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).
John Pearce talks with Andrey Beskorovainiy and Allen Smith, both of whom are involved in a Russian Ministries "twinning" project, which has been developed to overcome cold war and denominational stereotypes between Russia and the U.S.
This week’s topic is Judaism and Islam in the United States. Co-hosts John Pearce and Ray Schwab will interview Dr. Sharon Albert of Muhlenberg College. She teaches religion studies and lectures on Islam. Listeners will have an opportunity to call-in during the program with their questions. (Original air date February 28, 2013).
WDIY is offering a special trip to Ireland, hosted by Celtic Faire host Rick Weaver, November 13-20, 2013. Stops on the trip include Dublin, Guiness Storehouse, Blarney Castle, Killarney, Dingle Peninsula, Cliffs of Moher and Ashford Castle, with plenty of free time to add a few pub visits between stops.
For detailed information, or to reserve your space, please call Rebecca at 610-694-8100 x 7, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Host Waldemar Vinovskis talks with Sang Lee and Ben Capps, both finalists in the 17th Annual Schadt String Competition for Cello, happening March 1-3 at Miller Symphony Hall. Each cellist also performs live in the studio during the interview.
The Special Focus for March is Steve Roach from Tucson, Arizona. Steve is a pioneering cornerstone of electronic music. An internationally renowned artist, Steve Roach has dedicated over three decades to exploring uncharted soundworlds that connect with a timeless source of inspiration.
George and Kate talk with Pat Kelly and Sue Sneeringer. Both are cast members of Tracy Letts darkly comic play "August: Osage County," playing March 1 - 10 at the Civic Theatre in Allentown. (Original air date February 25, 2013).