As we enter the holiday gift-giving season, tonight's discussion focuses on appropriate gifts for children. Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes author Susan Master and illustrator Ann Cross to discuss their new children's book What IS Mr. Peepers?
Now in its 15th year, Touchstone Theatre's Christmas City Follies is a wonderful holiday tradition, full of vaudevillian hijinx and warm-hearted laughter. Touchstone's Bill George discusses the new treats this year's Follies has to offer with Lehigh Valley Arts Salon host Kate Scuffle.
Guitar virtuoso Derek Trucks joined host Ryan Gottlieb on Blues Cruise to discuss his three-night run at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA, Dec. 4 - 6, with his 11-piece blues, rock, and soul band Tedeschi Trucks Band. They also chat about writing and touring with wife/bandmate Susan Tedeschi, his final show with the Allman Brothers Band, and more.
Rick Boulay, M.D., Chief of Lehigh Valley Hospital's Division of Gynecologic Oncology, joins host John Pearce in the studio to discuss stories of cancer survivors -- reasons to give thanks this Thanksgiving.
Hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle welcome Diane Wagner, head of the theatre department at the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Performing Arts, and writer Alex Rice to discuss their new TV pilot, Goody Goody, a period comedy shot at area locations like the Sun Inn. Goody Goody is being screened this coming weekend at Civic Theatre.
Host Sally Handlon welcomes guest Becky Bradley, Executive Director of the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission, for a discussion on the Lehigh Valley: Live, Work and Play: Part 2 -- An update of the regional planning efforts that have occurred in 2014.
Robert Randolph--pedal-steel guitarist and leader of Robert Randolph and the Family Band--joins Ryan Gottlieb to chat about their Saturday, Nov. 8th show at Havana in New Hope, PA, his side project The Word, and more.
Host Bathsheba Monk welcomes Miriam Huertas, Vice President of Allentown Initiatives at the Greater Lehigh Valley Chambre of Commerce, and Mike Krisukas, guitarist for Zen for Primates, to talk about the 18th Lehigh Valley Christmas in Concert taking place on Thanksgiving Sunday, November 30, 2014 at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown. Featuring area musicians doing renditions of their favorite holiday tunes in a variety of musical genres -- from Folk to Jazz and Celtic to Blues.