October 7, 2015
6:04 am

Whats Happening on 107.3 BBT
Wake up weekday mornings with 107.3 BBT and Jim Conlee beginning at 6am! Great music, prize giveaways and more!
 Every weekday from 10am-3pm, I  play alot of great music, find great viral videos to share with you, and chat with you on the phone or on-line!   Don't miss the All Request Lunch Hour and some pretty cool giveaways for you too!!!
Start your afternoon commute weekdays at 3pm with 107.3 BBT and Tony Booth. He'll take you back in time to the Beatles, The Beach Boys, Motown, a look at the Top 5 songs in the country during this time period and more!
Starting September 14th, 107.3 BBT has YOUR chance to win $5K a Day! Be sure to listen to 107.3 BBT every week day from Monday, September 14th - Friday, October 16th. Why?! Because we will be giving you a chance to win $1,000 at 10AM, 12PM, 4PM, 6PM, an

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What's Happening Around The World
FX's American Horror Story returns for season five this week. TV critic David Bianculli says this season, which is set in a lavish old hotel, is "the most visually arresting and twisted one yet."
Fear the Walking Dead is telling a story not often explored on prime-time television: generational rifts over the violence that immigrant parents have experienced.
As the presidential campaign season heats up, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton made an appearance on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live.
The new biopic Freeheld follows the true story of a lesbian couple seeking recognition of their partnership. Page talks about their "mind-boggling" ordeal and her own fears about coming out.
Late night comedy has been dominated by white men, but is that changing? NPR's Michel Martin asks with Yael Kohen, author of We Killed: The Rise of Women in American Comedy, and NPR TV critic Eric Deggans.
The politics, parodies and jokes of Saturday Night Live have been making viewers laugh — and sometimes cringe — for decades. As the show begins its new season, NPR TV critic Eric Deggans focuses on the highs and lows of SNL's last 40 years.
After Steve Bartman possibly interfered with a catch in a 2003 playoff game, his fellow Cubs fans sent him death threats. Now they want to send him to the National League wild card game next week.

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