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Last Updated Friday December 19, by Art



BOOKS

Books will generally be multiple one hour readings, stored in a folder which reflects the name of the book. Links will take you to the book folder, where you should see all the readings of the book.

1434: The Year a Magnificent Chinese Fleet Sailed to Italy and Ignited the Renaissance, by Gavin Menzies - Kansas Audio-Reader
10 readings

Boundaries:When to Say Yes, When to Say No, by Henry Cloud and John Townsend - Kansas Audio-Reader
10 readings

Lawyer in Petticoats, by Tiera Farrow - Kansas Audio-Reader
9 readings

Netting Real Memories (fishing guide memoir), by Merv Heitschmidt - Kansas Audio-Reader
11 readings

Machine Gun Kelly's Last Stand, by Stan Hamilton - Kansas Audio-Reader
9 readings

The Wizard of Oz, by L. Frank Baum - Kansas Audio-Reader
5 readings


DAILY PROGRAMS

Christian Science Monitor - Minds Eye
Christian Science Monitor - Try this one if the other one doesn't work
Christian Science Monitor, 57:30
- Updated 7:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

USA Today - Minds Eye
USA Today, 57:30
- Updated 12:00 Noon Monday - Friday

Wall Street Journal - Sun Sounds
WSJ daily newspaper, 58:00
- Updated 2:00 p.m. eastern Monday - Friday


WEEKLY PROGRAMS

Magazines
Newspapers
Information
Narrative Readings
Entertainment
Kids' Programming
Spanish

WXXI Podcasts

WXXI Reachout Radio offers several programs to member IAAIS services to broadcast. Each of these programs is a weekly, half hour program, and podcasts are posted on our site shortly after each local broadcast. Here are the various program offerings that you can download at http://interactive.wxxi.org/podcasts#reachout

http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wxxi/.jukebox?action=viewPodcast&podcastId=468

AudioFile: Each week listeners will hear reviews of books available in audio format from the pages of AudioFile Magazine.

http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wxxi/.jukebox?action=viewPodcast&podcastId=476

Enabled: Each week, host Nancy Zimmer takes a deep look into services, products and issues affecting people with vision loss. (multiple IAAIS Program Award winner)

http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wxxi/.jukebox?action=viewPodcast&podcastId=17529

Reachout Radio Special Programs: From time to time WXXI Reachout Radio will provide special programs on things like the elections, digital television, coverage of conventions and other content of particular interest to people who are blind or visually impaired.

http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wxxi/.jukebox?action=viewPodcast&podcastId=15743

Silver Threads: Each week, host Kathy VanSchaick shares information with listeners on a variety of topics to help listeners make the best of their silver years.

http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wxxi/.jukebox?action=viewPodcast&podcastId=15623

Sound Body: Each week, host Louise Craig shares information to help you manage your overall health and well being. (IAAIS Program Award winner)

Viewpoints: Each week hosts Nancy and Pete Torpey (Pete is blind, Nancy is sighted) share life experiences and information they have gathered over the years living with vision loss - from the everyday to the high tech. Pete is also a beta tester for Freedom Scientific products, a musician, and audio geek - recording many of the sound clips used in Viewpoints. You can access the Viewpoints podcasts at http://feeds.feedburner.com/wxxi-reachout-viewpoints. Viewpoints is available to use on your service free of charge from WXXI Reachout Radio. We simply ask that you notify WXXI Reachout Radio if you are, or plan to, use the program.

MAGAZINES

Economist - Minds Eye
The Economist Magazine, 57:30
- Updated every Monday by 1 p.m. central.

The Economist - NEIRRS -
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Tuesday by 12 noon eastern.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY - WHIL -
Readings from Entertainment Weekly
Due to language, listener discretion is advised.
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Friday by 10 a.m. eastern.

MOTHER JONES - AIN Colorado -
stories from Mother Jones journal
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Monday by 2 p.m. central.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS - KANSAS AUDIO-READER
Highlights from the most recent issues of Newsweek and Time magazines.
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Thursday by 2 p.m. central.

NATIONAL ENQUIRER - KANSAS AUDIO-READER
Highlights from the most recent issue of The National Enquirer.
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Monday by 12 noon eastern.

NEWSWEEK - WHIL -
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Friday by 10 a.m. eastern.

NEW YORKER - NEIRRS -
(Approx. 58 min.)
- Updated every Wednesday by 12 noon eastern.

