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Science 2.0: Science for the Rest of Us - Science Trivia Print E-mail


Today in studio we will be playing science trivia along with some good music and current events. 

PraisEluJAH Radio-SHOW - Marriage...the good stuff! Print E-mail

We have a Power packed - Studio Packed Show TODAY!!!!  Praise GOD!!!! We have Pastor Damon and his Wife Shana Dukes.  We have Inspirational Gospel Artist Mike and Kim (Paris) UpShaw. Calling in From Chicago, from his Book tour we have our Bi-Weekly Correspondent Minister, Author, Activist Christopher Signil  - The Author of Race Faith and Politics .   And as always, the MUSIC is AWESOME!!!! Join us today - Saturday May 23rd at 10am est. 

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This Week on The Broken Truth Show... The Groove Theory Print E-mail


LYRICS LOUNGE ON THE BROKEN TRUTH SHOW!! Tune in LIVE as the Broken Truth Show digs into music with a meaning... music that makes you feel, music that grooves you... Call in... Request your favorites! Each and every Friday Night @ 10pm on www.gtownradio.com THE SOUND FROM GERMANTOWN! 

#SayHerName Campaign for Black Women's Lives and Rally and March for Oscar Lopez! 5/21, 8PM Print E-mail
Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening as host Gabriel Bryant discusses all of the latest political news of the day, including today's National Day to acknowledge Black Women's Lives and Black Trans Women's Lives who have been invisibilized regarding police brutality.  He also will discuss the May 30 march and rally for Puerto Rican political prisoner, Oscar Lopez Rivera, which is calling for thousands to descend onto NYC and demand his release.  More news will be included with a soundtrack provided by classics by Gil Scot-Heron, Mos Def and Laura Mvula. Call in at 215.609.4301!
Bridging The Gap - 5/20 Print E-mail
Tune in to Bridging The Gap, Wednesday at 4pm. A folk music-based radio program where we bridge the gap between generations and genres. It's such a delight for your ears!
Listen Up! Wednesday 05/20: May Your Song Always Be Sung Print E-mail


This Wednesday (May 20th) on Listen Up!, we will play nothing but tunes written by a literate oddball outsider who somehow managed to cross over into the mainstream of the American psyche and become a permanent cultural identity. Hear the songs of Bob Dylan (whose birthday is Sunday May 24th) as sung and interpreted by others over the last 50 years.

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
May 20 @ 6pm: Shell-Shock Surrender! Print E-mail

Good evening. Welcome to Skywave. We hope to cool things down a bit with 2 new radio plays. First up is a tale from the Quiet Please spook series. Recorded in 1947, "A Ribbon of Green" considers what happens to a soldier's mind when in battle. If he could put himself in a different place, where would he go? If you aren't shell-shocked after that slide into bullet-bursting suspense, then hang on for an episode from the Ma Perkins series. First broadcast in 1945, this story has Ma in a pickle tryin' to sort out  a marriage about to fall off the cliff and drop onto the rocks; but hopefully she'll save the day with her sage experience with family counsellin'. And here to breathe hot air in your waiting eras are first time guest Richard Metz, vet regular sweet-talkin' El Perry, James "Why wasn't Brezhnev on the ballot tuesday?" Harris and me your host, Andy Pettit. So find a cold one with lots of ice 'cause you're in for an hour long melt down.


It's All Soul 5/18/15-Election Eve Rerun Print E-mail


Hey Folks,

Here in Philly, we got a pretty big election tomorrow and Team It's All Soul is getting ready so we're going to run a classic, political episode tonight.  If your town has an election, make sure to vote and, if not, well, luxuriate on the oily splendor of Apollo Creed and ruminate on the wonders of democracy!  Either way, enjoy a classic episode tonight, 8-10pm on gtownradio.com!

-Vincent & Daryl 

FEWSH [May 18, 2015] Print E-mail

(Photo by Alf van Beem)

Let's not contaminate the vibes, now.


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reckless curiosity: sunday may 17, 2015 (10pm-12am) Print E-mail


These late Sunday evening sounds will go nicely with the new moon, sitting in a dimly lit, possibly outdoor space with a cool beverage in your hands- just sayin'. If you choose to partake you might just hear Mutual Benefit (pictured), The Gerbils, The Cure, and some awesome Philly bands like King Azaz and Davey and the Chains . Drink it in from 10pm until midnight. 


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