The students from Staten Island interview the people of their community to bring you listeners a snapshot of what it's like to live in Staten Island.
Another rookie on the Hot Seat, or should we call it the hot throne? This week we go to Harlem to chat with (self-proclaimed) "King" James.
An interview with local otaku Alex Ramirez, exploring the rules of fandom in the world of anime!
We sizzle on the Hot Seat with Brownsville's very own Aniya
Fill out your brackets and prepare for another basketball podcast before March Madness begins! "Basketball is not just a game - to some people, it's a way of life."
Another audio postcard! This time from the students at MS 118 as they explore every part of The Bronx, from Yankees Stadium to the Bronx Zoo!
Edison from Staten Island talks about video games, specifically looking at the state of violence on the screen.
Listen to this before watching the All-Star Game! By Jose, Age 10 - "This episode is about basketball. You will love it -- please listen to it!"
That's right. Two Hot Seat episodes. Back to Back. This time we'll talk to Liz from MS 118
Christian takes his place on the Hot Seat from PAL Harlem, where he answers questions and reveals that he is immortal.
Joshua, a student at Brownsville Beacon Center, takes us through the sights and sounds of growing up in one of the realest places in all of New York
Xandria explores something that many of us deal with daily - Food Allergies.
Another Harlem Hot Seat participant steps up to the plate to answer the hard questions! Today we talk with Kiyah
Tysen explores how the way he is treated at home affects his performance and attitudes in school. He does so by interviewing another Radio Rookie, Danny, about his experiences.
The students at PAL Harlem venture out to Morningside Park to put into words exactly what living in Harlem is like.
The weather is getting colder, but the seat is still hot! This time we talk with Alyssa from Harlem
Amber from MS 118 gets the hard questions in the Hot Seat. Listen as she tries to choose between soup or salad!
Xandria interviewed a PAL Radio Rookies volunteer and Port Richmond High School teacher Vinnie Medugno about what he thinks about the iPhone
Say hello to the presidential candidates of the future! The students at Harlem give their platforms and talk about running mates for their eventual campaigns. They explore how kids view the world differently than adults
Just in time for Halloween - the students at Brownsville discuss all the things that keep them up at night. They also try to answer the question, "Can fear be a good thing?"