Youth Expression Showcase

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Since 1978, The Saturday Light Brigade has broadcast LIVE spontaneous on-air phone calls from kids and adults as part of its Saturday morning radio program. Now you can hear some of the most memorable calls from people participating in on-air games and other participatory features or simply calling to tell us about something exciting.

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Join us as we celebrate the original talent in our midst with these weekly archives of in-studio performances by regional and national musicians and artists. Folk, bluegrass, jazz, singer/songwriter, international, storytellers and more!

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Pittsburgh Langley K-8: Good Friends

February 18, 2013 – 12:29 pm
IMG_7992 Students in Citiparks’ After School Academy at Pittsburgh Langley K-8 wrote and recorded three things about the qualities a good friend has. They talked about their best friends and thought about how to best express that in writing and spoken word.

Pittsburgh Langley K-8: Important Issues

February 11, 2013 – 12:19 pm
IMAG2685 Students in Citiparks’ After School Academy at Pittsburgh Langley K-8 wrote and recorded short stories about something that is important to them. They learned how to engineer these recordings and continue to hone their skills towards producing features for radio.

Pittsburgh Langley K-8: Three Things About Me

February 4, 2013 – 2:39 pm
KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA Students in Citiparks' After School Academy at Pittsburgh Langley K-8 wrote and recorded three things about themselves. These pieces are a result of the first of seven weekly sessions in which students are learning about the equipment and techniques used in producing features for radio.