Bob Salter

Bob Salter

Bob Salter - Weekends on WFAN
  • Sunday, January 8th
  • Bob Salter's 1/8/17 Program

    Author Jean Mellano discussed the mental illness struggles and suicide of her soulmate Steve Tarpinian, Steve’s impact as an athlete and coach, and efforts to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness and suicide. Project9line founder Patric Donohue discussed free programs offered for veterans, struggles he has faced as a returned combat veteran, and mental illness/suicide awareness.
  • Sunday, January 1st
  • Bob Salter's 01/01/17 Program

    Bob Salter spoke with listeners about their fears, hopes and concerns at the start of 2017.
  • Monday, December 19th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 12/18/16 Program

    Mainstream Mental Health Chairman Dr. John Huber discussed the importance of public education about mental health, how children manifest depression symptoms differently than adults, how to handle holiday stress, and steps to take if you think someone is suicidal.
  • Sunday, December 11th, 2016
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    Author Bob DeMaria, D.C., discussed the most common adult and childhood surgeries, his view diet can help promote health and avoid surgery, and the importance of nutritional supplements in promoting health.
  • Sunday, December 4th, 2016
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    Author Kal Chany discussed changes regarding applications for college financial aid, what parents and students can do to maximize their eligibility for aid, and the best ways to borrow for college.
  • Sunday, November 27th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 11/27/16 Program

    ACI Chief Executive Officer and Chief Program Officer Warren Zysman discussed the work of the largest in-patient drug treatment center in Manhattan, statistics from the Surgeon General indicating one in seven Americans are addicted to drugs, and the lack of adequate  treatment resources and facilities.
  • Sunday, November 13th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 11-13-16 Program

    Sam Pitkowsky of the Adoptive Parents Committee discussed the organization’s educational efforts, myths associated with adoption, questions for persons interested in adopting a child, and the 36th Annual Adoption Conference.
  • Sunday, October 30th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 10/30/16 Guest

    Author Karlos Hill, ph.d., discussed the history of lynching, African Americans' changing attitudes and relationships to lynching over the twentieth century, and myths about lynching.
  • Sunday, October 23rd, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 10/23/16 Program

    Author Carol E. Miller discussed survivor guilt she experienced after a family plane crash that claimed her younger sister’s life, Miller’s view trauma freezes us in time, and how Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) helped her trauma recovery.
  • Sunday, October 16th, 2016
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    Frieda discusses her view that baby boomers are redefining covention, the focus on Halloween and the difference between social media friends and life friends
  • Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 10/02/16 Program

    Author Dana Brown discussed her drug addiction and homelessness before being rescued by two New York city policemen, and her life now as a sober mother who ministers to drug addicts in Greenville, North Carolina.
  • Sunday, September 18th, 2016
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    Community Resource Center for the Developmentally Disabled Executive Director Kevin Meade, Associate Executive Director Kathleen Macias-Torres, and Human Resources Director John Galvin discussed the fortieth anniversary of the nonprofit organization, residentisl services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and the effect of the minimum wage increase on the organization,
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    Community Resource Center for the Developmentally Disabled Executive Director Kevin Meade, Associate Executive Director Kathleen Macias-Torres, and Human Resources Director John Galvin discussed the fortieth anniversary of the nonprofit organization, residentisl services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and the effect of the minimum wage increase on the organization,
  • Sunday, September 11th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 09/11/16 Program

    Bob Salter spoke with listeners about the reflections on the fifteenth anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks, what we have learned from the attacks, and how the country is perceived.
  • Sunday, September 4th, 2016
  • Bob Salter with Mike Mackniak

    Author and Guardian Model co-founder Michael Mackniak discussed development of the project to treat persons with mental illness, his client Melissa’s struggles with the mental health system, trends in mental health, and how government policies react.
  • Bob Salter with Gwen Griffith-Dickson

    The Lokahi Foundation Director Professor Gwen Griffith Dickson discussed the Foundation’s work embracing religious diversity, preventing radicalization and terrorism, and how ISIS differs from Al Qaida in recruiting
  • Sunday, August 28th, 2016
  • 08-28 Bob Salter Second Hour

