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136 Pieces

Latino USA chronicles how Latinos are living, shaping and changing America, with in-depth reporting and candid conversations. Hosted by Maria Hinojosa.

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374 Pieces

Reveal. There's more to the story... Reveal is the Peabody Award-winning investigative journalism program for public radio from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX.

  • From: Reveal
  • Updated: Jul 25, 2022
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13 Pieces

The WFMT Radio Network is proud to present Gateways Radio, a collaboration with WXXI-FM in Rochester, NY, celebrating the performances, artists, and artistry of the Gateways Music Festival. The Gateways Music Festival Orchestra is a 125+ member ensemble of musicians of African descent under the leadership of conductor Anthony Parnther. The Orchestra made its stunning Carnegie Hall debut on April 24, 2022 as the first all-Black orchestra to be presented by the famed venue. Gateways Radio features exceptional compositions and exquisite performances, celebrating the Gateways Music Festival’s mission of connecting and supporting classical musicians of African descent and serving as a source of inspiration, enlightenment, and engagement for communities—especially communities underrepresented in classical music.

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Caption: Fred Smith
301 Pieces

Fred Smith, a native Iowan who re-located to the wilderness of border country at the end of the century, writes about the happenings in the upper Gunflint territory in Northeastern Minnesota. Join Fred each week as he shares his perspective of life in the woods.

  • From: WTIP
  • Updated: Aug 28, 2018
  • Avg Piece Length: 05:38
Caption: "Wild" Willy, Credit: Deb Ingalls
26 Pieces

Twenty-six five-minute book reviews all about cars, planes, boats and planes.

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24 Pieces

To Be the Same Age is a program designed to create actual dialogue between our Elders & youth.

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76 Pieces

A monthly philosophy show hosted by Dr. Jack Russell Weinstein that explores current everyday themes. Jack visits with guests who work in academic philosophy or whose professions are ideal for digging into the philosophical issues that affect everyday life.

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The show about sports and the fan experience from MansLife.com.

  • From: Eric Mack
  • Updated: Apr 12, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 29:00
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6 Pieces

Perspectives on healthcare from doctors and administrators. Why a single-payer system is a solution to the current crises.

  • From: Miles Eddy
  • Updated: Feb 19, 2006
  • Avg Piece Length: 05:58
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KEXP and AIR (The Association of Independents in Radio) present a new series that demonstrates the power of music through intriguing personal stories ranging from an astronaut, teenager, surgeon, dancer, Yoruba priest and more!

  • From: AIR
  • Updated: Mar 11, 2011
  • Avg Piece Length: 04:02
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5 Pieces

Who played where is an ambitious rockumentary aimed @ documenting muscians of any genre and era, that play anywhere in 2014.

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Cold cases are hard on families, hard to solve, and even harder to keep reporting on. But they're also hard to just let go.

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50 Pieces

A fresh look at history's dead characters. It's a chance to meet people you've never met and really get to know people you only thought you knew. Ho Chi Minh ... who knew he worked as a pastry chef in Harlem in the 1920s?Frank T. Hopkins ... they made the movie "Hidalgo" about him ... who knew his shocking secret? Who was the fourth man to die in the Buddy Holly crash, and why isn't anybody talking about him?

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A series created in collaboration with Amanda Lucier, staff photographer of the Virginian-Pilot, about those left behind while their loved ones are deployed.

  • From: Mara Zepeda
  • Updated: Feb 08, 2011
  • Avg Piece Length: 03:45
Caption: Where@bouts, Credit: Mad Genius
4 Pieces

"Where@bouts" is the short radio series about the sense of place. Our guests conduct their world like a song in an imaginative feat of radio art.

  • From: Mad Genius
  • Updated: Mar 28, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 06:08
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11 Pieces

LN travels. These are her adventures.

  • From: LN Lurie
  • Updated: Apr 29, 2015
  • Avg Piece Length: 14:35
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Using the poem "Where I'm From" by Willie Perdomo as a creative prompt, students created poems to share and express where they come from and how they view the world: their neighborhoods, homes and experiences.

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In this 6-part Original Harvard Radio Broadcasting Series sponsored by One in a Billion Productions, podcast host Gemma Schneider untangles the insights and experiences of Harvard alumni who have made an impact in their respective domains – from journalism to entrepreneurship to show business.

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Since our very first broadcast, WTIP Community Radio has enjoyed interacting with the youth of our community. We have had young people in the studio for youth radio projects and to give us the latest school news report. We have reported on sporting events, plays, and of course graduation ceremonies. And…we periodically check in with these former Cook County residents as they’ve gone on to interesting adventures and important careers in a series called Where Are They Now?

  • From: WTIP
  • Updated: Oct 05, 2021
  • Avg Piece Length: 10:10
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A narrative series from the McCourtney Institute for Democracy at Penn State that explores what happens when people vote directly on issues through ballot initiatives — and what happens when everyday citizens decide to take a more active role in our democracy by organizing ballot measure campaigns.

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In this two-part investigative report, Vermont Public Radio examines the circumstances surrounding the suspension of an African-American senior on allegations he intruded into other student rooms at Middlebury College. The senior sued the college to get his diploma and said that race was involved in his suspension. A Vermont court later ruled in favor of the college.

Caption: When Jazz Was King
30 Pieces

When Jazz Was King

  • From: WDCB
  • Updated: Feb 17, 2019
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:21
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153 Pieces

From out of the past, return with us now to those thrilling days of vintage radio with your host Bill Taylor. Like an invisible beam, cloaked in the darkness of the night, When It Was Live will chill you a little; even give you a laugh or two in your “Theater of the Mind”.

  • From: Bill Taylor
  • Updated: Dec 28, 2019
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:00:12