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Posted on Dec 10, 2014 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

Give your audience the gift of…

…Programs from Creative PR Give your listeners the gift of great programming! WINTER WONDERLAND Weekly Programs MISTLETOE Modules SLEIGH BELL Specials Fill up your stockings…our programs are...

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Bringing Back the Chestnut – the Holidays on “With Good Reason”

Posted on Dec 10, 2014 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

Bringing Back the Chestnut – the Holidays on “With Good Reason”

Most of the chestnuts roasting on open fires this winter are from Europe or Asia, not America. In the early 1900s, American chestnut trees from Maine to Georgia were largely wiped out by blight. Heather Griscom (James Madison University) is helping to restore American chestnut trees and joins us for a sampling of holiday chestnut treats. Plus: What’s Christmas without a little organ music? With Good Reason producer Kelley Libby visits one of the oldest working organs in America and brings us a private recital by Tom Marshall (William and Mary). Later in the show: Whether it’s a traditional...

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This month on Insight Daily – Mannheim Steamroller, Maya Angelou, Herb Alpert, and more.

Posted on Dec 3, 2014 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

This month on Insight Daily – Mannheim Steamroller, Maya Angelou, Herb Alpert, and more.

This December: Mannheim Steamroller  Chip Davis, creator of Mannheim Steamroller, and #1 Christmas music artist in history, discusses his career. (Fundraising premium available: Mannheim Steamroller 30/40 cd). Maya Angelou’s Caged Bird Songs  Before her death Dr. Maya Angelou had signed off on a unique music project she had been actively involved with over the last seven years. Producer Shawn Rivera talks about the pairing of the legendary poet’s illuminating commentary about life and social issues with the contemporary fusion of hip-hop, blues, and jazz.  (Fundraising premium...

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“Interstellar” & Upcoming Programs on Planetary Radio

Posted on Nov 25, 2014 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

“Interstellar” & Upcoming Programs on Planetary Radio

The Planetary Society’s weekly show that takes your listeners to the final frontier.     Featuring commentary by Society CEO  Bill Nye the Science Guy.  Upcoming episodes include: 11/24: Mark McCaughrean, Senior Science Advisory at the European Space Agency, to talk about Rosetta and Philae at comet 67/P 12/1: Kip Thorne, Retired Caltech physicist, science advisor for and executive producer of the new science fiction blockbuster “Interstellar” 12/8: Sara Seager, MIT planetary scientist who studies exoplanet atmospheres in the search for life and Earth 2.0 Each week,...

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2 New Modules from the Producers of “The EnvironMinute”

Posted on Nov 11, 2014 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

2 New Modules from the Producers of “The EnvironMinute”

CurrentCast and Climate Connections are available now! CurrentCast is a daily (M – F), 60-second radio module that: educates listeners about water issues, promotes an appreciation for aquatic environments, and encourages an educated discussion about this critical resource. For More information about CurrentCast, click HERE. Climate Connections is a new, 90-second daily (M – F) module that moves climate change away from the debate and focuses on how it’s impacting listeners’ lives. For more information about Climate Connections, click...

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Veteran’s Day Program from With Good Reason

Posted on Oct 6, 2014 in Featured, Programs, Specials | 0 comments

Veteran’s Day Program from With Good Reason

For Veteran’s Day (Nov. 11) “Messages From a Forgotten Troopship” Available in one-hour and half-hour versions In the 1960s, it took almost three weeks to cross the sea from America to Vietnam. In a poignant, evocative (and free!) program, With Good Reason recreates life aboard the General Nelson M. Walker with a few of the soldiers who traveled on it, capturing moments outside of combat on the way to Vietnam, and – for the lucky ones- on the way back. Also included in the hour-long program are stories about women journalists who covered the Vietnam War, and the risk...

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