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Art for The Morning Show  - Episode 2 - With Host: Raymond F. Quinton - Race, Class, Culture - Honoring Stephanie Miller & Alan Berg / Internet Talk Radio Startups / A Pitch in Crime - The Greatest Satirical Crime Novel Ever Written! / Program Highlights - July 28 Through August 11, 2020 by Raymond Quinton - Executive Producer,

The Morning Show - Episode 2 - With Host: Raymond F. Quinton - Race, Class, Culture - Honoring Stephanie Miller & Alan Berg / Internet Talk Radio Startups / A Pitch in Crime - The Greatest Satirical Crime Novel Ever Written! / Program Highlights - July 28 Through August 11, 2020

Raymond Quinton - Executive Producer,

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Audio provocateurs. Talk - Radio Theater - Interviews - Other - All other stations are just noise - Please join us as we embark on this adventure. Here's the great thing: this is CCR, Community Cooperative Radio, so you can contribute if you want or can. Check out www.neighborhoodnewsradio.com for more info on our new concept for Internet Radio. //////// Programming ---- New programs start at the top of each hour, starting at 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day from Monday to Monday. New programming is added when completed each Monday and old programming goes into the random auto dj playlist that you can hear for the rest the day any day. /////////// AUTO DJ - Scheduled Programming With AutoDJ - Best Way to Listen //////// Scheduled programming works like a bus stop. Buses never leave early but they are sometimes delayed. The DJ is set to NOT cut off programming, so at the top of the hour, new programming will start when the previous hour's programming ends. So, if you want to listen to a feature, start at the top of each hour and listen until the feature you want to hear comes on. It will usually start within 5 to 10 minutes (usually). I schedule all programming for 30 mins or 1 hour except the 6-8 slot. That feature is a one hour feature and plays twice in two hours. When the scheduled program is done, random programming will fill the rest of the hour or half hour.  It's the easiest way to keep all programs running 24/7 without gaps. Eventually, there will be so much content you might rarely hear the same feature twice. We're learning as we go. As our producers get better, we'll produce even better content even faster.  ////////// CURRENT SCHEDULE /////////// 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. /////////// - News, Politics & More Executive Producer / Author / Intellectual / Host Raymond F. Quinton - The Making of An Internet Radio Station - Race, Class & Culture On The Air - Riots Pandemics and the Plan for People of Color. ////////// 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. ////////// - New, Politics & More Intro & New Theme Song - Executive Producer Raymond Quinton / DJ Senior Producer Interview Elder Statesman / Producer / Talent - Hundred Year Old DJ Senior ////////// 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. ////////// - Arts Features THE WRITING STORM: Enhanced Audio Reading - Smells Like Envy - EPISODE 2 - Or, Did Someone Say They Were A Successful Writer - Action Audio Reading by Raymond F. Quinton Every Day Is A Great Day to Be A Writer: Love Theme for Writing Storm - Music by Raymond F. Quinton - Intro by Dr. Proctor. Every Day Is A Great Day to Be A Writer: Love Theme for Writing Storm - Music by Raymond F. Quinton - Written, Produced and Performed by Raymond F. Quinton ////////// 10 a.m. to 11 a.m ////////// - Rabid City Radio Theatre  Rabid City Radio Intro - Executive Producer Raymond Quinton A-Hole in a Pick-up - Action Audio Theatre - EPISODE 2 - The Black Forest of Clackamas County - Staff/Company  ////////// 11 a.m. to 12 noon ////////// - The Home Show  At Home with Bob - Defending Your Right to Carry...A Glue Gun (Klebepistole) - Bob Simmons - Station Manager / Host   ////////// 12 noon to 1 p.m. ////////// - Guest Audio Feature  Stitch - Episode 1 - Satire by Emilia Quinton - Guest Executive Producer  Bumper Music - Original Funky Jazz - Chocolate Cherry - By Raymond F. Quinton, Executive Producer / Musician  ////////// 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. ////////// - Music Satire Features - NNRPDX Staff Interview - DJ Senior - By Bob Simmons - Station Manager / Host  Baby Bootsy 23 n Me - Original Funk by DJ Franklin No Teet Food (Dentures Gwana Way) - Original reggae by Jamaican Space Captain Desmond Fare Well Jamaica - Original reggae Jamaican American Anthem by Jamaican Space Captain Desmond Chocolate Cherry - Original Funky Musical Bumper Interlude by Raymond F. Quinton - Executive Producer, Musical Director - Host  ////////// 2 p.m to 3 p.m. ////////// - End of Week Staff Goodbye  Dr. Proctor Talks: Interview with Lord President (& Lapdog Mr. VicePresident), Lord "Wilber" Wader, Dark Lord of US Final Thoughts / Staff Coming up Next Week - Preview by Raymond F. Quinton - Executive Producer - Host   ////////// 3 p.m. to 8 a.m. (next day) ////////// - All features are played randomly.