HPR-2 Program Listings

Weekdays 
12:00am BBC World Service
6:00am Performance Today  
Live concerts by famous artists in concert halls around the globe and from the American Public Media studios as well as interviews, news and features. Daily program information is available in the HPR-1 program listings.
8:00am The Conversation  with Beth-Ann Kozlovich and Chris VandercookFor, by, and about the people of Hawaii, the co-hosts will be talking to all sorts of people about all sorts of things, from the state’s budget crisis to huli-huli chicken, with island-to-island interviews and features on science, arts and culture, agriculture, politics, tourism, and of course everyday life.
9:00am Monday-Thursday The Takeaway  The Takeaway is the national morning news program that delivers the news and analysis you need to catch up, start your day, and prepare for what's ahead. Host John Hockenberry, along with the The New York Times and WGBH Boston, invites listeners every morning to learn more and be part of the American conversation on-air and online here at thetakeaway.org.  The Takeaway is a unique partnership of global news leaders. It is a co-production of PRI (Public Radio International) and WNYC Radio in collaboration with The New York Times and WGBH Boston.
9:00am Friday Science Friday Journalist Ira Flatow is joined by listeners and studio guests to explore science-related topics - from subatomic particles and the human genome to the Internet and earthquakes. Flatow offers in-depth discussion with scientists and others from all walks of life, giving listeners the chance to hear from the people whose work influences their daily lives. 
10:00am Monday-Thursday  BBC World Service
11:00am The World
12:00pm All Things Considered
2:00pm
BBC World Service
3:00pm Fresh Air  Terry Gross hosts this multi-award-winning daily interview and features program. The veteran public radio interviewer is known for her extraordinary ability to engage guests of all dispositions. Every weekday she delights intelligent and curious listeners with revelations on contemporary societal concerns.
4:00pm-6:00pm (see below for daily programming)
6:00pm Marketplace  
Award-winning Marketplace is public radio's daily magazine on business and economics news "for the rest of us."
6:30pm-midnight (see below for daily programming)

1 SUNDAY
12:00am 
Blues From the Basement with Jon Alan
2:00am Blues before Sunrise with Steve Cushing
5:00am Weekend Edition  NPR's weekend morning newsmagazine covering hard news, a wide variety of newsmakers, and cultural stories with care, accuracy, and a wink of humor.
10:00am Krista Tippett On Being  Krista’s guest is social researcher Bren Brown, a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate School of Social Work. Her books include “The Gifts of Imperfection” and “Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead.” She compiled data on vulnerability and courage that shook the perfectionistic ground beneath her own feet. She also discovered a stark gulf between what we want to be true  and what is true  in vulnerability between men and women, and she exquisitely uncomfortably describes the difference between making our children happy or raising brave, engaged human beings.
11:00am New Dimensions
  Faith Without Religion: Bowing to the Mystery of Life  Roger Housden shares with us that keeping faith does not require a religious code or practice. “Faith is a wholehearted bodily knowing,” he says. Faith is an aliveness that doesn’t have an explanation. The purpose of life is revealed gradually. Simply by trusting the present moment as it opens up to the next, we are expressing faith, love, and generosity. His books include “Ten Poems to Change Your Life” (Harmony 2001) and “Keeping the Faith Without a Religion” (Sounds True 2014). Program #3525.
12:00pm TED Radio Hour  What We Fear (Rebroadcast) TED speakers explore what it means to be afraid, and how we calm ourselves down-- or don’t -- when we’re terrified.
1:00pm Kanikapila Sunday with Derrick Malama
4:00pm Fascinatin' Rhythm with Michael Lasser  Meeting Again: The Love Songs of World War I  Like the love songs of any war, these ballads express the emotions of parting and separation in a dangerous time, but they also take the world beyond the lovers into account.
5:00pm Sinatra, the Man and the Music with Guy Steele
6:00pm A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor.  We're sticking around unseasonably warm Saint Paul, Minnesota for another live broadcast from the Fitzgerald Theater, with special guests country songwriter and singer Robbie Fulks, Oklahoma's own John Fullbright, and singer and actress Kate Beahen. Plus, the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, Sue Scott, Tim Russell, and Fred Newman; musical director and pianist Richard Dworsky with The Exchange Street Quartet (Jeff Bailey on bass, cellist Sally Dorer, drummer Bernie Dresel, and Richard Kriehn on mandolin and fiddle); and the latest News from Lake Wobegon. Tune in on your local public radio station or watch the entire show live at prairiehome.org!
8:00pm American Routes with Nick Spitzer  Doo-Wop Voices: Aaron Neville and Kenny Vance (repeat) Join us on the street corner for some “shang-a-langs” and “do-wop de waddas” from the past and the present. Confused? Listen in to our conversation with New Orleans own Aaron Neville about his recent album of 50s classics, including his take on the harmonizing genre. Then we visit with Brooklyn bred Kenny Vance, founding member of Jay and the Americans, to talk mechanics and art of the doo-wop sound. You'll be “shama-lama ding dong”-ing in no time!
10:00pm Full Nelson with Tim Vandeveer 
11:00pm Bluegrass Breakdown with Dave Higgs  Enough's Enough

2 MONDAY
4:00pm Living On Earth
with Steve Curwood. Alaska is abundant in wildlife, timber, rivers and minerals, and home to some of the most lucrative and sustainable fishing in the world, but mining development could put the pristine environment at risk, and many Alaska residents want to see strong protections for the natural riches of the states forests and waters.
5:00pm The Body Show with Dr. Kathleen Kozak.   Heart valve disease is one of the most common heart problems, affecting 1 in 8 patients over the age of 75. Just a decade ago, there weren't a lot of options for people with valve issues. Luckily, all that has changed. Dr. Christian Spies, interventional cardiologist will explain how more lives can be saved than ever before.
6:30pm
Humankind with David Freudberg.  The dilemma of an estimated 100,000 Americans who are both deaf and blind is explored through the fascinating experiences of a Los Angeles woman who was born with normal hearing and sight, but then lost both senses.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

