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G-town Radio will operate with the call letters WGGT-LP (the LP stands for low power). Our broadcast will be heard on 92.9 FM. Since NW Philadelphia sits on higher ground than the rest of the city we will only operate at about 40 watts BUT we have some great sight lines in all directions which means our signal should still have a decent reach. Although we won't know for sure until we flip the switch we should be heard over a 3-5 mile radius. This coverage map below (courtesy of Rec Networks) will give you an idea.

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Back in Black: New G-town Radio Shirts Print E-mail

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The black G-town Radio t-shirt is back. Our updated logo is front and center on this 100% cotton tee. Get yours today. We have sizes XL, L and M. Shirts are $20 each. 100% of proceeds goes towards putting G-town Radio on the FM dial as WGGT-LP, 92.9 FM. We also have a limited run of G-town Radio black canvas tote bags for $10 each. Send all requests to This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it Click through for more images.

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"6th Annual Community and Family Day" at the North Philly Peace Park! LIVE, 8PM, 6/8/2017 Print E-mail

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Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with Tommy Joshua and Pili X of the North Philly Peace Park, who will be discussing their upcoming Community and Family Day, happening Saturday, June 24. The North Philly Peace Park has been a project of these activists for several years, using blighted land to create space for urban gardening, environmental science classes and active engagement of the local community, seniors and youth alike. In addition to the upcoming event, they will also discuss plans for an education entity and schoolhouse on the land, which you won't want to miss! Feel free to call in at 215.609.4301!

 
June 7 @ 6pm: Cemetery Sentiment Print E-mail

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Welcome to Skywave. Tonite we have 2 scripts. the 1st is from the chilling Quiet Please series. Originally aired 1948, "The Evening and the Morning" retells the circumstances whereby a lovelorn lad loses a lass he never had. Our 2nd selection is from the mirthful Ma Perkins series. It seems Ma's son-in-law has devised a potion that nearly blew him and Ma's lumber business to kingdom come. But how? You'll just have to listen and maybe get the answer. And here to ignite your interest are bombshell Sherry Brown, Chace nuclear Nolen, Jim  match head Harris of ave G and myself, your host, firecracker fizzle Andy Pettit.

 
Listen Up! Wednesday 06/07: The Mystic Pudding Print E-mail

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A multi-hued vision of sound. 

Streaming live from 2-4pm EST

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Upcoming on Morning Feed! Print E-mail




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Wednesday Morning Feed!
There's Only Two Kinds Of Jokes Wednesday!
We Show Kathy Griffin Her Mistake.
And How She Should Have Done It.
And: The Cornell West Hogwarts Minstrel Show;
M-Feed Is YOUR Equal Opportunity Platform For Public and Private Outrage.
9-10:30 AM Eastern mon-fri www.gtownradio.com
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FEWSH [June 5, 2017] Print E-mail

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FEWSH is with you.

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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Saturday (6/3) 4-5pm, with guest, rock music professor Michael Kelly Print E-mail

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Tune in Saturday, 6/3, to meet Stephanie's next guest, local rock musician/music professor, Michael Kelly. Michael will tell us about his life as a bass-playing rock-musician-turned-professor, including his experiences playing with the NYC-based band, The Gripweeds.  We'll also hear the story of how his musical career has evolved over time.  It's going to be a great interview with an inspiring musician!  Check it out!  

Did you miss the show?  Listen to it here:  The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-June 3, 2017-with rock music performer and professor, Michael Kelly 

 
Today! New Planet Philadelphia Friday June 2nd streams online! GTown Radio 4-5:00pm 6/2/17 Print E-mail

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Hear from an award-winning sea level researcher on efforts to limit climate change and what current government funding cuts might mean for the future for such research.


  • Professor Benjamin Horton is currently at Rutgers University but is relocating to Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He will talk about doing research on rising sea levels in the wake of climate change. He has been trying to understand and integrate the external and internal mechanisms that have determined sea-level changes in the past, and which will shape such changes in the future. Dr. Horton has won a number of awards for his research. He has deep concerns about the affects of government research funding cuts on the US maintaining it’s current lead in climate research.
 
  • Todd Rogers, of Energy Training Solutions and who is an environmental educator and energy auditor for buildings, will discuss a human-centered approach using group motivational strategies to lower the use of energy.  This approach contrasts with approaches that give information only, deliver external rewards such as bonuses, or focus on lowering costs.  In mid-May, Todd was working in Philadelphia schools using this approach.
 
  • Also, individuals involved in the Power Local Green Jobs march including Bill McKibben, Eileen Flanagan, George Lakey, and people at the POWER Philadelphia organization who cosponsored the march and the campaign will be commenting on the recent march.

 
Tune in to Planet Philadelphia at our wonderful local radio station G-Town Radio 4:00pm www.gtownradio.com to hear these illuminating interviews and more.


Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line is: (484) 278-1846. Record a comment or event announcement anytime to be broadcast on the next Planet Philadelphia radio show. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. The next great Planet Philadelphia will be Friday June 2nd on http://www.gtownradio.com/ for more informative interviews about to live and thrive our beautiful world.

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