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Bob Salter - Weekends on WFAN
  • Monday, June 1st
  • 5/31/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Israel American Council of New York Co-Chair Gil Galanos discussed the nonprofit organization’s effort to build an active and giving Israeli-American community throughout the United States, the Celebrate Israel Festival, and the Celebrate Israel Parade.
  • 5/31/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guests

    YAI Chief Executive Officer Matt Sturiale and Senior Coordinator Tracy Kernan discussed the organization’s support and programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the annual Central Park Challenge, and the value of partnerships with families, government, corporations, and other donors.
  • Sunday, May 24th
  • Bob Salter - Colonel Lynn Scheel

    Senior Air Force Representative Colonel Lynn Scheel discussed the Army War College, how to close the gap between civilians and the military, the meaning of Memorial Day, and what listeners can do to support people in the military.
  • Bob Salter - Gaye O'Brien

    Author and Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practicioner Gaye O’Brien discussed how listeners can overcome their limiting beliefs, neuro-linguistic programming strategies that are useful for teachers to use as teaching techniques, and useful techniques listeners can use to resolve conflicts or communicate more effectively with their partners or co-workers.
  • Wednesday, May 20th
  • Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    MicroNourish founder and Chief Executive Officer Nadia Tarazi discussed the importance of micronutrients, the impact micronutrients have on mental wellness, and the brain-gut connection.
  • 5/17/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guests

    EPIC Long Island Chief Executive Officer Tom Hopkins and Weill Cornell Medical Center Neuropsychology professor Kenneth Perrine, M.D., discussed work and services of the nonprofit organization, the connection between epilepsy and concussions, what is known about the risk of developing epilepsy from participating in sports, and efforts to increase public awareness of epilepsy.
  • Sunday, May 10th
  • 5/10/15 Bob Salter- Dealing with Disabilities

    Attorney Saundra Gumerove discussed the Able Act, the legislation’s intent to encourage and assist individuals and their families to save for future disability-related expenditures, and why anyone with a special needs family member should be aware of the Able Act limitations and consequences.
  • Sunday, May 3rd
  • 5/3/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Author Anne Sarkisian discussed her belief doctors need better education on celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, her family’s propensity for gluten sensitivity, her view more gluten sensitivity testing is needed, and the effect of eliminating gluten from her household.
  • 5/3/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Sportscope founder and former New York Knick Dick Barnett, ph.d., discussed the literacy problem facing many inner city youth, the non-profit organization’s literacy initiative, and literacy challenges faced by many inner city youth.
  • Friday, May 1st
  • 4/19/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Attorney Adam Thompson discussed how things have changed in the 20 years since the Oklahoma City bombing, as well as the conviction of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, and the aftermath of the Boston bombing trial.
  • 4/19/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Lisa Koss and Family Teams Committee Co-Chair Jennifer Orcott discussed the work of the March of Dimes, that prematurity is the leading cause of death in the first year of life, and the organization’s annual March for Babies.
  • Monday, April 13th
  • 4/12/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Federal Tax Practitioner David Selig discussed last minute tax preparation tips, what happens if you can’t pay your taxes this year, charitable deductions, and the Affordable Healthcare Act provisions.
  • 4/12/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    It’s Not Your Fault Executive Director Polly Franks discussed efforts to keep a sexual predator who attempted to attack her children behind bars, ways predators cultivate their victims, use of the internet to monitor predators, and the organization’s Operation Fuzzy.
  • Sunday, April 5th
  • 4/5/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Princeton Review Senior Vice President and Publisher Rob Franek discussed why the topic of college hopes and worries is timely now, the college admissions process, and financial aid advice.
  • 4/5/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Water Aid America Chief Executive Sarina Prabasi discussed the importance of water and sanitation, the Water for the World Act, and the reality of a world where everyone has access to safe water and sanitation.
  • Sunday, March 29th
  • 3/29/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Wellness and fitness expert Adam Rosante discussed steps anyone can take to lose weight, why there are so many overweight children in this country, and his work as Up2Us sports ambassador.
  • 3/29/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Dr. Michael Fenster discussed recommendations listeners can use to motivate themselves to get in shape, why he views calories as an outdated measure of food value, and the importance of spicing up healthful choices. \
  • Monday, March 23rd
  • 3/22/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Dr. Brett Ruffo discussed the importance of colorectal cancer awareness, causes of colon cancer, who is at risk for developing colon cancer, and ways to lower colorectal cancer risk.
  • 3/22/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Shelley Pazer, Ph.D., discussed evidence showing age-related decline is not inevitable, how brain training can help people get smarter, and how brain training can address some attention issues and traumatic brain injury.
  • Sunday, March 15th
  • 3/15/15 Bob Salter's 6am Hour

    Dr. Mitchell Gaynor discussed gene therapy, why the Milwaukee Brewers are correct in banning high fives, and how physically tough jobs may harm male fertility.
  • 3/15/15 Bob Salter's 7am Hour