NEW YORKER - SUN SOUNDS -
(Approx. 55 min.)
- Updated every Wednesday by 3 p.m. eastern.

OPRAH - WHIL
(approx twenty-nine minutes)
- Updated every Tuesday by 10 a.m. eastern.

People - Minds Eye
People Magazine, 57:30
- Updated every Wednesday by 1 p.m. central.

SPORTS - KANSAS AUDIO-READER
Highlights from the most recent issue of Sports Illustrated magazine.
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Monday by 11 a.m. eastern.

TIME MAGAZINE - NEIRRS -
Weekly cover story and focus on international and national news.
(approx 55 min.)
- Updated every Wednesday 12 noon eastern.

TIME MAGAZINE - SUN SOUNDS -
Weekly cover story and focus on international and national news.
(approx 58 min.)
- Updated every Wednesday by 10 a.m. central.

TV GUIDE - WHIL - TV Guide Feature Articles
(approx 58 minutes - may run short)
- Updated every Friday by 11 a.m. eastern.

THE WEEK -SUN SOUNDS OF ARIZONA -
A Weekly journal that condenses the most important news, opinions and analysis from international publications.
(57 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday 2 p.m.


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NEWSPAPERS

NO NEWSPAPERS LISTED - SERVICE NAME -


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INFORMATION

AARP REPORT - NEIRRS
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Tuesday by 12 noon eastern.

Books and Beyond - Accessible World
a weekly internet talk show, hosted by Bonnie Bose, 59 minutes
- updated 12 noon on Friday

THE AMERICAN PAST - KANSAS AUDIO-READER
Oral history with music and sounds from the era. No new programs are being produced, but host Dr. Calder Pickett has pulled from his collection a program for each year of the twentieth century. We'll post all 100 here as they are dubbed. If you run them once a week there will be two years worth of shows covering the century. There are a few other episodes here also, which you can use for fill. This link takes you to the folder where you can see all the shows on the site.
(approx 58 minutes - all shows retained in folder,
- Updated occasionally)

Dr. Pickett has also voiced a one minute promo for you to download; it includes a ten second musical tail where you can put your own day and time tag. It's a full 44k wave file for best quality.

The Beacon - CRIS Chicago
A one hour interview program that fills the void for information concerning people with disabilities, seniors and veterans. (appprox. 59 minutes)
- Updated every Monday by 10 a.m. central

Blindness and Disability News Hour - Minds Eye
Stories from a variety of sources about issues affecting blind people
- Updated every Tuesday by 1 p.m. central.

BODY AND SOUL -AIN Colorado -
Things for the mind and body.
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Saturday by 12 noon eastern.

Consumer News - Minds Eye
Money Mag, Consumer Reports, Bottom Line Publications, 57:30
- Updated every Tuesday by 1 p.m. central.

CRIS RADIO REPORT ON BLINDNESS - CRIS Chicago
A report that blends news and human interest stories from across America and around the world that would be of interest to the blind and visually impaired. (approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Friday by 1 p.m. central.

COOKS CORNER - NEIRRS
(approx. 28 minutes)
- Updated every Tuesday by 12 noon eastern

HOBBY RADIO - AIN Colorado -
News and info for the radio hobbyist.
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Saturday by 12 noon eastern.

KEYSTROKES - Voicecorps
News on the latest computer technology.
(approx fifty-nine minutes.)

In the Kitchen - Minds Eye
Recipes, Everyday with Rachel Ray, 57:30
- Updated every Friday by 1 p.m. central.

JEWISH COMMUNITY NEWS - AIN Colorado -
Weekly commentary various publications.
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Saturday by 12 noon eastern.

Military Times - Minds Eye
SAFB Flyer, SAFB Command Post, Military Times, 57:30
- Updated every Thursday by 1 p.m. central.

To Your Health - Minds Eye
Health, Prevention, Mayo Clinic Newsletter, 57:30
- Updated every Thursday by 1 p.m. central.

