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12 Feb 2016 WLPR

A collection of eclectic stories from science and technology.

From David Fisher

February 2016 release - 21 stories @ 1:30 each

Added: Jan 04, 2016 | Length: 31:09
12 Feb 2016 WGZS

MN90: Annie's Song

From Ampers

John Deutschendorf changed his last name to Denver after the capital of his favorite state. But Britt Aamodt tells us that the singer-songwriter fo...

Added: Jan 14, 2016 | Length: 01:30
12 Feb 2016 KRCU

Homemade Stories: The Struggle is Real

From WBEZ

In this one-hour special, Homemade Stories: The Struggle is Real, award-winning storyteller Shannon Cason (The Moth, Snap Judgment) takes us on a j...

Added: Dec 11, 2015 | Length: 54:00
12 Feb 2016 Yellowstone Public Radio

Salt Of The Earth: Farm Zero’s Mike Fawcett

From Alex Wise

Farm Zero is a five year-old startup company that’s a concept for sustainable agricultural systems that use sea water rather than fresh water as th...

Added: Feb 10, 2016 | Length: 29:40
12 Feb 2016 KCSC

Concierto 10/16/10

From WDAV Classical Public Radio

Concierto program for the weekend of 10/16/10.

Added: Oct 11, 2010 | Length: 01:58:00
12 Feb 2016 KCMJ Community Radio

Global Village 2.15.16 Presidents' Day Special

From KMUW

SPECIAL: Global Village celebrates Presidents' Day with music from artists who ran for or won the position of president – including Dizzy Gille...

Added: Feb 08, 2016 | Length: 57:00
12 Feb 2016 WRIR

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine for the week ending February 12, 2016

From Scott Harris

This week's summary of under-reported news followed by these interviews: Bernie Sanders Supporters Should Have a Plan B: Build a Movement; Conn...

Added: Feb 03, 2016 | Length: 29:00
12 Feb 2016 WRIR

30: Nicky Jackson Colaco of Instagram & Parisa Rouhani of The Center for Individual Opportunity

From KALW

There's an old saying, when in Rome, do as the Romans do. But if your company is also in Paris, Shanghai and Peoria, you need someone to balanc...

Added: Feb 11, 2016 | Length: 53:58
12 Feb 2016 Troy Public Radio

Folk Alley Hour TWO #160211 good through February 18

From WKSU

Folk Alley is a free, weekly music program. Available to stations to air as a one, or two-hour show. Each week, host Elena See collects the best in...

Added: Feb 11, 2016 | Length: 59:00
12 Feb 2016 WDPR

Bravo! Vail Summer Music Festival 2014

From The WFMT Radio Network

Hailed as one of the Top 10 "Can't Miss" Classical Musical Festivals in the United States by NPR, Bravo! Vail is a destination for in...

Added: Nov 06, 2014 | Length: 01:59:00
12 Feb 2016 WEMU

Global Village 2.12.16 or floating date

From KMUW

Global Village pays a visit to Morocco, with music from the traditional to the contemporary. Among the highlights are recent releases and Global Vi...

Added: Feb 06, 2016 | Length: 57:00
12 Feb 2016 WEMU

Strange Currency 02.12.16 or floating date

From KMUW

In 1970 Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys stumbled upon two teenaged musicians who knew the repertoire of the Stanley Brothers better than...

Added: Feb 11, 2016 | Length: 01:53:56
12 Feb 2016 WCPN

Black History Special! "Hughes' Blues: The Langston Hughes Songbook"

From WFIU

An hour-long program featuring performances of songs with lyrics by author Langston Hughes, including recordings by Nina Simone, June Christy, Jame...

Added: Jan 22, 2011 | Length: 58:58
12 Feb 2016 WDCB

Eat Cake

From The Truth

Can coconut cake + random phone calls = love? Find out, when these two Valentine's Day traditions collide.

Added: Feb 04, 2009 | Length: 10:35
11 Feb 2016 KGLT

'The Stone Age' Program 155

From Daniel Wargo

This program presents one hour of electric music from the 60's and 70's, and is designed for all audiences.

Added: Feb 28, 2014 | Length: 59:01
11 Feb 2016 WMUU-LP

Planet 9 From Outer Space!

From Mat Kaplan

Mike Brown and Konstantin Batygin fully expect a new and undemotable ninth planet will be found in the outer reaches of the solar system. The Calte...

