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Bob Salter - Weekends on WFAN
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Sunday, September 17th
Bob Salter 7am hour
Rowdy Girl Sanctuary Executive Director andFounder Renee King-Sonnen discussed how the Sanctuary became the first documented beef cattle ranch to convert to a vegan farm animal sanctuary, how she and her husband saved animals during Hurricane Harvey in Texas, and her view that other cattle ranches care about their animals.
Bob Salet 6am hour
Bob Salter spoke with listeners about terrorism concerns in the aftermath of the September 15, 2017 London bomb sttsck.and concerns about climate change surrounding the effects of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
Sunday, September 10th
09-10 Bob Salter's Public Affairs Show
Author Polly Franks, director of It’s Not Your Fault, discussed her story bringing a sexual predator to justice, back-to-school safety tips for children, and the numbers of sexual attacks that go unreported.
Sunday, September 3rd
9/3/17 Bob Salter's Public Affairs Show
Recovering compulsive gambler Dennis M. discussed the scope of problem gambling, the extent of his compulsive gambling and his recovery, and the explosion in forms of legal gambling.
Sunday, August 6th
08-06 Bob Salter FULL 7am HR
Bob has interesting guests one of which discusses cancer risks and the advantages of non-smokers compared to smokers
08-06 Bob Salter FULL 6am HR
Bob discuss's Mathematics with Fireda Birnbaum
Sunday, July 30th
Bob Salter's 7am Hour
Fresh Air Fund Executive Director Fatima Shama discussed the organization’s history, camps, year-round programs, and Friendly Town experience.
Bob Salter's 6am Hour
Rinaldi Group founder and president Anthony Rinaldi discussed safety issues for construction workers and pedestrians, modular discussion trends, and challenges faced by small business owners.
Sunday, July 23rd
07-23-17 Bob Salter with Keisha Allen
Association for Metrousa Autistic Children Incorpoated Executive Director Keishea Allen discussed common misconceptions about autism, the organization’s work with traditionally hard to place students, and challenges faced by parents of students the organization serves.
07-23-17 Bob Salter with Dr. Bob DeMaria
Dr. Bob DeMaria discussed common surgeries faced by men, women and children, why he feels successful surgery is an oxymoron, and nutritional/supplement approaches that can help prevent surgery.
Sunday, July 16th
07/16/17 Bob Salter's 7am Guest
Oasis Day Camp CEO Bernie Tessler discussed services including day camps using the infrastructure of existing facilities, tangible results seen in children’s growth, and funding challenges the organization faces.
07/16/17 Bob Salter's 6am Guest
Ruderman Family Foundation Program Officer Miriam Heyman discussed the international organization’s efforts to promote inclusion of people with disabilities, the Promoting Lifetime of Acitivity for Youth (PLAY) campaign, and efforts to promote opportunity in business and sports for people with disabilities.
Sunday, July 9th
Bob Salter with Fred Watts of PAL
Police Athletic League(PAL) Executive Director Frederick Watts discussed summer programs PAL offers, how PAL influences police – community relations, and the role of volunteers.
Bob Salter with Florence Ann Romano
Philanthropist and former nanny Florence Ann Romano discussed the instance of a nanny caught beating a child with special needs, how installing nanny cam can protect one’s family, and that child care centers often do not hire the most qualified teachers.
Sunday, July 2nd
7-02-17 Bob Salter with Jaeson Jones
Security expert Jaeson Jones discussed the June 30, 2017 Bronx Lebanon Hospital shooting, options to respond in active shooter situations, the growth of Mexican cartels, and how the proposed border wall will impact the cartels’ operations.
Sunday, June 25th
Bob Salter with Dr. Kenneth Wasserman
Baltimore Orioles Team Dermatologist Dr. Kenneth Wasserman discussed the importance of preparation in addressing sun safety, how skin cancer is diagnosed, and the current state of healthcare including the proposed healthcare reform legislation.
Bob Salter with Emil DeAndreis
Author Emil DeAndreis discussed how being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis ended his baseball career, how he found a sense of peace through writing, and how everyone’s life at times causes one to acclimatize to reality.
Sunday, June 18th
6-18-17 Bob Salter
Yeshiva University Assistant Professor Tracy Prout, ph.d., discussed psychological issues affecting children, the incidence of bullying, dealing with adversity and coping with loss, and the impact of proposed cuts to children’s healthcare coverage.
