June 7 - 13, 2021
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Program Highlights
Monday, 1 - 4 p.m.

Arnie Lichten features three hours of eclectic music. Hear songs from T. Rex, Ellen McIlwaine, The Burnt Pines, The Police, VickiKristinaBarcelona, Low Cut Connie, Curtis Mayfield, and more
Monday, 6 - 6:30 p.m.

Michael welcomes Troy Reynard, co-owner of Two Rivers Brewery in Easton to talk about the beginnings of Two Rivers, their reputation for food and the new location in Quakertown at the trolley barn public market. Then Michael chats with Amber Sarivan, owner/baker of Bake House on Main in Phillipsburg, NJ about the inspiration for her Bakery and her many different varieties of cinnamon rolls.
Monday, 6:28 during The Inside Dish

It's the battle of the Emma's in Cruella. Emma Stone as aspiring fashion designer Cruella faces off against Emma Thompson as fashion house couturier Baroness von Hellman. The live-action film is a prequel based on the characters of Disney’s 1961 animation feature film classic, One Hundred and One Dalmatians and two live-action versions. Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press reviews the comedy.
Monday, 6:30 - 7 p.m.
Host: Greg Capogna

Greg Capogna welcomes back Becky Bradley and Matt Assad of the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission with special guest Amy Kessler, Regional Planning Director of the North Central Regional Planning Commission to talk about the importance of Pennsylvania infrastructure; our bridges, tunnels and roads and how to care for them now and in the future. 
Monday, 7 - 9 p.m.
Host: Steve Aaronson

There's no real theme tonight, only the usual mix of favorite Golden Age artists and songs. Featured artists will include Kennedy Center honoree Joan Baez, The Chad Mitchell Trio, Pete Seeger, The Journeymen, and The Weavers.
Monday, 9 - 11 p.m.
Host: Rob Reagan

For the first Monday of the month "Decades" theme, host Rob Reagan checks out pianist McCoy Tyner ('81) , drummer Buddy Rich ('61) , and flautist Herbie Mann ('61). A new segment called "Double Takes" will feature vocal plus instrumental takes on the same tune, featuring singers Bob Dorough, Joe Williams, Carmen McRae, and The Manhattan Transfer...all this and more, including some newer releases.
Monday, 11 p.m. - Tuesday, 1 a.m.

Flying Saucers! A late salute to Memorial Day and the Indy 500! Cruel Hearted Women! The Dirty Rooster! The Coffee Grind! Breaking Down The Walls Of Heartache! Everything but an apology and Lenny and Squiggy. The Blues Cruise with Capwell and Fuzzy, Monday at 11 p.m. Stay awake but don't be Woke. Voot.
Host: Dave Pandl
Tuesday, 1 - 4 p.m.

On the Tuesday edition of The Blend, host Dave Pandl will play music to get your chlorophyll flowing. The theme will be plant life in its many manifestations. You'll hear songs about shrubs, forests, flowers and grass. Tune in and dwell in the overstory where the air is clear or dive down into the rich earth where the nutrients abound. It's a variation on Roots Music.
Host: Brooke Gladstone
Tuesday, 6 - 7 p.m.

This week's show: Shamed and Confused

After a young Associated Press journalist lost her job last month following online attacks, On the Media considers how bad faith campaigns against the media have become an effective weapon for the far right. Plus, should we cancel the word “cancel”? One journalist argues, yes, and one academic says, no. Plus, the origins of "cancelled" in Black culture.
Tuesday, 7 - 9 p.m.

This week, Norm Williams sits in for Dave Fry and features sets from musicians who have played at Godfreys throughout the years in the month of June, including Tom Paxton with Kris Kehr, Garnet Rodgers, Anne Hills & Bill Jones, Equation, Sarah Ayers, the Red Clay Ramblers, and Chris Smithers.
Host: Doug Ashby
Tuesday, 11 p.m. - Wednesday, 1 a.m.

Roots After Hours this week explores an album made 50 years ago - The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers that was a brilliant roots rock masterpiece released in 1971. We'll hear from Fred McDowell, whose "You Got to Move" became the albums centerpiece. At midnight, we go to Jamaica for some roots reggae and Burning Spear. It's hot outside, stay cool with us, stay up late!
Wednesday, 6 - 7 p.m.

On this week's edition of Your Financial Choices, Laurie Siebert discusses: "Ping-Pong Planning," financial planning in an ever-changing environment. Laurie will take questions during the show at 610-758-8810 as well as those submitted via yourfinancialchoices.com.
Thursday, 6 - 7 p.m.

Alan Jennings examines the history and future of the Morning Call with its recent purchase by Alden Capital. He invites Kayla Dryer, a reporter and Mike Miorelli, Editor and Chief of the Morning Call to explain the struggles of the newspaper industry with the threat of its demise from digital media and the importance for reported local news.
Host: Bill Fox
Thursday, 11 p.m. - Friday, 1 a.m.

The Special Focus for June is Colin Rayment of the UK. He recently played for the virtual portion of this year's Mountain Skies festival.
This week, Bill Fox continues the month-long focus on Colin Rayment. The Featured CD at Midnight will be Abstract Dimensions on SynGate Records.
You will also hear new music by Deborah Martin and Jill Haley on Spotted Peccary Music, by La Ponto Ensemblo, by F.D. Project on Groove Unlimited, and by Ian Boddy and Markus Reuter on DiN Records.

The latest show's playlist (June 3rd - show #1257) is available for your inspection.
Friday 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Join host Karen El-Chaar at 11:00 for a special birthday tribute to Richard Strauss featuring his classic “Also Sprach Zarathustra” in its entirety. Performance is by the Vienna Philharmonic, Herbert van Karajan conducting. This piece includes “Sunrise,” the segment made famous in the iconic film 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Friday, 6 - 7 p.m.

This week's show: Clint Smith

The killing of George Floyd by a police officer in 2020 sparked massive protests nationwide. This hour, writer Clint Smith reflects on this moment, through conversation, letters, and poetry
Host: Ophira Eisenberg
Saturday, 10 - 11 a.m.

This week's show: Meme Machines

Sarah Paulson talks about her Hulu film Run, out 11/20. Sarah Silverman gives Kit-Kat advice. Plus, social media stars Rickey Thompson and Denzel Dion join the fun! This episode originally aired on November 13, 2020.
Host: Bill Rudman
Sunday, 9 - 10 p.m.

This week's show: Morning People / Night People

We'll hear from two kinds of people who have been known to drive each other crazy. You'll hear songs to help you defend your position, performed by Angela Lansbury, Barbara Cook, and many more.
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Community Events from WDIY Partners
• June 10 - 13, 2021
• 12 - 11 p.m.
Mountain View Park | Wind Gap, PA
• Thursday, June 10, 2021
• 7 - 8:30 p.m.
• Free livestream concert from the stage at Godfrey Daniels presented over Facebook and YouTube
• Friday, June 11, 2021
• 9 - 10:30 p.m.
• Sellersville, Theater | Sellersville, PA
• Livestream option also available
• Saturday, June 12, 2021
• 7:30 - 9 p.m.
Livestream concert from the stage at Miller Symphony Hall; then available on-demand after the premiere.
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