Added: Feb 08, 2016 | Length: 28:50
11 Feb 2016 WMUU-LP

100% Invisible

From Big Picture Science

In astronomy, the rule was if you can’t see it, it’s not real. Tell that to the astronomers who discovered dark energy or dark matter … or, more r...

Added: Feb 08, 2016 | Length: 54:00
11 Feb 2016 KCBX

The Spirit of '74: How the American Revolution Began

From Guy Rathbun

We’ve all read about “the Boston Tea Party,” as well as the famous “shot heard ‘round the world”. These two important events occurred 28-months apa...

Added: Feb 10, 2016 | Length: 29:00
11 Feb 2016 KCBX

They All Played Ragtime

From Guy Rathbun

Ragtime was created some time in the late 1900s. No one knows for sure.

Added: Feb 10, 2016 | Length: 59:00
11 Feb 2016 WYAP

Spectrum_02092016 "Similarities with Space"

From DW ~ Deutsche Welle

The many possibilities of gene editing experiments on human embryos. Astronauts and hospital patients have mobility problems in common. A novel ide...

Added: Feb 08, 2016 | Length: 30:00
11 Feb 2016 WYAP

SITPE # 1607

From Stephen R Webb

Progressing into single years.

Added: Feb 09, 2016 | Length: 01:58:00
11 Feb 2016 WYAP

225-Greg Scores

From Al Grauer

My Catalina Sky Survey team mate Greg Leonard finds an interesting potentially hazardous asteroid.

Added: Feb 11, 2016 | Length: 02:00
11 Feb 2016 KUOW

The Vinyl Cafe February 14th, 2016, "Break Up Songs"

From Vinyl Cafe

Today on the show, on Valentine’s Day week of all things, we are going play music for lost love.

Added: Feb 08, 2016 | Length: 54:01
11 Feb 2016 WYAP

226-Cosmic Campground

From Al Grauer

The Cosmic Campground is one of the last places where one can experience the natural night sky in the lower 48.

Added: Feb 11, 2016 | Length: 02:00
11 Feb 2016 KUOW

Gungor

From South Carolina ETV Radio

Michael and Lisa Gungor started the musical collective known as Gungor, which has been compared to Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, and Sufjan Stevens. Their...

Added: Jun 28, 2014 | Length: 53:00
11 Feb 2016 KMUN

SSF 15-02 City of Music

From The WFMT Radio Network

One hundred years ago, thanks to its unique political status and its thriving port, Shanghai was perfectly poised to be a cultural crossroads betwe...

Added: Dec 07, 2015 | Length: 01:58:30
11 Feb 2016 WNMU-FM

The Magic of Marlboro: Program 3

From The WFMT Radio Network

Marriage Made in Vermont

Added: Jan 28, 2016 | Length: 58:30
11 Feb 2016 WNMU-FM

The Magic of Marlboro: Program 1

From The WFMT Radio Network

Napkin Ball

Added: Jan 21, 2016 | Length: 58:30
11 Feb 2016 WNMU-FM

The Magic of Marlboro: Program 2

From The WFMT Radio Network

Coffee Shop

Added: Jan 28, 2016 | Length: 58:29
11 Feb 2016 WNMU-FM

The Magic of Marlboro: Program 4

From The WFMT Radio Network

Choral Fantasy

Added: Jan 28, 2016 | Length: 58:30
11 Feb 2016 KMUN

16-06 Marian Budos, Dana Wilson Interviews

From Tony Morris

This week’s program features interviews with Slovak-Australian composer Marian Budos, and American composer Dana Wilson, and music by Corelli, Cast...

Added: Feb 10, 2016 | Length: 58:57
11 Feb 2016 KFCF FM

Stacy Keach PSA

From L.A. Theatre Works

Stacy Keach fundraising PSA

Added: May 20, 2011 | Length: :37
11 Feb 2016 KMUN

THE SPANISH HOUR 1608: LOVE SONGS, NOTHING BUT LOVE SONGS

From Candice Agree

Love songs, nothing but love songs! Spanish love songs for El Día de los Enamorados – Valentine’s Day from Sephardic romances from the Middle Ages ...

