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StateImpact Pennsylvania presents a public discussion about Pennsylvania’s energy future. Reporter Susan Phillips will moderate a panel examining perspectives on alternative energy, natural gas, nuclear, and coal, through a national and a regional lens.
With increasing healthcare costs, pension cuts, and the fate of social security in question, many are left to figure out how to fund retirement on their own. Join WHYY as we explore the psychology, sociology and future of retirement.
Dr. Gates will join us for a preview screening of his new documentary Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise, and a panel discussion hosted by Dr. James Peterson of WHYY’s The Remix to discuss the future of the African American community with an emphasis on music’s role in expanding the message of Dr. King’s legacy in the past 50 years.
Join WHYY for an afternoon at the breathtaking landscape of the Tyler Arboretum, where we’ll celebrate the variety of local food and drinks produced in Delaware County.
LIVE HOUR: Has there ever been an election season like this one? In a special pre-election edition of Radio Times, Marty and her guests will take a look at local and national races and break down the fiercest Election Day match ups.
In this open-letter style performance addressed to our new commander in chief, Philadelphians come together through storytelling to discover the common ground we'll need to move forward under new leadership.
Males of color share deeply personal letters addressed to their sons, fathers, father figures, and mentees in this moving storytelling event.
The recording of the iconic radio show will feature incredible live performances from the show’s new host: Chris Thile. We will also include performances from an from an array of special musical guests—along with a bit of comedy and spoken word.
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The first film in our series is Meet the Patels.
In this provocative slideshow lecture, Rick Steves will explain how to travel more thoughtfully to any destination. Drawing from lessons he learned while exploring Europe, Central America, Asia, and the Middle East, Rick will explain that by traveling thoughtfully you can take home the greatest souvenir: a broader perspective.
LIVE HOUR: For this special edition of Radio Times, Marty talks with Michael Lewis, best-selling author of The Big Short, Moneyball, and The Blind Side.