June 29 - July 5, 2020
Program Highlights
Host: Paul Willistein
Monday at 5:44 p.m. during NPR's All Things Considered

What’s coming soon to a movie theater near you? Here’s what’s opening--and when--in the Lehigh Valley, including your favorite multiplex. Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press previews the summer movie scene.
Host: Rob Reagan
Monday, 9 - 11 p.m.

In the first hour of the program, host Rob Reagan offers a selection of groovy soul jazz, with cool trumpet work from the likes of Lee Morgan, Freddie Hubbard, Nicholas Payton, and Winston Byrd.  Among the smaller combos to big bands featured, a highlight to listen for is a track from the newest release by Bill Warfield & The Hell's Kitchen Funk Orchestra.
Host: Dave Fry
Tuesday, 7 - 9 p.m.

This week's show features newly archived sets from: Ellis Paul ('18), Jean Redpath ('80), Serene Green's John Hartford show ('18), T. Roth's Randy Newman show ('18), The Lynnes ('18), the British Music Hall ('14), Patty Larkin ('91), Pavlov's Dawgs ('92), Tom Rush  ('03), David Bromberg with Skyline ('86) and more. This week's Featured CD is The Kennedys' Safe Until Tomorrow.
Host: Laurie Siebert, CPA, CFP ® , AEP ®
Wednesday, 6 - 7 p.m.

Enjoy an archived show as Laurie Siebert will be away this week. Laurie will not be live in the studio to take questions but listeners may submit questions for next week's show at yourfinancialchoices.com .
Host: Bill Fox
Thursday, 11 p.m. - 1 a.m.

On this week's show, host Bill Fox begins the month-long focus on Modulator ESP a.k.a. Jez Creek from Nottingham in the UK. He performs improvised music that goes well beyond the Berlin School sequencing that formed the basis of much of electronic music of the 1970s.

The Featured CD at Midnight will be "Litha Flow" which was recorded live at Sonic Rock Solstice in the village of Stoke Prior on Friday, June 21, 2019. You will also hear new music by John Gregorius on Spotted Peccary Music and by Pink Room & SEPL on Pharmafabrik.

The  latest show's playlist (June 25 - show #1212)  is available for your inspection.
Hosts: Shamus McGroggan, Maggie Mae
Friday, 11 p.m. - 1 a.m.

Hear the debut of the last Shards Session recorded before the lockdown from Nazareth punk band The Mega Yeah.

Shamus also talks with Dave Allison from Virginia Beach-based record label Custom Made Music recorded at last year's Allentown ArtsFest. Dave will pick out songs from the label's current roster of indie, shoegaze, and punk bands.

The expanded two-hour show will also feature album tracks from seminal black punk bands of the 1970s and '80s along with current DIY, indie, and punk favorites.
Features from WDIY Partners
Touchstone Theatre is pleased to announce that although they will not be able to meet in person for this year's camp, they will still be offering summer camp programming online from July 20 - 31. Limited financial aid is available for families with demonstrated financial need. For more information about Camp Touchstone, financial aid, or registration, contact Emma Ackerman at emma@touchstone.org .
Civic Theatre of Allentown has teamed up with film distributors to bring first-run movies to Lehigh Valley audiences in their own homes. Films currently available: For They Know Not What They Do, Miss Juneteenth, Hill of Freedom, and In My Blood It Runs.
The Alliance is dedicated to working for community sustainability. This involves holistic approaches to the environment, social justice, health, participatory democracy, and local economies. The organization is committed to active, collaborative approaches to achieving long-term positive outcomes.
The Allentown Art Museum continues their efforts to keep you connected to the arts by bringing the Allentown Art Museum into your home, featuring at-home art activities for the whole family, educational videos, online tours and more
Miller Symphony Hall@Home offers an opportunity to experience the music whenever and wherever you are, featuring presentations of past performances and intimate live recordings.
In light of the cancelled concert events, the Bach Choir of Bethlehem has provided their audience with a wealth of musical resources and updates. Their website also has information on A Moment of Comfort interludes for your listening enjoyment.

With individuals and families across the nation practicing social distancing and self-quarantine, NMIH is taking its mission of educating the public about America’s industrial past and inspiring the visionaries of tomorrow online.
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