September 9 - 15, 2019
WDIY will be honored for outstanding service to the arts at Allentown Arts Commission’s 31st annual Arts Ovation Awards on Thursday, September 26 at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown.
WDIY volunteer Lucille Kincaid has been named classical music librarian for the WDIY Janet Goloub Classical Music Library. Lucille will also continue in her regular hosting duties for WDIY Classics.
WDIY members and volunteers are invited to attend our annual membership meeting and member representative election on Monday, October 21 at 7 pm.

Jazzmeia Horn
* Friday, September 13
* 8 - 9:30 pm
* Easton, PA

Jazzmeia Horn leapt from her childhood church choir in Houston directly to New York’s temples of jazz, picking up 2013 Sarah Vaughan and 2015 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition wins along the way. NPR’s Jazz Night in America calls her “a singer of ironclad capability, creative drive, and irrepressible panache”.
The Apollo Trio

* Friday, September 13
* 7:30 - 9 pm
* Bethlehem, PA

The Apollo Trio was born at a music festival in the south of France in 1997. Just last year, Romanian-born cellist Mihai Marica joined founding members Curtis Macomber (violin) and Marija Stroke (piano), replacing Michael Kannen. Program highlights include works by: Haydn: Trio in E Major, H. XV:28; David Schiff: “New York Nocturnes” (2000); Dvořák: Trio in B-flat Major, Op. 21
Don't Touch That Dial:
100 Years of Radio
* Now - November 3
* 10 am - 5 pm
* Bethlehem, PA

Featuring over one hundred historic radios, components and ephemera. Visitors to this interactive exhibit will have a chance to listen to early broadcasts, see an Amateur Radio operator’s station, test their knowledge of Morse Code, and experience modern day innovations in the industry.
Find more events coming up
 in and around the Lehigh Valley in
WDIY's Community Calendar.
6 - 7 pm
Hosts: George Miller, Kate Scuffle
Touchstone Theatre’s Bill George and Emma Ackerman join hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about Festival Unbound.

Festival Unbound: Oct 4-13. Ten days of original theater, dance, music, art, and conversation, to celebrate and imagine our future together
At the Movies: Hobbs & Shaw
“Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw” is a spin-of the “Fast & Furious” movie franchise starring Freedom High School, Bethlehem Area School District, graduate Dwayne Johnson as Hobbs. Jason Statham is Shaw. They battle Idris Elba as Brixton, a bio-engineered terrorist. At stake is a deadly virus carried by Shaw’s sister, Hattie (Vanessa Kirby). Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press  reviews the action film.
6:30 - 7 pm
Host: Greg Capogna
Greg Capogna continues his look at the many corners of the Lehigh Valley through the eyes of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber and its affiliates. They discuss development and business.

Greg's guests from The Chamber are Asa
Saidman , AVP, Government and External Affairs, and Scott Palochik , Chair of the Chamber's Manufacturing Council and Director of Business Development at ESPI.
7 - 9 pm
Host: Steve Aaronson
It's the annual program commemorating the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.  The program will feature music of hope, unity, tolerance, and heroism. Among the artists will be Woody Guthrie, Judy Collins, and Pete Seeger.
6 - 7 pm
Host: Laurie Siebert, CPA, CFP ® , AEP ®
Laurie Siebert will discuss: “Year-end tax planning, before year end.”

Laurie will take questions at 610-758-8810. Questions submitted early at
11 pm - 1 am
Host: Bill Fox
The month-long Special Focus on  Rudy Adrian  begins. The Featured CD at Midnight will be  "Distant Stars" on Lotuspike Records. You will also hear new music by  Imaginary Landscape on SynGate Records.

The  latest show's playlist (September 5 - show #1170)  is available for your inspection.