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SATURDAY
5:00 AM SAT Atlanta Business Chronicle w/ Todd Brown. Repeat  
6:00 AM SAT Other Places / Other Things w/ Ricky Pryor.  



> SMITHSONIAN



> NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC



> ARCHAEOLOGY
7:00 AM SAT World of Science w/ Sara Frooman  



> SCIENCE NEWS



> SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
7:57 AM SAT Book Summaries w/ John Osgood  
7:59 AM SAT Daily Program Guide  
8:00 AM SAT ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION-Live  
9:00 AM SAT Daily Program Guide followed by Disability Rights, with a different topic each week  
9:05 AM SAT ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION  (CONTINUED)  
10:00 AM SAT

BLIND VIEWPOINT (Dialogue, Braille Monitor, BVA Magazine).Sponsored by Walton EMC.

DIALOGUE airs on the 2nd and 3rd Saturday of each month. (from TIC network) (:28 mins)

ACB REPORTS on the 4th Saturday of the month.

 
10:30 AM SAT

BLIND VIEWPOINT on the 1st and 2nd Saturday of each month. Sponsored by Walton EMC.

DIALOGUE airs the 3rd and 4th Saturday of each month. (from TIC network)   (:28 mins)

 
11:00 AM SAT

Kitchen Kapers w/ Kathleen Clemons. (Cooking Light,  Taste of Home, Cook's).

 
11:30 AM SAT FOOD ADS w/Betty Seely. Features ads from local food stores.    (:28 mins)  
12:00 PM SAT Home & Family Hour w/ Karen Stewart.  



> LADIES' HOME JOURNAL



> GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
      > REAL SIMPLE



> WOMAN'S DAY



> BETTER HOMES & GARDENS
1:00 PM SAT POST YORKER with readings from the Saturday Evening Post and New Yorker Magazine w/Janet Smith. (:58 mins)  
2:00 PM SAT BLACK PUBLICATIONS w/ James Lenzer. (Jet, Black Enterprise, Ebony, Essence). Repeat  
3:00 PM SAT COMMUNITY NEWS w/Dave Clower.  



> THE DEKALB NEIGHBOR
      > ATLANTA INQUIRER



> THE NORTHSIDE NEIGHBOR



> THE ATLANTA DAILY WORLD
4:00 PM SAT

Classic Books (airs Saturdays & Sundays):

February 6th – 21 – SIMPLE’S UNCLE SAM by American author Langston Hughes. Read by Bill Davis.

February 27th – March 3rd – THE GRASS HARP by American author Truman Capote. Read by Rosemary Scalessa.

Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta

 
5:00 PM SAT Dixie Living w/ Steve Diffley.(Southern Authors & Columnists).  
6:00 PM SAT Time & Newsweek w/ Marcia Brandes.  
7:00 PM SAT The Music Room w/Dave Riggs. (Jazz Times, Blues   Revue, Country Weekly, & other music publications).  
8:00 PM SAT Book Summaries  
8:03 PM SAT Technology Talk  
>WIRED  



> PC COMPUTING



> PC WORLD
9:00 PM SAT Volunteer Spotlight w/Jane Boynton followed by Political Magazines w/Justin Ryan.
>THE NEW REPUBLIC
> THE NATION
> NATIONAL REVIEW
> THE AMERICAN SPECTATOR
> MOTHER JONES
w/Judy Hales
 
10:00 PM   Publisher’s Best Book Hour-  
      THE BACK NINE by Billy Mott. Read by Tom Jowers. (8 episodes, 01/23/16 – 02/01/16)
      DEADLINE by Sandra Brown. Read by Doug Hooker. (15 episodes, 02/02/16 – 02/18/16)
      THE METAPHOR DECEPTION by Birch Adams. Read by Bob Brier. (11 episodes, 02/19/16 – 03/02/16)
11:00 PM   For Late Listeners Book Hour  
      THE WAY FORWARD IS WITH A BROKEN HEART by Alice Walker. Read by Paula Ferguson. (7 episodes, 02/01/16 – 02/08/16)
      A WEDDING IN PROVENCE by Ellen Sussman. Read by Faye Kaufman. (7 episodes, 02/09/16 – 02/16/16)
      MAKE ME by Lee Child. Read by Tom Jowers. (12 episodes, 02/17/16 – 02/29/16)



