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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (2/2) 5-6pm, with Actor and Mask Instructor, Benjamin Bass Print E-mail

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TODAY at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," meet host Stephanie Heck's next fascinating guest, actor/rapper/poet/teacher, Benjamin Bass!  Ben is going to talk to us about his awesome variety of artistic work...including his current work with BRAHE MASK METHOD, which inspires deepened self-awareness through the use of sacred Balinese Masks.  Tune in and hear how Ben can help you to "chop your own head off" with mask work!  

 
Listen Up! Wednesday 01/29: Raucous Charms Print E-mail
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Listen Up! is digging into the fuzz with lots of delights to satisfy you garage rock goobers. It happens this Wednesday.

Listen Up!: Where the cool, the classic, the corny and even the cringe-worthy collide.


Hear it live on your radio dial at 92.9 or stream it from 2-4pm EST 

Follow the Listen Up! Blogand/or “like” the show on Facebook . Both serve as an addendum and a means to interact with the program
 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (1/26) 5-6pm: Who Was Howard Zinn? Print E-mail

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Today at 5pm on THE (NOT SO) HIDDEN AGENDA, tune in to meet host Stephanie Heck's next guests, actor Bob Weick and director John Doyle. Bob and John wil introduce us to the ideas, work, and philosophies of the late Howard Zinn, who was an historian, playwright, and socialist thinker who died 10 years ago.  Bob will also tell us about his upcoming performance of Zinn's "Marx in Soho," which he will be performing on Sunday Feb. 16 at 5:30pm at the Trolley Car Cafe in East Falls.

 
FEWSH [Jan. 26, 2020] Print E-mail

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There's no "A" in multiplex.

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MOVE member Delbert Africa! FREE after almost 42 Years! On Stepping Into Tomorrow! 8PM, 1/23/20 Print E-mail

 

Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow, this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with MOVE member, Delbert Africa, who was just released from prison this past Saturday after almost 42 years of imprisonment! Arrested and incarcerated along with 8 other MOVE members after the infamous and controversial MOVE 9 case of August 8, 1978, Delbert is a free man after decades of work by organizers, activists and a legal team determined to share the truth and build a movement that they were innocent. Listen in to hear from Delbert himself, as he discusses how he navigated his experience, what MOVE means to him and his first reactions to life back in the City of Philadelphia!

 
Listen Up! Wednesday 01/22: A World of Vibrations, A World Of Illusions Print E-mail
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A show filled with old and new music presented within  the "underground/freeform radio" style . Genres can include (but not limited to): garage, folk & folk rock, power pop, prog rock, and also a wide selection of interesting and rare singer-songwriter, harmony pop, soft rock, lounge-rock, punk and glam rock, space jazz, avant-garde, vanity-pressings and "outsider" albums.

Listen Up!: Where the cool, the classic, the corny and even the cringe-worthy collide.

 Hear it live on your radio dial at 92.9 or stream it from 2-4pm EST 

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 1/22 @ 6pm: "KNOCK, DON"T KNOCK?!" Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave for more live radio play action. We begin with an episode from the sci fi series X Minus One. Originally aired 1955, "Knock" considers how the last man and woman on earth can survive after an alien invasion. How long can they keep it from their intruders. We continue with an entry from Little Orphan Annie. 1st broadcast 1936, "Mr. Flint Is Selling Stock" concerns a proposition a wealthy businessman makes to Mr. Silo. Is Annie correct in suspecting Mr. F' motives? Well, you can expect nothing but thrills from reg voice actors Nyi Lunsford, Gary Mitchell and your host, Andy Pettit.

 
Sunday Dinner Mix Tape 1.19.20 - Ryan Steps In Print E-mail
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Host Ryan Shatt (from The Local Music Show) will be filling in for Joanna on the Sunday Dinner Mixtape from 6 PM to 8 PM. Here is a sample of what you may hear. There might be some air guitar involved.
 
FEWSH [Jan. 19, 2020] Print E-mail

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Fewsh's vomeronasal organ is ready.

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Listen 4-5:00 PM today - Dr. Carolyn Kousky, Wharton, & Billy Fleming, Ian L. McHarg Center, climate Print E-mail

Today's Discussion: What is the best policy for the US facing grave risks from climate change?

 

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Billy Fleming (PhD’17) is the Wilks Family Director for The Ian L. McHarg Center at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design. Most recently, he co-authored The Indivisible Guide—a progressive, grassroots organization with more than 6,000 groups—and co-created Data Refuge, an international consortium of scientists, librarians, and programmers working to preserve vital the environmental data at risk of erasure during the Trump Administration.

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Dr. Carolyn Kousky is Executive Director at the Wharton Risk Management and Decision Processes Center at the University of Pennsylvania, where she also directs the Policy Incubator.  Dr. Kousky’s research has examined multiple aspects of disaster insurance markets, the National Flood Insurance Program, federal disaster aid and response, and policy responses to potential changes in extreme events with climate change.

 

Don’t miss the Planet Philadelphia! 
This locally produced radio show about
our shared environment airs on the radio waves
4-5 PM the first and third Friday each month.

 

 
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