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PraisEluJAH Radio-SHOW welcomes Mary Mary (Panel Interview ) Audrey Cher our Spotlight Artist Print E-mail

Brother D. N Sister A. power packed show features an exclusive Panel InterView with Erica and Tina, better known as Mary Mary!  Talking about the New Season of the their T.V. on WE T.V., As well as their lives outside the show.  We also have the Anointed Soulful voice of Audrey Cher...the PraisEluJAH Radio-SHOW Spotlight Artist for March 2015.  Purchase her NEW CD HERE: 

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The #Philly10 and Town Hall on State Violence Against Women! 8PM, 3/26 Print E-mail

Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant features Asa Khalif, Founder and President of Racial Unity USA and cousin of Brandon Tate-Brown, the young man shot and killed by police in Dec. 2014. He will discuss today's Press Conference for the #Philly10, highlighting the 10 protesters arrested last week during a policing forum. Also, Candace McKinley, an organizer on the legal committee with the Philly Coalition for Racial Economic and Legal (REAL) Justice checks in to discuss March 31's Town Hall on State Violence Against Women. This forum will highlight the many women terrorized, brutalized and harassed by police, a story not often spotlighted in these conversations, in addition to mothers of children killed by police being featured and a dedication to women of color activists throughout the city. It will be held at Friends Center, 15th/Cherry, 6:30PM.

 
3/24 @ 6pm, Final Tuesday Show: The Original 25th CENTURY SPACE ODDITY! Print E-mail

Good evening. Welcome to Skywave. I'm your host Andy Pettit tuning in with this special broadcast, which marks our final tuesday show before we move next week to air on wednesdays; still at 6pm. The first radio play you'll hear is from "Assignment: The Face". First aired in 1944, this wrenching drama is a serious look at WW II victims of facial mutilation sustained in combat. But please don't turn away. There are many moments of sincere bravery of spirit and comic relief made convincing by our veteran actors. To salute next week's launch from tuesdays to wednesday nite broadcasts, We blast off into the 25th century with the opening episode of Buck Rogers from 1939. Your ears will pop as you hear the explosive story and deafening sound effects that animate the original space oddity. And here to navigate your ride through the battlefields and the stratosphere of your mind are two top lieutenants of vocal versatility. Welcome back Sherry Brown, Ryan Merriam, and sfx Engineer Jim "where have all the Vulcans gone?" Ave. G Harris and your host Andy Pettit. So...fasten your utility belt and listen... 

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This Week on the Broken Truth Show: The Broken Truth about the Move Bombings of Philadelphia! Print E-mail

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The MOVE is a Philly based black liberation group that pushed for revolution and supported a return to a natural way of living. In 1985 the Philadelphia Police Department dropped two bombs on the home  of the leaders of the MOVE and stood by to watch over 60 homes in a Philadelphia neighborhood burn down. The Broken Truth has a civic duty to dig into this. Poetry, good vibes, and love will always be a part of the circle so join in! This Tuesday, 3/24 at 9:30pm sharp! Heads up! The Broken Truth Show will be making its Friday night debut on April 10th from 10-11pm Don't miss it!

 
Bridging The Gap - 3/23 Print E-mail
Tune in to Bridging The Gap Monday at 4pm. This week we'll be re-broadcasting the interview from December 29 with Jason Parish. Jason was a local musician and singer/songwriter who died tragically last week in a camping accident. When he was on the show in December we talked about his upcoming cd release show and he played some songs live. 
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F E W S H Replay {Monday March 23 ||| 6-8 PM Eastern} Print E-mail
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Enjoy a replay, dearest imaginable listeners, and I'll see you next week.
 
 
reckless curiosity: sun, march 22 (10pm-12am) Print E-mail

 

Tonight from 10pm to midnight- travel with Reckless Curiosity through the timeless dimension of music. It will have you feeling like you drank some of that hippie tea. Playlist updated live. 

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Listen Up! Monday 03/23: Slices Of Magic Going Round and Around Print E-mail

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This Monday (March 16th), Listen Up! once again brings you a mid-afternoon escape. What pathways in the music maze we will end up in?

One with lots of riffs, crunchy chords, proto-punk, psych tinged nuggets, power pop and other  hook-filled rock 'n' roll releases.

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.

 
Places&Spaces: To Pimp A Butterfly (3/22) ...live @6pm Print E-mail

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On Monday Kendrick Lamar released an album, To Pimp A Butterfly, that provoked self-reflection, anger, and sense of (black) pride. Tonight's show will be dedicated to this album. This album is the equivalent of a race & culture studies course you would take in college. For this album, Kendrick collaborated with some of music master minds such as Thundercat, Robert Glasper, Bilal, and a Dream Team of music heavy weights. Tonight, we'll explore the many themes Kendrick tackles in this album. You definitely don't want to miss tonight's show. Tune in @6pm on GtownRadio.com

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Neu-Matic Takes A Trip (3/22/15) Print E-mail

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Get on the bus. Neu-Matic (3-5 PM) takes a special trip today for a show we're calling International Studies. This show travels all over the world playing lots of music not sung in English. These songs are so good you may never speak English again. The full playlist can be found below.

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