Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Rich Herschlag, writer and co-producer of The Tennis Team, and Bill Staples, executive producer of the Tennis Team. The two have created a film to help us understand the impact of bullying on our children and what we can do to prevent it and censure it in order to take a firm active position for the well-being of our children. (Original air date September 23, 2013.)
"Hungry for Answers: Food Insecurity in the Lehigh Valley. and beyond" is the topic this week’s program. Co-host John Pearce and Ray Schwab welcome three guests who work on the problem of undernourishment: Rev. Dianne Kareha, chaplain at Luthercrest, Marcie Lightwood, Trinity Soup Kitchen and Janet Ney, CACLV (Community Action Committee of the L.V.). Join us to hear about hunger in our own country -- a serious problem. (Original air date September 26, 2013.)
In this week's Economic Pulse, Dr. Kamran Afshar gives us a synopsis of the week's economic news, and takes a detailed look at the housing market in the Lehigh Valley. He also gives us insight into important issues to watch in the coming week. (Original air date September 27, 2013.)
On the next Galactic Travels, the month-long Special Focus on Dave Luxton begins. The Featured CD at Midnight will be Portal on Wayfarer Records. Music by musicians appearing at area concerts will be featured. Tonight's program is dedicated to Killer Haven/Burning Artist(s) Sale, a.k.a.
On Galactic Travels, the Special Focus for October is Dave Luxton. Originally from northern New England, Dave is drawn to music by its magical power to evoke emotion and communicate the human experience. Creating music with synthesizers since childhood, Dave creates video and film scores as well as his own albums.
Lafayette College’s seventeenth president, Dr. Alison Byerly will join host Sally Handlon as they talk about the College, Dr. Byerly’s first three months as President and her thoughts on higher education in the 21st century. (Original air date September 19, 2013.)
The 26th annual Celtic Classic Highland Games and Festival returns to Bethlehem this weekend, and it is sure to be jam-packed with fun activities for the whole family. Here are five highlights of the weekend you can look forward to: