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Many of the Everything Sounds episodes condensed to 4:30.000 for broadcast purposes. (Note: While some have not been standardized, others have multiple versions for various reasons.)

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What's the Frequency, Kenneth? is a "newsical" series from an award winning writer/producer.. who spent 24 years writing for Dan Rather on the CBS Evening News and has now returned to his roots in public radio. New episodes are filed on Tuesdays. Latest Episode: " Ukraine Unfolding: Chapter Two" ( Told Through Narration, Music and Soundbites). This episode was posted Tuesday April 22, 2014 shortly before one pm. Each episode explores a single subject with narration... music.... and soundbites. Each episode is also designed to be a stand alone program...running about 59 minutes. Topics, music and moods vary. Some episodes are time sensitive. These "newsicals" are subject to the same rules that apply to any other streamed show with music.

  • From: Paul Fischer
  • Updated: Apr 22, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 56:43
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The International Americana Music Show - a weekly, free series - is the only radio show to exclusively play Americana music made solely by non-American artists. Each hour-long show is presented by New York based, Scottish broadcaster, Michael Park and includes occasional interviews with the musicians whose music is featured on the program. New shows are uploaded to PRX every Tuesday. More info is available at www.tiams.org

  • From: Michael Park
  • Updated: Apr 22, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 54:30
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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 experiments with Nick and Tesla's High-Voltage Danger Lab by "Science Bob" Pflugfelder and Steve Hockensmith.

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Traditional and Contemporary Nighttime Jazz programming hosted by David Basse.

  • From: Jeff Schiller
  • Updated: Apr 21, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 52:27
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Minnesota's connection to the film industry.

  • From: KQAL
  • Updated: Apr 21, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 23:28
Caption: The SpeakEasy Venue, Chickie Wah Wah on Canal Street in New Orleans.
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WWNO's SpeakEasy is a monthly event that features different guests who discuss topics of interest to the region in a casual style.

  • From: WWNO
  • Updated: Apr 21, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 52:12
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Special programs from America’s Test Kitchen are so popular that we’re making them available to all stations. Subscribe now to these specials—or to America’s Test Kitchen weekly—for smart food talk listeners can use. 1) IN MEMORY'S KITCHEN: A SPECIAL FOR HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE WEEK (Available April 24, 2014) This time on America’s Test Kitchen, we speak to Cara De Silva, the editor of In Memory's Kitchen: A Legacy from the Women of Terezin, a cookbook written by starving women in the Czechoslovakian ghetto/concentration camp of Theresienstadt. Find out how these brave women used their culinary heritage as an act of defiance by talking about food and trading recipes. “for these women when they were doing this it was a form of resisting psychologically, of reinforcing who they were and they were using recipes as defensive weapons…”

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Millennium of Music is the world’s longest running program featuring early music. Host and producer Robert Aubry Davis regularly presents music from major European music festivals which can be heard weekly on radio stations throughout the United States.

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The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is proud to announce details of its 2013-2014 radio series season. The 52 one-hour programs, hosted by Elliott Forrest, feature live recorded performances by leading chamber music players from around the world. Programs feature enlightening commentary from CMS Co-Artistic Director David Finckel, and the performers. This series is available free of charge to all affiliate stations one broadcast through September 30, 2014.

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Welcome to The Midnight Special, one of the most enduring syndicated folk music radio programs from the WFMT Radio Network. The Midnight Special was established in Chicago on 98.7 WFMT-FM in 1953, and went national in 1971. It has stayed current through decades of change, rich in tradition and history while retaining its timeliness, delighting listeners throughout the world with gentle irreverence or touching them with candid observation.

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The series includes a broad range of orchestral, vocal, chamber and solo-instrumental music.

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The Dranoff International 2-Piano Foundation and the WFMT Radio Network welcome you and your listeners to the 12th Dranoff International 2 Piano Competition which was released this fall for worldwide syndication.