3 TUESDAY
4:00pm Travel
with Rick Steves.  Marine biologists caution that we need to expand protection zones in the world's oceans to ten times what they are today.  Find out what's been threatening the mid-Pacific, and what's being done about it. We'll also discover how convents and monasteries can be a comfortable option to hotels and B-and-Bs, in some of the world's prime locales. And learn how the band The Long Winters tours Europe, and where they find the biggest fans for American rock and roll.
5:00pm Selected Shorts  “Cryptology,” by Leonard Michaels, performed by David Rakoff “Gomez Palacio,” by Roberto Boleno, performed by David Rakoff. Guest host: David Sedaris.
6:30pm New Letters on the Air  Christina Anderson grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, and made her way to Brown and then Yale University before ending up in New York City where American Theatre Magazine named her as one of fifteen artists "whose work will be transforming America's stages for decades to come." She discusses the importance of transformation in her plays, from the first creative spark to the final curtain call, hoping her work will inspire change in the real world by encouraging audiences to look at characters and settings not often examined. Anderson reads from her play "Good Goods" published in 2012 in "The Methuen Drama Book of Post-Black Plays," and discusses "Blacktop Sky," which made the rounds as part of the National New Play Network.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

4 WEDNESDAY
4:00pm Tech Nation
with Dr. Moira Gunn.  Moira speaks with Sir Andrew Dillon, CEO of NICE, the UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. Then on BioTech Nation, a talk with Dr. David Borkholder, Bausch & Lomb Associate Professor of Microsystems Engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology, and Founder and CTO of Blackbox Biometrics, about impact technology for soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan experiencing IEDs, now available to measuring everyday concussive events in sports. Also, Dr. Simon Cherry, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Radiology at UC Davis, discusses the development of a whole body scanner to detect and qualify cancer in a single sweep.
5:00pm Bytemarks Café 
with Burt Lum and Ryan Ozawa.  We’ll find out what happens when social science meets technology. People in Yellowstone national park live on Yellowstone time, and there’s an app for that. So how else can tech help us rethink history and culture?
6:30pm CounterSpin
  The victory of the austerity-rejecting Syriza party in Greece has some corporate media clucking about “financial chaos” in Europe, due to Greece’s unwillingness to “clean up its act,” but could it be that what elite media fear isn’t that Syriza will fail—but that it might succeed? We’ll talk with Mark Weisbrot of the Center for Economic and Policy Research about the meaning of the Greek elections. Also, the last-minute cancellation of a House vote on a bill that would ban abortion after 20 weeks was reported as a “stumble” for the new Republican leadership. It’s not the first time women’s right to control their own bodies has been framed as primarily a political football. Besides being shallow and predictable, our guest says such coverage presents real threats to real women’s rights. We'll talk with Amanda Marcotte about abortion and the new Congress.
7:00pm BBC World Service

8:00pm Latin Beat with Ray Cruz
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

5 THURSDAY
4:00pm
Says You!  Taped in front of live audiences at various locations nationwide, 'Says You!' features six panelists divided into two teams of three that bluff, guess, and expound their way through this fast-paced program. This week, a high concept round of ‘Addenda,’ a musical round featuring Mark Gionfriddo and the big band, and we revisit a round of art on radio. Recorded September 30, 2006 at Chapin Auditorium in Mary Wooley Hall on the campus of Mt. Holyoke College, with guest performer Tom Kemp, and musical performers The Mt. Holyoke Big Band.
5:00pm Town Square
 with Beth-Ann Kozlovich. 
6:30pm With Good Reason with Sarah McConnell  How the Bard Meant It  Throughout 2014, Shakespeare’s 450th birthday inspired festivals and performances around the world. As the year of his birth comes to a close, we take a look back at how the Bard’s plays would have been performed in their day. David Crystal is a linguist and author who has researched Original Pronunciation, or OP, the accent with which actors in Shakespeare’s day would have spoken their lines. And Daniel Fromson tells the modern-day story of a man who set sail for an island on which it’s rumored OP still exists. Plus: Getting the accent right is a challenge, but there’s a whole different challenge in uncovering what Shakespeare’s words actually meant. Paul D’Andrea (George Mason University) has spent years trying to pull the big ideas out of Shakespeare’s plays.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

6 FRIDAY
4:00pm Inside Europe  
From Deutsche Welle Radio, this weekly program provides listeners with the latest developments in Europe as a network of staff and freelance correspondents look beyond the headlines to provide analysis, background and color to make the European story relevant for American listeners. 
5:00pm On the Media  with Bob Garfield and Brooke Gladstone.  This week ISIS released a video that features the gruesome execution of a captured Jordanian pilot. We explore how this latest incident fits within ISISs pattern of highly publicized atrocities. Also, a new documentary on Scientology pushes the Church's already hyperactive PR machine into overdrive.
6:30pm Left, Right & Center  Josh Barro (domestic correspondent for the New York Times) moderates from the Center. On the Left, Robert Scheer (Editor-in-Chief, TruthDig-dot-com). Tim Carney (Washington Examiner) is on the Right. Chrystia Freeland (Canadian Member of Parliament) rounds out the Center. The Measles outbreak grew with five more cases in a Chicago daycare this week. All of the children were too young to be vaccinated. Now that scientific debate has subsided over the safety of vaccines, should parents be required to vaccinate their children? Tim says there's a been a loss of public trust in government and the elites, leading more people to reject vaccination recommendations. Chrystia concurs, citing a study by Edelman, showing that people have more distrust for technical and medical innovation. Bob warns not to demonize people who question authority. A blockbuster jobs report shows a million new jobs were created in the last three months. Are they good jobs with increasing wages? The leaders of Germany and France prepare to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the Ukraine. Will there be progress? Radio Shack gets overshadowed by the Internet and declares bankruptcy. Josh sees it as positive disruptive innovation in the economy.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm The Real Deal with Seth Markow  Miles Davis Quintet with John Coltrane live in Stockholm, 1960
10:00pm B-Sides and Beyond with Jon Alan

