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Left, Right & Center is KCRW’s show where we take on all the political issues -- even the complicated ones that might divide your own family.

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89 Pieces

Exploring what it means to live a good life.

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252 Pieces

Introduce children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way.


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Nora Barrows-Friedman brings us a recap of Palestinian news.

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551 Pieces

Sea Change Radio iss a weekly show covering the shifts to social, environmental, and economic sustainability. The show is nationally syndicated and podcast globally.

  • From: Alex Wise
  • Updated: Apr 06, 2018
  • Avg Piece Length: 29:26
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138 Pieces

An eclectic free-form mix of music from around the world, produced by Montana Public Radio hosts Sarah Aronson, Tom Berich, and Michael Marsolek.

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276 Pieces

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio travels the world to discover how food and cooking are changing lives and cultures, from $13,500 melons in Japan and computer-generated cookie recipes to the home cooking of Ina Garten and Egyptian fast food in Berlin. With an all-star cast of contributors including Sara Moulton (long-time public television host and cookbook author), Adam Gopnik (contributing writer for The New Yorker), Dan Pashman (host of The Sporkful podcast) and host Christopher Kimball (founder of Cook’s Magazine, long-time public TV and Radio host, and founder of Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street). Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio is distributed by PRX and recorded in the studios of WGBH.

Caption: Groks Science Radio Show
754 Pieces

Weekly science radio program hosted by Dr. Charles Lee and Dr. Frank Ling. 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: Jun 24, 2020
  • Avg Piece Length: 25:32
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The Children’s Bookshelf from WCMU Public Radio showcases new children’s book titles meant to engage young readers in the joy of story found in both the written word and illustrations. The target audience includes teachers, librarians, parents and grandparents as part of their role to foster the love of reading. Each of the two minute reviews have accompanying study questions and activities and are available as podcasts. The series host and reviewer is Dr. Sue Ann Martin, Professor Emerita of Communication and Dramatic Arts in the College of Communication and Fine Arts, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.

  • From: WCMU Michigan
  • Updated: Jun 04, 2018
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:02
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286 Pieces

Heard on radio stations across the country for more than a decade, Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin is a creative exploration of classical music and other genres. Each week’s programs are unified by compositions that share a central theme, which might be a composer, a period of history, or a musical form. Peabody Award-winning broadcaster Bill McGlaughlin is a broadly experienced musician, conductor, and composer. Bill draws on his background, his love of jazz, and his unmatched musical knowledge to connect recorded examples with engaging commentary. McGlaughlin is an affable, yet erudite musical story teller, whose insights speak to both novice and expert classical music fans. Listeners and program directors have enthusiastically responded to Bill McGlaughlin’s anecdotes and illustrations at the piano, and recently, The Association of Music Personnel in Public Radio (AMPPR) honored Bill McGlaughlin with its Lifetime Achievement Award during the 2011 Public Radio Music Conference. The series is also syndicated internationally, and its universal appeal was recently recognized by listeners in Canberra, Australia, who chose Exploring Music as the recipient of the 2010 Artsound Award for Best Overseas Program. Draw your listeners more fully into the world of classical music and develop new audience members by adding Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin to your program schedule.

Caption: Karl Christenson & Dr. Zorba Paster
181 Pieces

Laughter's the best medicine, and there's always a healthy dose on public radio's longest-running healthy living talk show. Join Zorba Paster and Karl Christenson as they kick back with callers for lively talk about what's new in healthy living on ZORBA PASTER ON YOUR HEALTH. For custom promos/tags please reach out to Karl Christenson: karl.christenson@wpr.org

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230 Pieces

Imaginary Worlds sounds like what would happen if NPR went to ComicCon and decided that’s all they ever wanted to cover.

  • From: Eric Molinsky
  • Updated: Mar 17, 2022
  • Avg Piece Length: 27:35
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201 Pieces

A program of blues, jazz, and other kindred forms of music. 

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The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is proud to announce details of its 2021-2022 radio series season. The 52 one-hour programs, hosted by Elliott Forrest, feature live recorded performances by leading chamber music players from around the world. Programs feature enlightening commentary from CMS Co-Artistic Director David Finckel, and the performers.

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Red Barn Radio is a syndicated weekly radio show produced from live recordings in Lexington, Kentucky. Our live sessions are open to the public and offer the live audience a unique opportunity to experience grassroots artists influenced by the southern sound. Our radio show brings this experience to our listening audience around the world.

  • From: WEKU
  • Updated: Oct 05, 2020
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:56:47
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The quest to discover the eternal mystery at the Heart of Turtle Island.

  • From: Adrian Vilaca
  • Updated: Jan 18, 2024
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:06
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324 Pieces

Laura Flanders & Friends (formerly The Laura Flanders Show) is a forward-looking public affairs series, combining original investigative reporting with in-depth interviews with diverse, often grassroots leaders who are driving forward-thinking change in the worlds of arts, business, civic life and social justice.

Caption: Snap Judgment
501 Pieces

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

  • From: Snap Judgment
  • Updated: Feb 19, 2024
  • Avg Piece Length: 53:56
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Full Moon Hacksaw is a weekly two-hour radio series spotlighting an eclectic mix of classic and modern Jazz and Blues music, hosted by Arizona radio veteran Tom "Hacksaw" Coulson. The program is free and stations have the option of carrying it in one of three formats: (a) 2 consecutive hours weekly, (b) Two non-consecutive one hour programs weekly, or (c) As a one hour program weekly (either hour 1 or hour 2)

  • From: KRDP
  • Updated: Jun 15, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:59:58
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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. 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: May 09, 2018
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:31
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Music beyond boundaries for a digital world. Deep Threes is the weekly radio show that brings you eclectic instrumental soundscapes that fuse jazz, electronica, soundtracks, modern classical, experimental music and more. “Deep” is a nod to the deep tracks of the past. “Threes” refers to the MP3s that fill up our hard drives and computing clouds. Deep Threes has brings the listener long pieces that take music beyond boundaries. New releases from independent artists. Rediscovered gems from the past. Compelling pieces with room to breathe. Music with bite, passion and depth.

  • From: Deep Threes
  • Updated: Mar 14, 2018
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:58:00
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Early Music Now with Sara Schneider is a one-hour program showcasing music from the Middle Ages, Renaissance and early Baroque: from sonorous medieval chant and polyphony to delightful renaissance madrigals, dances, and consort music to magnificent baroque cantatas and keyboard music.

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89 Pieces

Exploring what it means to live a good life.