Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

  • Hosted by Phil Mariage

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow is the only program on radio today that offers perspectives on our world through the eyes of three different generations. It features provocative guests and timely topics and airs the first Friday of every month.

The show is produced by Phil Mariage. In documenting the various generations, Mariage feels it's especially important to capture and compare the opinions of the older, middle and younger generations so their stories can live on well into the future.

Guests on the show have included former senator and presidential candidate Bob Dole, the late historian John Hope Franklin, George McGovern, Marian McPartland of National Public Radio's Piano Jazz, former Arkansas Supreme Court Justice John Stroud, and the late Elizabeth Warnock Fernea, an influential writer, filmmaker, and anthropologist.

Topics have included parenting, advertising, obesity, war, the Middle East, and addiction.

Sexual Harassment

Dec 1, 2017

This topic not only comes from the news...it IS the news. Even though sexual harassment rose to the level of a short news story every now and then, it wasn't on everyone's mind till  Harvey Weinstein. Since then so many well respected men have had their lives exposed to everyone. Hollywood stars, politicians from both sides, business icons and various other men have been outed in a storm of devastating consequence to their lives and our social fabric.

Hair

Oct 31, 2017


Cost of Living

Oct 3, 2017

A generational discussion on the various aspects of concern each generation has on the costs of living.

Transgender - 2012 Rebroadcast

Aug 4, 2017

This is the 2012 full hour version of our generational discussion on Transgendered. It features Georgia Perez at 52, Andrea Zekas 32 and 17 year old Ali. All three have experienced the transition unique for their generation. This is a very compelling program and one I think you will enjoy.

Cardiovascular Health

Jul 2, 2017

Cardiologists from the older, middle and younger generations discuss the changes in heart health care over time.

Doctor Visits - Extended Version

Nov 12, 2015


Infant Death

Oct 10, 2015


Tattoos

Sep 24, 2015


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