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"Riverwalk Jazz" presents a season of captivating shows that tell the story of jazz in America. The Jim Cullum Jazz Band's music covers the genre's early years — from turn-of-the-century blues and cakewalks, to the small swing ensembles of the...
Says You! is a simple game with words played by two teams in front of live, enthusiastic audiences from coast to coast. For almost two decades, we’ve offered our listeners the best quips, quotes and questions that public radio has to offer, all...
Every month, an Arkansas scientist or expert provides insight on a science topic as a guest on the KUAR's "Science Café Little Rock" live call-in show hosted by Dorothy Graves, Ph.D., of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Explore science-related topics -- from subatomic particles and the human genome to the Internet and earthquakes. Listen to in-depth discussion with scientists and others from all walks of life whose work influences our daily lives.
Selected Shorts is a weekly public radio show produced by Symphony Space and WNYC in New York and distributed by Public Radio International. It features fictional stories connected by a weekly theme, told by actors from the stage and...
Snap Judgment is a themed, weekly NPR storytelling show. It is focused on presenting compelling personal stories - mixing tall tales with killer beats to produce cinematic, dramatic radio.
Snap Judgment is sponsored by the Corporation...
StarDate debuted in 1978, making it the longest-running national radio science feature in the country. It airs on more than 300 radio stations.
StarDate tells listeners what to look for in the night sky, and explains...
True stories told by the Southerners who lived them. The program is recorded in front of a live audience at Starving Artist Cafe in the Argenta Arts District in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
The program is hosted by Paula Morell.