Bob Salter

Bob Salter

Bob Salter - Weekends on WFAN
  • Sunday, November 22nd
  • Bob Salter's 11/22/15 Program

    Bob does his annual show promoting the work of Why Hunger to kick off CBS Radio's Hungerthon week.
  • Sunday, November 15th
  • Bob Salter's 11/15/15 Program

    Author and college funding expert Kal Chany discussed average public and private college costs, maximizing financial aid eligibility, and the best ways to borrow for college.
  • Sunday, November 8th
  • Bob Salter's 11/8/15 Program

    Sam Pitkowsky of the Adoptive Parents Committee discussed the status of adoption in 2015, the 35th Annual APC Adoption Conference November 22nd, how international adoption has progressed in a positive way, and myths that persist about adoption.
  • Sunday, November 1st
  • Bob Salter's 11/1/15 Program

    Northern New Jersey Media Relations Chair Lee de los Reyes discussed the work of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, the incidence of and symptoms of pancreatic cancer, her father’s diagnosis with the illness, and the Purple Stride New Jersey event.
  • Sunday, October 25th
  • Bob Salter's 10/25/15 Program

    Yeshiva University Associate Professor Jonathan Fast, Ph.D., discussed what makes a bully, how bullying impacts and is influenced by societal issues, ways to overcome bullying, and his view that school shootings are a form of domestic terrorism.
  • Monday, October 19th
  • Bob Salter's 10/18/15 Program

    ACDS Executive Director Michael Smith and President Gene Kirley discussed the 50th anniversary of the nonprofit organization serving individuals with developmental disabilities, the organization’s history serving children with Down Syndrome, and the start-up of Challenger Baseball.
  • Monday, October 12th
  • Bob Salter's 10/11/15 Program

    Unique People Services Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer Yvette Brissett-Andre and Associate Executive Director Cheryelle Cruickshank discussed the nonprofit organization’s work providing homes and support services to persons with special and challenging needs, supportive housing programs offered in the Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Westchester, and the HIV/AIDS transitional housing program.
  • Sunday, October 4th
  • Bob Salter's 10/4/15 Program

    Live on NY Communication Director Julia Rivera discussed efforts to promote awareness of organ and tissue donation in the New York metropolitan area. Rosemary and Michael Hargaden discussed Rosemary’s double lung transplant. Diane Forsyth discussed donation of her daughter Amanda’s organs following a fatal car accident and establishment of the Gift of Life Transport Van for donor families and recipients. Gillian Cohen and her parents Gary and Pam discussed Gillian’s life-saving liver transplant.
  • Bob Salter's 10/4/15 Program

    Live on NY Communication Director Julia Rivera discussed efforts to promote awareness of organ and tissue donation in the New York metropolitan area. Rosemary and Michael Hargaden discussed Rosemary’s double lung transplant. Diane Forsyth discussed donation of her daughter Amanda’s organs following a fatal car accident and establishment of the Gift of Life Transport Van for donor families and recipients. Gillian Cohen and her parents Gary and Pam discussed Gillian’s life-saving liver transplant.
  • Sunday, September 27th
  • Bob Salter's 9/27/15 Program

    Long Island Childrens Choir Board member and General Counsel Allison Brecher and Artistic Director and Board Member Colleen Regan discussed the importance of arts education for children, the impact on school arts programs of common core implementation and budget cuts, and the significance of the choir performing at the last regular season Mets home game.
  • Sunday, September 20th
  • Bob Salter's 9/20/15 Program

    Jim Roach, M.D., discussed hazards to human health posed by genetically modified foods and herbicides applied to them, controversy over labeling of GMO foods, and why Dr. Roach wants to de-stigmatize spiritual experience. (A must-listen for anyone who denies the existence of a spiritual realm.)
  • Sunday, September 13th
  • 9/13/15 Bob Salter's First Guest

    WaterAid Chief Executive Officer Sarina Prabasi discussed the effect of not having safe drinking water and sanitation, increased concerns about water security, and WaterAid’s efforts assisting recovery efforts in Nepal.
  • 9/13/15 Bob Salter's Third Guest

    Weill Cornell Assistant Professor of Medicine Susan Ball, M.D. discussed why the AIDS epidemic remains, her work caring for patients with AIDS and HIV for more than twenty years, and how early AIDS patients dealt with stigma.
  • 9/13/15 Bob salter's Third guest

    Neuroscientist Frida Polli, Ph.D., discussed her discovery of pymetrics, how cognitive and emotional strengths fit into the job world, how cognitive and emotional traits help companies find the right employees.
  • Sunday, September 6th
  • 9/6/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Dr. Elaine George discussed why she feels the current healthcare system is unsustainable, why the Affordable Care Act will be unable to help as many Americans as promised, and how to fix the healthcare system.
  • 9/6/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Building Better Mindz Executive Director Shelley Pazer, Ph.D., discussed how schools cannot deal with underlying cognitive issues, why the underlying skills are important, and how improving the skills can make a difference.
  • Monday, August 31st
  • 8/30/15 Bob Salter's 6am guest

    Author and life coach Jerry Gladstone discussed the common thread dynamic individuals use to overcome obstacles, how the individuals learned from setbacks, and how the individuals were willing to dedicate the necessary time to become experts.
  • 8/30/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guests

