Bob Salter

Bob Salter

Bob Salter - Weekends on WFAN
  • Monday, March 2nd
  • 3/1/15 Bob Salter's 1st Guest

    Journalist Doug Fine discussed the movement in Congress to lift the decades-long ban on hemp, and his belief that hemp legalization could boost the American economy and spawn a mini hemp-based industrial revolution.
  • 3/1/15 Bob Salter's 2nd Guest

    Psychoanalyst Frieda Birnbaum discussed her belief that men who post a lot of selfies are more likely to be psychopaths; why men cheat on their pregnant wives; and the implications of dating coworkers.
  • Sunday, February 8th
  • Bob Salter- 2/8/15

    Foundation Beyond Belief Executive Director Dale McGowan discussed his guidance and insights to help serious daters discuss their differences in belief, how the daters can discover shared values, and support for negotiating shared spiritual and ritual practices.
  • Tuesday, February 3rd
  • Bob Salter's 2/1/15 Program

    Former Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey Executive Director Arnie Wexler and journalist Steve Jacobson discussed what compulsive gambling is, the scope of the problem with casino workers, Wexler’s work in recovery, the spread of legalized forms of gambling, and the impact of internet gambling.
  • Monday, January 19th
  • Bob Salter's 1/18/15 Program

    The Lassy Project CEO John Guydon discussed the free missing child notification service, how the Lassy Project differs from amber alerts, and how the Lassy Project is also used for special needs children, missing or wandering seniors, and missing pets.
  • Monday, January 12th
  • 1/11/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Marriage and family therapist Deborah Moore, Ph.D., discussed mindfulness, how it differs from meditation, how stress plays out in our bodies, and retraining one’s mind and body to function differently.
  • 1/11/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Big Apple Basketball President and Director of Operations Jason Curry discussed the use of basketball to assist young people in their athletic, educational, professional, and life skill development.
  • Monday, January 5th
  • 1/4/15- Bob Salter's Conversation about Dieting

    Beacon Program director Molly Carmel discussed how it is possible to lose weight and keep it off for good, the importance of eating smaller meals throughout the day, and how eating disorders affect the potential for weight loss.
  • Sunday, December 28th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 12/28/14 Program

    Police Reform Organizing Project Director Robert Gangi discussed what he cites as the NYPD’s broken windows approach to law enforcement, his contention quotas in the NYPD are unwritten, and the organization’s issue is with department policy not all NYPD officers.
  • Monday, December 22nd, 2014
  • Bob Salter's First Guest on 12/21/14

    After some banter with John Minko, author Marianne Jordan discussed her belief that everyone needs some form of recovery, her view of the true meaning of Christmas, and the importance of giving back during the holidays.
  • Bob Salter's Second Guest on 12/21/14

    Author James Henry discussed his work with at-risk youth, Henry’s view that the spirit of Kwanzaa is sharing the good and what it’s about, his view the holidays are over commercialized.
  • Monday, December 15th, 2014
  • Bob salter's 12/14/14 Program

    Dr. Steven Victor discussed regenerative medicine, how stem cell therapy addresses areas where the body has injury, how bone marrow differs from stem cell therapy, and the growing use of regenerative medicine to treat sports injuries.
  • Sunday, December 7th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's Tremendous 12/7/14 Program

    Attorney Daniel Hochheiser discussed why he advocates opening the grand jury process in police homicide cases, why he believes the grand jury made the correct decision in the Michael Brown death case, how grand jury operations differ from criminal juries, introduction of police body cameras, and what he sees as dangers of militarization of the police.
  • Sunday, November 30th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 11/30/14 Program

    Care Connect President and CEO Alan Murray discussed how the New York state health exchanges handled the rollout of Obamacare, coverage and signup deadlines under the Affordable Care Act, and the impact of the individual penalty.
  • Monday, November 24th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 11/23/14 Program

    Suzanne Babb of WhyHunger, Jim Zullo of Elijah’s Promise, and David Waters of Community Servings discussed the scope of the food insecurity problem in America, increases in the numbers of homeless children and working poor, and the role of Hungerthon in raising awareness about hunger and poverty while raising money to support WhyHunger’s efforts to support grassroots programs.
  • Sunday, November 16th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 11/16/14 Program

    Sam Pitkowsky of the Adoptive Parents Committee discussed the significance of November as National Adoption Month, the types of adoptions, increased difficulty for international adoptions in the United States, and the 34th Annual Conference.
  • Monday, November 10th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 11/9/14 Program

    Family Law attorney Jacqueline Newman discussed financial abuse in marriage, ways women suffer from financial abuse, the three ways to get divorced, mistakes to avoid when getting divorced, and child custody.
  • Sunday, November 2nd, 2014
  • 11/2/14 Bob Salter's First Guest

    Test Prep Authority founder and president Anthony James Green discussed the test prep field, the difference between the SAT and ACT, and the overabundance of choices for colleges in the selection process.
  • 11/2/14- Bob Salter's 2nd Set of Guests

    Todd Cohen and Michael Weinsteen of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network discussed symptoms of pancreatic cancer, who is most susceptible to developing it, efforts to increase public awareness of pancreatic cancer, Weinsteen’s diagnosis and treatment, and the organization’s Operation Purple Stride.
  • Monday, October 27th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 10/26/14 Program

    Alan Clark discussed the estimated impact and cost of medical errors to the public, ways patients can protect themselves against possible negligence by a doctor or hospital, his suggestions to improve communication between doctors, patients, and other medical facility staff, and how the lack of disclosure of medical errors hurts hospitals and patients.