Over the past six months, With Good Reason explored how the classroom reinforces inequality, from the school-to-prison pipeline to standardized testing, and how public schools—with the right support—might fulfill the promise of an equal education.
Degrees of Separation
A six-part series on public education and inequality in America
Episode 6 available on August 26th
The Closer To Truth Radio Hour
A limited series of 10 programs exploring the vital ideas of existence
In its 17th season, the popular PBS television series Closer To Truth is broadcast on over 200 PBS and public stations in the U.S. and internationally.
Now these intimate conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers offering cutting-edge insights on the vital ideas of existence are available to the public radio audience in the Closer To Truth Radio Hour.
Closer To Truth makes profound ideas accessible, relevant, and engaging.
For more information, visit the Program listing.
From America’s suburbs to the subways, from community centers to world-renowned stages, Chinese musicians are bringing the sounds of an ancient art form to our western tapestry. Passage to the Middle Kingdom tells the stories of the instruments, the music, and the keepers of this oral tradition.
- Passage to the Middle Kingdom features are available in standard 4:30 length and an extended 10:00 length with additional music and information, and are ideal to drop into breaks in National programs, or insert into local magazine or hosted programs.
- Four programs are now available and the full 8-part program will be available in June.
To listen or get more information about Passage of the Middle Kingdom, visit our program listing.
From the San Francisco Bay Area, epicenter of The Summer of Love, Producers Gregg McVicar & Gabriela Castelán present a special edition of UnderCurrents WEEKEND.
- Allen Cohen, publisher of the Haight Ashbury psychedelic newspaper The Oracle.
- Artist Ann Cohen and visitors to the deYoung Museum exhibit “Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll” plus
- Music and radio from 1967 including the Jefferson Airplane, Country Joe and the Fish, Janis Joplin, The Byrds, Ravi Shankar, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Simon and Garfunkel, and more….
Dive into the history of recorded sound!
Sound Beat is a daily, 90-second public radio show that showcases recordings from Syracuse University Libraries’ Belfer Audio Archive, one of the nation’s largest sound archives.
Episodes feature a wide range of recordings from all musical genres, film scores, and great thinkers and political figures such as Albert Einstein and Teddy Roosevelt, and more. Listeners will hear fascinating rare gems, old favorites, and some never heard before recordings.
For more information about Sound Beat, check out our Program Listing