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FEWSH [June 26, 2017] Print E-mail

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Birds à la carte flock apart?

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reckless curiosity, june 25th (10pm-midnight) Print E-mail
REPLAY! The (Not So) Hidden Agenda , Sat, 3/18, 4-5pm with guest, local photographer, Robin Miller! Print E-mail
Tune in this Saturday, March 18th, at 4pm to hear local photographer Robin Miller tell us about her life and work, as well as her perspective on how the art of photography has changed in the digital age.  Want a visual?  Check out her photos online at:  www.robinmillerphotography.com.  (Note: be sure to look in the "Philadelphia: section, the photos of our city are spectacular!)
Police Brutality Rally! MOVE Bombing Historic Marker! The Philly Green Man! 8:00PM, 6/22/17 Print E-mail


Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with Diop Olugbala of the Black is Back Coalition and Black Community Control of the Police. Diop will be discussing their rally and march against police brutality, happening this Saturday, June 24 at 2PM in North Philadelphia. Although planned beforehand, with recent news of the killing of Charleena Lyles, the not-guilty verdict in the Philando Castile case, and in Philadelphia, the skull fracturing assault on 14 year old Naji Tribble and killing of David Jones, this demonstration seems all the more timely!

Gabriel will also speak with Ramona Africa, who will be discussing this Saturday's historic marker ceremony, being placed on Osage Ave. and Grays Ferry in west Philadelphia.  A campaign organized by youth from The Jubilee School inspired by the story of the MOVE bombing, this marker - confirmed by the PA Historical and Museum Commission - will commemorate this tragedy which occurred back on May 13, 1985. Poets Sonia Sanchez, Ursula Rucker and musicians Kindred the Family Soul will be present, along with other activists and entrepreneurs to highlight this event!

Gabriel will also speak with Ogbonna Hagins, also known as The Philly Green Man, who will talk about his transformative community work that combines ecology, environmental activism and entrepreneurship. Recognizing the need for safe and sustainable communities, Ogbonna has developed a groundbreaking strategy to address the ills of refuse, "garbage" and other unused goods for the betterment of neighborhoods! 

June 21 @ 6pm: Mortgage the Moon Print E-mail


Good eve. welcome to Skywave, the only show in Philly that features live radio plays. We have 2 scripts tonite. The 1st is from the Gunsmoke series. Originally aired 1952, "The Mortgage" is about a poor family that can't pay a loan for their farm to a slick businessman who has his own plans for the land. We follow with an episode from a science show. First broadcast 1953, "Out of this World" is a virtual trip to the moon projected 40 years in the future. Fastened and suited up for tonite's show are voice regulars Martha Michael, Bill Simpson, Ed Feldman and Andy Pettit, your host. 

Listen Up! Wednesday 06/21: Doo Wah Diddy Shim Sham Shimmy Bama Lama Loo Print E-mail

Garage rock, rock & roll, three chord wonders, teenage symphonies and snarl, punk,/post punk, backwards guitar,Rickenbacker, Farfisa, Vox and 4-track recorders, girl groups, art damaged weirdos, phasing and fuzz, trashy R&B,paisley, black, velvet and leather, feedback, retro soul, beads, berets and safety-pins, Shindig! Hullabaloo, Where The Action Is, Trouser Press, Rock Scene, Bomp! and Creem, drippy mascara, psych rock...obscurities & rarities, past and present, and the simply strange....and assorted action shakin' sounds! ,

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

Streaming live from 2-4pm EST

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F E W S H Replay {Monday June 19 ||| 6-8 PM Eastern} Print E-mail
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Oh! That was quite a lot of rain. A showstopping amount of rain. Well, there's always next week for a live episode.
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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sat (6/17) from 4-5pm, with guest, actor/filmmaker Tatyana Yassukovich Print E-mail
Tune in Saturday, June 17th, from 4-5pm to meet Stephanie's next guest, local actor, filmmaker, and voiceover artist, Tatyana Yassukovich.  Tatyana will talk to us about her outstanding career in the media, performing arts and film.  She'll also tell us how she got her start and what's next on her horizon.  Stephanie may even get her to demonstrate her voice work live on the air!  Listen in to hear the story behind Tatyana's art--it's going to be a dynamic show!
PraisEluJAH Radio-SHOW - iTs Anointed STREET EVANGELIST MONTH Print E-mail

Brother D. N Sister A. invites GODs Anointed Street Evangelist from Philly, to Spread HIS WORD on this GOD AWESOME Broadcast! we got Guest Jaron JC Jones!!! Preaching the Gospel Of Christ!!!!! Also Minister, Author, Activist, Prophet Christopher Signil

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New exciting Planet Philadelphia streaming live online, G-Town Radio, 4-5:00pm 6/16/17 Print E-mail
May was another month in a record run of planet wide warming. June seems to be set to follow suit. Meanwhile the Energy Department is closing the office working on climate change abroad. But don’t despair – we have lot’s to buck you up today on this Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show.  Tune in today for a great listening experience!

  • Ben Armstrong, PECO’s Manager of Communications,  will talk about renewable energy.

  • Greg Holt from EQAT, Earth Quaker Action Team, a group that’s negotiating with PECO for some additional environmentally friendly actions, will comment.

  • Paula Paul at POWER, the Philadelphia organization who cosponsored the recent the Power Local Green Jobs march with EQAT. Also, people who took part in the event like Bill McKibben, Eileen Flanagan, and George Lakey.

  • Liz Robinson, the Director of the Energy Coordinating Agency, an agency that has been helping promote a sustainable and a socially equitable energy future for all in the Philly region since 1984.

To listen to Planet Philadelphia shows you might have missed, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts and/or on gtownradio.com a day or so after they’ve aired on G-town Radio. 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. 

For more environmental reporting tune back in to  G-Town Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) for the next Planet Philadelphia show: July 7, 2017. Lot's of interesting new interviews, news and music.
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