7 SATURDAY
12:00am Jazz After Hours
 with Jeff Hanley
5:00am Weekend Edition  NPR's weekend morning newsmagazine covering hard news, a wide variety of newsmakers, and cultural stories with care, accuracy, and a wink of humor.
9:00am The Splendid Table with Lynne Rossetto Kasper. We have a very private look at the restaurant business with chef John Gorham of Portland’s Toro Bravo, the duo from The Perennial Plate take us into the jungles of Mexico for an inside view of cacao, we look at the history and origins of culinary diplomacy, and get a lesson in Italian pasta from the author of “Sauces and Shapes: Pasta the Italian Way.” Listeners can call The Splendid Table at 800-537-5252 - anytime! We do call-backs.
10:00am Radiolab Falling  (repeat)  There are so many ways to fall—in love, asleep, even flat on your face. Radiolab plunges into a black hole, takes a trip over Niagara Falls, and upends some myths about falling cats.
11:00am Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me  
Callers, panelists, and guests compete by answering questions about the week's events, identifying impersonations, filling in the blanks at lightning speed, sniffing out fake news items, and deciphering limericks. Bill Kurtis is official judge and scorekeeper. Our “Not My Job” guest is fashion guru Simon Doonan. Our panelists are Paula Poundstone, Maz Jobrani, and Reza Aslan.
12:00pm All Things Considered  NPR's newsmagazine presenting breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special - sometimes quirky - features.
1:00pm This American Life  Cops See It Differently, Part One  There are so many cops who look at the killing of Eric Garner or Mike Brown and say race didn't play a factor, and there are tons of black people who say that's insane. There's a division between people who are distrustful of the police -- even scared of them -- and people who see cops as a force for good. This week and next, we have stories of people living on both sides of that divide, and people trying to bridge it.
2:00pm The MOTH Radio Hour  Rattlesnakes, Wedding Rings and Rescue Missions  A blind man goes on an adventure to test his senses, a woman navigates the dos and don’ts of widowhood, and a humanitarian rescue worker is forced to decide whether he will break the rules to save more lives. Hosted by Moth Senior Producer, Meg Bowles.
3:00pm
Jazz Inspired with Judy Carmichael  Vocalist Maud Hixson
4:00pm Brazilian Experience with Sandy Tsukiyama
6:00pm Bridging the Gap with Nicholas Yee
8:00pm The Real Deal with Seth Markow  Guitarist Ray Crawford
10:00pm Blues From the Basement with Jon Alan

8 SUNDAY
12:00am 
Blues From the Basement with Jon Alan
2:00am Blues before Sunrise with Steve Cushing
5:00am Weekend Edition  NPR's weekend morning newsmagazine covering hard news, a wide variety of newsmakers, and cultural stories with care, accuracy, and a wink of humor.
10:00am Krista Tippett On Being  Krista’s guest is Mary Oliver, one of our greatest living poets, beloved and often quoted by people across ages and backgrounds. She’s won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, among her many honors. At age 79, she rarely gives interviews but Krista visited her in South Florida for an intimate conversation on the world and poetry and the life behind her writing. She has published over 25 books of poetry and prose including “Dream Work,” “A Thousand Mornings,” “A Poetry Handbook” and in 2014, “Blue Horses.”
11:00am New Dimensions
  Restorative Justice That Works  Sunny Schwartz has developed a highly effective and smart program that asks prisoners to be accountable to their victims, and puts them in a rigorous program of education and rehabilitation. The results are nothing short of astounding. Sunny Schwartz is the designer and creator of the Resolve to Stop the Violence Project (RSVP), for which she received the Innovations in Government award. Program #3357.
12:00pm TED Radio HourSeven Deadly Sins  Sinful behavior is human, and nearly impossible to avoid. TED speakers talk about the guilty pleasure of behaving badly, and the challenge of confronting sin, and avoiding it.
1:00pm Kanikapila Sunday with Derrick Malama
4:00pm Fascinatin' Rhythm with Michael Lasser  Broadway Trios  An often-rollicking crescendo of many of the best Broadway musicals, trios offer close harmony, bouncy rhythms, and three viewpoints in one.
5:00pm Sinatra, the Man and the Music with Guy Steele
6:00pm A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. It's been four years since our stalwart host took any sort of break from his radio duties, and this week he'll finally get the chance to listen to his own show live, as Chris Thile steps to the centerstage mic at the Fitzgerald Theater in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He'll have a little help from his string-quintet comrades Punch Brothers, poet Billy Collins, bluegrass singer Sarah Jarosz, Minneapolis storyteller Tristan Jimerson, and, keeping things steady, the Royal Academy of Radio Actors (Tim Russell, Sue Scott, and Fred Newman), and our musical director and pianist Rich Dworsky. Tune in on your local public radio station or watch live at prairiehome.org!
8:00pm American Routes with Nick Spitzer  Hard Times and Honky Tonks: Dale Watson, Gillian Welch and David Rawlings (repeat) The sounds may seem old but the songs are not.  This week on American Routes we visit with a few musicians who are known for crafting modern country music from old-time inspirations.  Gillian Welch and David Rawlings share with us how they fit “an electric peg into an acoustic hole.”  Then conversation with Austin’s king of the honky-tonks, Dale Watson, who literally wears his musical inspirations on his sleeve.
10:00pm Full Nelson with Tim Vandeveer 
11:00pm Bluegrass Breakdown with Dave Higgs  Rocky Road Blues