    Lifespire Chief Executive Officer Mark van Voorst, Chief Operating Officer Tom Lydon, and former board member Larry Hirsch discussed the nonprofit agency’s services for individuals with developmental disabilities, initiation of the Sunday morning bowling league, and Lifespire’s March 22nd bowl-a-thon fundraiser.
  • Tuesday, March 10th
  • Bob Salter 3/8/15

    Harvard Medical School researcher and physician Dr. Angelo Volandes discussed a renewed vision of the patient-doctor relationship, his belief that a well-lived life deserves a good ending, and the importance of discussing final wishes with loved ones prior to the onset of chronic illness.
  • 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.
  • Monday, October 20th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 10/19/14 Guest

    Operation Rescute founder Laurie Brown-Nagin discussed the non-profit organization’s effort to educate and encourage children and their parents to adopt shelter dogs, the number of shelter animals awaiting adoption, and how to incorporate the adopted shelter dog into one’s family.
  • Sunday, October 12th, 2014
  • Bob Salter with Amy Zaslansky

    The Book Fairies founder Amy Zaslansky discussed the nonprofit organization’s collection of new and gently used books for donation in impoverished neighborhoods in the New York city metropolitan area, the scope and impact of illiteracy, the organization’s first fundraiser to buy Ereaders to local hospitals with long-term care for their young parents.
  • Monday, October 6th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 10/05/14 Program

    Dr. Mardia Stone discussed her view there is a slim possibility of Ebola being a crisis in the United States, the crisis nature of the disease in West Africa, symptoms of Ebola, and her work in Liberia with government at the epicenter of the epidemic.
  • Monday, September 29th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 9-28 Program

    Author and former college football athlete Dr. Tommy Watson discussed how he survived growing up in thirty different locations, how involvement with sports changed his life, the current challenges facing the NFL and its players, and ways to help athletes transition from college and professional careers to general society.
  • Monday, September 22nd, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 9/21/14 Program

    Michele McKeon, former Chief Executive Officer of the New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, discussed the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault, the NFL’s domestic violence problem, and the effects of domestic violence on victims and their children. Keywords: domestic violence, NFL, sexual assault
  • Sunday, September 14th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 9/14/14 Program

    Advanced Brain Monitoring President Daniel Levendowski discussed the hours of sleep we should get at night, how Sleep Apnea affects sleep, risk factors for Sleep Apnea, and ways we can sleep better.
  • Monday, September 8th, 2014
  • Bob Salter's 9/7/14 Program

    HLN host and author Jane Velez Mitchell discussed her coverage of the Jodi Arias murder trial, the coming penalty phase retrial, and Arias’ behavior before and after the crime.
  • Sunday, August 31st, 2014
  • 8/31/14 Bob salter's 6am Hour

    Author Gaye O’Brien, a former teacher, discussed useful neuro-linguistic programming techniques for teachers, why rapport is important in establishing great relationships, and how self-talk can help listeners with their daily activities.
  • 8/31/14 Bob Salter's 7am Hour

    Food Allergy and Asthma Support Group of North Jersey Facilitator Lisa Giuriceo discussed food Allergy Research and Education Vice President Mike Spigler discussed food allergy awareness, symptoms, and the role of support groups.
  • Sunday, August 24th, 2014
  • 8/24/14 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Attorney Raphael Katz discussed whistleblower laws, risks of going forward as a whistleblower, and false claims act legislation.
  • 8/24/14- Bob Salter's 7am Hour

    Author Sergeant Stephanie Shannon discussed being the victim of military sexual trauma and sexual harassment, living undiagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder for twenty years, and the incidence suicide among veterans.
  • Sunday, August 17th, 2014
  • 8/17/14 Bob Salter- Parkinson's Didease

    Dr. Fiona Gupta discussed the significance of the announcement Robin Williams suffered from early Parkinson’s disease, the link between depression and Parkinson’s, symptoms associated with the illness, and treatment options for Parkinson’s patients.
  • Sunday, August 10th, 2014
  • 8/10/14 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Author Heather Harder, ph.d., discussed why a strong sense of self is the best weapon for a child against predators, her experience as a biological and as a foster parent, and why asking questions is more important than teaching children.
  • 8/10/14 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Author Michael Willett, ph.d., discussed why he believes manhood is a privilege of corrected consciousness, his contention manhood is in a state of emergency today, and his mentoring work with young men.
  • Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
  • 7/27/14 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    New York University assistant Communications professor Liel Leibovitz discussed his research on video games and digital media, net neutrality, and the instincts of Aaron Swartz.
  • Sunday, July 27th, 2014
  • 7/27/14 Bob Salter's 7am Hour

    This open phones segment featured listener comments on air security, terrorism concerns, and the heroin epidemic in the inner cities
  • Sunday, July 20th, 2014
  • 7/20/14 Bob Salter's 2nd Guest in the 6am Hour

    Author and employment consultant Tom Payne discussed the biggest factor influencing hiring decisions, and why individual qualifications do not matter as much as how well one interviews.
  • 7/20/14 Bob Salter's 2nd Guest in the 6am Hour

    Natural Resources Defense Counsel Senior Water Program Attorney Larry Levine discussed why green roofs typically last twice as long as conventional roofs; economic benefit of landscaping, and how green infrastructure and green building practices benefit entire communities.