Sound Prints - ACB Radio
about 55 minutes. Sound Prints covers news, issues, products and resources of interest to blind and visually impaired people. Co-hosted by KCB Past President Michael McCarty and Greater Louisville of the Blind President Carla Ruschival, the show features a mix of local, state and national topics, all discussed by a wide range of guests from around the United States.
- updated over the weekend

ViewPoints - WXXI Reachout Radio
28 minutes. ViewPoints is a weekly program of information on the ever changing world of accessibility for people who are print and/or visually impaired. The hosts, Nancy Goodman Torpey and Peter Torpey, focus on adaptive technologies, products and services, and how they can be used in daily life. Topics span hardware, software, hi-tech and simple tips.
- updated after 5 p.m. Eastern Wednesday broadcast



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HEALTH REPORTS - VOICEPRINT - With health magazines along with articles from a wide selection of newspapers.
(twenty five minutes) - all five programs Updated every Friday by 2 p.m. eastern.
program one -- program two -- program three -- program four
program five -- program six -- program seven

MAIL ORDER CATALOGS - KANSAS AUDIO-READER -
Readings of fresh catalogs that have arrived in the mail.
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 1 p.m. eastern.

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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - VOICEPRINT - Not just dry numbers and calculations, but the exciting ideas and people behind them: taken from such magazines as Discover, Scientific American, Natural Life and Alternatives Journal, along with articles from a wide selection of newspapers.
(thirty minutes)
- All five programs updated every Friday 2 p.m.
program one -- program two -- program three -- program four -- program five

SCIENCE OF OUR TIMES - Sun Sounds -
Articles about research, discoveries, astronomy and physics from Science News, Scientific American mags
(fifty eight minutes approx.)
- Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

SMITHSONIAN - Cincinnati Radio Reading Service -
A wide range of subjects are explored in-depth from the world of science and history.
(approx. 29 minutes)
- Updated on Friday.

TOUCHING THE FUTURE - Sun Sounds -
Articles from Discover, Futurist, and Seed mags
(approx fifty- eight minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

AUDIOBOOK NEWS - AIN Colorado -
News On Audiobooks.
(approx twenty-five minutes)
- Updated every Saturday by 12 noon eastern.

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NARRATIVE READINGS

TRAVELING TALES - AIN Colorado -
stories by a professional story-teller
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every monday by 2 p.m. central.

WESTERN SHORT STORIES - Sun Sounds -
Short stories about the West, (approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

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ENTERTAINMENT

African American Hour - Minds Eye
Articles from Essence, Upscale, Legacy, Heart and Soul, 57:30
- Updated every Thursday by 1 p.m. central.

AGING GRACEFULLY - Minds Eye
Article for listeners 60 and better includes Prime Life Circuit, More, AARP, 57:30
- Updated every Wednesday by 1 p.m. central.

Funny Pages - Minds Eye
Comics, 57:30
- Updated every Friday by 1 p.m. central.

The Game Show - Nashville Talking Book
Trivia show, 28:30
- Large archive stored in folder and new shows uploaded frequently.

LIGHTER SIDE - AIN Colorado -
A funny and informative show
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Thursday by 12 noon eastern.

Living at Home - Minds Eye
Articles from Real Simple, Better Homes and Gardens, 57:30
- Updated every Thursday by 1 p.m. central.

Men's Hour - Minds Eye
Articles from Men's Health, Men's Journal, Esquire, 57:30
- Updated every Tuesday by 1 p.m. central.

ON THE LIGHTER SIDE - Kansas Audio-Reader -
A humorous look at current events and topical news, including readings from Funny Times.
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 1 p.m. central.

Pet Hour - Minds Eye
Articles from Bark Magazine, Dog and Cat Fancy, 57:30
- Updated every Thursday by 1 p.m. central.

Weight Loss Show - Minds Eye
Articles from Weight Watchers Magazine, Shape & Fitness, 57:30
- Updated every Wednesday by 1 p.m. central.

Women's Hour- Minds Eye
Articles from Redbook, O, Women's Day, 57:30
- Updated every Monday by 1 p.m. central.

For those of you who use the REN old radio broadcasts here are the hourly formats:
hour 1: MYSTERY HOUSE -- hour 2: JIM FRENCH MYSTERIES
hour 3: THE BEAT / PRIVATE EYES -- hour 4: CRIME FILES
hour 5: SAGEBRUSH & SADDLES -- hour 6: GUNSMOKE / WESTERN TRAILS
hour 7: REN PLAYHOUSE -- hour 8: SOUNDSTAGE 60
hour 9: COMEDY ZONE -- hour 10: RADIO NOW AND THEN
hour 11: RADIO REMEMBERED