9 MONDAY
4:00pm Living On Earth
with Steve Curwood. The low price of gas is giving drivers a break, and opening up a rare and climate-friendly opportunity to raise more revenue to mend roads and bridges with an increased gas tax, and even some Republicans think thats a workable idea. Also, how specimens collected from dolphins killed accidentally in tuna nets years ago are opening a window onto their genetic secrets.
5:00pm The Body Show with Dr. Kathleen Kozak.  Happy Valentine's Day! What's the best gift to give to those you love? Well, keeping your heart healthy of course! Dr. Anne Leake from Queen's West will be in the studio to discuss the latest in the management of cholesterol, sugar, blood pressure and more, all to keep your heart as healthy as possible, all year long.
6:30pm Humankind with David Freudberg.  With income inequality at historically high levels, a social scientist and an economist  consider some hidden impacts - how it can affect public health and can weaken the bonds that hold our society together.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

10 TUESDAY
4:00pm Travel
with Rick Steves.  One of the first things visitors notice about Istanbul is its vibrant street life. We'll get tips for eating great local food for a bargain, from street vendors and inexpensive cafeterias in the middle of town. We'll also learn how Karneval street parties have livened up Germany's Rhineland for centuries, and find out what kinds of pre-Lenten festivities you'll find in Croatia and Slovenia, and we get another round of listener impressions from visiting Israel and the Holy Land.
5:00pm Selected Shorts  One More Thing with BJ Novak  “The Rematch,” by BJ Novak, performed by BJ Novak; “Great Writers Steal,” by BJ Novak,  performed by BJ Novak and Aasif Mandvi; “Kellogg’s (or: The Last Wholesome Fantasy of the Middle-School Boy),” by BJ Novak performed by BJ Novak. Guest host: Jane Curtin.
6:30pm New Letters on the Air  Gerald Vizenor discusses the influences of his Native American heritage and his time in the army in Japan on his writing. He reads from “Favor of Crows: New and Selected Haiku” and his novel “Blue Ravens.”
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

11 WEDNESDAY
4:00pm Tech Nation
with Dr. Moira Gunn.  Moira speaks with Johns Hopkins Neuroscience professor Dr. David Linden about his book “Touch … The Science of Hand, Heart, and Mind.” On BioTech Nation, Anthony Raeside,  the Head of Research at The Evaluate Group in London. He’ll preview the global pharmaceutical industry and give us a look ahead to 2020. Then on BioIssue of the Week with David Ewing Duncan, it’s President Obama’s announcement about a precision medicine initiative.
5:00pm Bytemarks Café 
with Burt Lum and Ryan Ozawa.  We learn how two programs that aid tech companies conduct early stage research…and how the Small Business Innovation Research grant and R&D tax credit benefit these companies in this competitive market.
6:30pm CounterSpin  The head of the FCC has just announced new rules protecting the openness of the Internet. The vote is still weeks away, but if agency chair Tom Wheeler's proposal goes through, it would mean real Net Neutrality, maintaining the even playing field that makes the Internet what it is, and it would be a landmark victory for regular folks over industry titans. We'll talk about what it all means with Craig Aaron of the group Free Press. Also, the Black Lives Matter movement has put a spotlight on real-world racism in our supposedly post-racial society, and part of that is a challenge to corporate media's narrow and negative portrayals. But the face of "black people" in the conversation is overwhelmingly male. A new report, called Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out, Overpoliced and Underprotected, seeks to change that conversation. We talk with its lead author, professor Kimberlé Crenshaw, director of the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies at Columbia Law School and co-founder of the African-American Policy Forum.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Latin Beat with Ray Cruz
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

12 THURSDAY
4:00pm
Says You!  Taped in front of live audiences at various locations nationwide, 'Says You!' features six panelists divided into two teams of three that bluff, guess, and expound their way through this fast-paced program. From the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, where people are just a little different, it’s the show played out before the best live audience in the business. We've come out to the Wasatch to mingle with the stars, the skiers, film buffs, financiers in furs and fancy cars.
5:00pm Town Square with Beth-Ann Kozlovich.  Rev. Lorenza Andrade Smith is an ordained minister who took her vow of poverty and put it into action. She spent the past four years living with the poor, the marginalized and the homeless. She lived for three years in the U.S. “under the stars” and for the past year has been on a global journey. She's in Hawaii to consider the plight of the homeless here.
6:30pm With Good Reason with Sarah McConnell  I Am…In Love  Sonali Gulati’s (Virginia Commonwealth University) film, I Am, chronicles her personal journey to Delhi, India, where she confronts the loss of her mother whom she never came out to as gay. And: For parents who are gay or transgendered, the act of coming out to their adult children can be scary. Jennifer Apperson and Sarai Blincoe (Longwood University) conducted a survey that found adult children are more accepting than their parents might think.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

