Alan Jennings examines the history and future of The Morning Call with its recent purchase by Alden Global Capital. He invites Morning Call reporter Kayla Dwyer and editor-in-chief Mike Miorelli to explain the struggles of the newspaper industry, the threat of its demise from digital media, and the importance of reporting local news.
Sunday at 9 pm, Bill Rudman presents: "Morning People/Night People". You'll hear songs to help you defend your position, performed by Angela Lansbury, Barbara Cook, and more.
Tuesday at 6 pm, the On the Media looks at why we are still in "emergency mode"; the "authoritarian mullet"; and the Critical Race Theory boogeyman.
Thursday at 11 pm, the Special Focus on Colin Rayment continues. The Featured CD is "Beyond the Aurora" + Agebjörn & Ögren, La Ponto Ensemblo, Beyond Berlin, Volker Lankow.
Friday at 6 pm, TED speakers dive into stories of connection — and even love — in the sea. Featuring: Catherine Mohr, Marah Hardt, Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, and Mandë Holford.
Host Michael Drabenstott explores the culinary, distillery, and the winery arts in and around the Lehigh Valley, the first Monday of each month at 6 pm.
WDIY's award-winning quarterly program hosted by Rayna Malhotra, bringing you groundbreaking innovation in the STEM disciplines--entirely from a teenage perspective.