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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.



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Girls in the Boy Scouts / Iran deal / undermining the ACA

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 10:00:32 +0000

Guests: Kate Tuttle, Dan De Luce, Mary Agnes Carey

We begin our show today talking about the Boy Scouts and their decision to integrate girls into their organization. Writer and critic KATE TUTTLE thinks that the move is a cheap publicity stunt, and she’ll join us to tell us why. Then, we’ll talk with Foreign Policy’s DAN De LUCE about Trump’s decision not to certify the Iran Deal, how negotiations will move forward, and what the move means for international diplomacy and nuclear nonproliferation. Lastly, we’ll hear about Trump’s latest effort to undermine the Affordable Care Act. MARY AGNES CAREY, senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News will tell us how this will effect health insurance in America.

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Weinstein and how to treat sex offenders

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 10:00:28 +0000

Guests: Margaret Sullivan, Vicki Magley, Brandi Stewart

The Harvey Weinstein scandal is continuing to unfold, and is opening up a variety of conversations about sexual abuse, power, enablers, and bystanders. Washington Post media columnist MARGARET SULLIVAN joins us to discuss how Hollywood and the press were complicit in Weinstein’s predatory behavior, and how powerful men use their status to shield themselves from being held accountable for their actions. Then, we’ll talk about sexual harassment in the workplace with VICKI MAGLEY, professor of psychological sciences at the University of Connecticut, and with BRANDI STEWART, psychologist and Director of Clinical Services at the Joseph J. Peters Institute, about how men become sex offenders and the best ways to treat their disorder.

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Van Jones’ “Beyond The Messy Truth”

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 10:00:06 +0000

VAN JONES, CNN political contributor, host and longtime social activist, has been trying to build bridges across party lines. He’s even traveled across the country to speak with Americans about the issues that matter to them most. In his new book, Beyond the Messy TruthHow We Came Apart, How We Come Together, Jones argues that both Democrats and Republicans have let down the American people for a long time even before President Donald Trump. In this hour, Marty talks with Jones about how both parties should take responsibility for the nation’s polarizing politics and how the nation can move forward and focus on real solutions which will bring about meaningful change.

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E.J. Dionne and Norman Ornstein’s “One Nation After Trump”

Wed, 11 Oct 2017 10:00:31 +0000

E.J. DIONNE JR. and NORMAN ORNSTEIN are veteran political watchers having covered many Presidents and Congressional officials over the years. In their new book, One Nation After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet Deported, they argue that American democracy was never supposed to give the nation a president like Donald Trump. In this hour, Marty talks with Dionne and Ornstein about how Trump was able to exploit the politics of the GOP to win election and how the country can come together around their Charter for American Working Families.

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Birth control / soap ad controversy / Weinstein

Tue, 10 Oct 2017 04:01:43 +0000

Guests: Gretchen Borchelt, Yaba Blay, Kim Masters

We begin today’s show discussing the Trump administration’s new policy allowing employers to omit birth control from their health care coverage on religious grounds. GRETCHEN BORCHELT, vice president for reproductive rights and health at the National Women’s Law Center joins Marty to give us her concerns. Then, we’ll discuss the Dove’s ad for body wash where a black women removes her brown shirt and underneath is a white woman in a light shirt. Some say the ad suggested a racist message, and others say the ad was meant to represent the diversity of women. YABA BLAY, a professor, researcher and ethnographer, will discuss the ad, which Dove pulled, and give historical context to soap advertising.  And we’ll close out the hour discussing Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, and how he was able to get away with sexual harassment for more than three decades. KIM MASTERS, editor-at-large of the Hollywood Reporter and host of KCRW’s The Business.

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Sexual Assault on College Campuses

Mon, 09 Oct 2017 14:47:30 +0000

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos rescinded the Obama-era guidelines for how colleges investigate sexual misconduct complaints, saying she wanted to ensure equal justice to both the victim and the accused. Her decision was praised by those who believed the Obama rules denied the due process rights of the accused. However critics argue that the new directive will effectively silence assault victims by making it more difficult for them to come forward. This hour, we’ll discuss the Department of Education changes to how colleges handle sexual assault complaints and the effect it will have on victims and the accused. Marty’s guests are JEANNIE SUK GERSEN, Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, and NEENA CHAUDHRY, director of education and senior counsel at the National Women’s Law Center.

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Social media’s unintended consequences

Fri, 06 Oct 2017 17:21:27 +0000

Guests: Alexis Madrigal, April Glaser, Alexandra Petri

As the probe into Russian election meddling continues, we are learning more about social media’s role in disseminating misinformation during the 2016 Presidential election has emerged.  There are also problems beyond the election as well. Google’s news algorithm recently spread fake news following the Las Vegas shooting which identified a false suspect. Today on the show, we’ll talk about the role that Facebook, Twitter, and Google play in how Americans get their information and misinformation. We’ll also explore what they should, and shouldn’t, do in order to protect the public from fabrications, pranks, conspiracy theories, hoaxes, and propaganda. We’ll be joined by ALEXIS MADRIGAL of The Atlantic and APRIL GLASER of Slate. Then, we’ll talk about the love-hate relationship that journalists have with Twitter when we’re joined by humor columnist ALEXANDRA PETRI of The Washington Post.

