutton, Managing Editor, The Express News Group Annette Hinkle, Arts and Living Editor, The Express …
 
The morning show on Long Island's only local NPR radio station, 88.3 WLIW-FM, hosted by award-winning multi-platform journalist Gianna Volpe, features music from all decades & genres, as well as folks from all walks of life. The Heart of the East End airs live 9am to 11am week day mornings with a replay at midnight. Streaming at wliw.org/radio, Tun…
 
Julie Wilcox, The Win-Win Diet After an adolescence spent as an Olympian-trained gymnast on an incredibly restrictive diet and a vegetarian sister who guided her toward plant-based options before garnering a degree in nutrition from NYU, Julie Wilcox’s first book, The Win-Win Diet, dropping next month, is an education in flexitarian, pescatarian, v…
 
The morning show on 88.3 WLIW-FM, Long Island's only local NPR radio station, is hosted by award-winning multi-platform journalist Gianna Volpe. Every weekday morning, Gianna features music from all decades & genres and talks to folks from all walks of life. The Heart of the East End airs live 9am to 11am week day mornings with a replay at midnight…
 
Christine Clark, Black Sheep Knitworks With supply chain shortages feeding shipping delays ahead of the holidays, Christine Clark of East Hampton’s Black Sheep Knitworks talks home-made woolen works that will make excellent presents, claiming even the greenest knit-worker is capable of making a hat in only three hours, plus Clark’s East End origin …
 
Dr. Sharon Nachman, Stonybrook Medicine As NY enters another period of public indoor mask mandates, the chief of the pediatric infectious disease division at Stonybrook Children’s Hospital joins us to talk about efforts to vaccinate kids in the 5-11 age range, plus helping inform parents and combat a rise in misinformation in order to protect peopl…
 
On this week’s episode of George Hirsch Lifestyle Radio, we’re celebrating the Christmas spirit with some of our favorite holiday films and foods. Jeremy Arnold, noted film historian and author of multiple anthologies for Turner Classic Movies, joins us to share his list of the best Christmas movies of all time. Also, George and Alex discuss what t…
 
This week on Behind The Headlines, the panel discusses a number of topics, including where legalized cannabis dispensaries will be located, a cyberattack in the Riverhead School District, affordable housing and rising Numbers of COVID-19 cases. Joseph P. Shaw, Executive Editor, The Express News Group Bill Sutton, Managing Editor, The Express News G…
 
The morning show on 88.3 WLIW-FM, Long Island's only local NPR radio station, is hosted by award-winning multi-platform journalist Gianna Volpe. Every weekday morning, Gianna features music from all decades & genres and talks to folks from all walks of life. The Heart of the East End airs live 9am to 11am week day mornings with a replay at midnight…
 
The morning show on 88.3 WLIW-FM, Long Island's only local NPR radio station, is hosted by award-winning multi-platform journalist Gianna Volpe. Every weekday morning, Gianna features music from all decades & genres and talks to folks from all walks of life. The Heart of the East End airs live 9am to 11am week day mornings with a replay at midnight…
 
Heather O’Neill, No Ordinary Life Thoughtful Thursday underwritten by Guild Hall featured Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist Heather O’ Neill ahead of her full-length feature documentary directorial debut film’s showing at Bay Street Theater in conjunction with Hamptons Doc Fest. “No Ordinary Life” is a collection of footage from – And inter…
 
Thoughtful Thursday underwritten by Guild Hall featured Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist Heather O’ Neill ahead of her full-length feature documentary directorial debut film’s showing at Bay Street Theater in conjunction with Hamptons Doc Fest. “No Ordinary Life” is a collection of footage from – And interviews with – five pioneering femal…
 
Susan Schrott, Rise With Radiance Licensed social worker and textile designer discusses her work and a short doc that premiered yesterday in connection with the Montauk Library’s “Virtual Visit” series and focuses on Susan’s artistic journey and Shelter Island art studio. We discussed her impending “Rise With Radiance” book and affirmations, which …
 
Licensed social worker and textile designer discusses her work and a short doc that premiered yesterday in connection with the Montauk Library’s “Virtual Visit” series and focuses on Susan’s artistic journey and Shelter Island art studio. We discussed her impending “Rise With Radiance” book and affirmations, which was borne out of grieving for her …
 
Dr. Kashif Hussain, Stonybrook Southampton Hospital After the end of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Hussain reminds folks about the importance of being screened for what he said is the leading cause of cancer deaths for Americans. We talk about the changes in eligibility for lung cancer screenings, important advancements made in the field of tech…
 
Food is a vehicle that allows us to travel all around the globe. There’s nothing better than tasting new flavors and experiencing different cultures through cuisine. This week on George Hirsch Lifestyle Radio, we sit down with an international food legend: chef, author, and TV host Martin Yan, whose beloved PBS series Yan Can Cook introduces audien…
 
Jeff Nichols, Comedy at the Clubhouse Stand-up comic, author, screenwriter & East Hampton Star columnist comes on-air ahead of this weekend’s comedy event at The Clubhouse benefiting Wildlife Rescue of East Hampton. Cathy Demeroto, CAST North Fork Ahead of this weekend’s Festival of Trees auction made up of 22 pre-lit decorated trees donated by com…
 
Laurie Smollett Kutscera, Maya’s Treasure An East Hampton illustrator talks about adopting a pregnant two-year-old pup that had one of her legs amputated after being used for target practice down in Alabama, which demonstrates the moral of her brand-new children’s book, “Maya’s Treasure” -- Finding the magic and beauty in things others might find u…
 