    Humane Society of Louisiana Executive Director Jeff Dorson discussed the animal protection charity’s work in hard hit areas devastated by flooding, how the situation compares to other weather –related events including Hurricane Katrina, and ways listeners can support the charity’s efforts.
  • 08-28 Bob Salter First Hour

    Lawsuit Reform Alliance of New York Executive Director Tom Stebbins discussed the Alliance’s commitment to changing what he terms the state’s burdensome and expensive legal system, the influence of the New York state trial lawyers association, and his work to build homes dedicated to the care of people affected by head injury
  • Sunday, August 21st, 2016
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    Bob Demaria, D.C., discussed why he feels 95% of all surgeries are preventable, how what we eat impacts us, and his advocacy of consuming food that does not contain gluten.
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    Environmentalist and entrepreneur Rafe Landano discussed what makes New York city dirtier than other big cities, his establishment of the United Sanative and Environmental Alliance, and his advocacy of garbage containerization.
  • Sunday, August 14th, 2016
  • 08-14 Public Affairs with Bob Salter

    Author Larry Tye discussed the liberal legacy of the late Senator Robert Kennedy, Kennedy’s transformation from a cold warrior, and his influence on the civil rights movement and race relations in America.   Author and psychotherapist Robi Ludwig, Psy.D., discussed misconceptions of midlife, how to stay relevant in the workplace, and how to let go of stress and lead a more balanced life
  • Sunday, August 7th, 2016
  • 8/7/16 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Author and integrative medicine practicioner Dr. James Roach discussed the history of the Zika virus, symptoms associated with the virus, and steps individuals can take to prevent spread of the virus.
  • 8/7/16 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Peconic Bay Medical center Chief of Robotic Surgery Dr. Agostino Cervante discussed what is involved in robotic surgery, advantages or benefits of robotic surgery compared to traditional surgery, and the future of robotic surgery.
  • Sunday, July 31st, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 07/31/16 Program

    Elaina George, M.D., discussed death risk factors for persons with type 2 diabetes admitted for heart disease, what she sees as the dangers associated with corporate controlled medicine, the number of persons who have left Obamacare, and less-publicized cost saving options available under the Affordable Care Act.
  • Sunday, July 24th, 2016
  • 07-24 Bob Salter

    Disaster preparedness expert and author Joe Alton, M.D.,  discussed the spread of the Zika virus, his view the summer Olympics should be cancelled because of the Zika virus threat in Brazil, ways to prevent heat stroke, and how to survive a mass shooting.
  • Sunday, July 10th, 2016
  • 7/10/16 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Master Frank Guerrini discussed the importance of self- defense training for children, confidence benefits from material arts training, and martial arts training with children with special needs.
  • 7/10/16 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Labor Attorney Stuart Salles discussed what he terms unfair treatment of Metropolitan Transit Agency managers, paid parental leave litigation, and recent expansion of Fair Labor Standards Act entitlements.
  • Sunday, June 26th, 2016
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    Harvard Graduate School of Education professor Meira Levinson discussed open discussion of the values and principles we should collectively be trying to realize in educational policy and practice. and ethical dilemmas that have arisen in education in recent years. Peter Enns, Associate Professor in the Department of Government and Executive Director of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell University, discussed the rise of mass incarceration in the United States, politicians’ response to an increasingly punitive public, and media coverage of rising crime rates. Take on College President Joel Ingersoll discussed ways high school seniors can cope with anxiety, how to focus on opportunities coming their way in the Fall, and how the college experience largely depends on how one defines it.
  • Sunday, June 12th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 06/12/16 Program

