PhillyCAM is excited to be hosting one of the Philadelphia Podcast Festival's events at our studios in center city! On Satuday July 22nd, three of WPPM's radio shows will be broadcasting live from 12-3 pm in front of a studio audience. Come and check out Craic Radio, Fully Baked Radio, and the Black Tribbles do a special edition of their show for the podcast fest!
12:00 pm — Craic Radio
CRAIC Radio’s “Music Makers” segment will highlight three Philadelphia based artists, Hurricane Hoss, Greg Sover, and Sonja Sofya with live in-studio performances and interviews.
1:00 pm — Fully Baked Radio
Fully Baked radio will feature a live musical perfomance by Ovid the Poet and special guests, The Terp Boys
2:00 pm — Black Tribbles
Soul Tribble Train featuring Zilla Rocca and Ghetto Songbird
About the Shows:
Craic Radio — hosted by Sean Timmons and Fergus Carey
«Craic» is an Irish word for good conversation, lively company and great tunes. So, although their show is not an Irish show as such, they do hope it's the CRAIC! Each week Sean and Fergie share their passion for music, introduce new artists from Ireland, catch listeners up with some things they may have missed and feature an interview with a local artist or music industry professional who is making music that matters. They highlight music that is often overlooked on radio and seek to nurture and support amazing talent, from emerging locals to more established creators.
Fully Baked Radio — hosted by Flip Marlee and Vanessa Maria
Fully Baked Radio, is an urban talk show about cannabis, drug policy, legal issues, and current events hosted by Flip Marlee, the NJ Weedman (Edward Forchion) and Vanessa Maria. FBR features interviews with people working in the cannabis industry, drug policy activists, policy makers, medical cannabis patients, persons formerly incarcerated, and other people affected by the drug war. FBR also features the work of underground artists from Philly and NJ.
Black Tribbles — hosted by Len, Kennedy, Erik, and Jay Rich
Sci-fi, comic books, movies, video games, cartoons; it all gets tossed around by the 5-headed hairy hoard of Black Tribbles—creator/producer Len Webb aka BatTribble, co-producer Kennedy Allen aka Storm Tribble, Erik Darden aka Master Tribble, Randy Green aka SuperTribble and Jason Richardson aka Spider-Tribble. The team reveals untold stories of geek history, showcases new and upcoming projects, and engages in thought-provoking conversation and provides critical insight into a culture often devoid of a black influence, all with an irreverent tone that delights as it educates.