WDIY host, Waldemar Vinovskis, previews the Allentown Symphony Orchestra concerts entitled "New World" with Conductor and Music Director Diane Wittry, along with Schadt competition winner and soloist, Ji Won Song and conducting fellow, Marc-André Bougie. The concerts will be performed Saturday, March 16, 8:00pm and Sunday, March 17, 3:00pm.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with John Paul Marosy, Executive Director of Everyday Life, and the author of Elder-Care, A Six-Step Guide to Balancing Work and Family. He gives us information about the resources we have available to us within the community should we find ourselves taking care of a loving parent or grandparent.
Hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle chat with Jill Dunn, artistic director at Pennsylvania Youth Theatre, and Alex Zolgelsand and Sophie Kitch-Peck, actors from "The Hobbit", now showing at the Ice House in Bethlehem. Also joining our hosts, will be artistic director Josh Neth and actor Samantha Beedle of Allentown Public Theatre, talking about their newest production "Parallel Lives."
Kicking off Women's History Month, host Pamela Varkony will interview two of the Lehigh Valley's trailblazers, Diane Wittry, composer, author, entrepreneur, and the first woman conductor of the Allentown Symphony, as well as Dr. Stephanie Olexa, scientist, philanthropist, and the only woman to serve as president of the Lehigh Valley Angel Investors. Join Pamela and her guests for this live conversation. (Original air date March 7, 2013.)
In this week’s program host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Stacey Zaremba, Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies at Moravian College, and Randi Blauth, President of the Bethlehem branch of the American Association of University Women. The three discuss the perception of women in today’s media. (Original air date March 4, 2013).