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Puerto Rico’s financial problems

Thu, 05 Oct 2017 16:31:44 +0000

Guests: Jenna Johnson, Amilcar Antonio Barreto

What did President Trump mean when he said that Puerto Rico has “thrown our budget out of whack?” The remark potentially refers to the debt crisis that has been facing the island for years now, and their inability to declare bankruptcy. Their financial difficulties are going to be even more amplified during the rebuilding effort following Hurricane Maria. Today on the show, we’ll talk about the root causes of Puerto Rico’s economic troubles, and look back at how it’s been affected by their history as an American territory without statehood has affected this. We’re joined by AMILCAR ANTONIO BARRETO, associate professor of cultures, societies, and global studies at Northeastern University. But first, we’ll get the latest news about Puerto Rico following the President’s visit when we speak to JENNA JOHNSON of The Washington Post.

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Julie Lythcott-Haims’ “Real American: A Memoir”

Wed, 04 Oct 2017 16:16:29 +0000

Guest: Julie Lythcott-Haims

Growing up as the only child of an African American father and a white British mother in small, mostly white American town was extremely isolating for JULIE LYTHCOTT-HAIMS. With her dark skin and afro, she looked different than her classmates. Even her family’s upper-middle class privilege set her apart from her less affluent peers. In this hour, Marty talks with Lythcott-Haimsabout her life growing up as a biracial woman navigating American racism, and about her new book, Real American: A Memoir.

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The Vegas Massacre

Tue, 03 Oct 2017 15:37:07 +0000

Guests: Casey Morell, Frida Ghitis, Dannagal Young

The carnage that occurred Sunday night in Las Vegas was the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. As the nation struggles to understand the unfathomable horror of the incident, there are many questions have that remerged each time an event like this occurs. Today, we’ll talk about how we are processing the shooting, the responsibility of the press in covering the event as well as the shooter himself, what defines “terrorism,” and potential solutions for preventing this in the future. We’ll be joined by FRIDA GHITIS, world affairs columnist for CNN, World Politics Review and the Miami Herald, and by DANNAGAL YOUNG, Associate professor of communication at the University of Delaware. But first, we’ll get the latest from Las Vegas with CASEY MORELL, producer at KNPR in Nevada gives us an update on the Las Vegas shooting.

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Trump’s tax plan

Mon, 02 Oct 2017 15:46:30 +0000

Guests: Binyamin Appelbaum, Michael Knoll

The Trump administration announced the outline of their tax reform plan last week. While many details have not been released, their blueprint includes reducing the corporate rate from 35% to 20%, eliminating the Estate Tax and the Alternative Minimum Tax, reducing the number tax brackets, and increasing the standard deduction. Critics say the plan is a boon for wealthy Americans, but the White House says it mostly benefits the middle class. In this hour, we’ll examine Trump’s tax plan, look at who it will help and who it will hurt, and how it will affect the economy.  Marty’s guests are MICHAEL KNOLL, law professor and co-director of the Center for Tax Law and Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, and BINYAMIN APPELBAUM, Washington correspondent for The New York Times.

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Trump’s feud with activist athletes

Fri, 29 Sep 2017 17:33:46 +0000

Guests: Jesse Washington, Rich Lowry, Richard Allen Smith

This Sunday, millions of Americans will be tuning in to watch football, but the National Anthem may end up being the main event for many of these games. Since President Trump called players who kneel during the National Anthem “sons of bitches,” adding that team owners should fire them, the national debate over the appropriateness of protesting the Anthem, and the flag. Initially intended to bring attention to police brutality of the African-American community, now the conversation has now shifted to patriotism, as well as the right to protest and free speech. Today on the show, we’ll discuss all of this with JESSE WASHINGTON, senior writer for ESPN’s The Undefeated, and with RICH LOWRY, editor of National Review. We’ll also hear from RICHARD ALLEN SMITH, a veteran and one of the authors of an open letter in support of Colin Kaepernick.

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Salman Rushdie, “The Golden House”

Thu, 28 Sep 2017 15:38:57 +0000

Guest: Salman Rushdie

SALMAN RUSHDIE’s new novel, The Golden House, involves a mysterious and wealthy immigrant family who moves into a pricey neighborhood in Manhattan. A young filmmaker gets drawn into the family’s secrets, which they had hoped to leave behind in India. The story begins with Obama’s inauguration and ends with the election of a character Rushdie calls The Joker. Rushdie says he wrote the book because he wanted to explore identity and what it means to be an American in the age of Trump.  Rushdie comes in to talk with Marty about his new novel, free speech, censorship and politics.

