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"Bridging Borders" Youth Trip! "Welcome to Wakanda" Marketplace! LIVE, 8PM, 3/22/18 Print E-mail


Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow, this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with educator and filmmaker, Nuala Cabral, along with young people from the youth group, POPPYN (Presenting Our Perspective on Philly Youth News). They will be discussing their upcoming trip to South Africa next month, where they will build with several youth groups on the continent and produce short film projects focusing on youth power and organizing and the need for youth to cross borders throughout the diaspora. They will also share how you can support their fundraiser and provide a donation towards their trip!

Additionally, Gabriel will speak with Ginger Smith, who is coordinating the "Welcome to Wakanda" marketplace slated for Saturday, March 31, at The Pike Banquet Hall, 7:00-11:00PM! This African inspired marketplace is highlights local Black artists and business owners as well as celebrates art, culture and community! There will be African drumming, massages, live performances, vendors and more!

Feel free to call in at 215.609.4301! 

Listen Up! Wednesday 03/21: Listen The Snow Is Falling Print E-mail

It looks like a snow filled afternoon and your host is going to escape cabin fever and trek over to the station. Let's enjoy a snow day listening to music together.  You'll get up to date weather too. 

Listen Up!: Where the cool, the classic, the corny and even the cringe-worthy collide.


Hear it live on your radio dial at 92.9 or stream it from 2-4pm EST

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March 21 @ 6pm: ANIMAL RIGHTS?! Print E-mail


Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. Tonite we have 2 more radio plays. the 1st is a fantasy tale from the Columbia Workshop series. Originally aired 1939, "The Use Of Man" asks the question. What use is he; especially to the animals who appear in Lord Gorse's dream to deliver their opinions of his utility. We follow with a taut tale of suspense from the Front Page Drama series. 1st broadcast 1934, "The Devil's Daughter" concerns a determined woman's will to stay overnight in the temple of Sekhmet; the Egyptian goddess of destruction who has wrought insanity on any who dare her. But what is this woman trying to prove? Will she succeed? And with us tonite are 2 actors with nothing to prove, but plenty to share with their treasure of multiple personae- Shelli Pentimall Booker, Gary Mitchell, and myself, your host Andy Pettit.    

The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sunday (3/18) 5-6pm, with 13-year-old photographer, Charlie Brodkin Print E-mail

Tune in to "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda" Sunday, March 18th, at 5pm to meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, 13-year-old fine art photographer, Charlie Brodkin!  Charlie will tell us about his photography, how he developed his unique style, what inspires him, and how he came to love the camera!  Tune in and be inspired! 
(If you want to check out his art before or during the show, you can find his work online at: www.charliebrodkin.wixsite.com/photography.)
FEWSH [March 18, 2018] Print E-mail

(Image by Philip Henry Gosse / Prepared by Reade)

Bona fide FEWSH.

(Image by Philip Henry Gosse / Prepared by Reade)

Today: Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show, 4-5:00 pm; Climate change as a motivating force Print E-mail
Sunrise Today © Kay Wood 3/16/18
 There’s a new Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show today 4-5:00 pm on WGGT 92.9 LPFM, available on your radio dial in NW Philadelphia and vicinity. The show is also simultaneously streamed online at gtownradio.com so people everywhere on the planet can hear Planet Philadelphia too. You wouldn’t want to miss these interesting discussions:
  • Rachel D. Valletta, Ph.D. is an environmental scientist and the director of the Climate and Urban Systems Partnership (CUSP), a four-city educational initiative seeking to engage urban residents more efficiently and effectively in climate change and resiliency education at The Franklin Institute. She spoke with host Kay Wood and reporter Linda Rosenwein about how to talk about climate change in our divisive times.

  • Those of us who think young people are apathetic about politics and our world will be quite surprised and inspired by this interview. Three young activists, Maddy Feldman, Ben Bristol, and Micah Lott - known by friends as Big Wind, spoke with Planet Philadelphia host Kay Wood about how to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process. 

Hear these informative interviews and more.


Mental Health! Going Inward Wellness LLC and The Black Men at Penn! LIVE, 8PM, 3/15/18 Print E-mail


Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow, this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant highlights the need for discussions around mental health in the Black community. He will speak with educator and counselor, Shesheena Bray, who will be discussing therapeutic services through her business, Going Inward Wellness, LLC! She will talk about what programs she has in the community (including at the Institute of Contemporary Art) and why it's critical to maintain one's wellness. Additionally, Gabriel will meet with professor and national race expert, Chad Lassiter along with clinician and artist, Darin Toliver of the Black Men at Penn, an organization coming out of the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice. They will discuss the work that they have done for years to support young men of color, including a new initiative that began recently at Cheltenham High School. Feel free to call in at 215.609.4301!

GGOTH! Wednesday Nights @ 10 PM Print E-mail


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Vibraphonist Tony Miceli Steps Into Jim's Lower Lounge - Wednesday 3/14 at 7pm Print E-mail

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Sit down with the players who color our world with music and life. This week, hear interviews and stories with celebrated vibraphonist Tony Miceli. Tony steps into the lounge to talk about music, hippies, fidget spinners, and growth in Germantown.

Jim's Lower Lounge is produced exclusively for G-Town Radio by Rittenhouse Soundworks and airs every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 7pm. 

March 14 @ 6pm: CONSCIENCE Print E-mail


Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. We have 2 scripts. We'll begin with  one from the Quiet Please suspense series. Originally aired 1947, "Three" considers what happens when a man allows that number to preoccupy his mind to the point of petrifying paranoia. Our second play comes from the Empire Builders series. 1st broadcast 1931, "Billion Dollar Baby" dramatizes the effects corporate-minded thinking has on the working poor. And here to lead the brigade of entertainment are Kathy Harmer, Mickey D'Onori, Mike Raimondo, and your host, Andy Pettit.      

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