Radio alternatives.Thanks for the overview of progressive voices on the radio ("Hot Air," by David Hoffman, June 2005). The question was raised about whether a syndicated radio show featuring discussions of faith, politics, and culture from a progressive perspective could succeed. Our program, Day 1 (formerly The Protestant Hour), celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. Day 1 airs every week on some 160 radio stations proclaiming the moderate/progressive Christian faith through interviews and messages by some of the best mainline mainline Drug slang verb To inject a drug Protestant preachers of our day. We're one of the very few alternatives to the evangelical and Religious Right programs that dominate the airwaves airwaves
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