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March 08, 2001


Castaways--4:30 p.m.: Gervase Peterson, one of the original "Survivor" castaways, will be available to discuss his experiences on the island, upcoming projects and his predictions for this season's "Survivor II: The Australian Outback." AOL subscribers can access with the keywords "AOL Live."

Classical--3 p.m.: University of North Carolina at Greensboro Symphony Orchestra will present a range of works by Mahler, Bruckner and a variety of contemporary American composers.


Quilting--Noon: Alex Anderson, expert quilter, will give you the perfect stitch from Bear Paw blocks to soft-edge piecing. Her "innovative traditional" style is helpful to quilters of any level.


Hockey--noon: The New Jersey Devils will skate into Philadelphia to play the Flyers in this important Eastern Conference game. Audio only.


Basketball--9:30 a.m.: The New York Knicks and the Miami Heat, both scratching in the middle of the Atlantic Division, will compete in this audio-only broadcast.


Rocket Launch--6:49 a.m.: From a point on the equator east of Christmas Island, will broadcast the launch of a Ukrainian rocket from a converted Norwegian oil-drilling platform.

Reading--8 a.m.: Time magazine is featuring a 6,000-word advance of the new Stephen King novel, "Dreamcatcher." King will introduce the excerpts with a video feed, and there will be contests with prizes.

Jazz--Noon: Blind since birth, Diane Schuur's passion for music has been the driving force behind her success. Her live repertoire usually includes a good dose of pop, but it's her jazz that always seems to turn heads. Be sure to check this video Webcast recorded Oct. 2 at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip.


Rock--Noon: Miracle Orchestra, a nine-piece, groove-oriented band, fuses the harmonies of jazz and blues. This Boston group brings a wide range of improvisational styles and expressions. Be sure to check out the Webcast recorded Nov. 15 at the House of Blues in Harvard Square.

Politics--3 p.m.: Ralph Nader, Piyush Gupta, Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona and Ray Healey will be available for a live chat in this continuing series, designed to raise awareness about Internet fraud.

Jazz--10 p.m.: Tito Puente fused American jazz and Afro-Cuban rhythms for more than 50 years. In 1999, a year before his death, Puente recorded a CD live at Birdland, "Mambo Birdland." To watch this Webcast, go to


Rock--Noon: Clutch, originally from Germantown, Md., has six albums under its belt. This Webcast was recorded Dec. 11 at the House of Blues in Chicago.


--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY

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