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Nov. 3, 2001 – Here is some of the locally produced and hosted special-interest radio programing coming up. This is a free listing feature, updated on an ongoing basis. For details, see the editor's note below.
WIUJ Radio (non-commercial station) – 102.9 FM, St. Thomas
"Sunday Classics with Charlene," Sunday, Nov. 4, noon-1 p.m. — Charlene revisits one of the works on the program of Saturday night's performance by the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra at the Reichhold Center for the Arts: the Double Concerto in A Minor by Johannes Brahms.
"The Doug Lewis Show," Sunday, Nov. 4, 1-3 p.m. — Doug will focus on musicians featured in the current PBS series "American Roots Music" — Son House, Woody Guthrie, Mahalia Jackson, Arlo Guthrie, Keb Mo, Gillian Welch and Ricky Skaggs; artists at this weekend's Sound Advice Blues Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — John Mayall, Ike Turner and Deborah Coleman (coming to Tillett Gardens this season); and performers at the City of Hope Concert in Santa Monica, Calif., on this date in 1998 — James Taylor, Shawn Colvin and Don Henley. And he'll mark the birthdays of Delbert McClinton and the late James Honeyman-Scott of the Pretenders.

Editor's note: The Source invites local radio show hosts and station program directors to submit material for Making Waves. Information may be e-mailed to source@viaccess.net or faxed to 777-8136. Items must refer to specific days' offerings on locally produced and hosted shows. Include the station call letters, common name, AM/FM location, and air date and time.

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