No turkeys here


The World Cafe has plenty of great new platters on the menu for November. And as befits the season of abundance, there are also a few choice leftovers: repeat broadcasts of visits by Teddy Thompson, Jess Klein and Erin McKeown.

square.gifThursday, Nov. 9 David welcomes Allison Moorer for an interview and music from her latest, The Hardest Part

square.gifFriday, Nov. 10 Joan Osborne plays selections from her new album Righteous Love at Philadelphias Indre studios

square.gifMonday, Nov. 13 An encore presentation of Teddy Thompsons visit

square.gifTuesday, Nov. 14 Keiran Kane and Kevin Welch visit the Cafe

square.gifWednesday, Nov. 15 Matthew Ryan talks about and plays music from his latest album, East Autumn Grin

square.gifThursday, Nov. 16 Former Blaster Dave Alvin performs music from his latest album, Public Domain

square.gifFriday, Nov. 17 Joe Jackson visits Indre studios

square.gifMonday, Nov. 20 An encore presentation of Jess Kleins visit

square.gifTuesday, Nov. 21 Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks drop by for a performance and interview featuring music from Beatin The Heat

square.gifWednesday, Nov. 22 Chicago singer/songwriter Alice Peacock visits the World Cafe

square.gifThursday, Nov. 23 Peter Bruntnell plays music from his latest album, Normal for Bridgwater

square.gifFriday, Nov. 24 Martin Sexton performs music from his latest effort, Wonder Bar

square.gifMonday, Nov. 27 An encore presentation of Erin McKeowns visit

square.gifTuesday, Nov. 28 Richard Thompson visits the World Cafe

square.gifWednesday, Nov. 29 Mark Selby talks about and plays music from More Storms Comin

The World Cafe, which is heard on more than 100 public radio stations nationwide, is produced by WXPN (88.5 FM) and airs locally from 2 to 7 p.m. weekdays. All live appearances air between 3 and 4 p.m.

 

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Originally published on November 9, 2000