WPKN/WPKM Programs for Download

Here are programs produced byWPKN’s East End Long Island news and public affairs volunteers.

WPKN 89.5 Bridgeport and WPKM 88.7 Montauk are listener supported radio stations with a volunteer staff. see wpkn.org

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East End Ink

A montly review of the literary coves of Long Island’s east end. Recorded at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor. It will air on WPKN 89.5 Bridgeport and WPKM 88.7 Montauk on Thursday, January 17 at 12 Noon.

East End Ink will be heard on the third Thursday of each month at 12 Noon.

East End Ink – Program 1 – Kathy Engel reads from “Ruth’s Skirts”

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Tidings from Hazel Kahan

On the first “Tidings”, Hazel Kahan Interviews physician and author Dr. Alice Rothchild about her work with the Jewish Voice for Peace Health and Human Rights project in Palestine and about her book “Broken Promises, Broken Dreams”.

Tidings From Hazel Kahan – Program 1

Other Tidings from Hazel Kahan can be found at

http://web.me.com/hzelkahan/Tidings/Welcome.html

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On the second Tidings Hazel tells why you may be more creative than you think and she interviews three area artists about what drives their creative spirit.

The program aired Thursday, December 27 and 12 Noon

Tidings from Hazel Kahan – Program 2

___________________________________________________________Jeff Halper – A Jewish Voice for Peace

originaly broadcast July 19

Jeff Halper of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD) tells about his work and explains the reality of the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands.

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Rev. Holly Haile Davis at Southold

Rev. Holly Haile Davis of Shinnecock and the Thunder Bird Sisters recorded at the First Universalist Church of Southold, NY in January 2007. Music and stories from the gospel according to some Native-Americans. Originally broadcast March 29, 2007.

Yusuf’s Story

The West Bank village of Battir, between Bethlehem and the Israeli border is about to be surrounded by walls built by the Israeli government. This will make travel for work, school or hospital difficult. This is the story of one resident of Battir. WPKN’s Hazel Kahan reports.Originally broadcast November 12, 2006.

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