6-18-17 Bob Salter with Dr. Kenneth Wasserman
Baltimore Orioles Team Dermatologist Dr. Kenneth Wasserman discussed his view that people do not take skin cancer seriously, the prevalence of skin cancer in America, and ways to promote sun safety.
6-18-17 Bob Salter
Bob Salter talked with listeners about Father’s Day and what fathers meant in their lives.
Sunday, June 11th
Bob Salter 6-11-17 With Antonella Apicella
Lenox Hill Hospital nutritionist Antonella Apicella discussed ,imdful eating to control one’s waistline, how the Core4 program helps participants achieve weight loss, and how to incorporate exercise on a daily basis.
Bob Salter 6-11-17 with Gwen Griffith Dickson
Author and King’s College Professor Gwen Griffith Dickson discussed anti-terrorism efforts in England, the aftermath of the recent terrorist attacks in London and Manchester, and the role of citizens in the battle against terrorism.
Sunday, June 4th
Bob Salter's Public Service Announcement -- 6/04/17 in the 7AM Hour
Long Island teen Brianna Salinaro discussed growing up with cerebral palsy, her accomplishments winning black belts, and her desire to become the first female from this country to ever compete in the Taekwondo Paralympics.
Bob Salter's Public Service Announcement -- 6/04/2017
Dr. Michael Lockshin, Director of the Barbra Volcker Center at the Hospital for Special Surgery, discussed chronic illness, how the use of codes influences medical practice, and how patients should respond when diagnoses are uncertain.
Sunday, May 28th
Bob Salter PSA Program
YAI Chief Financial Officer Kevin Carey YAI’s growth into a network of agencies supporting children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families, the organization’s Central Park Challenge, and the impact of changes in government funding of human service programs. Broadview Network Chief Executive Officer Mike Robinson discussed Broadview’s involvement sponsoring the Central Park Challenge.
Bob Salter PSA Program
Mainstream Mental Health Chairman Dr. John Huber discussed fear concerns in the aftermath of the Manchester England terror attack, higher risk overweight kids face for depression as adults, and the importance of mental health help for veterans.
Sunday, May 21st
Bob Salter's 7:00 Hour
Kelly Jones discussed parental alienation, her contention parental alienation is child abuse, and her contention the alienation by her ex-husband has ruined her relationship with her children.
Bob Salter's 6:00 Hour
Bob Salter spoke with listeners about ongoing issues facing President Trump and his administration, media coverage of the President, and whether the coverage is fair.
Sunday, May 14th
Bob Salter's Public Announcement in the 7am-8am Hour
This is Dr. Shelley Pazer's third appearance on Bob Salter's show. She goes over the the importance of the human brain and how doing things out of the oridinary can benefit our minds.
Bob Salter's Public Announcement in the 6am-7am Hour
David Rose speaks on behalf of the Zaka Organization and how integral they are during tragedies in Israel and the rest of the world.
Sunday, May 7th
5/07/17 Bob Salter with Taylor Hooton and Author Larry
Author Larry Tye discussed the liberal legacy of former Senator and U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy and Kennedy’s impact of the civil rights movement, Taylor Hooton Foundation Chair and Executive Chair Don Hooton discussed the use of anabolic steroids, why he and his family started the Foundation after his son Taylor’s suicide after using anabolic steroids, and help the Foundation is receiving from Major League Baseball
Sunday, April 23rd
Bob Salter Public Service Program
Sunday, April 16th
4/16/17 Bob Salter's 7am Guest
Runner Eva Casale discussed her plan to run seven marathons in seven days to raise funds and awareness for Hope For The Warriors and her experience donating a kidney to someone she had never met. Senior Director of Sports and Recreation Steve Bartomioli discussed the Hope For The Warriors mission and help the organization provides for post 9/11 service members.
4/16/17 Bob Salter's 6am Guest
Dr. Hooman Azmi discussed Parkinson’s Disease, who is most often susceptible to the illness, and 23rd Parkinson’s Univety Walk April 22, 2017.
Sunday, April 9th
Pop Earth founder Debbie Stone discussed the organization being the first to offer free to low cost holistic health options for persons with Autism and other developmental disorders and funding challenges the organization faces.
Author Janet Lintala, D.C., founder of Autism Health, discussed the significance of April as Autism Awareness Month, what is known about the cause of Autism, and how to assess the risk of Autism.
Wednesday, April 5th
04/02/17 Bob Salter's 7am Guest
Steven Sirot, co-founder of College Benefits Research Group, joined Bob to discuss financial planning for higher education.