    Community Resource Center for the Developmentally Disabled Executive Director Kevin Meade and Associate Executive Director Kathleen Macias Torres discussed the history of the nonprofit organization, the organization’s Bowl-a-thon, and the impact of the fifteen dollar minimum wage issue.
  • Sunday, August 23rd
  • 8/23/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Author and psychotherapist Adele Ryan McDowell, Ph.d., discussed how Robin Williams helped put a face on suicide, statistics pointing to a global epidemic of suicide, and what is driving the rise in suicides.
  • 8/23/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Criminal defense attorney Brian Tannebaum discussed how media has influenced public perception of lawyers, the change in standards for law students, and what consumers need to know when choosing an attorney.
  • Tuesday, August 18th
  • 8/16/15 Bob Salter

    Six Seconds CEO Joshua Freedman discussed emotional intelligence, the correlation between emotional intelligence levels and dealing with stress, and the study of retired pro football players on emotional intelligence.
  • 8/16/15 Bob Salter

    Epic Long Island President and CEO Tom Hopkins and New York Drug Policy Alliance Deputy State Director Julie Netherland, Ph.D., discussed provisions of New York State’s medical marijuana law, misconceptions about medical marijuana, and the August 27th workshop addressing medical marijuana, epilepsy and the New York law.
  • Sunday, August 9th
  • 8/9/15 Bob Salter's 6am Hour

    Dexter Gardiner and Sherri Gardiner discussed the establishment of the Gardiner Foundation as an outgrowth of a family tragedy, the Foundation’s work mentoring young people, and organization of the 10th Annual Memorial Basketball Tournament. Attorney Jeff Koreb discussed his firm’s sponsorship of the Tournament and the Foundation’s work.
  • 8/9/15 Bob Salter's 1st 7am Guest

    Greenpeace Senior Oceans Campaigner David Pinsky discussed markets-based approaches to shift the seafood industry to confront global crises, and illegal fishing and seafood industry human rights abuses documented in the 2015 Carting Away the Oceans Report.
  • 8/9/15 Bob Salter's 2nd 7am Hour Guest

    Neuroscientist Frida Polli, Ph.D., discussed using neuroscience to help people come up with their best career options and how pymetrics can address workplace diversity.
  • Bob Salter's Final 8/9/15 Guest

    Former ACLU Legal Director Burt Neuborne discussed the structure of the First Amendment as well as of the entire Bill of Rights was more intentional than most people realize, and why the first amendment is the blueprint for a functioning democracy.
  • Sunday, August 2nd
  • Bob Salter's 8/2/15 Program

    Author John Clifton discussed the use of paw paw after his wife’s diagnosis with stage 4 lung cancer, how the natural substance attacks and prevents cancer cells from multiplying, and the use of paw paw in conjunction with chemotherapy or radiation.
  • Sunday, July 26th
  • Ricky Byrd

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame musician and singer Ricky Byrd discussed living clean and sober for 27 years, his work in the music industry, and his role as Musical Director of the Clean Getaway All Stars.
  • Lisa Marcoccia

    Civil rights attorney Lisa Marcoccia discussed the case of a father of five jailed and indicted for child murder without eyewitnesses or physical evidence, legal issues in the Sandra Bland arrest, and the legal decision Facebook can not challenge federal government warrantd on behalf of its users.
  • Sunday, July 19th
  • 7/19/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Author Cathy Helowicz discussed her work with the Mal de Debarquement Syndrome Foundation, symptoms of the rare illness, and efforts to promote awareness, research, and fundraising.
  • 7/19/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Maple Family Centers President John LaSpina discussed the chain’s support of local programs for veterans, the Bowlers to Veterans Link charity which supports America’s veteran and active duty military personnel, and the importance of supporting members of the military personnel.
  • Sunday, July 12th
  • 7/12/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Independence Residences Incorporated Executive Director Ray DeNatale discussed the nonprofit organization’s work to support persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, what the work means for those persons and their family members, and the organization’s annual fundraising and public awareness activities.
  • Sunday, July 5th
  • Bob Salter's 7/5/15 Program

    Commentator Lisa Durden discussed the state of race relations in America today, why black churches are targeted in racist attacks, and the Confederate Flag controversy.
  • Sunday, June 28th
  • 6/28/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Criminal defense attorney Daniel Hochheiser discussed the intensified manhunt for the remaining New York state prison escapee, the high stakes in Tom Brady’s appeal, and what can be done to limit the prison population in the United States.
  • Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Kenneth Wasserman, M.D., discussed the importance of yearly exams of the entire skin surface, the types of skin cancer, risk factors for skin cancer, and the impact of the internet on skin cancer awareness.
  • Sunday, June 21st
  • 6/21/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Bob DeMaria, D.C., discussed ongoing Food and Drug Administration moves to eliminate trans-fat, Men’s Health Awareness Month, and the ongoing concerns about gluten and sugar in the diet.
  • 6/21/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Author and Master Health Activator Joyce Renee discussed how she restored her health after multiple surgeries, cancers, and near death experiences.
  • Sunday, June 14th
  • 6/14/15 Bob Salter's 6am Guest

    Author Anne Sarkisian discussed the recognition of non-celiac gluten intolerance, why doctors do not know more about symptoms and maladies linked to gluten, and how diet is an important way to address celiac disease and gluten intolerance.
  • 6/14/15 Bob Salter's 7am Guest

    Author Larry Lawton, a former prison inmate, discussed how objects are made in prison, ingenuity employed by two murderers who escaped from a federal prison in upstate New York, and his Reality Check program developed to help young people not to go to prison.
  • Monday, June 8th
  • Dr. Jamie Koufman

    Voice Institute of New York director and author Dr. Jamie Koufman discussed acid reflux, dietary approaches to reduce the incidence of acid reflux, and whether non-invasive surgery is an option for acid reflux patients.
  • 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.
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