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Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane is an intelligent talk show dealing with issues of the Delaware Valley, as well as issues of national and global concern. Radio Times is produced by WHYY in Philadelphia.
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We discuss the impeachment hearing and the testimony of Bill Taylor and George Kent before House Intelligence Committee.
The financial collapse of 2008 led to many Americans losing their homes, while others profited. Today, unfair lending practices continue to benefit well-connected investors.
We unpack Elizabeth Warren's "Medicare for all" plan and the other presidential candidates' health care proposals.
On today's Regional Roundup - Philadelphia councilmember Helen Gym, helping veterans transition after service, and sports stadiums create rooms for children with autism.
Sally Field

Sally Field

2019-11-0700:49:44

Marty talks with Sally Field, about her life, her career, and why acting was such a successful tool for overcoming trauma.
Office space

Office space

2019-11-0700:49:35

Open office plans are supposed to foster collaboration and innovation but most workers hate them. We'll explore how office design impacts productivity, culture and health.
Facebook and the facts

Facebook and the facts

2019-11-0500:48:58

Facebook announced it won't fact check political advertising while Twitter announced its ban on all political advertising. What role do these platforms play in our democracy?
In the 1950’s, the CIA began a secret mind control program called MK-ULTRA and they hired chemist Sidney Gottlieb who was given free rein to experiment on unwitting subjects.
This week: What is Marcys Law, the ballot question in question, the races to look at in Tuesday's Philadelphia elections, and a new biography of Harriet Tubman.
Historian Richard Bell tells the story of the "reverse underground railroad" and of five black boys who were kidnapped 1825 Philadelphia and sold into slavery in the south.
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Rebecca Fouts

He listed tons of food I can't eat. I do BEST on red meat. I can't tolerate whole grain, do better on refined grains. I get sick when I eat fish. So sorry, I'll keep my red meat! And LOTS of it. I'm a type O - I'm a neat eater. Besides, if the seaweed experiments continue, the methane from cows will be cut by 90%. And you get as much meat from mini cows with less hay/grain.

Jan 26th
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