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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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Ballot Talks: Discussing the Republican Party in Philadelphia

Guests: Joe DeFelice, Seth Kaufer, Dave Kralle In this week's edition of Ballot Talks: we take a look at the state of the Republican Party in Philadelphia. With many unsatisfied with the Democratic dominance in the city, how [...]

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The problems with biofuels and feeding the world's growing population

Guest: Timothy Searchinger Biofuels, such as corn ethanol and soybean diesel, have been heralded as a strategy to combat climate change and increase our energy independence. But a new report from the World Resources Institute finds that growing [...]

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The State of NJ Governor Chris Christie's Presidential Aspirations

Guests: Kate Zernike, Charles Stile, and John Brabender Last year, Chris Christie was the darling of the Republican Party. Seen as someone who could appeal to a broad swath of voters, many thought he could mount a formidable […]

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Talking to kids about money

Guest: Ron Lieber Kids ask a lot of questions about money. Are we rich? How much money do you make? Why is our house so much smaller than my friend's? So what's the best way to teach them […]

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Graeme Wood's "What ISIS Really Wants" and a Response from The Intercept's Murtaza Hussain

Guests: Graeme Wood and Murtaza Hussain In this hour of Radio Times, we hear from GRAEME WOOD, lecturer in political science at Yale University and a contributing editor to The Atlantic, about his new piece "What ISIS Really […]

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Making ends meet as an artist in the 21st century

Guests: Kristin Thomson, Amy Smith What does it take to make your living as an artist in the 21st century? While it's never been an easy feat, a lot has changed in the past ten years to complicate […]

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When science and personal beliefs clash

Guests: Joel Achenbach and Brendan Nyhan Many Americans are convinced that global warming exists, that vaccines are safe and effective, and that evolution is a fact. But despite the scientific proof offered, for some, there is still doubt […]

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All about taste and flavors with writer John McQuaid

Guest: John McQuaid Of all the senses, taste is the most complex. In his new book, Tasty, science writer JOHN McQUAID explains how taste has played an important role in the evolution of humans. He also answers the […]

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Nutritional supplements: quality and safety questioned

Guests: Sarah Erush, Anahad O’Connor The New York attorney general's office tested popular nutritional supplements and found that most of them didn't contain the herb or product they advertised. Instead of ginseng, St. John's wart or Echinacea, the […]

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Radio Times in Review: Author Amos Oz, Basketball icon Dr. J, Guitarist Tommy Emmanuel

Guests: Amos Oz, Julius Erving, Tommy Emmanuel Coming up on today's edition of Radio Times in Review, we'll hear Marty's 2011 discussion from Israeli writer, AMOS OZ, whose first book, Where the Jackals Howl, was published 50 years […]

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