    Attorney Matthew Green discussed civil litigation, the Stanford Rape case, and the George Huguely wrongful death case.
  • Sunday, June 5th, 2016
  • 6/5/16 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    New York Public Adjusters Association General Counsel Jonathan Wilkofsky discussed routine insurance company denials of property damage claims, provisions of the pending NY Policyholders Protection Act legislation, and the experience in other states where consumer protections have been enacted.
  • 6/5/16 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Author Heidi Bright discussed her diagnosis with a rare end stage cancer, the approach she believes led her to be in radical remission since 2011, and the significance of cancer survivors day.
  • Sunday, May 29th, 2016
  • 5/29/16 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Clinical psychologist Judith Zackson discussed post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the connection between addiction and PTSD, and steps to deal with anxiety.
  • 5/29/16 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Baltimore Orioles Team Dermatologist Dr. Kenneth Wasserman discussed the increasing incidence of skin cancer, the types of skin cancer, skin cancer diagnosis, and ways to protect oneself from the sun.
  • Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
  • 5/22/16 Bob Salter's 6am Hour

    Author and Albany Law School Associate Professor Raymond Brescia, Director of the Government Law Center, discussed how key issues facing human life are playing out in cities, population flows affecting cities, and how cities can be laboratories for change.
  • 5/22/16 Bob Salter's 7am Guests

    YAI Chief Program Officer Vera Halpenny, Clinical and Family Services Coordinator Sarah Baier, and Broadview Network CEO Mike Robinson discussed the work of the nonprofit organization, perceptions of people with developmental disabilities, and the Central Park Challenge.
  • Sunday, May 15th, 2016
  • 5/15/16 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Labor attorney Stuart Salles discussed discrimination concerns involving the new paid parental leave policy for some city managers, contract negotiations with municipal employees, and the Verizon contract dispute.
  • 5/15/16 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Author John Clifton discussed his discovery of Paw Paw in treating his wife’s cancer and his cancer, his contention and evidence that the substance can cure cancer, and why chemotherapy fails.
  • Sunday, May 8th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's Public Affairs May 8 2016

    Reality Check Program founder Larry Lawton discussed how he survived a federal prison sentence, the start of the Reality Check Program, and why he feels rehabilitation not incarceration is the right approach for non-violent offenders.   The Center for Children, Families, and the Law Executive Director Honorable A. Gail Prudenti discussed the Center’s mediation and guardianship projects, her view legal education is experiencing a transition, and why she feels the court system is completely overwhelmed.
  • Sunday, May 1st, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 05/01/16 Program

    Author Cindy Perlin discussed her experience as a chronic pain survivor, the need for more education about pain in medical schools, alternatives to prescription pain treatments, and her petition to have insurance companies pay for all proven chronic pain treatments.
  • Sunday, April 24th, 2016
  • Bob Salter Speaks with Aprils Child

    April’s Child Executive Director Laura Schwarz and Board member Glen Hockley discussed the significance of April’s designation as child abuse prevention month, ways child abuse and neglect presents, and the nonprofit’s $200,000 Westchester County funding cut.
  • Bob Salter speaks with Aprils child

    April’s Child Executive Director Laura Schwarz and Board member Glen Hockley discussed the significance of April’s designation as child abuse prevention month, ways child abuse and neglect presents, and the nonprofit’s $200,000 Westchester County funding cut.
  • Sunday, April 10th, 2016
  • 4/10/16 Bob Salter's First guest

    Online Trading Academy Director of Education Chuck Fulkerson discussed why millions of Americans struggle financially, ways and times to use credit responsibly, and the importance of saving.
  • 4/10/16 Bob Salter's Second Guest

    Bob DeMaria, D.C.,  discussed causes of digestive distress, the growth in the use and popularity of probiotics, and efforts to avoid surgery.
  • Sunday, April 3rd, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 4/3/16 Program

    Certified compulsive gambling counselor Arnie Wexler, a recovering compulsive gambler, and co-author Steve Jacobson discussed the depth of the compulsive gambler, the impact of fantasy sports, internet betting, and other forms of gambling, and resources available for the compulsive gambler and family members.
  • Sunday, March 27th, 2016
  • 3/27/16 Bob Salter's 7am Hour

    Clarion Project National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro discussed the threat posed by Islamic extremism, the aftermath of the Belgium terrorist attacks, and what can be done to address the growth of terrorism incidents worldwide.
  • 3/27/16 Bob Salter's 6am Hour

