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.

Liberalism & Conservatism - 2004 Re-airing

Sep 29, 2020

Race Relations -Black & White 2001

Jul 2, 2020

Unemployment 2010 Rebroadcast

Mar 30, 2020

Birth Defects

Feb 6, 2020

Female Sex Drive

Nov 16, 2019

Rural vs. Urban

Nov 6, 2019

Male Sex Drive

Oct 3, 2019


Sep 1, 2019

Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow: Anti-Semetism

Dec 7, 2018

Antisemitism is almost as old as society and religion itself. From time to time throughout history Jews have endured the negative onslaughts of various other groups. Most recently at the Tree of Life Synagogue terrible murders, and the New York professor who had her office vandalized, we find antisemitism still wreaking havoc upon Jews. Coming from all directions, our societies need to be ever mindful of this fearful philosophy.

Standardized Patients

Oct 7, 2018

Our topic today is Standardized Patients. Most of us have never heard of the term, much less what it might mean. It has been around in one form or another for quite some time in the training of our medical professionals, but has become a vital and essential element in proper medical education. In fact, your provider or specialist no doubt used standardized patients in his or her training....just ask them next time you go in. For now, give a listen and be amazed at this little known element.


Aug 8, 2018

Radiation Therapy

May 28, 2018

Uams in Little Rock is one of the leading cancer research institutions in the nation. Part of that research and service is in the area of Radiation Therapy. This program brings three of the moset important Oncologists discussing the scope of their field from the earlier decades to the present. Dr. Loverd Peacock, Dr. Fen Xia and Dr. Sanjay Maraboyina take us from the almost accidental discovery of the penetrating power of radiation left in a shirt pocket, to our current times when radiation can be modeled in 3d to administer pinpoint effective results.

The Living Wage

Apr 3, 2018

Sexual Harassment

Dec 1, 2017

This topic not only comes from the 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.


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


Sep 24, 2015


Sep 9, 2015

Domestic Violence

Jun 18, 2015

Infertility - long version

May 9, 2015 of the areas medical science has been able to help many people find successful methods to have children. This generational discussion covers many of the issues that have perplexed many people. This is the longer podcast version.


May 7, 2015

In 2012 we aired a program on transgendered individuals. This is a rebroadcast of that program.