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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda is a live radio show where Dr. Stephanie Heck interviews local artists, authors, musicians, actors, politicians, professionals, and activists about their work in the local community and beyond. Interviews focus not only on each guest's current work, but also on who they are as individuals and what path led them to have and to pursue their passion. The goal of this show is not just to talk about what each person is doing (ie, their "art"), but to uncover their story. In other words, the (not so) hidden agenda is to reveal the story behind the art! Tune in every Sunday from 5:00-6:00pm. Learn more about the host here.

The East Falls Local recently published a feature article about "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda"!  Check it out at: http://eastfallslocal.com/radio-free-fallsers.



The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sunday (12/9) 5-6pm, with playground revitalizer, Dennis Barneby Print E-mail
Sunday, 09 December 2018

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TODAY at 5PM on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," host Stephanie Heck interviews Dennis Barneby, president of the Kelly Green Project (on right in photo).  Dennis will tell us about the Kelly Green Project, and about his commitment to transforming the outdoor space at the John B. Kelly Elementary School from a rectangular concrete space to a playground and nature space.  We'll also hear why play is so important and how you can get involved.  Don't miss it!  

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sunday 12/2 from 5-6pm, with founder of G-town Radio, Jim Bear! Print E-mail
Sunday, 02 December 2018
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TODAY at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, longtime Germantown resident and founder of G-town Radio, Jim Bear.  Jim will tell us about his relationship with radio, what led him to found G-town Radio, the benefits of community radio, and what listeners can do to help support the station.  He also has a topic on his mind that he'd like to discuss!  Tune in and meet the man who brought you G-town Radio! 
 
REPLAY: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda: Local Author David Jackson Ambrose Print E-mail
Sunday, 25 November 2018

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TODAY 5-6 PM on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," check out the replay of Stephanie's interview with local author, David Jackson Ambrose.  David and Stephanie converse about his awesome and relevant new novel, "State of the Nation."  If you didn't catch it the first time around, don't miss it this time!  

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sunday (11/18) from 5-6pm, with local artist, Andrew Walker Print E-mail
Sunday, 18 November 2018

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Today at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," host Stephanie Heck interviews local artist, Andrew Walker.  Andy will talk about his life and work as an artist, as well as the meaningful personal journey that led to his most current work, "My Organ Life," which will be on display at the Imperfect Gallery in December.  Don't miss it!  

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-Sun 11/11 5-6pm-with Colleen Bracken of The Drama Group Print E-mail
Saturday, 10 November 2018
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Today on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," host Stephanie Heck will be interviewing The Drama Group's director Colleen Bracken, along with actors from their current production, "Under the Skin," Chavez Grant and Ed Marcinkiewiecz.  Colleen will tell us about her decade-long involvement with The Drama Group and how her work in theatre fits with her work in leadership development.  Along with Ed and Chavez, she will also give us a snapshot of "Under the Skin" (currently on stage at the First United Methodist Church of Germantown).  Don't miss it!

 
RERUN: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda (10/28, 5-6pm): Dr. Corinne Masur discusses Mortality and Death Print E-mail
Sunday, 28 October 2018
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TODAY at 5PM!  Tune in to "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," to hear a rerun of Stephanie's interview with local brilliant psychoanalyst and author Dr. Corinne Masur.  Dr. Masur talks about humanity, mortality, understanding each other, and our collective denial of death.  It's not TOO spooky, so check it out!  
 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (10/21) 5-6pm with jazz musician, Lynn Riley Print E-mail
Sunday, 21 October 2018

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Today at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, local jazz musician, composer, teacher, and "show stopper," Lynn Riley! Lynn will tell us about her life and work as a female jazz artist.  We'll hear about her music, what inspires her, and of course, the story behind her art.  And, she'll play some of her music for us LIVE.  Don't miss your chance to hear why Lynn Riley is called "the superwoman of the sax!"

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda's 50th Show! Sun (10/14) 5-6pm, with Jen Jaynes of Beacon Theatre Print E-mail
Sunday, 14 October 2018

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TODAY at 5pm--catch The (Not So) Hidden Agenda's 50th show!!  Host Stephanie Heck will be interviewing local actor and managing director of Germantown's Beacon Theatre, Jen Jaynes!  Jen will tell us about herself, her life in theatre, and also about Beacon Theatre's upcoming "Votes for Women" theatre project, in which Jen plays Susan B. Anthony.  (Check out the project online at: www.beacontheatreproductions.org/play-readings). Don't miss it!

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (10/7) 5-6pm, with Hip Hop Artist, Rob Riley Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 October 2018

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TODAY at 5pm, tune in to meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, local hip hop artist, Rob Riley!  Rob will talk to us about his life and work as a multi-discipline artist.  He'll describe how and why he is continually expanding his creative expression (and why he keeps hip hop at the forefront).  If you want to check him out before or during the show, you can find music samples at www.robrileyreally.com.  This show is gonna be DOPE!  Don't miss it! 

 
RERUN: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda: Dr. Matt LeRoy on Psychoanalysis and Activism Print E-mail
Sunday, 30 September 2018

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TODAY AT 5PM!  Check out the replay of Stephanie's interview with local psychologist and editor of "The Psychoanalytic Activist," Dr. Matt LeRoy.  Want to learn about how psychoanalysis is relevant to today's political world?  Then check out Stephanie and Matt's discussion about the intersection of psychoanalysis and social justice!  Don't miss it! 

 
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