    Colorectal surgeon Dr. Brett Ruffo discussed the incidence of colorectal cancer, how the risk of developing colorectal cancer increases with age, and the importance of early screening.
  • Sunday, March 20th, 2016
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    Author Jean Shafiroff discussed her view anyone can become a philanthropist, the difference between charity for public display and charity that comes from the heart, and how to vet worthwhile charities.   College Benefits Research Group co-founder Steven Sirot discussed how students should market themselves in the college planning process, his view college students do not have to be buried in debt, and how to create an appeal of a college financial aid award.
  • Sunday, March 13th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 3/13/16 Program

    Dr. Janet Lintala discussed why she feels autism and spectrum disorders are at epidemic levels, her belief all babies should be screened for autism, and approaches to minimize medical challenges faced by children on the Autism spectrum.
  • Sunday, March 6th, 2016
  • 3/6/16 Bob Salter's 6am Hour

    ACI Chief Executive Officer and Chief Program Officer Warren Zysman discussed the status of the prescription abuse problem in this country, drugs popular with teens today, and synthetic drugs.
  • 3/6/16 Bob Salter's 7am Hour

    Attorney Stephanie Gruenhagen discussed tax deductions, the importance of record keeping, and controversy surrounding the home office deduction.
  • Sunday, February 28th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 2/28/16 Program

    Family On Three Chief Executive Officer Anthony Mason Jr. and Executive Director Vance Toure discussed the nonprofit organization’s work providing inner-city kids with positive role models and strategic enrichment, and how the organization’s work continues the legacy of the late Anthony Mason of the New York Knicks.
  • Sunday, February 21st, 2016
  • 2/21/16 Bob Salter's 6am Hour

    Family law attorney Jacqueline Newman discussed how to keep an inheritance from going to a spouse during divorce, ways women suffer from financial abuse in marriage, and ways social media can hurt during divorce.
  • 2/21/16 Bob Salter's 7am Hour

    Dr. Jim Roach discussed proton pump inhibitors and an increased risk of dementia in people over 75, why he feels the drugs are dangerous and carry an increased risk of sudden death,  and natural ways to address acid reflux.
  • Sunday, February 14th, 2016
  • 2/14/16 Bob Salter's 6am Hour

    Take On College founder and President Joel Ingersoll, Ph.D., discussed success skills students can carry through college, how parents can deal with their children’s mental health issues, and efforts to address the incidence of suicide among college students.
  • 2/14/16 Bob Salter's 7am Hour

    Psychotherapist Jonathan Berent discussed why he views social anxiety as the quintessential disease of resistance and the dynamics of resolving performance anxiety.
  • Sunday, February 7th, 2016
  • Bob Salter's 02/07/16 Program

    Actress and dancer Donna Racine Wilson Mariscal discussed how the arts saved her life after experiencing domestic violence and sexual abuse in childhood. Actor, director, and martial arts champion Michael Simmons and Mariscal discussed the importance of discussion about domestic violence and sexual abuse. Motivational speaker and author Karen Hoyos discussed her experience as a domestic violence survivor and how to move past victim mentality.
  • Sunday, January 31st, 2016
  • Bob salter's 1/31/16 Program

    Addiction specialist Thomas Gagliano discussed signs your Super Bowl gambling may be teetering on addiction and how the proliferation of online betting sites is impacting persons addicted to gambling.
  • 1/24/16 A Matter of Trust

    Author and trainer Lea Brovedani discussed how trust builds good relationships and makes personal and business transactions possible, what happens when trust ceases to exist, and lessons on how to increase trust for individuals and organizations.
  • 01/24/16 School Success

    Author and sociologist Amanda Lewis discussed how our schools work for some but continue to fail for others, factors responsible for disparities in performance in schools, and challenges to common explanations of the racial achievement gap.
  • Monday, January 18th, 2016
  • 1/17/16- Bob Salter's 6am Hour

    Tax advocate David Selig discussed tax saving tips, unusual tax write-offs, advice for persons with unfiled tax returns, and what happens if you cannot pay your taxes.

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