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Uhuru Health Festival and Flea Market! LIVE on Stepping Into Tomorrow, 4/13/17, 8PM Print E-mail

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Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with representatives from the African People's Education and Defense Fund organization, who are sponsoring their upcoming 6th annual Uhuru Health Festival and Flea Market, on Sat. April 22 in Clark Park in west Philadelphia. Coordinating under the banner "Black Health Matters - Black Community Control of Our Health," this event will feature special presentations from health practitioners, screenings (including blood pressure, eyesight, dental health and more), free exercise workshops, yoga, live music and over 100 vendors! Be sure to tune in and place this amazing event on your calendar!

 
April 12 @ 6pm: Say It With Lilies! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave, your program for live radio play listening pleasure.  Tonite we have a trio of plays and a special treat. We'll start with an episode from the nail-biting Quiet Please series. First broadcast in 1948, "Let The Lilies Consider" explores a triangular relationship between a woman, a man, and his flowers. How did the original human pair become threesome? This tale is sure to fertilize your imagination. We continue with 2 brief episodes from the comedy series that spawned so many others- The Bickersons. The first, from 1946 and titled "The Tax Refund", is a friendly nudge to avoid the IRS and a reminder that any contentious couple may want to consider how they should file. The second entry from the Battling Bickersons is "8th Wedding Anniversary", which should be a fair indication how this duo does deal with their financial affairs, but offers no clues for marriage counselors. And here, despite knowing every detail about each other and still agreeing to perform together are the sensational Sharon Sigal and the gregarious Gary Mitchell along with Jim as mediator -er moderator, virile voice and podmaster Harris of Ave G and me, your pest -er host for tonite's show, Andy Pettit.    

 
Listen Up! Wednesday 04/12: 102nd Day Print E-mail

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A freeform haze of music exhumation.

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

Streaming live 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.

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FEWSH [April 10, 2017] Print E-mail

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Give me one good reason not to tune in.......................good point.

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reckless curiosity: april 9th, 2017 (10pm-12am) Print E-mail
 
Sorry to anyone keeping tabs on me for the unannounced hiatus- this month threw a lot at me. Tonight's show is a full moon of glowing sound and all manner of noises electronic and organic will seep into your roots and push up that new spring growth.  Lucy Dacus, Kraftwerk, and Philip Cohran & the Artistic Heritage Ensemble (pictured) are all in the mix. 
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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Saturday (4/8) from 4-5pm with guest, Artistic Director, John Doyle Print E-mail
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Tune in on Saturday, 4/8, to meet John Doyle!  John is the Artistic Director of Iron Age Theatre, a local theater company whose works focus on capturing the human condition and on social justice (learn a little more in advance of the show at www.ironagetheatre.org).  If you love the live arts and embrace equality, then you won't want to miss Stephanie's discussion with John.  Listen live at 4pm to hear all about John's work, and the story behind his art!
 
 
 
Podcast: Climate change and US national security, energy and transportation on Planet Philadelphia l Print E-mail

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Informative vital stories on this edition of Planet Philadelphia (streamed on-line at Gtown Radio 4/7/17) Hear about threats to US national security and other climate change challenges with host Kay Wood and fabulous guests taking on this and more.
  • David W. Titley, Rear Admiral USN (ret.) now a professor, Penn State School of International Affairs. He will speak about the great risk climate change poses for our national security and just what we can do to make our lives far safer.
  • New reporter debuts today! Linda Rosenwein reports on what’s new in energy engineering.
  • Urban planner, David Heller, on transportation planning in the age of climate change.
 
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Listen to a great new Planet Philadelphia streaming on G-Town radio today! Print E-mail

A great Planet Philadelphia today! (Friday 4/7/17) Listen at 4:00 online to host Kay Wood and fabulous guests on G-Town Radio. Picture

 

  •  David W. Titley, Rear Admiral USN (ret.) now a professor, Penn State School of International Affairs will speak about the great risk climate change poses for our national security and just what we can do to make our lives far safer.

  • New reporter debuts today! Linda Rosenwein reports on what’s new in energy engineering.

  • Urban planner, David Heller, on transportation planning in the age of climate change.


Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line is: (484) 278-1846. Record a comment or event announcement anytime to be broadcast on the next Planet Philadelphia radio show. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.

 
Black Centered Spaces in the Movement for Black Lives! 4/6/17, 8:00PM Print E-mail

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Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with several community activists regarding their perspectives on "Black-centered spaces" when it comes to organizing. In the last two days, Black Lives Matter - Philly have come under attack by right wing organizations and media entities for their issue with BLM Philly's stance on Black only spaces in meetings, which for BLM is an opportunity to "strategize, organize, heal and fellowship without the threat of violence or co-optation." Listen in as we discuss the history of such an issue, what allyship means, and how to move forward toward the goals of justice and liberation. 

 
April 5 @ 6pm: SPACE SOAP! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. Tonite we have 2 thrilling scripts. The first is from the searing suspense series. Originally aired 1949, "To Find Help" concerns an older lady who hires out some young male help. The young guy appears virile. , so why does he make constant reference to his strong hands? Are they JUST for cleaning? Our second feature is from the scintillating sci fi Flash Gordon series. 1st broadcast 1935, in "Episode 3" Flash must confront his 2 love interests Dale Arden(his American sweetheart) and Aura(evil Emperor Ming's daughter), but not before a rendezvous with Thun, the powerful bearded Prince of the Lionmen and Prince Barin, a former member of Ming's court. Which of the 4 contestants will win Flash's affections? Sounds like a hairy proposition that could be a close shave even for the likes of our hulky hero. And here to cut to the chase is snippety Sherry Brown and shaggy shear master Ben Robinson III along with the hilariously hirsute Jim Harris of Ave G and your bare-faced host, Andy Pettit. 

 
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