13 FRIDAY
4:00pm Inside Europe  
From Deutsche Welle Radio, this weekly program provides listeners with the latest developments in Europe as a network of staff and freelance correspondents look beyond the headlines to provide analysis, background and color to make the European story relevant for American listeners. 
5:00pm On the Media  with Bob Garfield and Brooke Gladstone.  This week, Jon Stewart announced that he will be leaving the Daily Show later this year, a post that he held for 16 years. We bid a fond farewell to the venerable media satirist. Also, an exploration of the term whistleblowers, from its origins as a sports reference to its current status as moral mantle.
6:30pm Left, Right & Center  Josh Barro (domestic correspondent for the New York Times) moderates from the Center. On the Left, Robert Scheer (Editor-in-Chief, TruthDig-dot-com, author of "They Know Everything About You: How Data-Collecting Corporations and Snooping Government Agencies Are Destroying Democracy.").  S.E. Cupp (New York Daily News) is on the Right. Six months after we started bombing ISIS, Congress is debating whether to authorize the administration to attack ISIS. The authorization that President Obama has proposed wouldn’t be as vast as the two that were given under President Bush -- it only lasts for three years and it prohibits ground troops or at least "enduring offensive ground combat operations." S.E. said "we should have taken action earlier." Bob believes "this is a bipartisan folly." This week three young Muslim adults in North Carolina -- a dental student at UNC Chapel Hill, his wife and her sister, all under the age of 25, were killed in a possible hate crime. Craig Hicks, their neighbor, was arrested in the shooting. In Alabama, a federal judge threw out the state’s ban on gay marriage as violating the U.S. Constitution. Roy Moore, the chief judge of the Alabama State Supreme Court, issued an order telling probate judges not to issue same-sex marriage licenses, saying the federal court order didn’t apply to them. What’s behind the resistance in Alabama?
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm The Real Deal with Seth Markow  Bop tenor saxophonist Wardell Gray
10:00pm B-Sides and Beyond with Jon Alan

14 SATURDAY
12:00am Jazz After Hours
 with Jeff Hanley
5:00am Weekend Edition  NPR's weekend morning newsmagazine covering hard news, a wide variety of newsmakers, and cultural stories with care, accuracy, and a wink of humor.
9:00am The Splendid Table with Lynne Rossetto Kasper. We are talking to perfumer and chef Mandy Aftel about the connection between scent and emotion. Her book is “Fragrant: The Secret Life of Scent.” The Sterns have found a first-rate gluten-free bakery at Mama’s Cheese Bread Factory in Brookfield, Conn., and we talk to Lisa Gross about The League of Kitchens, an organization that helps immigrants teach others to cook their family recipes. Listeners can call The Splendid Table at 800-537-5252 - anytime! We do call-backs.
10:00am Radiolab  Dead Reckoning  From a duel with the world's deadliest disease to a surprising peek into the way doctors think about death, we try to reckon with the grim reaper.
11:00am Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me  Callers, panelists, and guests compete by answering questions about the week's events, identifying impersonations, filling in the blanks at lightning speed, sniffing out fake news items, and deciphering limericks. Bill Kurtis is official judge and scorekeeper. Our "Not My Job" guest is Lance Bass of N'Sync, and our panelists are PJ ORourke, Roxanne Roberts, and Tom Bodett.
12:00pm All Things Considered  NPR's newsmagazine presenting breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special - sometimes quirky - features.
1:00pm This American Life  Cops See It Differently, Part Two  Our second hour of stories about cops and race. We hear the story of Earl Sampson, who was harassed by police to the point of absurdity, and the convenience store owner who protected him. One of our producers asks: How much does race affect the way cops deal with people, and what are departments doing to address that?
2:00pm The MOTH Radio Hour  A special live edition of The Moth at the State Theatre in Portland, Maine. A high school guidance counselor tries to keep his students safe, a woman learns to stop blaming herself years after an accident, and an astronaut prepares for his next shuttle mission after the loss of the Challenger.
3:00pm Jazz Inspired with Judy Carmichael  Pianist/vocalist Larry King
4:00pm Brazilian Experience with Sandy Tsukiyama
6:00pm Bridging the Gap with Nicholas Yee
8:00pm The Real Deal with Seth Markow  Valentine's Day
10:00pm Blues From the Basement with Jon Alan

15 SUNDAY
12:00am 
Blues From the Basement with Jon Alan
2:00am Blues before Sunrise with Steve Cushing
5:00am Weekend Edition  NPR's weekend morning newsmagazine covering hard news, a wide variety of newsmakers, and cultural stories with care, accuracy, and a wink of humor.
10:00am Krista Tippett On Being  Krista's guest is Helen Fisher, a visiting research associate and member of the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies in the Department of Anthropology at Rutgers University. Shes also the chief scientific advisor to the Internet dating site Match.com. Her books include "Anatomy of Love: A Natural History of Mating, Marriage" and "Why We Stray and Why We Love: The Nature and Chemistry of Romantic Love."
11:00am New Dimensions
  Learning to Love Well-Thoughts on A Long-Lasting Relationship  Linda Carroll shares her insights into the reality of maintaining a lasting, loving relationship. She describes the stages of relationships, each with distinct characteristics and accompanying lessons. There’s an evolution happening within each relationship that forces us to make important decisions about ourselves and the trajectory of our personal growth. She is the author of “Love Cycles: The Five Essential Stages of Lasting Love.” Program # 3526.
12:00pm TED Radio HourHow We Love (Rebroadcast)  Love is instinctive and essential. But what is it that brings certain people together?  TED speakers examine the mystery of connection and relationships.
1:00pm Kanikapila Sunday with Derrick Malama
4:00pm Fascinatin' Rhythm with Michael Lasser  Cakewalk Your Lady  The cakewalk is more than a hundred years old and remains a living reference point for composers of every kind of music, from Broadway to pop to classical.
5:00pm Sinatra, the Man and the Music with Guy Steele
6:00pm A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. Chris Thile returns to the Fitzgerald Theater for his second turn as our guest host, with special guests, bluegrass all-stars Jerry Douglas and The Earls of Leicester; singer, violinist, and banjoist Rhiannon Giddens; and storyteller Elna Baker. Plus, a little support from our Royal Academy of Radio Actors, Sue Scott, Tim Russell, and Fred Newman, and music director and pianist Richard Dworsky. Tune in on your local public radio station or watch live at prairiehome.org!
8:00pm American Routes with Nick Spitzer  Carnival People and Places: Bo Dollis, Southern France, Coney Island Mermaid Parade  For our annual pre-Lenten bacchanal, we bring you classic Mardi Gras songs from the Crescent City and beyond. We begin by revisiting our classic interview with Bo Dollis, the recently passed Big Chief of the Wild Magnolias. Then we travel to Nice, France - grand city on the Cote d'Azure - for a float parade that parodies American fast food assembly lines and French political scandals as stinky as local cheese; From there, on to the vintners village of Limoux, where free glasses of blanchette are never empty. We end our journey in Coney Island NY, where we hear of carnivalesque revelry at America's great amusement park by the sea and walk with the fishes in the Mermaid Parade.
10:00pm Full Nelson
 with Tim Vandeveer 
11:00pm Bluegrass Breakdown with Dave Higgs  Perfume, Powder, and Lead

