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Listen Up! Wednesday 05/09: Music Is Music Print E-mail
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A little trip-switch into another world.  Radio for people who listen to music, not just hear it.

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

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SKYWAVE May 9 @ 6pm: WHO'S WATCHING THE KIDS?! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. Tonite we have 2 terrifying treats. The first is a cautionary story that predicts the devastating influence of devices and gadgets. Originally aired 1955, "The Veldt" tells what happens when a family buys an automatic HAPPYLIFE Home that's guaranteed...to do what? We follow that with an episode from the Suspense series. First broadcast 1955, "Backseat Driver" concerns the intrusion of  a passenger hidden in an unsuspecting couple's car. What terror can an armed man inflict on an innocent couple...but how innocent are they? Well, here to clarify any confusion are our team of clarion-throated actors Kathy Harmer, Nyi Lunsford, Gary Mitchell, and your host, Andy Pettit. 

 
Sunday Vibe on the Run (5/6) Print E-mail

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We'll pick up the pace this week on the Sunday Vibe in honor of the thousands who ran down Broad St today. Full playlist is below.

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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (5/6) at 5pm, with "Power of Food" host, Roslyn Thomas Print E-mail
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Today on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," host Stephanie Heck interviews Roslyn Thomas, host of G-town Radio's new show, "The Power of Food."  Roslyn will tell us her story, including how she began to notice the power of food to bring people together.  She'll also introduce us to her show, which explores the cultural, geographical, communal, experiential, and emotional aspects of food. It's going to be a great show.  Grab a snack and some friends, and listen in! 
 
 
FEWSH [May 6, 2018] Print E-mail

(Photo by Oleg Magni)

Arrive with FEWSH.

(Photo by Oleg Magni)

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What to do about Plastic? Planet Philadelphia 4-5 pm today Print E-mail
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What to do about plastic - Kay Wood @2018

Plastic has innumerable uses in our modern world, yet at the same time we’re drowning in plastic waste that’s dangerous to our health and the health of our planet. What should we do about it? Tune in 4-5 pm today, 5/4/18, to Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show to find out about what we can do, as the guests discuss new, environmentally sensitive approaches to waste:
  • Alisa Shargorodsky, founder and chief source reductionist at Echo Systems, a consulting business, will talk about ways to help businesses and organizations move towards zero waste while saving money in their operations. She specializes in group empowerment, leadership and shifting the culture of the work force.

  • Dr. Eric Beckman, professor of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Pittsburg, has been working on new materials to tackle the causes of ocean plastic pollution. At the Davos World Economic annual meeting, he was recently awarded a large grant by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and NineSigma as one of the five University of Pittsburg Departmental winners of the Circular Materials Challenge. He will talk about using nanotechnology to make unrecyclable packing recyclable.

For more information go to www.planetphiladelphia.com

 

 

 
Mama's Day Bailouts! Close The Creek Campaign! 8PM, 5/3/18 Print E-mail

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Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow, this evening at 8:00PM, as we speak with Reuben Jones regarding the upcoming Philadelphia Community Bail Fund (PCBF) "Mama's Day Bailouts"! PCBF is currently raising money to help release Black mothers from jail in time for Mother's Day - listen in to hear more details! Reuben also will talk about the #CloseTheCreek campaign, which is organizing to close the House of Corrections, the oldest jail in the City of Philadelphia!

 
going to the movies Thursday 4-6pm (5/3/2018) Print E-mail

In this episode of Beats Per Minute, Brendan explores some of his favorite musical moments in film and TV. Whether it's theme songs, instrumental musical scoring, or a classic rock song perfectly placed in a movie, Brendan will cram in as much music as his show will hold. Sit back, perhaps with some popcorn (eaten as outrageously as the people below), and enjoy this episode's theme of music for film and TV.

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Listen Up! Wednesday 05/02: Guitar Jamboree Print E-mail
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A few weeks ago,  Reade McCardell presented a guitar-centric FEWSH,  This week Listen Up! decides to do the same.

Hear it live on your radio dial at 92.9 or stream it from 2-4pm EST
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SKYWAVE May 2 @ 6pm: Under Dog?! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. We have 2 plays. the first is from the Suspense series. Originally aired 1949, "Ghost Hunt" has a hapless property owner stressing how he's going to unload his haunted house; so with the aid of a publicity stunt-minded agent, they employ a hep DJ and renowned psychic investigator to check out the authenticity of spooks by having a sleepover at the place. "Who you gonna call? ..Ghostbusters?" Don't crack up yet because we have a fantasy tale from the Columbia Workshop series. 1st broadcast 1941, "Odyssey of Runyon Jones" follows a little girl's journey to curgatory, where her naughty pooch is suspended   for fatally feral feats. Consider this canine account a cross between Kafka's The Trial and Carol's "Alice in Wonderland". Who let the dogs out? Well, in the Gtown menagerie this eve, we have 1st time guest Carol Moog, Sherry Brown, Paul Del Signore, and your host, Andy Pettit. Let's listen...

 
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