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Left, Right & Center is KCRW’s show where we take on all the political issues -- even the complicated ones that might divide your own family.

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79 Pieces

Exploring what it means to live a good life.

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250 Pieces

Introduce children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way.

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5353 Pieces

The Jazz Network is the preeminent hosted Jazz music service heard on over 270 outlets nationwide.

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65 Pieces

Classical music whenever you need it

  • From: CMI
  • Updated: Dec 22, 2022
  • Avg Piece Length: 57:00
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22 Pieces

Additional Hours of Anytime Classical

  • From: CMI
  • Updated: Jul 25, 2022
  • Avg Piece Length: 57:00
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PRX Remix is our 24/7 stream of the best podcasts, documentaries, and stories, handpicked from both independent creators and our podcast network Radiotopia. Stations can air as many hours per week as they'd like. For example: six hours overnight, a couple of hours each Saturday night, or 24/7 on HD. Learn more here.

  • From: PRX Remix
  • Updated: May 25, 2023
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:59
Caption: "Breathing: American Sonnets", Credit: Susan Cook
336 Pieces

The River Is Wide is one listener's complement to public radio as media that has always made room for thoughtful discourse about human decency and prevention of harm. Susan Cook, poet, political activist and psychotherapist writes and produces The River Is Wide series. She is the author of "Breathing: American Sonnets" published by Finishing Line Press in December 2020 (GulfofMaineBooks@gmail.com, Shermans.com). A playlist for National Poetry Month featuring her American Sonnets, Citizen's Guides, the occasional Congressional Guide, an Ode when no other format seems appropriate, A Sixty Second Moral Inquiry from time to time, a Department of Poetic Justice (and Reckoning) with a song and dance genre section suitable for singing to melodies from The Great American Wrongbook, brief essay-ish commentaries, "Bad Internet 101: Moral Development for Cyberspace" "The Indifference Diaries", "It's Not What You're Given; It's What You Do With What You Get", and NEW! "Civil Liberties for Lifelong Learners" all speak to the many events every day that change our lives. All of these parts of The River Is Wide series tell the story that belongs to everyone at some time in life- the times when crossing the river is very very difficult to do. Public radio that stirs the public conscience- free of personal influence peddling- that values thoughtful voice and speaks truth above partisan rhetoric - helps us all get across. The series began rowing when a local editor refused to publish a letter he called "uncivil" for criticizing an independent candidate for governor for a failure to acknowledge human rights violations by the Chinese government. When the independent Governor Candidate was asked at a forum why he was continuing to push to bring Chinese businesses to Maine with no recognition of China's atrocious human rights violations, the candidate leered "What?" The questioner told him "We are not going to ignore your disregard for human rights." "Bring it on", he sneered. Another inspiration has been censorship by a local public radio station of a 30 year jazz radio program whose producer dared to talk in 2003- about disliking war and the Iraq War in particular. After refusing to sign a list of Employee Guidelines censoring his speech as an independent, non-journalist producer who was paid $30 a program, he quit. The event remains small-minded and partisan on the part of a public broadcasting station better known as broad-minded and thoughtful. In trying times, public discourse (and unfettered, fact-checked, non-violent public radio) helps uncover the moral underpinnings keeping us free. Firing and demeaning the questioner is as morally constrictive as firing the messenger. The River is Wide rides that current. We hope there will never come a day when the public conscience (and mine) ignore a flagrant omission of concern for human rights. Speaking truth to power about those omissions is the task of The River Is Wide series.

  • From: Susan J. Cook
  • Updated: Apr 15, 2024
  • Avg Piece Length: 04:08
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Today’s performers bring to life the music of the past on Harmonia—a weekly, one-hour radio program that explores music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, and beyond. Join host Angela Mariani each week for an hour of exciting recordings, interviews, live excerpts, and commentary as she invites us to fire up our historical imaginations and spend an hour in the contemporary world of early music.

  • From: WFIU
  • Updated: Jun 27, 2023
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:59
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288 Pieces

One-hour program of new jazz releases and current performance information. NOTE: This program is available to PRX affiliates. For more information please email memberships@prx.org.

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Human nature and what's important in this life. Conversations with dream experts and dreamers.

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69 Pieces

Now in its sixth year, The International Americana Music Show - a free, weekly series - remains the only radio show to exclusively feature Americana music made solely by non-American artists. Each hour-long show is presented by experienced, New York based, Scottish presenter, Michael Park and includes occasional interviews with the international musicians whose music appears on the program. New shows are uploaded to PRX every Tuesday and more information is available at www.tiams.org

  • From: Michael Park
  • Updated: Jan 08, 2019
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:09
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805 Pieces

Daily two-hour contemporary music program. NOTE: This program is available to PRX affiliates. For more information please email memberships@prx.org.

  • From: Echoes
  • Updated: Jul 21, 2022
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:59:00
Caption: That's me, compliments of Andy Kerr
640 Pieces

Music from that time when rhythm and blues and rock and roll were emerging but hadn't yet become a predictable formula. A time when musicians were listening to and incorporating these exciting emergences into their own style of music. We focus on music that is difficult to categorize. C&W that sounds like rockabilly and rockabilly that sounds like R&B which sounds an awful lot like rock. That's the sweet spot for the music on the show and, sure enough, that's where the New Orleans sound is centered. To follow us (and see playlists) on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Saturday-Night-New-Orleans-Radio/625773220767239

  • From: Jamie Dell'Apa
  • Updated: Jan 31, 2023
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:55:56
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Synthpop Nonstop is a beat-mixed, one-hour music show that features a diverse selection of classic and contemporary electronic and indie dance music with brisk, informational mic breaks.

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441 Pieces

2 minute weekly puzzle. The Point Puzzle includes word puzzles and logic puzzles. Solvers email their answers to puzzle@kpov.org. Each week the winner (and station) from the last week is announced and a new puzzle is posed for the coming week.

  • From: KPOV
  • Updated: Oct 22, 2015
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:00
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Beat Latino serves up the freshest Latine universe music, always bilingual! From the new music of the month, to tunes and grooves centered on cultural themes, Beat Latino has something for every ear!

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472 Pieces

Locally-produced environmental news and interviews.

  • From: WFHB
  • Updated: Oct 26, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 20:17
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629 Pieces

Each week on Shelf Discovery, host Kristin Dreyer Kramer offers listeners a brief look inside the pages of a new book. From mysteries to memoirs, classics to chick lit, busy readers are sure to find plenty of picks to add to their shelves. On this week's show, Kristin travels to Hawaii with a single girl who’s desperate to find an impressive date for her sister’s wedding in The Suite Life by Portia MacIntosh.

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266 Pieces

The Moth Radio Hour is a weekly series featuring true stories told live on stage without scripts, notes, props, or accompaniment. Each Moth Radio Hour mixes humorous, heartbreaking, and poignant tales that captivate, surprise, and delight audiences with their honesty, bravery and humor.

  • From: The Moth
  • Updated: Jul 25, 2022
  • Avg Piece Length: 53:58
Caption: Snap Judgment
493 Pieces

This is a subscribable series for stations that would like to take Snap Judgment weekly from the PRX Exchange.

  • From: Snap Judgment
  • Updated: Feb 19, 2024
  • Avg Piece Length: 53:56
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562 Pieces

Art Works is the weekly program produced by the National Endowment for the Arts. It goes behind the scenes with some of the nation's great artists to explore how art works. New shows are posted on Tuesdays. Find out more at arts.gov

Caption: The Cool Song Of The Week, Credit: Mike Bock
22 Pieces

Cool songs and stories from the Rock and Roll era.