Johnny Carson (1925 –2005) was seen by more people on more occasions than anyone else in American history.
Jazz singer and saxophonist Curtis Stigers kicks off the Jazz Fest week-long midnight-cap.
The Kamehameha Schools Song Contest, a tradition nearly 90 years in the making, is a one-of-a-kind presentation of Hawaiian language, song, and dance.
Rochester native Bill Klem, the father of modern umpires, is featured in the award-winning documentary Signs of the Time.
In recognition of Jewish American Heritage Month, join host
This week, you’ll wake with host Luna Galassini. She’s new to Rochester, passionate about music, and looking forward to spending time with Classical 91.5 listeners.
This film recounts these events of Jim Thorpe's life through in-depth interviews with Thorpe's surviving children, dramatic re-creations, and archival stills and film.
In our everyday lives, it can be really difficult to determine just how bad we've been.
Join Host Robert Hammond as he talks in studio with Mark
Monday, April 23
Ruth Phinney presents beautiful music, a little news, and the Writer’s Almanac.
On the Composers Datebook: Arthur Farwell
Tuesday, April 24
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