From music to meatballs, the rest of the month's events offer some variety.
Jan. 22, 1930 – Oct. 8, 2020
The BPO is doing two new portraits for the series, featuring ensembles of its woodwind and brass sections. They will air Aug. 17 and 24, respectively.
The station's new music format will be inspired by the Great American Songbook.
After watching portions of “The Bachelorette” and previewing “The Proposal” (review coming Monday), I need to raise my IQ score back to where it used to be. So it’s time to share some information on coming programs on WNED-TV, the local public broadcasting station that spreads knowledge. “The Vietnam War”: The 10-part documentary from Ken Burns is back on
A serious movie premiere on Jewish war veterans by WNED, while a lighthearted (with a twist) flick from
WNED-TV and WBFO-FM didn’t need to look too far to find the replacement for Brian Meyer as senior director of news and public affairs for the local public television and radio station. Dave Rosenthal, who has been of managing editor for WBFO’s “Great Lakes Today” Regional Journalism Collaboration, will take Meyer’s job on April 1. Meyer announced in January
Election Day is looming. You’re nervous and on edge. You’re going to need something to calm you down. And classical music, research suggests, could do the trick. Could Mozart top Merlot? Could Vivaldi replace Valium? It could happen, suggests recent research in Bochum, Germany. The German researchers assembled 120 participants. Half of them spent 25 minutes lying down in silence. The other half listened
A cross-country car trip is a great opportunity to contrast various radio stations. And driving to Chicago last week for the Chicago Blues Festival,