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Checking up on HUD, the EPA, and the Department of the Interior

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 04:01:02 +0000

Guests: Alec MacGillis, Christine Todd Whitman, Juliet Eilperin

We’ll get caught up on what’s been going on behind the doors of three federal agencies under the Trump administration – Housing and Urban Development, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of the Interior.  We start with ProPublica’s ALEC MACGILLIS, who tells us how Secretary Ben Carson is operating HUD. Then, CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN, former EPA Secretary under George W. Bush, shares her concerns that EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt’s is burying climate science. And, we’ll end the hour with a look at Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s recommendations to shrink the size of s national monuments and open some protected lands to hunting, grazing, timber harvesting and oil drilling. We’ll talk with JULIET EILPERIN, Washington Post senior national affairs correspondent.

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Dems line up behind Medicare-for-all, GOP tries to repeal ACA

Fri, 22 Sep 2017 04:01:06 +0000

Guests: Jeff Stein, Walter Tsou, Micah Weinberg

When Sen. Bernie Sanders introduced a single-payer healthcare bill to the Senate in 2014, no other Democrats were willing to sign onto the bill. But now, one third of Senate Democrats are in support of a similar bill, introduced last week. Among the Dems willing to endorse Sanders’ legislation are high-profile potential candidates for president, including Senators Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, and Elizabeth Warren. We’ll talk with Vox reporter, JEFF STEIN about what’s in Sanders’ bill, the push for Democrats to embrace single-payer, as well as the GOP’s final push to repeal Obamacare. Then, we’ll discuss the merits and drawbacks of a single-payer system. We’ll talk to, physician and past president of the American Public Health Association WALTER TSOU, and with MICAH WEINBERG, President of the Bay Area Council Economic Institute.

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Equifax and cybersecurity; PA budget

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 04:01:12 +0000

Guests: John Baer, Matt Blaze, Fahmida Rashid

Have you visited the Equifax website to find out if you’re data – your social security and driver’s license numbers – were stolen during their massive security breach? Half of all Americans personal information is reportedly at risk. But a recent poll shows that while most consumers are worried about the Equifax hack, few are taking action to protect themselves. This hour, we’ll look more closely at the Equifax breach and what it reveals about our security online with MATT BLAZE, associate professor of computer science at the University of Pennsylvania and FAHMIDA RASHID, senior writer for CSO. We’ll also discuss the steps we should all be taking to safeguard our information. But first; another year, another budget battle in Harrisburg. Daily News columnist JOHN BAER joins us to talk about the proposed budget, impasse, what’s holding up an agreement.

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Trump’s U.N. address; Dinosaurs and prehistoric fish

Wed, 20 Sep 2017 04:01:00 +0000

Guests: Ed Luce, Kenneth Lacovara, Ted Daeschler

Digging up 350 million year old fish fossils in Antarctica and unearthing gigantic dinosaur bones in the Patagonian Desert – that’s the work of our two guests today. KENNETH LACOVARA and TED DAESCHLER are two local fossil hunters who comb the Earth for clues to our prehistoric past. Lacovara is a Rowan University paleontologist and Dean who discovered the enormous dinosaur, Dreadnoughtus, a few years ago. He has a new book, Why Dinosaurs Matter, that argues that ancient life has a lot to teach us about ourselves. Daeschler, an associate curator of vertebrate zoology at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, recently returned from an expedition to Antarctica where he was searching for fossils that will reveal how life transitioned from sea to land. Marty talks with Daeschler and Lacovara about their work, their adventures, and what we’re learning about Earth and its creatures that lives hundreds of millions of years ago. But first, we’ll talk with Financial Times columnist, ED LUCE, about President Trump’s speech to the U.N. on Tuesday.

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Amazon in Philly? / The Suffrage Movement

Tue, 19 Sep 2017 04:01:29 +0000

Guests: Angela Dodson, Will Bunch, Adam Ozimek

Abigail Adam’s once admonished her husband John Adams, in a letter from 1776, to “remember the ladies,” as he and members of the Continental Congress as they began writing the laws of the new nation. Author ANGELA DODSON takes the title of her new book on women’s suffrage from Adam’s letter. We start out this hour, talking with Dodson about, Remember the Ladies and the long struggle for women’s right to vote in the United States.   Then, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is courting Amazon to make Philadelphia home to their 2nd headquarters. Would this bring a much-needed economic boom to the city, or would an influx of new high-paid residents drive up the cost of living for the residents? We’ll be joined by Philadelphia Daily News columnist, WILL BUNCH, and by Moody’s senior economist, ADAM OZIMEK.

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The Vietnam War: serving, then coming home

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 00:01:22 +0000

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Guests: Ralph Galati, Ertell Whigham, Marsha Four, Peter Yeomans

This hour, we’ll listen to Marty’s conversation about Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s much anticipated 10 part PBS documentary about the Vietnam War. Marty spoke with four guests at the Museum of the American Revolution last week about what it was like to serve in Vietnam, and about how the experience changed them. Veteran RALPH GALATI, was shot down and imprisoned at the infamous “Hanoi Hilton” alongside John McCain. ERTELL WHIGHAM  Marine Corps veteran served in Vietnam in 1969, and MARSHA FOUR worked as a nurse in Vietnam in 1969. We’ll also hear from psychologist PETER YEOMANS, who works at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center and studies PTSD and something called “moral injury.”

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