Podcasts of Great interviews from the Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show streamed on GTown Radio 7/21/17
July 22, 2017 - This is a bit of a different approach I’m trying out for Planet Philadelphia. Instead of doing one big file with the podcast of the whole show, I thought I’d do the individual interviews that were slated to broadcast yesterday. This way of posting the sound files let’s people listen to each individual interview. It also is a way of apologizing for the strange tech problems that occurred during yesterday’s show. I'd hate for people to miss these inspiring and informative interviews.
Thank you for your interest in and support for Planet Philadelphia, the radio show about our environment on our wonderful local radio station, GTown Radio.
Stay cool folks,
Planet Philadelphia Producer and Host
For more environmental reporting please tune back in to G-Town Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) for the next Planet Philadelphia show: 4-5:00 pm Friday August 4, 2017. Planet Philadelphia show host, Kay Wood, and environmental news reporter, Linda Rosenwein, bring you informative interviews about our world and more on Planet Philadelphia streaming on your favorite local radio station, GTown Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) every first and third Fridays of the month.
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.
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Podcast: Fossil Fuels and Your Health: Physicians for Social Responsibility Report, Planet Philadelphia G-Town Radio 3/3/17
Switching to renewable energy can do many wonderful things for our lives. One of the most beneficial is saving ourselves from the truly alarming impacts of fossil fuels on infant mortality and the myriad health impacts through out our lives. Listen to Kay Wood’s interview with Barbara Gottlieb of Physicians for Social Responsibility on how fossil fuel pollution is causing huge numbers of people right now right here in Pennsylvania to suffer severe health consequences and what can be done to change to a brighter healthier future. Also on this Planet Philadelphia – Pennsylvanians react to Senator Casey’s and Senator Toomey’s votes on Scott Pruit as the new head of the EPA.
Please also tune back in to G-Town Radio http://www.gtownradio.com for the more in this continuing radio show exploring our world. Upcoming guests scheduled include; Linda Black Elk on DALP, Jacqueline Patterson, Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, on environmental justice, and an update on children’s law suit over climate change that has gained surprising headway in the courts from Nate Bellinger, Staff Attorney, State Program Manager, Our Children's Trust, and more.
Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line: (484) 278-1846. Record a comment or event announcement anytime. Planet Philadelphia streams on http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
Planet Philadelphia is a radio show about our shared environment aired 4:00-5:00 PM EST the first and third Friday a month on WGGT-LP 92.9 FM in Philadelphia and/or at gtownradio.com. Also on Villanova University’s radio station, WXVU, Thursday mornings at 9:00 a.m. at 89.1FM.
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