Youth Expression Showcase

Our weekly radio program invites students in Grades K-12 to perform live on the air. Hear young musicians, singer/songwriters, photographers, writers, poets and other people who express themselves through the arts.

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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.


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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14th Annual Alphabet Trail and Tales

September 18, 2013 – 11:44 am
IMG_1535 SLB was proud to be part of the 14th annual Citiparks Alphabet Trail and Tales, September 14, 2013 at the Frick Park Blue Slide Playground. In addition to providing story boxes and audio devices for children to explore, SLB recorded thoughts from kids and adults on reading and the the importance of literacy during our remote broadcast.

Environmental Charter School at Frick Park Second Grade Persuasive Writing Project

March 20, 2013 – 1:40 am
ECS Between March 7th and March 20th, SLB worked with 72 second graders at The Environmental Charter School at Frick Park as we used the tools of radio broadcasting to sharpen self-expression and persuasive writing. The pages below contain links to work written and recorded by each of the three second-grade classes. Our thanks to Shannon Shupak, Carly Catello, Joseph Burke and Nikole Sheaffer (Environmental Charter School) for the privilege of working with their students and Matt Luskey (Western Pa. Writing Project) for his support of this project.