"Choose to Change" -  Wednesday August 16 at 6:60pm: Tonight's show theme is Recovery.  Song lyrics will be discussed are from songs by Maclemore, Pink and Anna Nalick.

"With Respect" - Sunday August 13 at 11:00am and Thursday August 17 at 10:00am. John's guest this week is Tom Carr, an independent journalist with decades of experience in Michigan journalism, both electronic and print. He talks about his background and his new book, Blood on the Mitten, 57 vignettes on murders around the State of Michigan from 1830 to the present. Chosen for their interest and historical significance, they range widely throughout the State. Fascinating studies that leads them to discuss the big question: WHY?

" Level Up Weekly" - Thursday August 17 @ 9:00pm.  Our newest show about gaming and videos

Robin's Roost" - Thursday August 17 @ 8:00pm and Sunday August 20 @2:00pm - This edition of "Robin's Roost" features "Machito Jazz Pt. 3" - We return once again to the Afro-Cuban Jazz music guided by the master, Machito.  His leadership forms the music even though the only instrument that he plays are the maracas.

"JEML Mixes" - Friday August 18 at 9:00pm and Tuesday August 22 @ 8:00am. This week's "little bit of everything" brings some music legends from the past along with seven (7) 2917 releases.   We touch base with the Alan Lomax collections again and hear at least eight (8) genre.   Luminaries include: Duke Ellington, Chuck Berry, J.E. Maine, and Ferlin Husky to name a few.  

"The Wilbur Fibble Comedy Hour" - Monday August 14 @ 8:00PM and Sunday August 20 @ 10:00PM - Join Host Wilbur Fibble for "Mary Backstayge In Africa Pt.2" - African safaris were never ever properly prepared for Mary Backstayge and her friends.  Be forewarned!  Bob & Ray start things off with a tale of Lady Boss Tweed, and The Hoosier Hot Shots just tag along to be musical.

"Harbor Country Art Scene"  Friday @11:00am; Saturday @9:00am ; Sunday @7:00am - Returning for the 11th year, host Dave Knoebber highlights the events and Activites at galleries and venues throughout Harbor Country and Michiana