16 MONDAY
4:00pm Living On Earth
with Steve Curwood. Record snows in New England have overwhelmed Bostons ill-maintained and debt-laden public transit system, forcing it to shut down completely for 30 hours. Also, opposition to huge pipelines: landowners and native peoples say fossil fuel companies that plan to transport oil and gas across their land tread on their rights and property.
5:00pm The Body Show with Dr. Kathleen Kozak. 
6:30pm Humankind with David Freudberg.  Most people regard forgiveness to be a virtue worth striving for, but author/teacher Robin Casarjian explains how forgiving the misconduct of another can release us from the effects of their confusion.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

17 TUESDAY
4:00pm Travel
with Rick Steves.  We'll learn why French painter Claude Monet created colorful gardens at his house outside Paris, from an artist who helped restore them to his original design. We'll hear how renovating a house on a remote island off the coast of Brittany can feed your wild side. American tour guides explain the expectations of being married to an Italian, and living next to the in-laws. And an adventure cyclist shares a timely romantic surprise, when he needed it most.
5:00pm Selected Shorts  Missed Connections  “All You Have to Do,” by BJ Novak performed by BJ Novak “Missed Connection:  Grocery spill at 21st and 6th 2:30pm on Wednesday,” by BJ Novak performed by Allison Williams “Closure,” by BJ Novak, performed by BJ Novak and Allison Williams “If at the Wedding (at the Zoo),” by Lydia Davis, performed by Kaneza Schaal “Roy Spivey,” by Miranda July, performed by Amy Ryan  “Eveline,” by James Joyce, performed by Kelli O'Hara. Guest host: Jane Kaczmarek.
6:30pm New Letters on the Air  We honor the life of the playwright and American Book Award-winning fiction writer J. California Cooper, who passed away September 20, 2014, at the age of 82. Born Joan Cooper in Berkeley, California, she began her writing career as a playwright but was encouraged to move into the realm of fiction by Alice Walker. In this 1991 archive recording, she reads from her debut novel, Family, a book about generations of slaves. Cooper also talks about her many influences including the "spirits" that dictate her novels to her as well as the importance she places on characters with “common sense.”
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

18 WEDNESDAY
4:00pm Tech Nation
with Dr. Moira Gunn.  Moira speaks with Dr. Eric Topol, cardiologist and director at the Scripps Translational Science Institute, and author of “The Patient Will See You Now … The Future of Medicine is in Your Hands.” Then on Biotech Nation, Richard Binier, CEO of Vigilante, and Consumer Electronics Show 2015 Innovation award winner for their new technology for insulin-dependent diabetics.  And on BioIssue of the Week with David Ewing Duncan, the promise of wearable technologies.
5:00pm Bytemarks Café 
with Burt Lum and Ryan Ozawa. 
6:30pm CounterSpin
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Latin Beat with Ray Cruz
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

19 THURSDAY
4:00pm
Says You!  Taped in front of live audiences at various locations nationwide, 'Says You!' features six panelists divided into two teams of three that bluff, guess, and expound their way through this fast-paced program.
5:00pm Town Square with Beth-Ann Kozlovich. 
6:30pm With Good Reason with Sarah McConnellWe’re All Racists: The Truth About Cultural Bias  Sharply different reactions to the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial reveal the racial divide that persists in America. The author of a book about race and cultural bias, Allen Lewis (James Madison University), explores the racial divide by examining the Obama presidency and the George Zimmerman and Michael Dunn court cases. Also: The Geography of Slavery website catalogues more than 4,000 advertisements offering rewards for runaway slaves (including one placed by Thomas Jefferson) placed in newspapers in the later part of the 18th century. Tom Costa (University of Virginia’s College at Wise) says beyond being a resource for scholars and African Americans tracing their genealogy, these advertisements humanize the stories of the runaway men and women. And: Bridgett Robertson (Virginia State University) says Twitter is not just for the very young or media savvy. In fact, three-fourths of all African-Americans use Twitter.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

