Radio Waves Station To Station Highlights

Posted: April 08, 1987

Robert Palmer, the British "blue-eyed soul singer," stars tonight at midnight on "Live Jam" on WYSP (FM/94).

The music on the hour-long program is from Palmer's live album, "Maybe It's Live," recorded at the Dominion Theater in London in 1980 and released in 1982. It includes two monster hits - "Every Kinda People" (1978) and ''Bad Case of Loving You" (1979). Palmer's latest smash was "Addicted to Love."

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Tonight at 8, WHYY (FM/91) broadcasts the third in a series of four live programs by Curtis Institute of Music alumni. Marilyn Costello, Philadelphia Orchestra's principal harpist, performs solo harp pieces by Carlos Salzedo, her teacher.

TONIGHT'S TALK SHOW GUESTS

WIP (AM/610). On his 6-8 p.m. sports call-in talk show, Bill Campbell interviews Billy Cunningham, ex-Sixers coach-turned-CBS commentator . . . The relationship between people and their cars will discussed on tonight's 11 p.m.-5 a.m. "Larry King Show" by Oxford University's Peter Marsh and Peter Collett.

THURSDAY TALK HIGHLIGHTS

WCAU (AM/1210). Anita Gevinson, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., talks with Werner Klemperer, Colonel Klink of TV's "Hogan's Heroes (at 11) and Richard Dean Anderson of TV's "McGyver" (at noon) . . . At 1 p.m. on Dr. Marty Weisberg's ''Speaking of Your Health Show," Sacred Heart Hospital's Dr. Michael Greenberg talks about emergency room medicine . . . At 3 p.m. on Harry Gross's ''Speaking of Your Money" show, lawyer/physician Jerry Zaslow tells why he thinks current insurance rate hikes are forcing doctors and companies to close up shop.

WHYY (FM/91). At 3 p.m. on Dan Gottlieb's "Family Matters," the psychologist joins social worker David Henrich in discussing how to cope with physical and emotional disabilities . . . At 4 p.m. on "Fresh Air," host Terry Gross talks with folk artist Robin Williamson - co-founder of the Incredible String Band who now is performing Celtic music.

WDVT (AM/900). At 9:30 a.m., Carol Saline talks with two volunteer narrators about Annenberg Center's "Seeing Theater for the Blind." Following, at 10 a.m., Saline discusses the Catholic Church's medical ethics and reproductive technology with a priest, a female rabbi and a physician.

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