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What can we do to help keep our planet cool enough to survive? Print E-mail

Planet Philadelphia today, ‪Friday, December 4 @ 4:00 PM

On today's Planet Philadelphia we will be talking with Ben Kalina and Jen Schneider who have collaborated on directing/producing/writing and filming a recent NOVA science documentary airing on PBS entitled "Can We Cool the Planet?." They are award-winning film makers who have worked together before. Both have long been interested in environmental issues. Their documentary explores some of the extreme options that may be required to deal with climate change. 

Also on this show we hear from Liz Robinson on the state of energy politics in Harrisburg. Pennsylvania is the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the US and one of the largest regional sources of electric power. What we do here matters far beyond our borders. And Liz has extensive knowledge about all this. She fills us in on what’s happening right now and what might be coming our way. 


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FEWSH [Dec. 6, 2020] Print E-mail

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There's just so much to hold.

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Listen Up! Wednesday 12/02: All Ears On Georgia Print E-mail
All eyes and ears are on Georgia and thus a radio salute.

Yep, two hours of music from the State of Georgia.

Hear known and obscure nuggets, pebbles, and peaches crossing genres and time. Follow the Listen Up! Blogand/or “like” the show on Facebook.

Both serve as an addendum and a means to interact with the program
SKYWAVE 10/28 @5pm : doZen Greatest Hits Print E-mail

Can Caitlin Cieri write and produce 1 brand new audio drama every month for a year? She can with the help of Germantown Radio, a bevy of savvy actors, and a whole bunch of public domain sound effects. Whether it's historical or hysterical, tragedy or travesty, doZen delivers.

December's doZens features a special treat for its listeners. A brand new show will air on December 30th, but December 2nd is doZen's Greatest Hits: WWKGD (Issa Kabeer, Julianne Layden, Susan Triggiani), Creepy Crawlies (LaPorshca Rodgers, Vinny Ali, Julisa Basak) and Strawberry & Mint (Taiwo Sokan, Moumita Ghosh Tozour, Julisa Basak, Vinny Ali, and Caitlin Cieri). Whether you've ehard these shows or missed them, now's your chance to hear some great shows with some great actors.
FEWSH [Nov. 29, 2020] Print E-mail

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Be encouraged. Be very encouraged.

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The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm): Singles Night Print E-mail

Welcome to the Jazz Continuum. This week, explore space, time and format. We’ll dig deep into a box of vinyl 45’s, also known as the 7” single. Jazz for jukeboxes, RCA record players, and radio hits. Saturday, November 27, it’s Singles’ Night in the Jazz Continuum. Be yourself, no dress code.  



"A Little Bit of THIS,

A Little Bit of THAT

'Cause We Know

U Like It Like THAT!!!"


The Mid-Week "Grown Folk" Party!!!

(Put The Kiddies To BED!!!)  

K.Gerard Bates, The Mysterious Traveller (aka K-JAM)

w/ Ernie Evans (aka Eeazzy E), Producer

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The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm):“Great Black Music - Ancient to the Future.” Print E-mail

This week on the Jazz Continuum we are inspired by the Art Ensemble of Chicago’s slogan, “Great Black Music -  Ancient to the Future.” We’ll travel the continuum for tunes that encompass African and Eastern cultures, the legacy of brass bands, Blues and Spirituals, Trance and more. Featured artists include Alice Coltrane, Art Blakey and the Afro-Drum Ensemble, Yusef Lateef, Cheick Tidane Seck, Exploding Star Orchestra, Maleem Mahmoud Ghania with Pharaoh Sanders and more. Photo: Art Ensemble of Chicago 1987 photo by Enid Farber.  

The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm)

FEWSH [Nov. 22, 2020] Print E-mail

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Crunch, crunch, crunch, crunch, crunch.

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Young People Are The Future, Planet Philadelphia 4-5:00 today Print E-mail

Tune in to Planet Philadelphia 4-5:00 PM today for our new show about young people and the environment with guests:


John Campbell is a junior in a Roman Catholic high school in Philadelphia and the organizer/contact for the Philadelphia chapter of Fridays for the Future, an international youth group that works to prevent environment degradation and limit climate change. 


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Bert Myers, Director of the Environmental Education and Information Center at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), and Tara Muenz is Assistant Director of Education at Stroud Water Research Center. 

Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show airs 4:00-5:00 PM the first and third Fridays a month. Tune in then to hear about our shared environment. Podcasts of the live shows are available shortly after broadcast at https://www.planetphiladelphia.com/show-archives

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