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WGUC, Cincinnati's Classical Public Radio, was founded in 1960 by a group of citizens who saw the need for a radio station devoted to cultural and public affairs programming in the region. Today, the station remains committed to this heritage and broadcasts the finest in classical music, news and information programming. AKA Cincinnati Public Radio.


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Learn about a work from the composer, and hear the piece, all from the Corbett Studio at WGUC in Cincinnati!

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10 Pieces

WVXU joins with cicada expert Dr. Gene Kritsky from Mount St. Joseph University for a 10-part series , hosted by Cory Sharber, the series begins on April 27, with a new episode released each Tuesday.

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252 Pieces

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

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Hallelujah Handel explores the life and work of George Frideric Handel. The four-part series is hosted by Cincinnati Opera's Evans Mirageas and highlights the evolution of Handel's musical development.

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Series of 4 programs produced to honor King Record's impact on music and the city of Cincinnati.

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What happens when a couple of low-level Russian embassy workers flee New York, wind up in Cincinnati, and one becomes a member of professional baseball’s oldest franchise? That’s the fun that Rod Serling (pre-“The Twilight Zone”) stirs up in his teleplay, “O’Toole from Moscow.”

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73 Pieces

A daily glimpse into the natural world.

Latest Pieces

  • Added: Aug 14, 2007
  • Length: 29:02
  • Purchases: 11
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Public radio testimonials from WGUC listeners.

Bought by WHRV, WEKU, WSHU, KEDT, WUTC and more

  • Added: Oct 18, 2004
  • Length: 33:55
  • Purchases: 8