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Cabinet of Wonders

The noted musician and impresario John Wesley Harding has created a new variety show for National Public Radio. It's called "Cabinet of Wonders" and on the program's home page, it says that the show will "make you laugh, think and sing along. Sometimes all at once." The program is recorded live at the City Winery in New York City, and so far performers on the have included John Hodgman, Colson...
Classical New England

Classical New England is a public service provided by WGBH in Boston with affiliate stations in Nantucket and Providence, Rhode Island. The cornucopia of music here can be explored via the Topics section on the right-hand side of the page. Here visitors can look through programs like "The Bach Hour" and "Classical Music With Cathy Fuller." Not surprisingly, there's an entire section dedicated to...
TED Radio Hour

If you enjoy TED talks, you'll find the TED Radio Hour most compelling. Each show is dedicated to a different theme, such as the source of happiness, crowd-sourcing innovation, power shifts, or inexplicable connections. The episodes are co-produced by NPR and TED and visitors to the site can make their way through over a dozen programs. Some of the offerings here include "Africa: The Next...
Snap Judgment

Billed as "Storytelling. With a beat," Snap Judgment is an fine public radio show hosted by Glynn Washington. Before turning to this assignment, Washington was an educator, diplomat, community activist, actor, political strategist, and self-described fist-shaker. The stories here are culled from every corner of society, and they include tales of family, personal struggle, and triumph over...