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SKYWAVE 10/28 @5pm : doZen IV Print E-mail
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Can Caitlin Cieri write and produce 1 brand new audio drama every month for a year? She can with the help of Germantown Radio, a bevy of savvy actors, and a whole bunch of public domain sound effects. Whether it's historical or hysterical, tragedy or travesty, doZen delivers.

For the first 24 days of December, Caitlin has completed an Audio Drama Advent Calendar where she must include one random sound effect each day in her script. And now, you get to hear a live reading of her Audio Advent Calender Play...about an American Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw that gets lost in England?

Starring Marisol Custodio, Edward Osredkar, Jennifer Shorstein, Emily Hill, Issa Kabeer, Moumita Ghosh, and more! Sound effects provided by the BBC and Freesound.org
 
Listen Up! Wednesday 12/30: 2020 Faves Print E-mail
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Listen Up! is only going as far back as 2020 and playing some fave sounds from this past year (not a “best of” countdown…just a collection of fave "new" sounds from 2020). Two hours of fresh music (but with enough of the mold) from the past year.

Tune into Listen Up! on @gtownradio 92.9fm WGGT-LP this Wednesday from 2-4pm est.

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The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm):Vocal Tangent Print E-mail
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The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm): Vocal Tangent
Hosted by David Brown
WGGT-LP Philadelphia

In the decades that I’ve been infatuated with Jazz, I never gave time to vocalists. Then I heard Cécile McLorin Salvant sing. I finally got it. The phrasing, melodic improvisation, and rhythmic subtlety of jazz vocalists bring a new dimension to the music. I’ve been on a vocal tangent, exploring this unfamiliar dimension with a new found excitement. For today’s show, we’ll sample vocalist in the jazz tradition as well as some that push those boundaries.
 
GGOTH 12th Annual "Old-Fashioned" Mid-Week "GROWN FOLK" XMAS Party!! 92.9 FM WGGT-LP @ 10 PM Print E-mail

"A Little Bit of THIS,

A Little Bit of THAT

'Cause We Know

U Like It Like THAT!!!"

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w/ K. Gerard Bates & Eeazzy E, Producer

Eeazzy E's New Artist Spotlight Tonight: 

Chris Jenkins - Daynez -  Kier

 Get Your Recorders Ready for XMAS Songs @ 11 PM!!! 

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Listen Up! Wednesday 12/23: Krispy Kringles and Cool Yules Print E-mail
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This Wednesday, your afternoon excuse for a holiday hoopla filled with weird and wonderful seasonal tunes is right here. While spirited and at times invigorating, these are not traditional holiday singalong. Grab the nog, sport the reindeer antlers, trim the tree and join the party.


Tune into Listen Up! on @gtownradio 92.9fm WGGT-LP this Wednesday from 2-4pm est.

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SKYWAVE 12/16 wed. @ 5pm: HOLIDAY PLAY TIME Print E-mail

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Welcome to skywave for more live radio play performance. We begin with a story from the Let's Pretend series. "The Little Mermaid" concerns mermaid Naida, who falls in love with a mortal knowing their union can only result in eternal disappointment. But having reached maturity, what's a girl to do?  Thus very question applies to our next story from the comedy series Our Miss Brooks. 1st broadcast 1949, "Connie's Letter to Sandy Claws" has Mz. B. in her usually pickle or peppermint of a predicament when she somehow wins a contest for the best letter to Santa Clause. How, you ask? Wait till you find out what Mz. B. chooses as her prize. And here tonite for our holiday show are  a panel of award-winning voices- Shelli Pentimall-Booker, Leah Holleran, Aaron Roberge, Tom Casetta and your host, Andy Pettit. Jingle jingle!

 
The Local Music Show - Wednesday At 7PM Print E-mail
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Tune in Wed night at 7 PM for my annual Best Of show. 2020 brought some great music by Philly bands and artists! I'll be counting down my Top 10 songs of the Year. 92.9 FM or at gtownradio.com or through the free GTown Radio app.
 
The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm): 1959 The Year that Changed Jazz Print E-mail
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Inspired by the BBC Documentary “1959 The Year that Changed Jazz” our show this week will look at four highly influential albums released that year: Miles Davis, Kind of Blue; Dave Brubeck, Time Out; Charles Mingus, Mingus Ah Um; and Ornette Coleman, The Shape of Jazz to Come. Revisit 1959 when Jazz was pushed to new heights of innovation, beauty and groove.
 
F E W S H Replays {Sundays Dec. 20 & Dec. 27 ||| 6-8 PM Eastern} Print E-mail
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A pair of replays have been readied for your enjoyment while your host takes a bit of time off. Best imaginable wishes! See you in 2021, hopefully.
 
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New Planet Philadelphia 4-5:00 today Print E-mail

Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show 4-5:00 PM Friday 12/18/20:
It’s the holiday season, so we wanted to have something light-hearted, that would appeal to children/youth as well as the young at heart and, additionally, talk about how radio fits into communicating about the environment.
Guests on this show will be:

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 Julie Be and Anya Rose are a folksy duo who write music for children and other childlike people, songfully advocating for positivity, social justice, and silliness.  Together they call themselves “Ants on a Log”. And Thomas Cassetta and Joanna Wikander  are station manager and program director respectively of GTown Radio station, the community-based radio station which hosts Planet Philadelphia talking about the role of community-based radio in communicating with local neighborhoods and reaching out to the wider world about the environment.

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