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Join us for the conversation with local oldies music promoter Henry DeLuca as host Michael Bartley talks with him about his family, career and why he’s decided to end the “Roots of Rock and Roll” concert series after 34 years.

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Wednesday, September 24

conversation@wqed: Councilman Daniel Lavelle

On this episode of conversation@wqed, Michael Bartley is joined by Councilman Daniel Lavelle to talk about the Schenley High grad’s commitment to Pittsburgh, public service and helping out the Hill District neighborhood where he grew up.


April 23, 2014

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conversation@wqed: Dawn Keezer
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April 9, 2014

Michael Bartley welcomes three people intricately involved in the internationally renowned summer season at The Chautauqua Institution ... watch

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April 2, 2014

President and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting Pat Harrison joins Michael Bartley for a discussion on her life, career and what she has in the works as a leader in public media. ... watch

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April 2, 2014

The discussion continues as Michael Bartley and President and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting Pat Harrison talk about her life, career and what she has in the works as a leader in public media. ... watch

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