July 27
01ren0601 -- 01ren0602 -- 01ren0603 -- 01ren0604 -- 01ren0605 -- 01ren0606
01ren0607 -- 01ren0608 -- 01ren0609 -- 01ren0610 -- 01ren0611 --

Aug 03
01ren0803 -- 02ren0803 -- 03ren0803 -- 04ren0803 -- 05ren0803 -- 06ren0803
07ren0803 -- 08ren0803 -- 09ren0803 -- 10ren0803 -- 11ren0803 --

Aug 10
01ren0810 -- 02ren0810 -- 03ren0810 -- 04ren0810 -- 05ren0810 -- 06ren0810
07ren0810 -- 08ren0810 -- 09ren0810 -- 10ren0810 -- 11ren0810 --

Aug 17
01ren0817 -- 02ren0817 -- 03ren0817 -- 04ren0817 -- 05ren0817 -- 06ren0817
07ren0817 -- 08ren0817 -- 09ren0817 -- 10ren0817 -- 11ren0817 --

Aug 24
-- -- -- -- --
-- -- -- -- --

If you plan to rebroadcast REN programs that are over six months old,
Please contact REN at P.O. Box 51161 Seattle, WA. 98115
There is copyrighted material contained in the REN programs that they must clear through their office.



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KIDS PROGRAMS

BIGLER'S WORLD - Sun Sounds -
Readings for older kids and teens from children's informational magazines includes off-beat wacky humor.
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

CHILDREN'S STORY HOUR - Sun Sounds -
Stories for children ages five to twelve.
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

KID SPACE - Sun Sounds -
Stories for older kids.
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

TEEN MAGAZINES - Sun Sounds -
Teen news,trends,styles, advice from teen publications like Seventeen, Cosmogirl,and Teen Vogue
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

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SPANISH LANGUAGE

CUENTOS - Sun Sounds -
Spanish Language Short Stories.
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

UNA MEZCLA DE REVISTAS NEW - Sun Sounds -
Spanish articles from a varity of magazines.
(approx. 28 minutes) Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

SPANISH NEWS HOUR - AIN Colorado -
Various Sources
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Saturday by 12 noon eastern.

TV NOVELAS - Sun Sounds -
Features about Spanish Soap Operas and Celebrity Gossip.
(approx 28 minutes)
- Updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m. mountain.

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MONTHLY PROGRAMS

ACB Reports - Jackson, Mississippi -
The monthly edition of "ACB Reports, recordings of of ACB speeches, reports and meetings."
(approx. 28 minutes)

The Lion - Kansas Audio-Reader -
The monthly edition of The Lions Clubs magazine. This is a full reading of the magazine (not recorded for broadcast), and times will vary. File name changes each time and reflects issue month; it's in the Kansas Folder.
(approx. 90 to 120 minutes)

PLAYBOY MAGAZINE pt.1 - Kansas Audio-Reader -
First of two hours of the current month's Playboy Magazine; columns and short features
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated the last Friday of every month by 4 p.m. central.

PLAYBOY MAGAZINE pt.2 - Kansas Audio-Reader -
Second hour of the current month's Playboy; Playboy Interview and (generally) one article
(approx 58 minutes)
- Updated the last Friday of every month by 4 p.m. central.

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
- Sun Sounds of Arizona
A monthly series about how to live the good life during retirement. Hosts Gary Glenner & Herb Isaacs bring you info on wide array of subjects including health care, living on a budget, sex, hobbies, travel etc (28 minutes)
Located in the Sun Sounds of Arizona folder


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OCCASIONAL PROGRAMS

Accessible World Special
An analysis of the controversy betwen Laura Engels Wilder and her daughter Rose Wilder Lane. Presenter: Bonnie Blose

Veterans Voices is the only publication devoted exclusively to the works of hospitalized veterans. It is published with contributions to the Hospitalized Veterans Writing Project, a volunteer, non-profit organization, in cooperation with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Fall 2009 readings are 58:21; 56:25; 57:52; 58:34 and 22:22

Located in the Kansas folder.

SUN SOUNDS RADIO DRAMAS
Love Letters - 90 min (Award winning)
Dear Alice - 58 min (Award winning)
Flash Gordon - 58 min (Award winning)
Frankenstein - 52 min
Last of the Red Hot Lovers - 58 min
Nadines' Cafe - 28 min
Our Miss Brooks - 58 min
Over the River - 58 min

Located in the Sun Sounds of Arizona Folder



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