Regretfully, the Brown-Bag Lunch with Suzanne Bona, host of Sunday Baroque, as scheduled for March 21 at the LCSC Center for Arts and History has been cancelled due to a… Continue Reading Cancelled: Lewiston Brown-Bag Lunch With Suzanne Bona
Buy Concert Ticket Suzanne Bona swaps her Sunday Baroque mic for a FLUTE next month, when she comes to Moscow perform with guitarist James Reid. The program has baroque music,… Continue Reading National radio host teams up with Moscow guitarist to make sublime music
PHOTO: Anna King interviewing Jane Hedges, the now-retired head of Washington Ecology’s Hanford office. Hedges grew up swimming off the docks in Richland, but only understood the massive scope of the… Continue Reading Expert Women Explore The Heavy Burden Of Hanford Cleanup In Tri-Cities Event On March 21
Buy Concert Ticket Suzanne Bona, host and executive producer of public radio’s Sunday Baroque, will be the headliner at events in Moscow March 18 – 20: a fundraising lunch and… Continue Reading Sunday Baroque On The Palouse: Two Events In March
Concern over climate change rose in late November with the release of a United Nations report on limiting global warming. “An ear-splitting wake-up call to the world,” the UN said of… Continue Reading Climate and Environment Radio Programs Begin in January
With their donation of $100,000, Pullman-based listeners Donald Matteson and Marianna Merritt Matteson have created a permanent public radio music fund. The endowment will provide ongoing support for classical music… Continue Reading Don And Marianna Matteson Provide For Musical Future At NWPB
Thanks to a grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, new public TV and radio programs will soon be made in the Northwest. The Murdock Trust awarded a grant of… Continue Reading Murdock Trust Grants $98,000 to Create Northwest-Based Programs
Armistice Day: Music from the Trenches This program commemorates the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the end of World War I. You’ll hear music from both sides of the… Continue Reading November: Special Occasions, Special Programs
On November 14, KTNW, the PBS station for the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla will switch to a new transmitter and antenna. Viewers who watch the station using cable or satellite will not see a change. However, KTNW will be broadcasting on a new frequency which will require people who watch free using an antenna to rescan their TV to be able to see the channel. Continue Reading NWPB TV Station, KTNW, Is Getting An Upgrade
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.” Continue Reading Joshua Johnson’s Welcome Space For Discourse
It’s almost graduation day, and students — an important part of NWPB — prepare to move on. Their time spent at NWPB is a resume builder and investment in their… Continue Reading Goodbye And Good Luck, Connor, Kevin, Preston and Afiq!