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SKYWAVE 4/22 @ 6pm: "LI'L A!" Print E-mail

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Welcome to Skywave for more live phone-in radio play fun in observance of best practices to avoid the lingering beast. we begin with a thriller from the suspense series. Originally aired 1943, "The Diary of Saphronia Winters" unites 2 lonely souls on  a beach, where love at 1st surf brings the newlyweds to a big ol' hotel owned by the groom; but which is mysteriously deserted. what began as a giddy alliance turns to mutual suspicion. We continue with comic relief from an episode from Little Orphan Annie. 1st broadcast 1935, "Annie's Big Surprise Party" has our heroine in reception of a grand gift; not just for the red top, but for all the urchins listening in. So stay tuned to hear what that truly big surprise may be as voice actors Carol Moog and 2-timing sfx engineer/voice Tom Casetta animate our program along with your host, Andy Pettit.  

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-today@5pm-COPING WITH CORONAVIRUS WITH KIDS-with Dr. Laurel Silber Print E-mail

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TODAY AT 5PM-tune in for the second episode in the COPING WITH CORONAVIRUS series: PARENTING IN A PANDEMIC.  In this episode, host Dr. Stephanie Heck talks with child psychologist Dr. Laurel Silber about the unique situation parents are in right now, as they are quarantined with their children.  Tune in to hear get some perspective and some tips!  

 
FEWSH [April 19, 2020] Episode 493 Print E-mail

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493 "songs" in celebration of the 493rd episode of Fewsh.

Oh no.

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4-5 Today on Planet Philadelphia: NSF Conference; Infrastructure, well-being and equity Print E-mail

 Tune in at 4:00 today to hear about this vital discussion.

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On Planet Philadelphia today listen to some of the many diverse people who took part in a three day workshop on how our future can be more equitable, planning our infrastructure for everyone’s well being. Covid-19 has put a spotlight on how unfairly our society is and what sorts of health and well being comes from plans that didn’t adequately include all voices. This diverse group of researchers from the social, engineering, health, data, and environmental sciences, and practitioners, industry leaders, government agencies, educators, and community organizers are trying to figure out how to do better going forward. This Planet Philadelphia show presents a compilation of interviews conducted throughout the workshop talking about some of the ideas raised and lessons learned. Temple University’s Center for Sustainable Communities hosted a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded workshop titled ‘How does Infrastructure Shape Equity and Well-being Across the Urban-Rural Gradient?’

 

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Listen Up! Wednesday 04/15: The Silver Sound From A Time So Strange Print E-mail
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Welcome back quarantiners! I hope you are all well and safe.  Let's enjoy the oscillation together. Tune into Listen Up! this Wednesday (4/15) from 2-4pm  Sounds for you to make your life indoors a tad more psychedelic and absurd.

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SKYWAVE 4/15 @ 5pm: ANTZ! Print E-mail

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Welcome to Skywave for more live radio play entertainment ala remote voice actor participation. we begin with an episode from the suspense series Escape. Originally aired 1948, "Leiningen Vs. the ants" considers a magnificent plan to overcome and obliterate the advance of swarming ants(each the size of your thumb, 10 miles long and 2 miles wide) to be executed by plantation owner Leiningen; a man of fearless confidence- the ultimate alpha male moron. Who will be the victor- man or insect? For laughs served festively, we turn to an episode from Baby Snooks and Daddy. 1st broadcast 1942, "Easter Suit" has the innocent, curious baby Snooks stumping her dad as usual, but this time with queries regarding all things Easter. for more bunny thrills, let's drop in on the Bickersons for an "Easter" episode as they have one of their 4am discussions in their typically spirited fashion, which leads to the inevitable subject- Is John gonna fork out the cash for a new Easter bonnet for wife Blanche? Listen and find out with our reg voices tonight starring Bill Simpson, Martha Michael, Tom Casetta and your host, Andy Pettit. 

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-COPING WITH CORONAVIRUS-with stress and crisis expert, Dr. Susan Schack Print E-mail

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"The (Not So) Hidden Agenda" presents a new series: COPING WITH CORONAVIRUS.  

Check out the first episode of the series TODAY AT 5PM!  Host Stephanie Heck talks with fellow psychologist, Dr. Susan Schack about how to best understand and manage the stress of contagion and quarantine that we are all facing right now.  

Don't miss it! 

 
FEWSH [April 12, 2020] Print E-mail

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"It sometimes feels like a strange movie, you know, it's all so weird that sometimes I wonder if it is really happening." ~ Eminem

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Listen Up! Wednesday 04/08: Hey You, You're Not Immune! Print E-mail
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Timely and topical selections fill this week's Listen Up! It happens live this Wednesday (4/8) from 2-4pm on G-town Radio/WGGT-LP 92.9. Lots of Garage rock, rock & roll, three-chord wonders, snarl, snotty punk, post-punk, art-damaged weirdos, past and present, and assorted junk.


 
SKYWAVE April 8 @ 5pm: TIME! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave ala remote for more live radio play excitement. We begin with the infamous HG Wells tale "The Machine". 1st broadcast 1950, our story begins with invitation to travel to the year 100, 080. After a disappointing tour, the adventurers return to the spot where they landed only to find the contraption gone. Will they find it? Stay tuned to find out and stay on for some comic relief from JP Shanley's piece "A Lonely Impulse of Delight". Hear what happens when a guy wants to introduce to his  friend  the new love of his life- a mermaid. We close with recitations from 2 Romantic poets- first Wm. Wordsworth's "Daffodils" and the Felicia Hemans' "To Wordsworth". Tonight you'll hear the gracious, generous voice of regular Skywave  actor Gary Mitchell along with that of your host all made possible by SFX engineer extraordinaire Tom Casetta!

 
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