NPR News Special Correspondent Michele Norris stopped by WDIY this afternoon for a short visit with donors, board members and staff. Ms. Norris is in town as part of Lehigh University's Martin Luther King celebration. She will give the keynote presentation this afternoon (1/24) at 4:30pm at Lehigh's Packard Lab, which will be followed by a book signing and reception, all of which is free and open to the public.
Two renowned local photographers take to the airwaves in this week's show. Host Lydia Panas speaks with Theo Anderson about his two current exhibits, at the Williams Center for the Arts and the State Theater in Easton.
WDIY will have two of Anderson's prints from his “Where’s Joe? The Ghost of Bethlehem Steel” series available as part of the silent auction happening at their Winter Blast Fundraising Party on February 2 at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown. (Original air date, January 21, 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow speaks with Michael Clancy, Reverse Mortgage Specialist and Branch Manager of Gateway Funding to help us explore the positive and negative effects of a reverse mortgage, and to understand the upcoming Federal government changes to the existing procedure. (Original air date, January 21, 2013.)
Highlights of exciting upcoming events at Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown, will be shared with our audience as Executive Director Sheila Evans chats about the January 26th Koresh Dance performance, the Met Live in HD series, the Family Series and upcoming concerts by Allentown Symphony Orchestra. George Miller and Kate Scuffle host.
Host Eleanor Bobrow interviews Julia Schopick, author of Honest Medicine; a book she wrote to help readers understand the need to investigate all treatment options for illness, so that we can better understand some remarkable, yet often overlooked, therapies that can improve our lives.