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The latest from WHYY's radio programming
- The case against traffic court judge Thomasine Tynes; then an Ebola reality check Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — We begin today's show with ANGELA COULOUMBIS from the Philadelphia Inquirer, who'll tell us about the corruption charges brought against former traffic court judge Thomasine Tynes. [...]
- What is GamerGate? Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — Since August, a group of video game enthusiasts has been waging a kind of cultural war aimed at journalists who review video games. At the same time, women who work [...]
- The psychological dynamics of family businesses Voices in the Family — Family firms make up over 80 percent of businesses in the United States – there are about 5.5 million of them. Family businesses account for 60% of the GDP, they employ 63% of the work for and nearly 80% of all new jobs, but their life expectancy is only 24 years.
- Mound no more You Bet Your Garden — It's stupid, senseless, and as ugly as the dogs' breakfast. Mike McGrath, host of You Bet Your Garden, will try to turn the tide against the deadly practice of mounding mulch up onto innocent trees. Plus your fabulous phone calls.
- Tricks on terra-firma, treats overhead Skytalk — Halloween and cross-quarter day comes this Friday with a first quarter moon, followed by All Saints Day November 1st. And then, clocks go back Sunday one hour to Standard Time. Late summer constellations at dusk in the west, Orion peeks above the horizon in the east at 11:00 pm.
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