FABULOUS FRANK 5:00pm
Every day at 5pm take a trip down memory lane with 2 of the most memorable hits from Frank Sinatra. Tune in and sing along with music you grew listening and singing along to from every high point of his legendary career - we just can't get enough of Sinatra and his classics!
ROMANTIC NITES 5:00pm- Midnight
Tune in on weekday evenings when Luna gets romantic, to hear your favorite love songs. Curl up with your sweetie and let us set the mood.
VIEW POINT 6:00am
Viewpoint is a public affairs magazine with ear-catching, in-depth, straight-ahead reporting on current issues of general interest. Each week listeners hear from experts, authors and newsmakers in diverse fields talking about topics such as business and social media, urban gardening, adult literacy and the new homeless. The program, which saw its national broadcast premiere in June 2000 is written and produced by a group of award-winning broadcast journalists with extensive experience in nationally syndicated radio programming.
ROCK N'ROLL MORNING SHOW 7-10am
BEATLE BRUNCH 8:00am
Luna and Luna's listeners love the Beatles! Start your Sunday off with songs you know and can't help but sing along to. "Beatles Brunch" is our selection of Beatles favorites. Listen in every week on Sunday at 8am to kick off your day with songs that have helped shaped modern music.
BEATLES YEARS 9:00am
We just can't get enough of the Beatles! The soundtrack to your Sunday should include the chance to listen to nonstop Beatles hits as you rest up for the week ahead. "Beatles Years" plays the most popular tunes from their years of radio chart toppers and overwhelming success. Celebrate this piece of musical history by listening to Luna every Sunday at 9am.
RADIO HEALTH JOURNAL 7:00pm
Produced in magazine format and documentary form, Radio health Journal takes an in-depth look at two important issues in health, medicine and wellness each week plus a brief look at medical headlines. We interview the top authorities in the scientific, medical and government communities. Recent topics have included sex differences in the brain, the changing world of elder care, drug shortages in hospitals and the psychology of revenge. Since 1989 our affiliates have relied upon Radio Health Journal to be a vital part of their public affairs effort.