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An intelligent talk show dealing with issues of the Delaware Valley, as well as issues of national and global concern.

An intelligent talk show dealing with issues of the Delaware Valley, as well as issues of national and global concern.

Location:

Philadelphia, PA

Networks:

WHYY

Description:

An intelligent talk show dealing with issues of the Delaware Valley, as well as issues of national and global concern.

Language:

English


Episodes

Sam Sifton on cooking for family and friends

2/20/2020
New York Times food editor Sam Sifton talks about making meals for family and friends and the pleasures of Sunday dinners.

Duration:00:49:43

Democrats debate in Las Vegas

2/20/2020
We discuss last night's Democratic debate in Las Vegas and how the six candidates fared just days before the Nevada caucuses.

Duration:00:48:58

Short shaming and heightism

2/19/2020
President Trump has a habit of teasing his opponents and critics for being short, most recently Mike Bloomberg. But for short people, this is probably not a shock.

Duration:00:48:57

AG Barr’s DOJ

2/18/2020
We discuss AG William Barr's interference in the Roger Stone case, his relationship with the President and what it says about independence within the Department of Justice.

Duration:00:49:40

Regional Roundup: translating the Odyssey, Sacred Harp singing, Harriet Tubman

2/17/2020
For President's Day, we bring you some of the best segments from the Regional Roundup archives.

Duration:00:49:59

Solitude and the creative life

2/14/2020
Author Fenton Johnson joins Marty to talk about his decision to live in relative solitude. Then, we discuss the nuances of modern marriage with sociologist Kristi Williams.

Duration:00:48:57

Are we overparenting?

2/13/2020
Psychologist Madeline Levine talks about her book, "Ready of Not" which offers advice for parenting in anxious times.

Duration:00:49:48

Fear and the coronavirus

2/12/2020
Should the Americans be worried about the coronavirus? We start off discussing coronavirus containment in Philly, and then we talk about the psychology of risk assessment.

Duration:00:48:56

“Driving While Black”

2/11/2020
Historian Gretchen Sorin discusses her book "Driving While Black: African American Travel and the Road to Civil Rights."

Duration:00:49:43

Regional Roundup – 02/10/20

2/10/2020
This week: we catch up on the latest news in New Jersey government, Sister Mary Scullion on poverty and the State of the Union, and why are there so few librarians in Pa.?

Duration:00:49:45

Battleground 2020: Election reform in Pennsylvania

2/7/2020
Changes in Pennsylvania's election processes go into effect by the April 28th primary. We'll talk about what it means for voters and the election outcome.

Duration:00:49:28

School choice takes center stage

2/6/2020
We discuss the debate over school choice in Pennsylvania and the Trump administration's push to expand it.

Duration:00:49:44

State of the Union and the Iowa caucus

2/5/2020
We discuss President Trump's State of the Union address with two Republican analysts. Then, what happened in Iowa?

Duration:00:49:00

“Wilmington’s Lie”

2/4/2020
David Zucchino's book "Wilmington's Lie" tells the little-known history of the white supremacist riot and coup of 1898 in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Duration:00:48:58

Regional Roundup – 02/03/20

2/3/2020
This week: an update on the Pa. Statehouse, fighting "dark money" in N.J., and Bucks County DA on why he's suing JUUL.

Duration:00:49:41

Impeachment winds down

1/31/2020
We talk about the arguments and legal tactics used by Trump's defense team in the Senate impeachment hearings, as well as the effects of the John Bolton leaks.

Duration:00:49:00

The special bond between dogs and humans

1/30/2020
Humans have always had a unique connection to dogs. We'll discuss how the human-dog relationship has evolved and why our bond is so strong.

Duration:00:48:58

SEPTA’s new general manager, Leslie Richards

1/29/2020
She joins us to talk about her plans to bring the transit authority up to date and create an equitable transportation system.

Duration:00:48:58

My General Tubman

1/28/2020
We talk to the creative team behind the new play "My General Tubman" about Harriet Tubman's life and her continuing significance.

Duration:00:48:58

Regional Roundup – 01/27/20

1/27/2020
This week: remembering Kobe Bryant, a new promising gene therapy treatment for muscular dystrophy, and teaching kids how to avoid domestic abuse.

Duration:00:48:56