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Listen Up! Wednesday 01/16: It Is Knowing Print E-mail

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That weekly radio show called Listen Up! filled with music that you tune into every Wednesday from 2-4pm (unless you are one of those busy “on demand” types and thus tune in via an archived stream) happens again tomorrow.

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

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SKYWAVE 1/15 2 6pm: THE BLACK DOOR Print E-mail

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Welcome to Skywave. Tonite we have 4 entries. We begin with a script from the suspense series. Originally aired 1961, "The Black Door" takes us to central America, where a would be professor is sent to re-discover a lost civilization filled with treasure, which he finds. But what's behind the black door? We continue with comic relief with 2 bits from Cook and Moore's Good Evening: "Hello" and "Mini-Drama". We end with a 3 pager from J. Pat Shanley's "A  Lonely Impulse of Delight", which concerns a man's love for a lady who lives in central park..in the water? Enjoy this show with the eminent Gary Mitchell and your host, Andy Pettit.

 
New Show Debut 01/16: =RadioClash*RadioCures= Print E-mail

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The first show of the month DJ PhillyDave will feature an album & the band/artist, putting the lp & artist in historical perspective. What was going on in the rock n' roll world when this was recorded & came out? Where was the artist/band in their career? What lead up to it & where did it lead? What was the recording of this record like? So, why does this record/artist matter on a macro & micro level in the world of rock n' roll? Hear the tunes & b-sides & if possible, outtakes from the sessions.

The 2nd week's show will feature bands of the same ilk, of the same time. Also, the music that influenced the record including original versions of covers recorded or performed live then. And bands & artists influenced since the release of the record- why it matters, 'cause hey, it does.

This month: LONDON CALLING - THE CLASH

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sunday (1/13/19) 5-6pm, with G-town Radio's Program Manager, Tom Casetta Print E-mail

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TODAY on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda:" meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, G-town Radio's own program manager and host of LISTEN UP, Tom Casetta.  Tune in to hear the story behind Tom's devotion to music and radio, and to get to know the contents of his creative mind!  You're going to love him.  Check it out!

 
F E W S H Replay {Sunday Jan. 13 ||| 10-Noon EST} Print E-mail
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A little something from the past while your host reconfigures.
 
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It's An "Old-Fashioned" Mid-Week "GROWN FOLK" House Party!! Wednesday Night @ 10 PM Print E-mail

 

The All New 92.9 FM WGGT-LP, Philadelphia 

"A Little Bit of THIS,

A Little Bit of THAT

'Cause We Know

U Like It Like THAT!!!"

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Listen Up! Wednesday 01/09: Inflight Entertainment Print E-mail

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This coming Wednesday 1/0
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Garage rock, rock & roll, three-chord wonders, snarl, snotty punk,/post-punk, glam stompers, art-damaged weirdos, phasing and fuzz, sludge, trash ,paisley, black, velvet and leather, feedback, beads, and safety-pins, drippy mascara, psych rock…obscurities & rarities, past and present, and assorted goo goo muck. 

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

Follow the Listen Up! Blog and/or “like” the show on Facebook . Both serve as an addendum and a means to interact with the program

 
SKYWAVE January 2 @ 6pm: Cold Stack o' Wax! Print E-mail
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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave, your program for live radio play entertainment. We have 2 thrillers. We'll start with an episode from the Escape series. Originally aired 1953, "A Study In Wax" considers the lonely Arctic conditions 2 men are condemned to as they conduct a Geodetic survey in Canada. How will they survive? Our next tale is from the Lights Out series. 1st broadcast 1938, "Spider" concerns 2 opportunists venturing in the jungle to extract valuable varieties of butterflies. Will they cash is or is there a more lucrative temptation awaiting them? And back for 2019 is regular voice ace Stephen Medvidick along with your host, Andy Pettit.
 
FEWSH [Jan. 6, 2019] Print E-mail

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Zero out with FEWSH.

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Listen to Planet Philadelphia live today at 4-5 PM Print E-mail

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  • Christina Faulkner McDonough: California suffered from multiple big fires this summer. Christina Faulkner McDonough had a close call with the Woolsey fire, and will tell us about her direct experiences. Even though CA is 3,000 miles away we are all connected. The smoke from the fires even reached here Philadelphia and contributed to days of poorer air quality.  
  • Liz Robinson: Philadelphia Solar Energy Association (PSEA) Executive Director, a key advocate for solar energy in Pennsylvania, helping to develop the policy framework that has had many accomplishments. She will talk about environmental issues in the new year. 
  • Karen Krivit: Philly Goat Project Director Karen Krivit and several volunteers talk about this unique community-based program. Don’t throw your  Christmas tree in the trash. Recycle it by feeding it to the goats at the Philly Goat Project at Awbury Arboretum's Agricultural Village.  

 


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