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The American Pianists Association (APA) and the WFMT Radio Network are pleased to announce the radio series showcasing the competition finalists for the APA’s 2013 Classical Fellowship Awards.

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We continue Relevant Tones, a weekly exploration of the most fascinating time in classical music history: right now. From up-and-coming firebrands to established artists, this series features music and in-person interviews from the hottest festivals around the world, celebrates the major figures shaping classical music today, spots emerging trends, shines a light on lesser known but fascinating composers, and features music recorded in dynamic live broadcasts.

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Fiesta! is an original production devoted to Latino concert music, and brings artistically significant compositions from Latin America, Spain and Portugal to your listeners.

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Travelers In The Night is an engaging and informative series of two minute radio programs about asteroids, comets, spacecraft and other objects in space. Episodes are produced twice weekly.

  • From: Albert Grauer
  • Updated: Apr 17, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:00
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Each week on Reel Discovery, host Kristin Dreyer Kramer takes a quick look at the latest in movies -- from the hottest new blockbusters to little-known indies and even Blu-ray releases. Whether you prefer explosive action movies or quiet dramas, you're sure to discover something worth watching. On the latest show, Kristin goes over the top with Jude Law in Dom Hemingway.

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Weekly science radio program hosted by Dr. Charles Lee, Dr. Frank Ling, Dr. Joanna Rowell, Samantha Thomas, Tom Stewart, and Chenan Zhang. Each show features interviews with scientists and technical innovators, humorous commentary on recent discoveries, plus the Grokotron 5000 and the World Famous Question of the Week! Tune in every week and rediscover the world as you think you know it. For more information, visit the website at: WWW.GROKS.NET

  • From: Charles Lee
  • Updated: Apr 17, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 27:15
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Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings!

  • From: KSRQ
  • Updated: Apr 17, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:54:03
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This May the Spring for Music festival returns to Carnegie Hall, showcasing some of North America’s most exciting orchestras. The festival will feature the New York Philharmonic, the Seattle Symphony, the Rochester Philharmonic, the Winnipeg Symphony, the Cincinnati Symphony, and the Pittsburgh Symphony. Each of the innovative programs is unique and demonstrates the vitality and range of classical music today: from Mozart to Debussy to Rouse, as well as the New York Premiere of John Luther Adams' Become Ocean, which just won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Music.

  • From: WQXR
  • Updated: Apr 16, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: :55
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As Duke Ellington famously said, there are two kinds of music. Global Village plays the good kind...from all over the world. With a fresh, inventive musical mix, and welcoming presentation, Global Village is like nothing else on radio, offering a special kind of "go-to" programming that speaks to the joys of musical discovery and works well alongside a wide range of local and national shows. The program is FREE and available for daily or weekend use, with regular holiday shows and specials available for one-time use as well. PRX Zeitfunk Top Five Most Licensed Series Three Years in a Row: 2011-2013 PRX Zeitfunk Number Two Most Licensed Station/ 2011-2013

  • From: KMUW
  • Updated: Apr 16, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 54:18
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NorthernCheapskate.com is frugal living website and radio feature from northern Minnesota dedicated to helping people save money every day.

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An exploration of how we got here.

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We’re starting a new series of interviews with authors with something extra — a set of short answers to our modified Proust questionnaire.

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“Reading Chekhov” is the name of this game – a podcast experiment with, by all accounts, the greatest short-story writer of them all, the medical doctor who was also the “Cherry Orchard” playwright, Anton Chekhov.

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Other podcasts we love!

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An American conversation with global attitude -- on the arts, humanities, and global affairs, hosted by Christopher Lydon

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A bi-weekly Radio Show featuring an global eclectic mix of break through Independent musicians.

  • From: Oliver Sean
  • Updated: Apr 15, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 33:43
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Liner Notes highlights the significance of the great lives, works and moments in jazz history.

  • From: KUT
  • Updated: Apr 14, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:53