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.
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