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PublicRadioFan.com

Created and maintained by Kevin Kelly, this is a great site for public radio listeners. The site serves as a directory to public radio stations in the US and around the world, linking to both the Websites and audio feeds as well as programming schedules. It also offers program listings by station, time (including what's on now), or program (the list is huge). There are many, many possibilities for...

http://www.Publicradiofan.com/
The Motley Fool

With a title like “The Motley Fool”, visitors unacquainted with this program may wonder what exactly this series might be about. Created in 1993, the program is essentially a down-to-earth guide to personal finance and investing offered by David Gardner on National Public Radio. As might be expected, this lively program covers a wide range of subjects, including online wedding planning, helpful...

https://www.npr.org/programs/motley-fool/
National Public Radio: Live Concert Series

Since February 2005, National Public Radio has been presenting live concerts that highlight a wide variety of bands, including those that play in the idiom of alt-country and hard-edged classic soul. If one didn’t hear these concerts when they were originally broadcast, they can take advantage of this fine archive offered on this site. The most recent concert offered here (in its entirety) is that...

https://www.npr.org/series/live-in-concert/
The Business

Apparently there is still no business like show business, and KCRW Radio in Santa Monica isn't afraid to take on this sprawling sector of American economic and cultural life. The program is hosted by Kim Masters, a former entertainment-industry correspondent for National Public Radio. She's the author of several books on the business, and once a week she hosts this engaging program. Visitors to...

https://www.kcrw.com/culture/shows/the-business
American Abroad Media

The website for America Abroad Media (AAM) was started in 2002, and the organization is committed to a philosophy of independent journalism. It is broadcast on National Public Radio in the U.S., and on NPR Worldwide in 145 countries. In the "About AAM" section, their mission states, "America Abroad is the only public radio program that devotes an hour to a single issue-providing historical context...

https://www.americaabroadmedia.org/
American Radio Works: Don't Lecture Me

Over the past few decades, higher education has been vastly transformed by online course offerings and myriad changes driven by technological advances and innovation. The old model of straight lectures and recitations to courses large and small has been challenged by new research as well. This documentary from American RadioWorks looks at different educators and institutions as they think about...

http://americanradioworks.publicradio.org/features/tomorrows...
Innovation Hub

Want to know what's going on in the world of innovation? WGBH in Boston has you covered. The Innovation Hub program offers a fine cornucopia of the latest news from the world of innovation, including pieces on the legacy of the Estee Lauder brand, the skyrocketing costs of health care, and new ways of marketing various food products. First-time visitors might want to start with "The Population...

http://blogs.wgbh.org/innovation-hub/