We discuss Sala Udin’s life as a political activist, his friendship with renowned playwright August Wilson, and his love for the Hill District community.

Original airdate: Feb 04, 2015

In this episode of 4802 we discuss the abrupt resignation of PA Treasurer Rob McCord, debate Chelsea Wagner’s claim to have the right to audit County authorities and talk medical marijuana legislation in PA. Also discussed is Mt. Lebanon’s plan to control their deer population, expansion of the film tax credit and a petition to cancel Bill Cosby’s schedules appearance at Heinz Hall.

Original airdate: Jan 30, 2015

This episode of Pittsburgh 360 is all about education and the inventive ways in which educators are using technology to change the way students are learning. We begin at Elizabeth Forward Middle School where students are using tools like laser engravers and 3D printers in the classroom. Then we’ll go to a school in Butler County where students are advancing their skills in math, science and more through gaming. Finally, we get the look at the learning trend of digital badging.

Original airdate: Jan 29, 2015

Host Michael Bartley talks with the CEO of Leadership Pittsburgh.

Original airdate: Jan 28, 2015

Original airdate: Jan 27, 2015

We begin this episode of 4802 with news of fallout from Mayor Bill Peduto’s appearance on an episode of Undercover Boss. Also, more political news as the State Supreme Court has put the prosecution of Attorney General Kathleen Kane on hold until it hears her challenge and some controversial firings made by Governor Tom Wolf are examined. Then we transition to football and the scandals affecting both the New England Patriots and the Steelers.

Original airdate: Jan 23, 2015

Michael Bartley talks with the President & CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Western Pennsylvania.

Original airdate: Jan 21, 2015

On this episode of 4802, we’ll talk about Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay and the changes he’s making to the police force. We’ll also discuss Governor-elect Wolf’s Cabinet appointments, the NRA’s lawsuit against Pittsburgh, the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage and Penn State football.

Original airdate: Jan 16, 2015

This episode of iQ: smartparent discusses healthy media habits for children and families.

Original airdate: Jan 15, 2015

On this conversation@wqed, we’ll get to know more about Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay as we talk about his first few months on the job and the changes he hopes to make in the Pittsburgh Police Department.

Original airdate: Jan 14, 2015