20 FRIDAY
4:00pm Inside Europe  
From Deutsche Welle Radio, this weekly program provides listeners with the latest developments in Europe as a network of staff and freelance correspondents look beyond the headlines to provide analysis, background and color to make the European story relevant for American listeners. 
5:00pm On the Media  with Bob Garfield and Brooke Gladstone.  President Obama argued that when we talk about terrorist groups like ISIS we shouldn't invoke the word Islamic. We explore who we call terrorists- and why some at home and abroad see a double standard. Plus, Fifty Shades of Grey introduces America to the kink community.
6:30pm Left, Right & Center  Josh Barro (domestic correspondent for the New York Times) moderates from the Center. On the Left, Robert Scheer (Editor-in-Chief, TruthDig-dot-com). Rich Lowry (National Review) is on the Right. Emily Bazelon (New York Times Magazine, senior research fellow at Yale Law School, former Slate editor) is our special guest. Walmart announced it will raise wages for about 500,000 Walmart employees. President Obama likes to say "America deserves a raise." Is it enough? Former New York Mayor and presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani claims President Obama doesn't love America. As Bob said -- what is he talking about? Gov. Scott Walker didn't complete his college education. Does that matter? The White House held a conference on violent extremism. Should President Obama avoid the phrase "radical Islam?"
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm The Real Deal with Seth Markow.  Recent releases, including all of Chris Potter’s Imaginary Cities suite.
10:00pm B-Sides and Beyond with Jon Alan

21 SATURDAY
12:00am Jazz After Hours
 with Jeff Hanley
5:00am Weekend Edition  NPR's weekend morning newsmagazine covering hard news, a wide variety of newsmakers, and cultural stories with care, accuracy, and a wink of humor.
9:00am The Splendid Table with Lynne Rossetto Kasper. Investigative journalist Christopher Leonard takes us inside the meat industry with his book “The Meat Racket: The Secret Takeover of America’s Food Business,” wine expert Joshua Wesson shares his picks for wine to pair with charcuterie, and we look at food from Macau with the partnership behind Chicago’s Fat Rice. Listeners can call The Splendid Table at 800-537-5252 - anytime! We do call-backs.
10:00am Radiolab  Worth  How do we assign a monetary value to something that can’t be sold? This hour, we explore worth-talking to cancer patients paying for medicine needed to stay alive, and military officials compensating for the death of innocent civilians, we examine the value of a human life, and along the way, we look at dollar values of nature and try to price the priceless.
11:00am Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me  This week, we present an all-star edition of WWDTM, featuring Florence Henderson, Daniel Radcliffe, travel guru Rick Steves, and musician Dale Watson.
12:00pm All Things Considered  NPR's newsmagazine presenting breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special - sometimes quirky - features.
1:00pm This American LifeExcept For That One Thing  Mike Anderson was 36 years old, married, a suburban father of four. He owned a contracting business and built his family’s modest, three-bedroom house in St. Louis from the ground up. He volunteered at church on the weekends and coaches his son’s football team. All pretty normal, right? Except for one thing … which surfaced one day two summers ago.
2:00pm The MOTH Radio HourMothers, Virgins, and Rifles  A hair stylist recalls accompanying his father on hunting expeditions in Alabama, a young journalist carefully sets the stage to make her first romantic encounter memorable, and best-selling novelist Walter Mosley cares for his ailing mother. Hosted by noted comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia, and Jay Allison.
3:00pm Jazz Inspired with Judy Carmichael Pianist and vocalist Champian Fulton
4:00pm Brazilian Experience with Sandy Tsukiyama
6:00pm Bridging the Gap with Nicholas Yee
8:00pm The Real Deal with Seth Markow.  Bop composer, arranger, pianist and bandleader Tadd Dameron.
10:00pm Blues From the Basement with Jon Alan

22 SUNDAY
12:00am 
Blues From the Basement with Jon Alan
2:00am Blues before Sunrise with Steve Cushing
5:00am Weekend Edition  NPR's weekend morning newsmagazine covering hard news, a wide variety of newsmakers, and cultural stories with care, accuracy, and a wink of humor.
10:00am Krista Tippett On Being  Krista’s guests are Dr. Gwendolyn Zoharah Simmons and Reverend Lucas Johnson. Dr. Simmons is an assistant professor of religion at the University of Florida. She was an original Black Power feminist and a grassroots leader of the Mississippi Freedom Summer. She is also a member of the National Council of Elders. Her account of her work as an activist in SNCC is featured in the book “Hands on the Freedom Plow: Personal Accounts by Women in SNCC.” Reverend Johnson is International Coordinator of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation, which was founded in the early 20th Century. Krista interviewed them together in a public event in 2013 at NPR headquarters in Washington D.C. about the human history of the civil rights movement and how we can bring the great lessons of that time into practice in our own.
11:00am New Dimensions
“Strict Father” and “Nurturant” Parenting Styles: Metaphors for Political Ideologies  George Lakoff compares two opposing political ideologies with two distinct parenting styles. He explains that the strict disciplinarian parent parallels conservative ideology while the nurturant empathetic parent imitates progressive ideology. Lakoff identifies the strengths and weaknesses in their communication systems and the framing of their messages. He is a renowned linguist and cognitive scientist, and one of the country’s leading experts on the framing of political discourse. He’s the author of “The All New Don’t Think of an Elephant! Know Your Values and Frame the Debate” (Chelsea Green 2014, Tenth Anniversary Edition). Program #3530.
12:00pm TED Radio HourThe Unknown Brain  The brain can seem as mysterious as a distant galaxy, but scientists are starting to map and manipulate its many regions. In this hour, TED speakers take us on a trip through the human brain.
1:00pm Kanikapila Sunday with Derrick Malama
4:00pm Fascinatin' Rhythm with Michael Lasser  From Friend to Lover  There’s friendship and there are love affairs, but sometimes one morphs into the other.
5:00pm Sinatra, the Man and the Music with Guy Steele
6:00pm A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor.  This week, our host is back at the helm, fresh from burning off a few vacation days he'd built up over 40 years, for a live broadcast from the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul with special guests, sizzling vocalist and songwriter Aoife O’Donovan, and singer and fiddler Emily Miller. Plus, the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, Tim Russell, Sue Scott, and Fred Newman; our pianist and music director Rich Dworsky with The Exchange Street Quartet (drummer Bernie Dresel, bassist Larry Kohut, Richard Kriehn on mandolin and fiddle, and Chris Siebold on guitar); and an update on the last few weeks worth of News from Lake Wobegon.
8:00pm American Routes with Nick Spitzer  Will The Circle Be Unbroken: Country Strings and Jazz Vibes (repeat) We’ll re-visit the moment when the “California long-hairs” took over a Nashville studio to pay tribute to aging country heroes. A look back at the 1972 LP "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" with John McEuen of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and his memories of those historic sessions. Then, a conversation with another musician familiar with Nashville, jazz vibraphone master Gary Burton. Plus a visit with Jake Shimabukuro, for whom any genre is a fine match for the ukelele.
10:00pm Full Nelson with Tim Vandeveer 
11:00pm Bluegrass Breakdown with Dave Higgs  That High, Lonesome Sound

