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|Studio 360 is a national radio show about arts and culture, hosted by novelist and journalist Kurt Andersen. Current issues, events and trends in art are a jumping off point for an exploration of ideas that aren't necessarily "news," yet are provocative and offer a lens on experience that only art can provide. Studio 360 presents richly textured and emotionally resonant stories that look at art's creative influence and transformative power in everyday life.
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|Oprah's Book Club
|Find out what Oprah thinks you should be reading
|Art of the Song
|Through Art of the Song we have learned that creativity is a profound agent for community and for change. From South African artist Vusi Mahlasela we learned it is possible to sing a culture of hope into being during the darkest times of apartheid; from Judy Collins that the very act of creating, heals; and from Linda Mason that music created for women in the refugee camps of Darfur meant more to them than physical aid ï¿½ through creative expression they discovered that we did not simply
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|Performances & Lectures
with Jack Duncan
|Jack Duncan takes you to local concert and lecture halls to hear recently performed music, drama, important speeches and lectures. All manner of matters for the gray matter.
|Keehn on Art
|Each week your host Dorka Keehn will interview a leading arts or entertainment personality, transforming the way you look at the world as only art can.
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|Chapter A Day
|Listen to a chapter a day.
|The Front Row
|Dean Dalton hosts Houston Public Radio's weekday arts magazine featuring live, in-studio performances; excerpts from concerts recorded all over southeast Texas; plus lively interviews and features about arts and performance events throughout the Houston-Galveston area.
|In the Morning
|Arts & Entertainment
with Jerry Geitka & Steve Perouka
|Brian Wiley, Garro Ellis, Dave Maynard and Kerry McGill of Securities America, Inc. are live and local financial insiders.
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|The Play's The Thing
|A live performance radio theatre series, in Los Angeles, featuring leading actors in ten state-of-the-art audio productions a year.
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|In The Morning
with Bonnie Grice
|Bonnie Grice hosts a one-hour Arts and Culture Magazine each Tuesday through Friday morning. Long Islands only daily arts and culture magazine features interviews and reports from Long Island and Connecticut’s artists, arts organizations, and arts and cultural leaders.
|The Bloomberg Muse is Bloomberg's forum for the arts and culture.
|Arts & Culture
with Sam Litzinger
|Sam Litzinger discusses books.
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|The Signal, a weekly radio magazine produced by WYPR, is devoted to exploring Maryland's thriving artistic and cultural scene.
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|The Politics of Culture
|Sometimes a panel discussion about current controversies in the cultural world, other times an in-depth interview with an author or leading figures in media, the arts, entertainment or politics, The Politics of Culture examines the intersection where the world of politics and culture meet and sometimes collide.
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Close Up's Home Page
|DE State of the Arts
with Prairie Miller, Peggy Dominique, & Joe Hurley
|Cover to Cover
with assorted hosts
|Booktalk, readings, unique spins on the zeiitgeist, and interviews with authors, poets, and others about all manner of things covering the written word.
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with Dick Estell
|Barbara Mossberg's Poetry Hour
|Roses are red, violets are gay (but that's okay).
Radio about poetry is boring, despite anything you say.