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SKYWAVE 7/25 @ 6pm: FIREWORKS in SCHOOL?! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave for radio play fun! We start with an episode from the Quiet Please series. 1st broadcast 1948, "Motive " concerns an anxious husband desperate to reunite with his wife. while he awaits her return, he reminisces over the circumstances that led to their separation. Will gloom of the past or fond anticipation of a reunion prevail in this unstable man's mind? Stay tuned! We continue with some comic relief with an episode from Our Miss Brooks. Originally aired 1950, "Board of Education Day" employs the plot of the the merry mix up. In this case, it's a speech that's mistakenly glued from several parts. Will it make any sense? What will the consequences be for our hero? Our voice mixologists this eve are regulars Shelli Pentimall and Mike Raimondo along with host Andy Pettit.

 
Sunday Vibe Today (7/22/18) Print E-mail

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Take the plunge with some cool vibes for a Sunday afternoon in summer. The Sunday Vibe on Germantown Community Radio, 92.9 FM.

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (7/22) 5-6pm, with psychologist/attachment expert, Dr. Eric Spiegel Print E-mail

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Tune in TODAY AT 5PM to "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda" to meet Stephanie's next guest, local psychologist Dr. Eric Spiegel, who is co-author of the book "Attachment in Group Psychotherapy."  Dr. Spiegel will talk about the science of attachment theory and how to harness it to create secure, healthy attachment relationships (including with yourself!).  And, of course, he'll tell us how and why he became an expert in attachment and group dynamics.  This is going to be a fascinating and relevant interview!  Don't miss it! 

Did you miss the show?  Listen to it here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-July 22, 2018-with psychologist Dr. Eric Spiegel on attachment & hypnosis 

 
FEWSH [July 22, 2018] Print E-mail

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Note: unavoidable technical misfortunes brought about the destruction of the recording of this episode.

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On Planet Philadelphia 4-5 PM Today, 7/20/18 Print E-mail

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Tim Bennett will talk about food waste, one of the more significant contributors to environmental degradation and greenhouse gas emissions.  Tim founded Bennett Compost in 2009 with $100 and a frustration over the lack of composting options in his South Philly neighborhood. Today, Bennett Compost is one of the largest, private residential composting companies in the Northeast collecting food scraps from over 2200 households weekly.  

 

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Sharon Pillar, Consultant for Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) a national nonpartisan organization that advocates for smart policies that are good for boththe environment and the economy, will talk with us about the recently released Clean Jobs PA report. She will discuss the prospects for clean energy jobs in PA and how our state ranks in relationship to other states in this area.

 

Planet Philadelphia is an environmental radio show produced and hosted by Kay Wood along with assistance from reporter Linda Rosenwein, 4:00-5:00 p.m. the first and third Friday every month. Shows aired live will be available as podcasts shortly after they broadcast.   

 

 
Stop the Killing Anti-Violence Program! TONIGHT, LIVE! 8PM, 7/19/18 Print E-mail

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Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with Lamond Muhammad, to discuss his participation in the upcoming "Stop the Killing: The Assault Against Our Youth" program. Happening on Wed. July 25th at the Church of the Advocate, this event will be an All Men/Young Men meeting designed to do a deep dive into the violence that plagues our neighborhoods. The event plans to provide a safe space for men to open up, share the challenges they face and look at on-going supports which can be provided for them. We also will receive an update from artist and activist Blak Rapp Madusa, who was assaulted by police in Pittsburgh several months ago and will have an update on her case, including her planning of an upcoming one-woman show and a town hall forum dedicated to political prisoner, Russell Maroon Shoatz. Feel free to call in at 215.609.4301!

 
GGOTH! Live Birthday Party! 92.9 FM WGGT-LP, Philadelphia Print E-mail

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Listen Up! Wednesday 07/18: Next Week, We're Turning Professional Print E-mail

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Freeform Rock and Roll radio filled with eccentric eclectic exploration through mindless music miscellany.

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

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.

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SKYWAVE 7/18 @ 6pm: JAIL CELL HELL! Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. We have 2 torching radio scripts tales. We'll start with an episode form the Lights Out Series. Originally aired 1946, "The Haunted Cell" considers the fate of  convicted killer Maxie. In a neighboring cell is  Skeeter, who Maxie can hear but not see. Why? Stay tuned. We follow with an entry form america's beloved beefy buffoon Popeye. 1st broadcast in the 30's, "Visiting the Zoo" finds our hero in an encounter with an elephant. Will a can of spinach consumption save the day or some other mysterious product? And here to keep you amused are regular guest Stephen Medvidick and past but special guests Max Pettit and Ellen Perry along with your host, Andy Pettit. Let's listen! 

 
FEWSH ROAD TRIP PART 2 [July 15, 2018] Print E-mail

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Our asphalt voyage continues. 24 more states to celebrate. Fuel up, itinerants, for PART 2 of the FEWSH ROAD TRIP.

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