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Interstellar Transmissions
Broadcast: Saturday 25th May 2002
7:00pm-8:00pm EDT (23:00 GMT) « » Premiere « »
Interstellar Transmissions - WSBR 740AM West Palm Beach, FL

A memorial on John Nathan-Turner.

Synopsis Source: TWiDW
Broadcast Source: TWiDW

Report from the This Week in Doctor Who Archive:

Wednesday 22nd May 2002:
(Editor's note - the web links for Interstellar Transmissions have confused a number of readers. WWNN's link in particular is causing confusion. Click on it, and you get pictures of a bunch of apples, one of them stirring applesauce, along with a spiel about how the radio station is devoted to health. No reference to Joey's show at all. There's also no reference to Interstellar Transmissions on WBYU's website. Joey's show is classified as "brokered time" - he purchases the rights to use the hour. Since he is paying the stations instead of the stations paying him, the stations don't bother to mention his show on their websites. But it is airing on the stations, and you can hear it on the Media Player streaming audio.)

Fri 7PM EDT (6PM CDT) Interstellar Transmissions
WWNN AM1470 Pompano Beach/Boca Raton, FL (Miami/West Palm Beach, FL)
WBYU AM1450 New Orleans, LA
Joey Reynolds' weekly radio show for sci-fi news and interviews, broadcast live over the internet on all 3 websites listed above (different feeds, so if one doesn't work try another one). This week - a memorial of John Nathan-Turner. Expect an interview with Eric Luskin, the host of several 1980s US Doctor Who documentaries, including Doctor Who's Who's Who and Doctor Who: Then And Now. Also a panel discussion on JNT, with Dan Harris, Charles Martin, Benjamin Elliott, and others taking part. And more.

(Editor's note 2 - not all computers work with all webstreams. If you are interested in listening to the Interstellar Transmissions show on the internet I strongly advise you to visit all 3 websites listed above at some point before the show airs. Check each site's audio stream. Find out which one sounds and works best on your machine. You'll thank yourself Friday night/afternoon/Saturday morning - whatever time it is where you are when the show airs.)