Program Lineup

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Our Broadcasters and DJs
(Please note this is an impartial list--we are in the process of posting information about all of our shows)

Sunday
The Upper Room
Every Sunday from 1-3pm est.
Host: Lady Dee
 
The Upper Room is an inspirational gospel show that brings the spirituality and god consciousness back to Sundays. 
You will also hear Public News for the Community, Gospel Artist, and Inspirational vocations to heal your heart.
Email: discipleme@hotmail.com


Sunday
Urban Oasis Art's & Culture the Radio Edition
Every Sunday 3pm-5pm

Urban Oasis Art's & Culture the Radio Edition, has a multi -faceted format covering a diverse plethora of Art;s & Cultural issues in the Philadelphia region. The weekly programming consists of live interviews & thought provoking dialog with artist's working in diverse disciplines, authors, politicians, musicians, poets, scholars, live musical performances & a diverse music infusion. Make Urbanoasis an easy listen on Sunday afternoons. Email: urbanoasis_inc@yahoo.com.
 
Sunday
CROP Neighborhood News Forum
 
Sunday (bi-weekly) 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Websites: www.cnn-forum-wpeb.webs.com; cnnforumwpeb.wordpress.com
Host: Jasper Jones
Contact: (215) 472-0881; west_philly_ca@yahoo.com

The Community Rebirth Organization Plan (CROP™) Neighborhood News (CNN) Forum where the Elders Speak show explores and supports the constitutional rights of the citizens of Philadelphia to education, environmental, economic and social justice in a framework of the instructions given to us by Almighty God. We discuss with callers and community guests the lat test events as the events relate to our Discussion and Reporting of CROP™.

Sunday
sBADAwEB aUDIO's "The Other America Files"
 
Every Sunday 8:00pm - 9:00pm

Websites: www.sbadawebaudio.blogspot.com
Host:  Bluesbadawoman
Contact: (267) 861-5228; (215) 472-0881; bluesbadagirl@hotmail.com

This show will creatively present stories of life in America from the many diverse ethnic, religious, sexual, political, professional, and economic communities (among others) that make up this country.  Each show will explore the life of an individual or group of individuals in a particular community and/or a particular issue and its impact on various Philadelphia communities.  The show will make use of a variety of formats representing the diversity of ways that life experiences can be expressed, such as 30 to 60 minute documentaries, live conversations with in-studio guests and community members on the telephone, spoken word/poetry, radio dramas, and music.

Monday




 

 
(LJR Reporter and Host Charles Clarke)

Live Program the 1st Monday of the Month; Rebroadcasted Every Monday 7-8pm
Host Charles Clarke
Labor Justice Radio
(LJR) is a monthly radio program that advocates justice for all working people. We provide news and analysis from the perspective of poor and working people and address issues that affect Philly's union members, working families and their communities. The show is produced collaboratively by members of SEIU 32 BJ, the United Taxi Workers Alliance of Pennsylvania,  and Media Mobilizing Project.

Labor Justice Radio is a program of Media Mobilizing Project. The show be heard online (including archives of past shows) at our podcast: www.laborjusticeradio.podomatic.com

Community Perspective in West Philadelphia w/ Shirley Randleman at 5:00


Tuesday
The Shed Kitchen 411
Every Tuesday 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Hosts: Renee McBride-Williams and Karen Dunn

Contact: (215) 472-0881; (267) 600-2963 theshedkitchen@aol.com

The Shed Kitchen is a public affairs program that is about our rich historic West Philadelphia community. We will explore the concerns and progress in our West Philadelphia enclave, examine the troubles and victories of a neighborhood that is becoming more vibrant everyday. Karen and Renee will give a fair platform for the voiceless and address their fears of our changing community. The show will provide a venue for discussion and a bridge to help find resources, explanations, and, hopefully, solutions. The Shed Kitchen will discuss environmental issues, education, crime, and health issues in our neighborhood. We will give you the 411 on West Philadelphia history. Tune in and there's music too

Friday

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