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Local guests announced for national broadcast of Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know? Live from the Forum in Harrisburg

Written by witf.org | Sep 28, 2011 6:28 PM

Expect the unexpected when a political pollster, a winemaker, a rock band and a criminal defense attorney join Michael Feldman on Whad’Ya Know this Saturday, October 1st, for a live national broadcast.

  • G. Terry Madonna, Director of the Center for Politics and Public Affairs at Franklin and Marshall College, and frequent guest on witf’s Radio Smart Talk, will be on hand to banter about the Commonwealth’s politics and politicians.
  • Winemaker Carl Helrich, owner of Allegro Vineyards, a small, family-owned vineyard in south-central Pennsylvania producing premium European-styled wines.
  • Corky Goldstein, a criminal defense attorney in federal, state, and county courts, and former prosecutor in Philadelphia.
  • Musical guest American Babies, featuring Tom Hamilton on guitar, piano and vocals, Dave Butler on drums; Mark Karwan on bass and guitar and Adam Flicker on piano and organ. Formerly with the group Brothers Past, Hamilton now calls his music “loose, rolling and full of vibe.”

 

During each show Feldman employs his off-the-cuff style to interview local guests, chat with audience members and play a rollicking round of the Whad’Ya Know? Quiz. Witty asides, banter with announcer Jim Packard, and jazz from the Whad’Ya Know? Trio round out the on-air entertainment.

Presented by witf, which airs Feldman’s show each Sunday at 11 am, this will be Feldman’s fourth visit to Harrisburg. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by calling 717-214-ARTS. Ticketholders are asked to be seated by 10:30 AM for the 11:00 AM broadcast.

Each week Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know? airs on 200 public radio stations through PRI-Public Radio International, reaching nearly 1 million listeners across the United States. Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know? airs Sundays at 11:00 AM on witf 89.5 Harrisburg and 93.3 in Chambersburg.

The program is also broadcast via streaming on witf.org, wpr.org and podcast at www.notmuch.com.

Feldman’s appearance at the Forum is made possible by Jan L. Brown and Associates, a law office for older persons and their families, providing legal advice on estate planning, wills and trusts; and elder law, nursing home and asset protection planning.

Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know? is produced by Wisconsin Public Radio and lives on the web at www.notmuch.com. Become a Facebook Fan or Twitter Follower of Whad’Ya Know? or follow Michael Feldman.

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