Chester County has a New Radio Show! The only of its kind in the Philly Market!

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Julia hosts experts who provide advice and perspectives on a variety of issues affecting families. Tune in to hear pediatricians, parenting authors, discipline educators and feeding specialists give parents guidance where they often need it most.

Julia brings her background in journalism and experience as a parenting columnist for the Daily Local News to this new forum, where listeners can call-in during live broadcasts to ask questions. At the end of each segment, Julia reveals “What I Learned as a Parent This Week,” giving listeners that intimate look into the ups and downs of her parenting journey as a mom of three young children.

JulieWCHEYou can read Julia’s columns every other Sunday in the Daily Local News’ Lifestyle section. You can also connect with Julia on Facebook by liking her page so that you can be part of her online discussions. You can also go to her website or follow her on Twitter @JuliaSherwinPoP.

Here’s a lineup of Julia’s guests on upcoming “Perspectives on Parenting” shows:

Sept. 29, Joe Vallee: co-founder of, author of A Snowball’s Chance: Philly Fires Back Against the National Media, a sports contributor to FOX 29’s Good Day Philadelphia and the man behind launching a mega anti-bullying campaign in the tri-state area, the “Rainbow Rabbit Anti-Bullying Educational Program.”


(Julia pictured here with her husband and three children at the shore.)

Oct. 6, Dr. Michael Howard: a father and a leading pediatrician, with over 40 years of experience in private, clinical, and hospital practice will talk about keeping children healthy on National Child Health Day.

Oct. 13, Dr. Michael Bergeron: executive director of the National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute, will talk about tips for keeping kids safe while engaging in school sports, as well as highlighting the dangers of over training. Click Here to learn more about Dr. Bergeron.

Oct. 20, Kristin Quinn: of Toddlers & Tomatoes, will give frustrated parents some tasty morsels of advice when it comes to getting their picky children to eat a variety of healthy foods.

Oct. 27, Dr. Jeffrey Melini: pediatric dentist from West Chester, will talk about when children should first visit a dentist and how to keep those young teeth healthy during the sugar-filled Halloween party season.

Meghan Kelly

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