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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.More from Radio Times »

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Documentaries and the line between journalism and entertainment

Guests: Jane Kirtley, Joe Berlinger Sunday's premier of HBO's newest offering, "Going Clear," marks the latest addition to the growing trend of popular documentaries. Previously, consumers had enjoyed the likes of WBEZ's Serial podcast, as well as HBO's [...]

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Love the second (or third) time around

Guests: Helen Fisher and Pepper Schwartz Americans are living longer and increasingly, after the loss of a loved one either by death or through divorce, older folks are looking for love again. But the decision to enter the [...]

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The effect of immigration on jobs; why jobs are moving away from where people live

Guests: Adam Davidson, Natalie Holmes President Obama's executive action on immigration is facing challenges from Congress and there's a lawsuit filed by 26 states. One of the most common charges against immigration is that immigrants take jobs away [...]

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Elliot Ackerman's debut novel "Green on Blue"

Guest: Elliot Ackerman ELLIOT ACKERMAN served eight years in the military as both an infantry and special operations officer in the United States Marine Corps. During that time, he earned a Silver Star and Purple Heart for his [...]

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The Latest in Solar Energy Developments Nationally and Locally

Guests: Bobby Magill, Vera Cole, and David Wright In this hour of Radio Times, guest host Jeff Brady will be discussing the latest national news about solar energy and the solar industry with BOBBY MAGILL, a senior science [...]

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Radio Times in Review

Guests: Kristen Downey, Joshua Foer, Terell Stafford Coming up on today's edition of Radio Times in Review: We'll hear about the life and work of FDR's Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, who some believe should replace Andrew Jackson [...]

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Ballot Talks: advice for the next mayor – education

Guests: William Wade, Kate Shaw, Shereda Cromwell, Christine Carlson On this week's edition of Ballot Talks, we take a look at the continuing school crisis in Philadelphia and ask a panel of guests what advice they'd give the [...]

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Jonathan Waldman's "Rust: The Longest War"

Guests: Jonathan Waldman and Alyssha Eve Csuk Rust costs the United States around $400 billion per year, more than the cost of hurricanes, tornadoes, landslides and other weather events combined, but this slow-moving and insidious threat to our nation's [...]

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Zephyr Teachout on corruption in America

Guests: Zephyr Teachout There's nothing new about political corruption according to our guest, law professor ZEPHYR TEACHOUT. In fact, she says, the framers of the Constitution were well aware of its potential influence on the fledgling democracy. In [...]

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Rethinking playgrounds

Guests: Amy Fusselman, Susan Solomon Are American playgrounds too safe with their wood chip-padded grounds, the plastic equipment, and fenced-in yards? In "adventure" playgrounds, a new kind of playground in Japan and Europe, kids are given matches, hammers, [...]

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