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Travelers In The Night is your unique source of insider Information from the Asteroid Hunting and Space Communities. Travelers In The Night has 140,000 plays, 6,690 followers, and is growing in popularity on the internet. It features an engaging and informative series of two minute, factual episodes about asteroids, comets, spacecraft, and other objects in space. The music is "Eternity" by John Lyell. Teachers, Students, and Kids of all ages: The script for each program piece can be found on travelersinthenight.org. At the end of of each piece you can click for further information. The pieces are "evergreen" in that they are current but not dated.

  • From: Al Grauer
  • Updated: Feb 09, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:00
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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 battles a mysterious enemy with the Nowhere Man in author Gregg Hurwitz's Orphan X.

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

  • From: Snap Judgment
  • Updated: Feb 08, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 53:25
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Fathoming Water: In-Depth Discussions: your host Melissa Mauzy sits down with experts to discuss the intricacies of water including diverse topics such as water management, policy, law, history, environment, social injustice, quality and quantity.

  • From: KXCI
  • Updated: Feb 08, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 43:57
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Called contemporary, literary, eclectic, and authentic, this weekday 100-second show offers brief compelling readings by authors from their new books. Past readings by: Jimmy Carter, Amy Poehler, Nigel Hamilton, among 400 to date, with 50 percent women authors. In 2014, TAC featured 10 Pulitzer-winners and was the second most-licensed new public radio show on PRX. Air TAC for your most memorable "minute" of your broadcast day! You may zip-download -- free -- dozens of readings to delight and inform your listeners at: www.authorscorner.org

  • From: Peter Johnson
  • Updated: Feb 08, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:40
Caption: Groks Science Radio Show
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Weekly science radio program hosted by Dr. Charles Lee, Dr. Frank Ling, and Samantha Thomas. 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: Feb 05, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 26:45
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Across the Blue Ridge focuses on the southern Blue Ridge area known through generations and still today as a hotbed of old-time, bluegrass, blues, and country music.

  • From: WFDD
  • Updated: Feb 05, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 55:57
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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 travels to the coast for the latest Nicholas Sparks romance, The Choice.

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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 globe. With a fresh, inventive mix of international sounds and styles, and a welcoming presentation, the award-winning show is like nothing else on radio, a special kind of "go-to" programming that is both entertaining and educational - speaking to both the joys of musical discovery and enlightening entertainment. Global Village also works well as a companion program alongside a wide range of local and national shows. The program is FREE and available five days a week or for weekend use. Regular holiday shows and specials are also available to all.

  • From: KMUW
  • Updated: Feb 04, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 57:00
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Stories of trasformations occured thought the use of Plant medicine journeys

  • From: Obo Martin
  • Updated: Feb 04, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:00:00
Caption: Host, Lauren Schiller, Credit: Kelly Corrigan
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Conversations with women who are changing the status quo. New shows each week.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: Feb 04, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 52:43
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Amazing and hilarious true stories from The Last Frontier. Get to know the REAL Alaska, not the Reality TV version.

  • From: Robert Prince
  • Updated: Feb 03, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 29:51
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Stories about Dave - the owner of the world's smallest record store where the motto is: "We May Not Be Big But We're Small".

  • From: Vinyl Cafe
  • Updated: Feb 03, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 54:00
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Conversations with thought leaders exploring our place on the planet

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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. This week's ep: "Iowa and New Hampshire" (Told Through Narration, Music and Soundbites). This episode was posted Wed. Feb 3, 2016 at 10:15 ayem. 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: Feb 03, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 57:32
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'New Electric Music For The Twenty-First Century' delivers to your audience the very best of new and experimental modern music...There are two hours of sound in each of the programs...We also explore the seminal influences of twentieth century Rock upon this new music. Dynamic electric sound abounds in this Series as we explore, focus on and celebrate the audacious and unique contributions of 'New Electric Music For The Twenty-First Century'.

