The Met Opera presents Iphigénie En Tauride.
Diane hosts a discussion on the future of funding for public broadcasting.
Radioworks takes a historical look at the state of Mississippi during the battle for integration.
Radioworks honors Black History Month with speeches by some of the most influencial activists of the Civil Rights Era.
Host Maya Angelou poetically and historically covers milestones by African Americans in Nobel Peace Prize, Grammy, Academy Awards, and cultural awards.
People with slow reaction times. Very, very slow.
Join us to hear how bees are helping keep convicts from becoming repeat offenders.
Emily has Cerebral Palsy, and is learning not only to communicate, but also to reach her full potential as a human being.
Rochester native Philip Schultz has overcome his dyslexia and has become a successful writer and poet.
Host Brenda Tremblay talks about the World premiere of Josh Forgèt's Three Sketches for Orchestra, and the debut of the new Hochstein Alumni Orchestra.
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