SUNDAY
12:00 AM   For Night Owls Book Hour -  
      BRIDGET JONES: MAD ABOUT THE BOY by Helen Fielding. Read by Lauren May.
(11 episodes, 01/26/16 – 02/06/16)
      MIDDLESEX by Jeffrey Eugenides. Read by Darlene French-White. (23 episodes, 02/07/16 – 03/04/16)
1:00 AM SUN National Enquirer w/Robbie Robinson (:58 mins)  
2:00 AM SUN Overnight Book  
      AND FURTHERMORE by Dame Judi Dench. Read by Susan Larkin. (7 episodes, 02/02/16 – 02/09/16)
      THE TROUBLED MAN by Henning Mankel. Read by Sandra Mathis. (17 episodes, 02/10/16 – 02/28/16)
3:00 AM SUN Dixie Living w/ Steve Diffley.  (Southern Authors & Columnists). Repeat.  
4:00 AM SUN Volunteer Spotlight w/Jane Boynton followed by Political Magazines w/Justin Ryan. Repeat.  
5:00 AM SUN Time & Newsweek w/ Marcia Brandes. Repeat.  
6:00 AM SUN Politics & Culture w/ Jim Clark. (American Spectator, National Review, The New Republic, The Nation Magazines).  
7:00 AM SUN Previews, Reviews & Profiles w/Arthur Cole  



> ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY



> TV GUIDE



> PREMIERE
>VANITY FAIR
7:57 AM SUN Book Summaries  
8:00 AM SUN Atlanta Journal Constitution-Live  
9:30 AM SUN BREAK - DAILY PROGRAM GUIDE followed by Listener Spotlight  
9:35 AM SUN Atlanta Journal Constitution-Continued-Live  
11:00 AM SUN Sunday Macon Telegraph w/Jennifer Look. (:58 mins)  
12:00 PM SUN Discover Magazine w/ Leonard Brown.  
12:30 PM SUN Sunday Shopper w/Sam Lake. Ads and coupons from Sunday AJC inserts (:28 mins)  
1:00 PM SUN People Magazine w/ Lynne Greenfield.  
2:00 PM SUN Atlanta Magazines w/ Page Smith.  



> GEORGIA TREND



> ATLANTA
3:00 PM SUN Reader’s Digest w/ Eleanor Beattie.  
4:00 PM SUN

Classic Books (airs Saturdays & Sundays):

February 6th – 21 – SIMPLE’S UNCLE SAM by American author Langston Hughes. Read by Bill Davis.

February 27th – March 3rd – THE GRASS HARP by American author Truman Capote. Read by Rosemary Scalessa.

Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta

 
5:00 PM SUN

Children’s Story Hour:
1st, 2nd and 3rd Sun – classic stories w/Elizabeth Falkner.  Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta.

The Lullaby Hour w/Belinda E. Edwards for 2-6 year olds on the 4th Sunday of the month. Sponsored by the Junior League of Atlanta. Passport to Reading w/Sarah Ford on the 5th Sunday of the month.

 
6:00 PM SUN Career Corner w/John Osgood. The 4th Sunday of the month includes "Let's Get to Work" with Sam Hall of the Georgia Department of Labor  
6:57 PM SUN Daily Program Guide  
7:00 PM SUN Tales of the Wild West w/Paul Tavilla. (Readings from American Cowboy Magazine and western-themed novels.) (:58 mins)  
8:00 PM SUN Kitchen Kapers w/Kathleen Clemons. (Cooking Light, Vegetarian Times, bon appetite, Taste of Home) (:28mins)  
8:30 PM SUN The Adventurous Palate w/Carol Dekker.(bon apetite, Food & Wine, Thursday AJC Restaurant Reviews, Vegetarian Times).  
9:00 PM SUN New York Times Book Review w/ Lynne Maxwell.  
10:00 PM SUN Science Fiction Hour w/Eric Hill.  



> ANALOG SCIENCE FICTION/SCIENCE FACT
> ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE
11:00 PM SUN Mystery Story Hour w/Russ Marshall (Alfred Hitchcock & Ellery Queen mystery magazines).   



SUNDAY OVERNIGHT
12:00 AM MON It’s a Woman’s World w/Monique Johnson. (Cosmopolitan, More, Oprah, Self).   
1:00 AM MON PEOPLE MAGAZINE (REPEAT)  
2:00 AM MON THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW (REPEAT)  
3:00 AM MON BLACK PUBLICATIONS (REPEAT)  
4:00 AM MON ATLANTA MAGAZINES (REPEAT)  



> GEORGIA TREND



> ATLANTA
5:00 AM MON CAREER CORNER (Repeat)  

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