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Aging Well With Attitude8-9am
(1st and 3rd Thursdays
Host Julie Rainbow and guest discuss issue around aging and living well. 
Black Agenda Report
10-11am News, commentary, and analysis from the black left.
Making Contact
11-11:30am Making Contact is an award-winning, 29-minute weekly magazine/documentary-style public affairs. Showcasing voices and perspectives rarely heard in mainstream media, Making Contact focuses on the human realities of politics and the connections between local and global events, emphasizing positive and creative ways to solve problems.
The Shortwave Report
11:30-12pm The Shortwave Report is a 30 minute review of news stories recorded from a shortwave radio. Times and frequencies for English-language programs are included to encourage you to listen on your own.
Democracy Now!

A daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues.  On Democracy Now!, you’ll hear a diversity of voices speaking for themselves, providing a unique and sometimes provocative perspective on global events.

The Science of Everything
 1--2pmHost James Fodor is an Australian academic who created this series to convey rigorous science to a popular audience in an engaging manner. Each episode focuses on a single topic, outlining key scientific concepts and findings. He tackles such subjects as theories about how life arose from conditions on early earth  and how the universe developed.
The Rick Smith Show
 2--3pmThe Rick Smith Show is a progressive labor program from Central Pennsylvania. Each week Rick interviews state and local leaders as well as ordinary working people who discuss state and local politics and national issues from the perspective of working people. Each episode also includes important stories from labor history about struggles and hard-won victories.
Its Our Money With Ellen Brown
 3-4pmAuthor Ellen Brown reintroduced the idea of public banking motivated by the 2008 economic crisis and the Occupy Wall Street movement.  In this series, she interviews leading economists and discusses ideas currently being explored and implemented in over 20 states to provide local economic control.
(1st and 3rd Thursdays)
Host Brendan McGeehan and his show BPM (Beats Per Minute) explores a wide range of styles, genres, sub-genres, and generally whatever musical flavor pleases the host that day. Frequent guests appear on the show, both in and outside of the music industry.
 G-town Player6-7pmRandom (and not so random) selections from the massive G-town library. Listen and believe.
Q The Mic

 Q the Mic (where the Q is qUEER) ~LGBTQ+ & Allies
Stepping Into Tomorrow
Gabriel Bryant fuses thoughtful dialogue about the issues that face everyday urban communities including Philadelphia, while highlighting those individuals or entities that make solutions possible. This show also features a music component, showcasing artists both local and on a national level, whose work provides a voice for change and societal uplift.
Hip Hop History 9-11pmA fun filled focus on an aspect of Hip Hop.
 G-town Player11-12am Random (and not so random) selections from the massive G-town library. Listen and believe.
Music At Midnight
12-1am A program of pre-recorded music from music libraries that is no longer copyright protected and therefore not subject to music licensing fees, drawing on jazz, blues, folk, hillbilly, spoken word and immigrant traditions. On an ad-hoc basis we will feature original music from local musicians and poets in cooperation with recording studios and performance spaces within our listening area
G-town Late Night1-8am The dark, the heavy and the weird. Your late night soundtrack.