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2/3 @ 6pm- L.A. to N.Y: A Coast to Coast Radio Play Rocket Ride Print E-mail

Welcome to Skywave. Having been victimized by another vile prophecy of promise to receive piles of pillowy blankets of ice pin purity, Skywave has arrived to deliver a guarantee of gargantuan entertainment in the form of 2 more radio play dramatizations. The first is an episode from the Philip Marlowe detective series. Titled "Red Wind" and originally aired in 1947, this tale is, sure, full of hot air, but also packed with gritty grime in the finger nails characters you love to hate, love to love, and hate to leave when the case is solved and suddenly you're strapped in and launched from L.A. for Arch Obler's "Rocket From Manhattan". First broadcast in 1945, you're in for a bumpy blast of meteoric mind mangling. So you may ask how do I dare challenge your shaky faith in this show's grandiose pronouncements of auditory expertise. Because there is no other program in Philly that performs radio plays weekly and therefore has no competing comparison? Maybe? No! It's because Gtown has a bottomless pit of voice talent screaming to be heard like the host of Fewsh, who has returned to revive his throaty tones for all its musky monkishness- Reade McCardell..and fresh from last week's impersonation as the Bronx bombshell, the always sultry and eternally salty Ellen Perry along with Jim "the weather rodent" Harris on sfx and voices and your host, Andy Pettit. So...let's listen.  


Good Samaritan, Are we our Brothas' Keepers? Print E-mail





This week on ...


For the People... law in plain language

with Debra D. Rainey, Esq.


Good Samaritans

Are we our Brothas' Keepers?


What are Good Samaritan Laws and why do we need them?


What legal responsibilities if any do folks have when they witness wrongdoing?


If a person fails to intervene or get involved, should they be punished?


How does a person know when they should intervene and what they should do?


Have you ever ignored a situation and later regretted not stepping in?




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Host: Debra D. Rainey, The Compassionate Lawyer

Cohosts: Blaq aka the “Broke Poet” and Asia Proctor aka “P-roc”

Executive Producer/Production Consultant: Renee Norris-Jones aka 'Simply the Producer’

Associate Producer:  Robbin K. Stanton, aka “Aunt Robbin”

Musical Director/Board Genius: BreeAyre Anderson aka “Kewl Breeze”


This episode was produced by The Robbin K. Stanton


Airdate: February 3, 2015


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It's All Soul: 2/2/15-Roberta Flack Print E-mail

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We could tell you that tonight's episode will feature the music of Roberta Flack because of her legendary body of work that encompasses the whole spectrum of human emotion from love to regret to defiance to humor.  We could also make the argument that any program that focuses on the soul music of the seventies would be remiss if it didn't discuss a woman who ran with the likes of Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder and Eugene McDaniels.  And, certainly, her approach to religious music and her framing of the Black Church as a setting for exploration of African-American culture is worthy of vigorous critique.  But, honestly, Vince has just been waiting for a chance to play some music off of the Bustin' Loose soundtrack he finally found a copy of last summer...so, tonight, on a brand new episode of It's All Soul, Roberta Flack!  Hope you can join us!  Mondays, 8-10 pm on gtownradio.com

-Vincent & Daryl 

Bridging The Gap 2/2 Print E-mail
Tune in to Bridging The Gap Monday at 4pm. This week I'll be reflecting on the retirement of the Dean of Folk DJ's, my friend and mentor, Gene Shay. We'll also veer off genre sightly to commemorate the anniversary of "The Day The Music Died". All this plus the very best in Folk Music programming.
FEWSH [Feb. 2, 2015] Print E-mail

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This FEWSH: Music, musings and musk.

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Listen Up! Monday 02/02: The Sake Of The Song Print E-mail


This Monday (February 2nd), Listen Up! brings you a soundtrack of haunting gems and gentle nuanced rhythms sung by surrealistic troubadours, as we once again dig deep into the music labyrinth for another afternoon escape filled with songs. Leave the busy hum in this world of tomorrow behind.

Streaming live from 2-4pm EST.

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Places&Spaces: We'll Be Back Next Week Print E-mail


The Places&Spaces Crew is taking the night off to cheer the Seahawks on to victory. We'll be back next week. Don't forget to "Like" Places&Spaces on Facebook.

Neu-Matic is Super (2/1/15) Print E-mail


Tune in. Enjoy the ride. Neu-Matic from 3-5 PM. Full playlist below.

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


On today's show, we talk about renewable energy. What is renewable energy? What are the different types of renewable energy? Can renewable energy really compete with fossil fuels?

Saturday 3pm - 4pm


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


Today on Science 2.0: Science for the Rest of Us, we will be discussing Black Holes. What are they, how do they form, do they even exist?

Plus, current events and some hip-hop for you headnodders. 

Saturdays 3pm - 4pm


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