Added: Feb 09, 2016 | Length: 58:30
11 Feb 2016 KSRQ

Photo exhibition gives the Winona community a new look at itself

From Ampers

The Minnesota Marine Art Museum in Winona explores “the ongoing and historic human relationship with water.” As Don Lee reports, the museum’s exhib...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
11 Feb 2016 KSRQ

Once-polluted St. Louis River Estuary is now a “poster child”

From Ampers

For decades, the water in the world’s largest freshwater estuary has not been truly fresh at all. Decades of industrial waste have polluted the St....

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
11 Feb 2016 KBEM

“The landscape of emotion in story”: Preserving the Hmong song poetry tradition

From Ampers

For centuries, the Hmong people of Southeast Asia have used sung poetry as a way to preserve their history and culture. As the Hmong have emigrated...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
11 Feb 2016 KBEM

Once-polluted St. Louis River Estuary is now a “poster child”

From Ampers

For decades, the water in the world’s largest freshwater estuary has not been truly fresh at all. Decades of industrial waste have polluted the St....

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
11 Feb 2016 KBEM

New generation of naturalists enhances visitor experience at Minnesota parks

From Ampers

Responding to studies showing that programs for children are likely to boost use of state parks and trails, the Minnesota Department of Natural Res...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
11 Feb 2016 KBEM

Touch-screen displays beckon a broader range of visitors to Minnesota parks

From Ampers

Thinking about a trip to one of Minnesota’s parks and trails? Consider making your first stop the Rosedale Shopping Center, the Minnesota Zoo or on...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
11 Feb 2016 KBEM

Want your kids to head outdoors? Maybe they should start online.

From Ampers

The average visitor to Minnesota State Parks is getting grayer every year. The state Department of Natural Resources says new visitors are essentia...

Added: Jul 25, 2014 | Length: 01:31
11 Feb 2016 KBEM

Photo exhibition gives the Winona community a new look at itself

From Ampers

The Minnesota Marine Art Museum in Winona explores “the ongoing and historic human relationship with water.” As Don Lee reports, the museum’s exhib...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
11 Feb 2016 KBEM

Former orphans’ oral histories reveal poignant lessons

From Ampers

At one point during its existence, the Minnesota State Public School for Dependent and Neglected Children in Owatonna housed 500 children. An award...

Added: Jul 25, 2014 | Length: 01:31
11 Feb 2016 KSRQ

TSR16-07 The Mavericks

From Tent Show Radio

With a Cuban-American lead singer, garage band ferocity, an intense live show and a deep love of both romance and pure country laced with polyrhyth...

Added: Feb 09, 2016 | Length: 59:20
11 Feb 2016 WKMS

The Retro Cocktail Hour #702

From Kansas Public Radio

The Retro Cocktail Hour is a finger-snapping, hip-shaking blend of space age bachelor pad music, tiki tunes, private eye jazz and other incredibly ...

Added: Feb 09, 2016 | Length: 01:58:00
11 Feb 2016 CFBX

Are Science And Religion At War?

From Closer to Truth

Science can describe everything about the physical world, but can it say anything at all reliable about God? Can Science Talk God? For centuries, S...

Added: Feb 01, 2016 | Length: 53:52
11 Feb 2016 CFBX

Can Brain Explain Mind?

From Closer to Truth

Why does it “feel like something” to see, hear, taste and think? What’s our private, inner experience all about? Why is Consciousness So Mysterious...

Added: Feb 08, 2016 | Length: 53:52
11 Feb 2016 CFBX

Could Our Universe Be a Fake?

From Closer to Truth

The idea that we might encounter aliens seems like the stuff of science fiction, but the possibilities demand serious thought. Could our existence ...

Added: Jan 11, 2016 | Length: 53:51
11 Feb 2016 CFBX

Does The Cosmos Provide Meaning?

From Closer to Truth

The Cosmos is overwhelming. We humans stand between astonishingly large galaxies and the vanishingly small atoms. What does it all mean? What about...

Added: Jan 25, 2016 | Length: 53:52
11 Feb 2016 CFBX

Is Consciousness an Illusion?

From Closer to Truth

Consciousness is a mystery. What is private, inner experience all about? What is the meaning of consciousness? Is mind only an accident of biology ...

Added: Jan 18, 2016 | Length: 53:51
11 Feb 2016 KSRQ

Episode 1606

From John Luttrell

A diverse array of new Blues CDs that just arrived in our mailbox.

Added: Feb 03, 2016 | Length: 59:00