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Give your audience the gift of…

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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Norfolk Asks – This week on The Thomas Jefferson Hour

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

Norfolk Asks – This week on The Thomas Jefferson Hour

This week’s show is the second part of a live performance of The Thomas Jefferson Hour recorded on October 17, 2014 in front of a sold out audience at the studios of WHRO in Norfolk, Virginia. The show is hosted by WHRO’s own award winning broadcaster Cathy Lewis and features audience questions for both President Jefferson and Clay Jenkinson. For more information about The Thomas Jefferson Hour, click HERE.

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The Future of Higher Education – This week on “With Good Reason”

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

The Future of Higher Education – This week on “With Good Reason”

In May of 2012, Harvard and MIT announced a partnership to provide free courses to anyone, anywhere, sparking an intense debate about the future of a bricks and mortar education. With Good Reason shares highlights from University of Mary Washington’s Open and Digital Learning Resources Conference, sponsored by the State Council for Higher Education, including a panel moderated by Jeffrey McClurken (University of Mary Washington) where experts weighed in on the future of higher education. AND:  Gardner Campbell (Virginia Commonwealth University) argues that the pursuit of wisdom should be the...

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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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