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WHYY Voices in the Family host Dr. Dan Gottlieb.


Core Programs

WHYY is an award-winning leader in providing our region and the nation with the finest contextual, in-depth news and public affairs programs found anywhere. For example, you can tune to:

  • Expanded regional reports by Brenda Jorett, host of WHYY’s Morning Edition.
  • Expanded regional reports by WHYY reporters and anchors on All Things Considered.
  • Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane, the region’s most intelligent, daily interview call-in show, which is also Webcast on whyy.org each Monday, and soon to be seen on TV12.
  • Delaware Tonight, the region’s only daily news program, produced in Delaware, focusing on the First State.
  • Friday Forum, extended discussion with regional newsmakers and analysts.
  • Ongoing election coverage this year of Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial primary and general election on TV, FM, whyy.org and community discussions.
  • WHYY’s national magazine programs including You Bet Your Garden, Been There/Done That and A Chef’s Table as well as WHYY’s regional discussion of mental health with Dan Gottlieb, Ph.D. on Voices in the Family.

Combine these with WHYY’s national 24/7 resources. These include some of the best journalists and experts in the business whose work and whose Web sites set standards of excellence for all. Included, for example, are Frontline, Talk of the Nation, Marketplace, BBC World Update and Service, The Tavis Smiley Show, Washington Week, Wall $treet Week with Fortune, and Nightly Business Report to name a few. Our TV and FM programs, with accompanying Web sites and community discussions, bring new meaning and insight to the complex news stories of our day, making the richness of the service second to none.

WHYY-FM became the most listened to public radio station in the region with 416,000 people tuning in each week, a dramatic 23% increase over last year.  


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