Chenae Bullock, Little Beach Harvest Our final Native Heritage Month interview was with the managing director of Little Beach Harvest, a wholly Shinneock-owned company that has partnered with TILT Holdings to develop a multi-level facility on Shinnecock land that will process and produce cannabis products on a large scale. Chenae discussed the impo…
 
Dr. Adam Stracher, Weill Cornell Medicine Weill’s Chief Medical Officer and an internal medicine specialist with over 30 years experience in the medical field joins us for an update after the aging down of the Pfizer vaccine to the 5-11 age cohort. He discusses the vaccine’s importance, particularly to stem spread and deaths amidst the holiday seas…
 
When it comes to food, there’s flavor and then there’s soul. This week on George Hirsch Lifestyle Radio, we’re talking about soul food, and the soul of food. We’re sitting down with Louisiana culinary legend chef and TV host Kevin Belton, who brings authentic Cajun cooking to life through his shows on PBS. Then, restaurant and hospitality industry …
 
Becky Hill-Genia, Conscience Point Activist and member of the Shinnecock nation joins us for a real talk discussion regarding the dichotomy of the region in which she lives & a continued story of strife for she and her people, plus preserving sacred land, including the Sugarloaf site where ground-penetrating radar was recently used to identify rema…
 
Carrie Barratt, Longhouse Reserve After a three-decade long career with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and, most recently, a stint heading up the New York Botanical Gardens, American art historian Carrie Barratt, who grew up in Chicago, is the new executive director at Longhouse Reserve. She discusses the final open house weekend at Longhouse, pros…
 
Gavin discusses the latest Express Sessions panel, which occurred yesterday at Union Steak & Sushi in Southampton and was paneled by Open-Minded Organics’ David Falkowski, Seafield’s Mark Epley, Southampton Town Supe Jay Schneiderman and Sag Harbor Mayor Jim LaRocca on the topic of cannabis legalization, including whether local municipalities will …
 
Dr. Roderick Go, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine for Stony Brook Medicine Amidst the onset for flu season and ahead of the holiday season, Dr. Go discusses the ins and outs of antibiotic use, including the importance behind taking an entire course set by a prescriber -- And only when prescribed such -- to cut down on evolution of bacteria …
 
This week on George Hirsch Lifestyle Radio, we’re sharing some of the delicious ways we build community: from baking and breaking bread, to dining with others at a local restaurant. Emmy Award-winning television host and New York Times bestselling author Mark Bittman and his longtime cookbook collaborator, writer and editor Kerri Conan join the sho…
 
This episode of "In Concert With CMS" opens with Ravel’s sublime “String Quartet in F-Major.” The composer’s use of sound coloration is a singular treat. Following that, you’ll hear Brahms’s “A-Minor Trio” for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano. Brahms takes full advantage of the somber sound of both clarinet and cello to create a poignant emotional journe…
 
This week on Behind The Headlines, the panel discusses a number of topics, including the tragic fire in Riverhead that left five people dead; tornadoes on the South Fork; rising COVID numbers; the dangers of phone scams; and the future political climate and upcoming elections. Joseph P. Shaw, Executive Editor, The Express News Group Bill Sutton, Ma…
 
Gavin Menu, Sag Harbor Express/Express Newsgroup Gavin discusses the latest Express Sessions panel, which occurred yesterday at Union Steak & Sushi in Southampton and was paneled by Open-Minded Organics’ David Falkowski, Seafield’s Mark Epley, Southampton Town Supe Jay Schneiderman and Sag Harbor Mayor Jim LaRocca on the topic of cannabis legalizat…
 
Joanne Di Simone, Songs from Under the El Local author, Joanne Di Simone, discusses her brand-new book and first memoir, Songs from Under the El, which tells her childhood story growing up as a first gen Italian American in NYC for the Thoughtful Thursday book segment underwritten by Guild Hall Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan, Sag Harbor Cinema The artistic…
 
The morning show on 88.3 WLIW-FM, Long Island's only local NPR radio station, is hosted by award-winning multi-platform journalist Gianna Volpe. Every weekday morning, Gianna features music from all decades & genres and talks to folks from all walks of life. The Heart of the East End airs live 9am to 11am week day mornings with a replay at midnight…
 
Susan Roden, Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Stonybrook Southampton/Lucia’s Angels Susan Roden announces retirement from her long-time position as patient navigator over at Stonybrook Southampton Hospital as she continues to battle breast cancer for the third time promising she will continue her work with both the Coalition and Lucia’s Angels. An …
 
Gil “Grammy” Goldstein, renowned pianist and accordionist Gil comes on-air to discuss tomorrow night’s closing concert in his summer series residency at Green Hill Kitchen in Greenport where he brings the series full circle by joining musical forces w/ Gene Casey. Gil talks about the advancements in digital keyboards to the point where he feels he …
 
This week on George Hirsch Lifestyle Radio, we’re gearing up for a bountiful holiday season. It’s a time to give thanks and giveback. Culinary legend and PBS icon chef Jacques Pepin, his daughter chef Claudine Pepin, and her husband chef Rollie Wesen join our table for an exclusive two-part conversation about sharing food, tradition, and bounty dur…
 
A program of musical fantasy and romance awaits you on this episode of “In Concert With CMS.” First up is Bach’s “Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue,” a virtuosic work for solo keyboard featuring a flurry of ominous and surprising harmonies. Following that is Chauasson’s work of grand romanticism, his “Concerto in D-Major” for Violin, Piano, and String Qu…
 
This week on Behind The Headlines, the panel discusses a number of topics, including Veterans Day; COVID-19 breakthrough cases; vaccinations for kids; supply chain issues; and an update on the Riverhead puppy mill law. Joseph P. Shaw, Executive Editor, The Express News Group Bill Sutton, Managing Editor, The Express News Group Denise Civiletti, Edi…
 
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