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SKYWAVE 2/2 @ 5pm: "SYNDROME JOHNNY!" Print E-mail


Good eve. Welcome to Skywave for more live radio play her at Gtown. We begin with a thriller from the sci fi series Tales of Tomorrow. 1st broadcast 1953, "Syndrome Johnny" concerns the search for the man who has been spreading 3 fatal plagues. Does such a person exist; and considering that in each instance the plague has strengthened the human race, is such a search a good idea? While you mull over whether to get a vaccination appointment, how about some comic relief from the Fibber McGee and Molly show? Originally aired 1950, "The Flying Saucer" has Fibber boasting that he has witnessed a spaceship....from outer space...that has landed in his backyard! Well, you'll just have to keep your antennae up the whole hour if you want to hear the full detail of the exciting extraterrestrial experience as told by human voices Carol Moog, Martha Michael, Maury Harris, Bill Simpson, Tom Casetta and your earthling host, Andy Pettit. BEEP! 

The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm):Jazz’n Europe Print E-mail


The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm)
Jazz’n Europe
Hosted by David Brown

This week, American Jazz men find respect in Europe away from racism at home, others are on tour with European pick-up bands, and then a whole lotta sounds from Sweden, Germany, Spain, England and more. We’re jazz’n it up Euro-style this week on the Jazz Continuum. Es- tu pret?

FEWSH [Jan. 31, 2021] Print E-mail

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Earmares for most of the family!

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FEWSH [Jan. 24, 2021] Print E-mail

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Face the wonder.

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The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm):Jazz Blues Print E-mail
The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm): Jazz Blues Hosted by David Brown

This week on the Jazz Continuum. Jazz tunes written in the traditional 12-bar blues, some that include melodic and/or harmonic blues elements, and heck some that simply have blues in the title. This is the jazz blues show on the Jazz Continuum. 
New Year!! It's An "Old-Fashioned" Mid-Week "GROWN FOLK" House Party!! Wednesday Night @ 10 PM Print E-mail


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Listen Up! Wednesday 01/20: Sylvain Sylvain Print E-mail
Listen Up! remembers Sylvain Sylvain. Music from the New York Dolls, influences. covers and related material.

Tune in Wednesday, Jan 20th from 2-4pm on G-town Radio/WGGT-LP 92.9
SKYWAVE 1/20 @ 5pm: WILD JACK! Print E-mail


Welcome to Skywave for more radio play fun. We begin with a story from the adventure series Escape. 1st broadcast 1950, "Wild Jack Rhett" is hired to tame a town that's more feral than a den of hell cats. Wild Jack accepts the smack down as any pistol-packin' risk junky would, but at what price? We continue with an episode form the crime drama series Gangbusters. Originally aired 1954, Cass of the Mass. Planer" concerns heist by a daring criminal genius Theodore Green  and his accomplice, a highly skilled pro named Larry Brown. After weeks of preparation, can the team pull off their biggest job ever? To answer these intriguing questions, stay tuned stay tuned here at Gtownradio with reg voices Stephen Medvidick, Aaron Roberge, Tom Casetta, and your host, Andy Pettit. 

FEWSH [Jan. 17, 2021] Print E-mail

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Continuance, not continuance.

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How to fix our troubled transit, Planet Philadelphia 4-5 today Print E-mail


Planet Philadelphia
4-5:00 PM today, 1/15/21

Transportation is one of the biggest climate change gases contributors as well as emitting pollution affecting all our health. Public transportation, which is better for our environment, has significant financial problems, which are being exacerbated by COVID-19. How can we address these environmental, health, and fairness transportation problems? We talk about this with Professor Megan Smirti Ryerson, the UPS Chair of Transportation at the University of Pennsylvania, and with Professor Eric Goldwyn, researcher at New York University on Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show today.


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