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Love in the Workplace – This week on WITH GOOD REASON

Posted on Sep 30, 2014 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

Love in the Workplace – This week on WITH GOOD REASON

A new study finds that an affectionate work environment boosts teamwork and job satisfaction and leads to less burnout and absenteeism. A forthcoming article in the Harvard Business Review looks at the research by Mandy O’Neil (George Mason University). And: A young husband and wife explain how they turned to bicycling to lose weight and gain fitness. Donald and Kelly Sorah (University of Virginia at Wise) have lost nearly 300 pounds together. Plus: With people living longer, more adult children are caring for their aging parents. Sarah Gilbert (Radford University) gives long-term planning...

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Rudiments of Grammar – This week on THE THOMAS JEFFERSON HOUR

Posted on Sep 23, 2014 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

Rudiments of Grammar – This week on THE THOMAS JEFFERSON HOUR

This week’s show is devoted to a discussion with Thomas Jefferson about the nature of language. President Jefferson speaks about the rules of grammar during his time, and shares his thoughts about neologism, dictionaries, Doctor Samuel Johnson and Johnson’s work with the English language. For more information about The Thomas Jefferson Hour, click HERE.

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River, Desert, Mountains and Birds

Posted on Sep 16, 2014 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

River, Desert, Mountains and Birds

Alex Chadwick Explores Big Bend National Park in Southwest Texas This four-part feature series is available now, in advance of National Public Lands Day on September 27. Big Bend National Park: rugged, diverse, remote. A place, as Alex Chadwick discovers, that ignites fierce passions in the people who love it. A place that shapes their lives in often unexpected ways. Timed to coincide with National Public Lands Day on September 27, 2014, these features are rich in sound. Produced by Katie Davis and recorded and mixed by Flawn Williams, they provide an ideal centerpiece for National Public...

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Need some jazz?

Posted on Sep 15, 2014 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

Need some jazz?

Looking for a jazz program? consider 12th Street Jump Public Radio’s Weekly Jazz, Blues, Comedy Jam Now heard on over 100 public stations, 12SJ is an entertaining jazz and blues-inflected “Saturday Night Live”– celebrating the legends of jazz Recorded live in a studio, or at one of Kansas City’s jazz clubs, 12 Street Jump features: The 12th Street Jump band (musical director Joe Cartwright, along with Tyrone Clark on bass and Mike Warren on drums) and vocalists David Basse and Nedra Dixon. Hosts and improv comedians Pete Weber and Pearl McDonald poke fun at...

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Planetary Radio

Posted on Aug 13, 2014 in Featured, Ongoing Weekly, Programs | 0 comments

Planetary Radio

Public radio’s only long format, weekly series devoted to space exploration and the scientists, engineers, astronauts and visionaries who lead it. Each week, Planetary Radio visits with a scientist, engineer, project manager, astronaut, advocate or writer who provides a unique and exciting perspective on the exploration of our solar system and beyond. We also showcase regular features that raise your space IQ while they put a smile on your face. Host Mat Kaplan is joined by Planetary Society colleagues Bill Nye the Science Guy, Bruce Betts, and Emily Lakdawalla. LENGTH: 30 minutes...

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Jewish Holiday Programming from Larry Josephson

Posted on Aug 11, 2014 in Featured, Programs, Specials | 0 comments

Jewish Holiday Programming from Larry Josephson

September marks the 360th Anniversary of the first Jews immigrating to America, and Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish calendar follows at the beginning of Oct. To observe and celebrate these special days, Producer Larry Josephson offers: Remember Us Unto Life – A High Holy Days Special ONLY IN AMERICA – the story of American Jews told in six one-hour programs and two specials. The sound-rich programs are artfully mixed using archival sound, oral history clips, interviews, narration, music (sacred, popular and novelty songs,) and...

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