A great New Planet Philadelphia - hear host Kay Wood's interview with State Senator Art Haywood, 4:00 pm this Friday, April 1st, streaming on Gtown Radio.
A great New Planet Philadelphia - hear host Kay Wood's interview with State Senator Art Haywood, 4:00 pm this Friday, April 1st, streaming on Gtown Radio. He's a fabulous guest for this Planet Philadelphia show. State Senator Art Haywood represents our own 4th district in Harrisburg. Listen to host Kay Wood’s interview with the senator as he talks about his views on the proposed and controversial energy hub. Hear his answers not only to Wood’s questions, but also to questions from a number of constituents who contacted Planet Philadelphia with some tough questions of their own about the hub. So it's an exciting new Planet Philadelphia this Friday – 4:00, April 1, 2016 – streaming on wonderful http://www.gtownradio.com/. (Podcast information below.)
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