  • From: Daniel Wargo
  • Updated: Feb 03, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:00:00
Caption: Deauville, Credit: Lydia Roelandts
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French Chanson is a rich musical genre You do not need to understand French to enjoy the music. In this Series we continue our exploration of new artists and we revisit those who already have made their mark and who continue to charm us.

  • From: Charles Spira
  • Updated: Feb 02, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 26:40
Caption: Legendary Philadelphia disc jockey Georgie Woods, Credit: Temple Urban Archives
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Starting in the 1950s, Black radio stations around the country became the pulse of African-American communities, and served as their megaphone during the Civil Rights and Black Power movements. "Going Black" examines the legacy of Black radio, with a special focus on the legendary WDAS in Philadelphia. Hosted by Sound of Philadelphia (TSOP) music producer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Kenny Gamble, a 1-hour version and 2-hour version of this National Edward R. Murrow Award-winning documentary special are both available.

  • From: Mighty Writers
  • Updated: Feb 01, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:28:30
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The series that asks the question: what makes the Great American Songbook so darned great?

  • From: WQXR
  • Updated: Feb 01, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:59
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Crossing Fences: Connecting African American Men & Boys through the Oral Tradition

  • From: SLB Radio
  • Updated: Feb 01, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 05:01
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JB Lane hosts a two hour show playing tunes from the 80's and early 90's.

  • From: JB Lane
  • Updated: Jan 31, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:55:43
Caption: Slave Memorial on Martinique, Credit: Tonya Fitzpatrick
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World Footprints shines a light on black history with unique stories from America and beyond.

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Every summer in Vermont, musicians come together to find the quiet, space and time to explore the meaning and magic of chamber music. Since 1951, the Marlboro Music Festival has been summer home to classical luminaries such as Rudolf Serkin, Pablo Casals, Richard Goode, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Murray Perahia, Jaime Laredo, and Mitsuko Uchida (its current Artistic Director), to name a few. And for 50 years, the Musicians from Marlboro touring program has been taking that summertime magic on the road, bringing the spirit of its Vermont home to audiences across the country.

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Studio Session Live ~ Folk Singer/Songwriters and Their Music

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'You Can See the Moon' by Andrew Neil is a touching dramatised reconstruction based on the extraordinary discovery of the love letters of two Russian Jews living in Stalin’s Russia.

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An achingly passionate two part drama based on the true story of the boy soldier Mirad, fighting on both sides in the Bosnia war.

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Inside Europe - the inside take on European affairs... Deutsche Welle's weekly news magazine that explores the topical issues shaping the continent. No other part of the globe has experienced such dynamic political and social change in recent years.

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WorldLink - linking global voices behind the headlines... Deutsche Welle's current news magazine with updated weekly reporting that examines international news through a personal lens with engaging, sound-rich reporting and compelling interviews. WorldLink foregoes breaking news coverage and analysis, moving directly to the impact of the news - going to the source of the story to find the people whose lives have been changed by today's events.

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Welcome to the spring season of melodically challenged! We will have new shows every week throughout the Spring semester and in January we start with shows that have animals scampering throughout the poems and music. We begin with RATS! (poems that feature both the despicable rodent and the adorable squirrel), we’ll follow that with cats: our Purr-etry show, and after that, of course, we’ll be Gone To The Dogs. We’ll also have a Hot Cool Jazz show written and voiced by our new music director and the newest member of our team: Nancy Correro, a PhD student at Georgia State University. Keegan Osburn, who graduated last year with a BA in Audio Engineering, is another new member of our team: a Sound Editor who works on our shows to give us the best audio quality possible. After Nancy’s show, we’ll look at speed with our A Snail’s Pace and Full Speed Ahead shows. Later in the semester, we will feature a special guest editor: Dr. Julia Brock, who is a history professor at the University of West Georgia. We hope to bring you a Vietnamese translation show, and we are working on shows that focus on individual poets we admire and literary journals that feature audio tracks of their poetry.

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The completed audio documentaries from the Stories from O Henry Middle School. Stories include celebrity musician profiles, an insider's look at the formation of the ACL music festival, and many other stories about local Austin artists, businesses and O Henry Middle School legends.