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Listen Up! Wednesday 10/15: Floating In A Most Peculiar Way Print E-mail
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A psychedelic stew filled with Moog madness, electronic explorations, foreign movie soundtracks and international weirdness with rock and folk flavorings. Listen Up!: Where the cool, the classic, the corny and even the cringe-worthy collide. 

Tune into Listen Up! on @gtownradio 92.9fm WGGT-LP this Wednesday from 2-4pm est.

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SKYWAVE 10/16 wed. @ 6pm: BIG COP?! Print E-mail

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Welcome to Skywave for more live radio play fun! We begin with an episode from the Dragnet series. 1st broadcast 1951, "The Big Cop" has the city in a fray chasing down warehouse looters. Could the problem be as Det. Joe Friday suspects- "that they're working form an inside angle- getting tips" ad to keep you in more confusion we have a short from 5 Minute Mysteries. Originally aired in the late '40's, "Murder of Mrs. Banks" concerns the suspicious death of a housewife found by husband and friend? Can you guess who dun it? Here to maintain your befuddlement are voices Susan Triggiani, Maury Harris, Steve Medvidick and your host, Andy Pettit.  

 
FEWSH [Oct. 13, 2019] Print E-mail

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As William Edward Hickson often said...

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GGOTH - WE GOT DA' FUNK!! Give Up Da' FUNK!! Wednesday Night @ 10 PM!! Print E-mail

 

            "GOTTA' GET OVER THE HUMP!!"

"A Little Bit of THIS,

A Little Bit of THAT

'Cause We Know

U Like It Like THAT!!!"

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w/ K. Gerard Bates & Ernie "Eeazzy E" Evans, Producer 

                                                     

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SKYWAVE 10/9 @ 6pm: FIRE PUNISHMENT! Print E-mail

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Welcome to Skywave for more radio play action. We have three terrific tales for you. In reverse order, we end with a creepy episode from the sci fi series X Minus 1. 1st broadcast 1956, "Hostess" concerns an investigation by a doctor from another planet performing research. But when agent Drake learns that biologist wife is harboring the doctor who has an ulterior motive, how safe will earth be? On the lighter side, we have 2 pieces from guest playwright John McDonnell. We begin with "Just Fire Me". Cindy Kindle, a low level demon, has been called for a meeting with Ashton Pepper, sale manager in Hell. It seems Cindy has not been meeting her quota lately for condemned souls. She explains that she's burned out and needs a break. But are these breaks in hell? Will Cindy get her vacation? And we conclude with "Punishment Card". Mr. Williams, shopper at Tidy Stores, has earned punishment points because he has been shopping at a competing store. He is called to the managers's office to discuss the situation with Alf Sledgecock, the punishment manager, who strikes fear in his heart when he describes what the punishment will be. and here to reward you for listening are regular voices Nyi Lunsford, Gary Mitchell, John McDonnell and your host, Andy Petttit. 

 
The Local Music Show - Wednesday At 7PM Print E-mail
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Tune in this Wed night, Oct 9 from 7-9 PM - Hear new tracks from Harmony Woods, Arch of Love, Sheena, Anika, and Augusta, and Queen Jesus. The Local Music Show - featuring all Philly bands and artists. Listen at 92.9 FM (reaching NW Philly) or stream it at gtownradio.com or via the free G-Town Radio app.
 
Listen Up! Wednesday 10/09:Lorem Ipsum Dolor Sit Print E-mail
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Ride through a labyrinth of music shining a beacon on the unsung, should-be-sung, and will-be-sung recordings that clutter the maze’s dusty corridors that crisscross time and continents.

Tune into Listen Up! on @gtownradio 92.9fm WGGT-LP this Wednesday from 2-4pm est.

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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (10/6) 5-6pm, with local photographer, Steven Taylor Print E-mail

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TODAY at 5pm on "THE (not so) HIDDEN AGENDA," meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, photographer Steven Taylor. Steven will talk about his journey into photography, what it means to him, and how he uses his photos to promote positive growth by "uplifting aspects of blackness in [his] inner-city neighborhood."  To get a preview of his work, check him out online at www.stevencwtaylor.com, and tune in at 5pm to get to know him!

 
F E W S H Replay {Sunday Oct. 6 ||| 10-Noon EST} Print E-mail
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Another from the annals of FEWSH.
 
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4-5 Today: Planet Philadelphia Anthony Rogers-Wright, Green New Deal Peter Winslow Print E-mail

Guests today are:

Anthony Rogers-Wright, The Green New Deal’s Origin Story: Anthony Rogers-Wright  is the Policy Coordinator for the Climate Justice Alliance (CJA).  He has over ten Picture years of policy analysis, community organizing and outreach/advocacy experience. Anthony will explain the origins of the climate justice ideas in the GND as well as discuss why he and the CJA believe that a “just transition” to a greener world must place race, gender and class at the center of solutions.  Anthony was interviewed at the recent NetRoots Conference in Philadelphia.

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Peter Winslow, Future for PES?:  Peter Winslow has worked on a Port Development Plan and on projects for the Department of Defense, Carnegie Mellon, Siemens, and Rutgers. He is the President of the Evolve Foundation and the Founder/President of the FLAG (the Free Loan Association for Germantown). He has followed developments at PES (Philadelphia Energy Solutions, the largest refinery on the east coast) for several years.  This is the next installment from about the fast moving situation at the former PES refinery in the wake of the fire and closure of the facility. What can be done with the facility now (can it be used for greener purposes?) and how is the community getting involved.

 
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