Special programs examine different aspects of the quintessential American holiday this month: scientific, culinary, musical and literary. Meantime, how’s your holiday prep going? If you don’t know what to do or where to start, here’s a guide to keep you on track for the perfect Thanksgiving meal. Bring on the turkey and pie! The Pulse:… Read More
New program schedules take effect July 1, 2019. These are the programs joining the lineup: Newshour brings global news to NWPB at 1 PM weekdays. BBC Newshour: The BBC World Service’s flagship program comes to weekday afternoons, live from London with the latest news, and conversations with newsmakers, eyewitnesses, correspondents and analysts. PRI’s The World… Read More
Celebrate Black History Month every Friday  on the NPR News service. We pay tribute to the struggle of generations of African Americans with special programs: Friday, February 1, 7 PM, NPR News service: The Freed People In one of the most fascinating chapters of American history, Congress established The Freedmen’s Bureau as the Civil War drew… Read More
1A host Joshua Johnson had big shoes to fill: his show was the replacement for the Diane Rehm Show, which built a very loyal following over its 37-year run. But it didn't take long for him to go from “Joshua who?” to a very recognizable and popular host, at turns enthusiastic, expressive, and self-deprecating - and a bastion of "relentless civility." Read More
Left: Ailsa Chang will be the newest host of All Things Considered. Right: Noel King will join Morning Edition as a new host. Listen You’ll be hearing the voices of Ailsa Chang and Noel King more often, as the newest hosts of All Things Considered and Morning Edition, respectively. Noel King got her start in radio as a foreign correspondent in Sudan a… Read More
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