Tuesday, April 16, 2019

There's flopping in soccer and (sometimes the NBA), but we all know "There's no crying in Baseball". This could have been MUCH worse for Braves skipper Brian Snitker 😲😲😲! See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day" 👇👇


Playlist for Tuesday, April 16, 2019

5a Hour

  • MKTO - Classic
  • Poison Arrow - ABC
  • Halfway There - Tiesto
  • Giant - Calvin Harris (w/Rag 'N 'Bone Man)
  • Man In The Box - Alice In Chains
  • Peaches - Presidents of the United States of America
  • Solsbury Hill - Peter Gabriel
  • In Bloom - Nirvana
  • Am I Wrong - Nico & Vinz
  • Solo - Clean Bandit/Demi Lovato
  • Unbelievers - Vampire Weekend

6a Hour

  • Take A Walk - Passion Pit
  • Hit Me With Your Best Shot - Pat Benatar
  • Brass In Pocket - Pretenders
  • Trip Switch - Nothing But Thieves
  • Meadow - Stone Temple Pilots
  • Santeria - Sublime
  • Life Is Highway - Rascal Flatts
  • Somebody New - Joywave
  • Days Go By - Keith Urban
  • Hallow Moon (Bad Wolf) - AwolNation
  • Galway Girl - Ed Sheeran

7a Hour

  • Low - Cracker
  • Zombie - Cranberries
  • Modern Love - David Bowie
  • Hotel Key - Old Dominion
  • Spoonman - Soundgarden
  • Heavy - Collective Soul
  • Looking For Clues - Robert Palmer
  • Mo Money, Mo Problems - Notorious B.I.G./Puff Daddy/Mase
  • Sweet Child O' Mine - Guns & Roses
  • Fire Women - Cult

8a Hour

  • Like China - Phil Collins
  • Just Got Paid - Sigala
  • Pets - Porno for Pyros
  • Just Like Heaven - Cure
  • I Could Get Used To This - Becky Hill
  • Insane In Brain - Cypress Hill
  • Cruel Summer - Bananarama

NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer is following the Notre Dame Cathedral fire and joins Tony with the very latest on the fire.


Another salvo was fired in the "Vaxx / Anti Vaxx" war on Monday when a group of parents in New York sought a temporary restraining order to prevent mandatory measles vaccinations from taking effect. The parents’ lawsuit against the New York City Department of Health called the emergency order "arbitrary and capricious" and the measures it necessitates "drastic." ABC's Cheri Preston joins Tony with the story.


After a South Carolina college student who thought she was getting into her Uber car was later found murdered, Lyft is announcing a set of security measures designed to prevent the same thing from happening to any of its riders. In San Mateo, California, an actual Uber driver is accused of taking passengers to the airport, then returning to their homes and burglarizing them. Jim says a new ride-share company hopes to give customers additional peace of mind. ABC's Jim Ryan join Tony.


Finally, the long-awaited Mueller report is coming out Thursday morning -- to a theatre near you! Will there be any surprises? How should, and how will, Democrats, Republicans and the White House handle it? Has the Russian Collusion investigation turned into “Spygate”, a new series of investigations into the old investigations? And how will it affect the 2020 Presidential contest and the field of Democratic contenders, now 18 candidates strong? ABC Political Analyst Alex Castellanos breaks it all down!


Plenty of optimism in the metro just ahead of Derby time! Give-A-Day Week of Service, the new Justin Thomas Foundation and a $4.6M grant to fund to help infants are just some of the story lines in the metro this week. Mayor Greg Fischer joins Tony!

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