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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda is a live radio show created and hosted by psychologist Dr. Stephanie Heck.  The show features live conversations with local artists, authors, musicians, actors, politicians, professionals, and activists about their work in the local community and beyond. Stephanie's 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 also to uncover their story. In other words, Stephanie's "(not so) hidden agenda" is to uncover the story behind the art! Tune in every Sunday from 5:00-6:00pm. Learn more about the host here.

T(NS)HA Local Press:

The East Falls Local: https://nwlocalpaper.com/radio-free-fallsers

The Chestnut Hill Local: https://www.chestnuthilllocal.com/2018/10/26/chestnut-hill-psychologist-has-a-not-so-hidden-agenda/

The Leader: http://www.montgomerynews.com/germantowncourier/news/g-town-radio-offers-germantown-a-voice-on-the-radio/article_f8a57d5e-4ffa-11e9-9bae-639dd7ea3489.html 



The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (5/19) 5-6pm, with historical fashion designer, Nina Grier Print E-mail
Sunday, 19 May 2019

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Today at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," let host Stephanie Heck introduce you to jewelry and fashion designer, and founder of "Historical Dream," Nina Grier!  Nina designs wearable and other art that highlights important national figure and diverse cultural leaders, such as Frederick Douglas and Phyllis Wheatley.  Tune in to hear her story!  (In case you want to see her work before or during the show check it out online at: www.historicaldream.com)

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (4/28) 5-6pm, with Science Fiction Author, Jon McGoran Print E-mail
Sunday, 28 April 2019

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TODAY at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," host Stephanie Heck interviews local author, Jon McGoran! Jon will talk about his recent young adult science fiction book, "Spliced" and it's soon-to-be-released sequel "Splintered."  We'll hear about his work, why he does it, what he loves about it, and how he got started.  Don't miss it!  

Miss the show?  Check it out here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-April 28, 2019-with science fiction author, Jon McGoran 

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (4/21) 5-6pm, w/ The Colored Girls Museum founder, Vashti Dubois Print E-mail
Sunday, 21 April 2019

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TODAY at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, founder and executive director of The Colored Girls Museum, Vashti Dubois!  Vashti will talk to us about her museum, its purpose, its art, and how and why she started it.  She'll also tell us about her participation in an upcoming national art conference, the "Common Field Network Convenings," being held in Philadelphia April 25-28. Don't miss it!

Miss the show?  Check it out here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda~April 21, 2019~with The Colored Girls Museum founder, Vashti Dubois 

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (4/14) 5-6pm, Clayton Justice & Lindsay Stolkey talk gentrification Print E-mail
Sunday, 14 April 2019

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TODAY at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," Stephanie Heck will share in a conversation between the co-hosts of the "Gentrification and Displacement Teach-In," Lindsay Stolkey (of GREAT) and Clayton Justice (of Men Who Care).  Lindsay and Clayton will discuss the impact of development in Germantown, the questions and concerns it raises, and how each of their organizations is addressing the changes this will bring to the community. 

Note: the teach-in will be held next Saturday, April 20th, from 1-5pm at the Green St. Meetinghouse.

Miss the show? Check it out here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda - April 14, 2019 - Clayton Justice & Lindsay Stolkey Talk Gentrification 

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (3/31) 5-6pm, with visual artist, Autumn Wallace Print E-mail
Sunday, 31 March 2019

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TODAY at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," tune in to meet host Stephanie Heck's next amazing guest, artist Autumn Wallace.  Autumn will tell us us about her unique paintings and sculptures, which "elude reason" by combining 90's cartoons, Baroque aesthetics and "adult materials."  She'll also talk about her mission, what her art means to her, and the story behind how her art developed.  And she'll let us know the details of her upcoming show, "How Could I say 'No' to You?," opening April 5th at HouseGallery1816.  Don't miss it!

Miss the show?  Check it out here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-March 31, 2019-with artist and amateur queer theorist, Autumn Wallace 

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (3/17) 5-6pm, w/co-producer of the Singing Nina Festival, David Rose Print E-mail
Sunday, 17 March 2019

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Tune in TODAY at 5PM to "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda" to meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, David Rose!  David will tell us about the SINGING NINA FESTIVAL, one-day festival (coming to Germantown on May 19th) which celebrates the music and life of Nina Simone.  If you love Nina Simone, you don't want to miss this! 

Tickets for the event are available here: https://www.artful.ly/store/events/1724

Miss the show? Check it out here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-March 17, 2019-with "Singing Nina" co-producer, David Rose 

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (3/3) 5-6pm, with leadership expert, Dr. Frances Johnston Print E-mail
Sunday, 03 March 2019

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TODAY at 5pm, meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, world-renowned leadership development expert, author, and co-founder of Teleos Leadership Institute, Dr. Frances Johnston.  Fran will talk to us about the impact that leaders have on groups, why we need great leaders, and how to become one!  Plus, she'll share the philosophies she uses to help leaders (and their teams) grow, change, and develop. And of course, she'll tell us about the journey that led her to this impactful and important career.  It's going to be an exciting and informative show--don't miss it!

Miss the show? Check it out here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-March 3, 2019-with leadership expert and author, Dr. Fran Johnston 

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (2/24) 5-6pm, with decluttering expert and author, Gari Weilbacher Print E-mail
Sunday, 24 February 2019

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TODAY at 5pm on "THE (not so) HIDDEN AGENDA," meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, Gari Weilbacher!  Gari is the author of "Declutter2DeLight," a handbook and workbook that helps people free up their creative energy by better managing the overwhelm of life.  She's gong to tell us what started her on the path of helping people via "compassionate clutter control", and hopefully she'll give us some tips on how she does it!  Tune in!

Miss the show?  Check it out here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-February 24, 2019-with decluttering coach, Gari Weilbacher 

 
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sunday (2/17) from 5-6pm with business development expert, Joyce Ferris Print E-mail
Sunday, 17 February 2019

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Today at 5pm on "The (Not So) Hidden Agenda," meet host Stephanie Heck's next guest, renewable energy and sustainability entrepreneur, investor, and coach, Joyce Ferris!  Joyce will talk about her life as a woman entrepreneur, what her experiences have taught her about the rewards and challenges of business-building, and how she helps entrepreneurs succeed.  We'll also hear about her journey from high school drop-out to CFO and investor.  It's going to be an inspiring show...Don't miss it!

Miss the show? Check it out here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-Feb 17, 2019-with entrepreneur/business development expert, Joyce Ferris 

 
Today 5-6pm: PARKLAND SHOOTING ANNIV REPLAY~The (Not So) Hidden Agenda~with artist, Laura Silverman Print E-mail
Sunday, 10 February 2019

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Tune in TODAY at 5pm for a special replay of Stephanie's interview with Mt. Airy "Portraits of Parkland" artist, Laura Silverman, honoring the one-year anniversary of the Parkland High School shootings.  Hear Laura discuss the critical importance of her Parkland postcard project, which is still highly relevant one year later.  It's a great interview.

You can also be inspired by her project at: www.portraits-of-parkland.com.

 
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