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  1. The Secret Life of Secrets2022/06/21

    In The Secret Life of Secrets, Michael Slepian reveals how secrets impact our minds, relationships and more, and gives strategies to make them easier to carry around with us.

  2. Regional Roundup: June 20th 20222022/06/20

    A new mental health hotline expected to roll out; carriage horse protesters back on the street; we remember Dr. Fred Simeone who passed away at the age of 86.

  3. Watergate’s 50th anniversary and the Jan 6 committee hearings2022/06/17

    As the anniversary of the Watergate scandal falls between two Jan 6 committee hearings, we look back at history, American perception of the presidency and what's changed.

  4. Fed rate hike and recession worries2022/06/16

    The Federal Reserve raised interest rates a surprising .75% to try to tame record high inflation. Is it too little, too late? And will slowing inflation trigger a recession?

  5. Return to the office?2022/06/15

    Some employers are demanding remote workers return to the office but a majority want to stay at home. Lessons from remote and in-person work this hour.

  6. The Jan. 6 hearing and the ‘big lie’2022/06/13

    The second Jan. 6 hearing showed former President Trump was told repeatedly there was no election fraud but still pushed 'the big lie' in an attempt to overturn the election

  7. Jan. 6 hearing: what we learned and what it means2022/06/10

    What did we learn from last night's Jan. 6 select committee hearing about the efforts to overturn the 2020 election, the attack on the Capitol and who is culpable?

  8. ‘The Facemaker:’ the pioneering surgeon who mended WWI soldiers’ faces2022/06/09

    Lindsey Fitzharris on the work of Harold Gillies, whose innovative plastic surgery techniques mended the maimed and broken faces of WWI soldiers.

  9. Philadelphia’s cycle of gun violence: trauma, healing and possible solutions2022/06/08

    After Saturday's mass shooting in Philadelphia, Police Commissioner Outlaw and three anti-gun violence advocates talk about how to make Philly streets safe.

  10. Elijah Anderson on ‘Black in White Space’2022/06/07

    Sociologist and author Elijah Anderson joins us to discuss his new book, 'Black in White Space: The Enduring Impact of Color in Everyday Life.'

  11. The Regional Roundup: June 6, 20222022/06/06

    A mass shooting on South Street; McCormick concedes the GOP primary race for the Senate; WHYY's latest podcast, "March On: The Fight for Pride"; gambling addiction rises in PA

  12. A guide to moving through grief2022/06/03

    Rebecca Soffer, co-founder of the Modern Loss website and community, shares tools, exercises, thoughts and practical advice for grieving in "The Modern Loss Handbook."

  13. Gun violence and why we can’t agree on policy solutions2022/06/02

    America is awash with guns but unable to pass policies that make citizens safer. How are beliefs about guns and the Second Amendment derailing the gun safety conversation?

  14. How to prepare for risky summer travel2022/06/01

    Airline and rental cancellations, hotel prices spiking-- as the world still grapples with the Covid-19 pandemic. What to know about summer travel and preparing for the worst.

  15. What is college worth?2022/05/31

    College enrollment is declining and tuitions are rising. More young people are questioning the value of college and the broken admissions process.

  16. Regional Roundup: May 30, 20222022/05/30

    On this Memorial Day episode of Radio Times: Legendary sports broadcaster Ray Didinger and Sheryl Lee Ralph's iconic performance in Abbott Elementary.

  17. Letting lawns go wild and vacant city lots go green2022/05/27

    Ecologist Douglas Tallamy says should turn our lawns into wild oases for native plants and animals. Also, protecting urban gardens and turning vacant lots into greens spaces.

  18. Can we prevent mass shootings?2022/05/26

    A Texas elementary school, a Buffalo supermarket. many Americans feel resigned to mass shootings. But "Trigger Points" author Mark Follman says we need to focus on prevention

  19. How to live with the threat of Covid2022/05/25

    How do we come to terms with the threat of Covid? Can we return to normal life? Also, what you need to know about the monkeypox outbreak?

  20. “His Name is George Floyd”2022/05/24

    Washington Post reporters Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa on their book, "His Name Is George Floyd: One Man's Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice."

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Radio Times 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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