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6:00 pmAmerican Routes
8:00 pm¡Tertulia!
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Contact: tertulia@wfcr.org
10:00 pmVoces de Nuestro Mundo
10:30 pmLatino USA
11:00 pmConcierto

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12:00 amBeethoven Satellite Network
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5:00 amOvernight Classical Music
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Classical Music in the wee hours.
6:00 amSunday Baroque
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Hosted By: Suzanne Bona
8:00 amWeekend Edition Sunday
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Hosted By: Liane Hanson
A news magazine covering newsmakers, artists, scientists, politicians, musicians, writers, thinkers, theologians and all manner of news events. Among the regular features, the quiz with Puzzlemaster Will Shortz is a favorite among listeners.
10:00 amSunday Classical Music
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Hosted By: Walter Carroll
Contact: wdc@wfcr.org
3:00 pmFrom the Top
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Christopher O’Riley
Hosted by acclaimed pianist Christopher O'Riley, From the Top celebrates the amazing performances and captivating stories of extraordinary young classical musicians.

Broadcast on nearly 250 stations nationwide to an audience of more than 700,000 listeners each week, From the Top is one of the most popular classical music programs on radio. Each one hour episode presents five high-caliber performances along with interviews, sketches and games, revealing the heart and soul behind extraordinary young musicians. Now in its twelfth year on air, From the Top is taped before live audiences in concert halls from Boston to Honolulu and is distributed by NPR.

Over the years some of the most prominent figures in classical music have appeared alongside young talent on From the Top. These guest artists include Yo-Yo Ma, Hilary Hahn, Bobby McFerrin, Midori, Béla Fleck and many more. Alumni of From the Top are now popping up in the country's top orchestras and emerging with solo careers.
4:00 pmThis American Life
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Ira Glass
If you've never heard This American Life, our staff's favorites page provides a great introduction to what we do. You might want to start there. After a few episodes, we're sure you'll figure it out. Or, if you're looking for a written introduction, here goes:

One of our problems from the start has been that when we try to describe This American Life in a sentence or two, it just sounds awful. For instance: each week we choose a theme and put together different kinds of stories on that theme. That doesn't sound like something we'd want to listen to on the radio, and it's our show.

So usually we just say what we're not. We're not a news show or a talk show or a call-in show. We're not really formatted like other radio shows at all. Instead, we do these stories that are like movies for radio. There are people in dramatic situations. Things happen to them. There are funny moments and emotional moments and—hopefully—moments where the people in the story say interesting, surprising things about it all. It has to be surprising. It has to be fun.
5:00 pmAll Things Considered
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Hosted By: Debbie Elliott
In 1977, All Things Considered expanded to seven days, with one-hour news magazines Saturday and Sunday evenings. The weekend program keeps listeners on top of the latest news and trends.
Contact: watc@npr.org

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