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Listen Up! Wednesday 11/15: Snowy Day Activity Print E-mail

A freeform stew of music filled goo for your mid-week, snow mid-afternoon enjoyment.

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


Welcome to Skywave for live radio play pleasure s.d. style! We begin with an episode from the murder mystery series The Black Museum. 1st broadcast 1952, "Tha Mandolin String" considers the plight of a twice widowed bride. Is it a coincidence or does it say something about the young lady's skill as an innocent plucker  of heart strings to the breaking point? We counter this tautly wound drama by drumming in a few beats of humor from the series Our Miss Brooks. Originally aired 1952, "The Xmas Gift Mix-up" has Mz Brooks in a dither trying to retrieve a gift that's been re-gifted some many times it's a wonder the wrapping is still intact at the moment of truth at it's opening. What is it? You'll have to stay tuned with our line up of reg voices Nyi  Lunsford, Su Triggiani, Gary Mitchell, Maury Harris, Tom Casetta and your host, Andy Pettit. Let's listen... 

The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (12/13) 5-6pm, Holiday Cooking w/Quaran-teen Chef, Charlie Brodkin Print E-mail

Tune in to meet host Stephanie Heck's next impressive guest, 16-year-old chef, Charlie Brodkin.  Charlie will tell us about how he has used quarantine life to teach himself the art of cooking...and to offer us some tips for spicing up this stuck-at-home holiday season with a few good recipes!
It's a show for all ages---don't miss it! 
The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm):Celebrate Hanukkah Print E-mail
The Jazz Continuum - Saturdays 6-8pm 

This week let’s celebrate Hanukkah, the festival of lights with some high energy Klezmer, jazzed up traditional songs, and new works written in Jewish musical modes. It’s a sampler platter of Jewish sounds for any occasion. Then, we’ll hear tunes from The Sun Ra Arkestra’s first studio recording in 20 years, and much more. 
FEWSH [Dec. 13, 2020] Swap Meet ~ A Musical Discourse Between Reade McCardell & Ian Zolitor Print E-mail

(Special Artwork by Luke Howard)

A lovely exchange of vowels, consonants, compliments and music. Fewsh host Reade McCardell and Ian Zolitor, host of The Folk Show on WXPN, talk shop and volley sets of music.

(Special Artwork by Luke Howard)

NEW to the AIRWAVES of GERMANTOWN & ALL of NW Philly!! Print E-mail

We Are The New Boys on the Block w/...

The Mid-Week "Grown Folk" Party!


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Listen Up! Wednesday 12/09: Activity Fun Print E-mail
It’s a fun activity! A freeform stew of music filled goo for your mid-week, mid-afternoon enjoyment.

Hear known and obscure nuggets, pebbles, and peaches crossing genres and time. Follow the Listen Up! Blog and/or “like” the show on Facebook.

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SKYWAVE 12/9 @ 5pm: REDEMPTION! Print E-mail


Good eve. Welcome to Skywave for more live radio play action! Tonite we feature a single dramatic tale on the scale of a Russian novel; complete with a cast of a 1000 emotions- pride, pity, hubris, sloth, greed- all the deadly sins soviet style! Please join reg voice actors  Karolina Moog, Masha Michael, Jakovitch Michael, Vilhelm Simpsonski, Tomasinoff Casetta and your host Andrev  Rymsza. Let's listen! 

The Local Music Show - Wednesday At 7PM Print E-mail
Tune in Wed night  from 7-9 PM for replay of an  in-studio performance and interview with Rob Riley!
The Jazz Continuum (Saturdays, 6-8pm): Gershwin & Kirk Print E-mail
Saturday, December 5th on The Jazz Continuum we’ll celebrate the 123rd birthday of Tin Pan Alley song man Ira Gershwin and a remembrance of multi-instrumentalist Rahsaan Roland Kirk, who we lost on this day in 1977.  We’ll travel the jazz continuum in search of Gershwin tunes by Sun Ra, Charles Mingus, Ornette Coleman, Elmo Hope, Bud Powell, and others. Then, we’ll explore the explosive music of Kirk, renowned for his virtuoso improvisation, accompanied by comic banter, political ranting, and the ability to play several instruments simultaneously.
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