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Captain Phil's Planet

Captain Phil's Planet welcomes back the planets Poet Laureate Gwynne Garfinkle for an interview discussing her new book, Can’t Find My Way Home.

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Airs Thursday, January 13, from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

A RECKONING IN BOSTON’S James Rutenbeck & Timothy Patrick Mcarthy Up Next on THE SOUNDS OF FILM

James Rutenbeck

tells the story through two adult students--Kafi Dixon and Carl Chandler, who are facing eviction due to redevelopment.

Timothy Patrick McCarthy

is an award-winning scholar, educator, and activist who has taught on the faculty at Harvard University since 2005, where he is Core Faculty at the Kennedy School’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy.

This aired Thursday, January 20, 6-8 PM.

WHY IS WE AMERICANS? Directors Up Next On THE SOUNDS OF FILM

Directors Udi Aloni and Ayana Morris

will be guests on Tom Needham's SOUNDS OF FILM this Thursday, January 13.

The program airs from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

Music Legend Darryl DMC McDaniels Talks New Band GHOST IN THE HALL on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

Music Legend Darryl DMC McDaniels Talks New Band GHOST IN THE HALL on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

GHOST IN THE HALL is an explosive new rock band featuring Run DMC’s Darryl DMC McDaniels, Johnny Juice(Public Enemy), Brian Hardgroove(Public Enemy) and The Oddysy’s bassist/singer KJ.

This historic SOUNDS OF FILM marks the All-Star band’s first extensive public interview.

SUPER BOB EINSTEIN MOVIE Director Up Next on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

THE SUPER BOB EINSTEIN MOVIE director Danny Gold Up Next on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

HBO’s THE SUPER BOB EINSTEIN MOVIE celebrates the life and legacy of the late actor, writer and producer Bob Einstein. Written, produced, and directed by Danny Gold and produced by George Shapiro and Aimee Hyatt, THE SUPER BOB EINSTEIN MOVIE features some of Einstein’s greatest comedic contributions, including his iconic alter-ego Super Dave Osborne, his work both behind and in front of the camera on “The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour,” and his defining role as the unforgettable Marty Funkhouser on HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

The program airs Thursday, December 30, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

Songs for Wintertide II

Songs for Wintertide II encore performance may be viewed at this link: https://youtu.be/8IkYis7K9FA

These artists will participate by sharing songs for the winter/Yuletide season:

The Attention Seekers w/Jesse Terry & Sam Blewitt
The Kennedys
Ray Lambiase

Jez Lowe
Lynn Miles
Ellis Paul
Darryl Purpose
Jesse Terry
Sloan Wainwright
Craig Werth
Brooks Williams
The Wynotte Sisters

VIDEO MUSIC BOX’s Ralph McDaniels Up Next on the SOUNDS OF FILM

Legendary TV Host Ralph McDaniels Talks YOU’RE WATCHING VIDEO MUSIC BOX on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

YOU’RE WATCHING VIDEO MUSIC BOX chronicles the longest-running music video show in the world, Video Music Box, launched and hosted in New York City by visionary DJ and MC Ralph McDaniels. Since its debut in 1983, Video Music Box has remained a Hip Hop mainstay, with McDaniels (or “Uncle Ralph,” as he’s known to legions of fans) serving as a leading Hip Hop influencer, tastemaker and documentarian, showcasing and debuting Hip Hop videos and introducing viewers to future stars like Jay Z, LL Cool J, Nas, Nicki Minaj and Fat Joe long before they were icons of the genre.

Airs Thursday, December 16, 6-8 PM.

Natural Alternatives - Friday, December 17

Explore Empathetic Parenting for Today and Tomorrow with professional educator and psychologist John Scardina and his guest Karen Iacobucci, Associate Head of School at West Chester Friends School

How can children become kind, compassionate and ready to change the world some day?

For a parenting confidence boost in these difficult times during the pandemic and culture divide, listen in on Friday night as Natural Alternative’s new host, John Scardina, discusses how to practice empathetic and connected parenting. Going from telling kids what they think or feel (“eat something” but “I’m not hungry” or “put your coat on” but “I’m not cold”) to deeply connecting with and including children in the necessary tasks of making the family work, helping neighbors and those in need, and raising little ones to make a difference in this world, join in for this inspiring discussion. John and Karen discuss real world examples of school and professional study programs to raise awareness of better listening techniques and ways to think about privilege and pronouns. Learn about Traci Brazley's book Social Justice Parenting.

Parenting can seem overwhelming, especially now, so listen in to get some good tips on how to approach challenges you face on a daily basis. Become good parenting agitators and co-conspirators along with John and Karen!

RICKY POWELL: THE INDIVIDUALIST director Josh Swade Up Next on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

RICKY POWELL: THE INDIVIDUALIST

tells the against-all-odds-story of New York City photographer Ricky Powell, who rose to worldwide fame while capturing one of the wildest, most electric times in popular culture.

From the Beastie Boys to Run DMC to Madonna to Warhol and Basquiat, Powell documented the music, fashion and art scenes of the 1980s and ’90s in downtown New York.

Powell became known as “The Rickster” – a man who wasn’t just covering the scene, he was the scene. RICKY POWELL: THE INDIVIDUALIST is directed by Josh Swade and produced by TIME Studios and SWADE Films.

Airs Thursday, December 9, 6-8 PM.

The Scotty O Show Thanksgiving Special