23 MONDAY
4:00pm Living On Earth
with Steve Curwood. The push to get colleges to dump fossil fuel investments from their endowments has little traction with fund managers, so Harvard students are trying a new tack. They're suing the university, charging these investments harm current students and put future generations at risk. Also, new research reinforces claims that endocrine disrupting compounds that make plastics pliable pose serious risks to developing baby boys.
5:00pm The Body Show with Dr. Kathleen Kozak.  Pain is such an individualized experience, and medication can help, but sometimes, too much of it can hurt - a lot. We'll hear from a local nurse, Claire Santos, who has dealt with the harsh reality of addiction in her own family, and what constructive efforts need to take place to prevent anyone else from suffering the same fate.
6:30pm
Humankind with David Freudberg.  Outnumbering physicians 6 to 1, nurses are the front line of American health care and spend more time with patients, but work grueling schedules and often absorb the emotional burdens of their patients and our medical system.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

24 TUESDAY
4:00pm Travel
with Rick Steves.  It takes more than you might imagine to keep a country together. We get a personal look at what  persuaded the people of Scotland to vote the way they did in their recent independence referendum. We’ll get an overview of the two personalities that comprise Belgium. We'll also get ready for centennial observances of the sinking of the Lusitania off the coast of Ireland, and consider the value of some of Europe's greatest unfinished masterpieces.
5:00pm Selected Shorts  Modern Fables  “St George” by Gail Godwin, performed by Jane Curtin; “The Trickle-Down Effect” by Annie Proulx, performed by James Naughton. Guest host: Stephen Colbert.
6:30pm New Letters on the Air  Participating in the Pleiades Visiting Writers Series at the University of Central Missouri, Ghanaian-born poet and editor of Nebraska’s literary magazine, Prairie Schooner, Kwame Dawes reads from his book of new and selected poems, Duppy Conqueror. Dawes shares the ways in which he finds inspiration by exploring his childhood in Jamaica, the music of Bob Marley and the two decades he lived in South Carolina. Dawes discusses his thoughts on the creative process, the importance of poetry to oneself and the impact it has on society at large.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

25 WEDNESDAY
4:00pm Tech Nation
with Dr. Moira Gunn.  Moira speaks with technology journalist Peter Nowak, author of “Humans 3.0 … the Upgrading of the Species”. On BioTech Nation, Neil Warma, President & CEO of Opexa Therapeutics, discusses  promising efforts in treating the secondary progressive stage of Multiple Sclerosis. On BioIssue of the Week with David Ewing Duncan, the New York State attorney’s office does DNA testing on herbal supplements – the results are surprising.
5:00pm Bytemarks Café 
with Burt Lum and Ryan Ozawa. 
6:30pm CounterSpin  Media are consumed with whether the authorization Barack Obama is seeking from Congress to wage attacks on ISIS "and associated persons or forces" gives the executive branch too much power--or not enough. There's no room left to ask whether authorization would actually make those attacks legal, much less what makes anyone think more military attacks are the solution to the crisis. We'll talk about those things with law professor and author Marjorie Cohn. Also, it's unsurprising that corporate-owned and -sponsored news media tend to present the corporation as the best and most natural way of doing business, but what of the alternative economic models that means we miss hearing about, different ways of organizing work that many people in our increasingly unequal society might be very interested to know about? We'll talk about one of those ideas -- workers' co-ops -- with author Laura Flanders of the Laura Flanders Show, who's done some recent work on the subject.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Latin Beat with Ray Cruz
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

26 THURSDAY
4:00pm
Says You!  New England Winter  Straight from the frozen north where the endangered species known as our cast try to make sense of the ambiguous gastronomic preferences of other chilly people.
5:00pm Town Square with Beth-Ann Kozlovich.  Many bills with a medical marijuana focus are still on the move at the Lege. Proponents hope that this is the year when lawmakers finally pass measures to create a system of functional dispensaries and associated laws to support access, transport, and use...14 years after Hawaii got its medical marijuana law. Our panel will look at what's still alive as crossover is just a few weeks away.
6:30pm
With Good Reason with Sarah McConnell  Landscapes of Longevity  Blue zones are areas of the world that have been identified as having the longest expected lifespans. Reuben Rainey (University of Virginia) and Asa Eslocker (University of Virginia) explain the factors that create these “landscapes of longevity.” Also, today, most computers have more than one tiny silicon brain that makes them tick—this is called parallel computing. And yet, kids are still learning to program for only one “brain.” Wu-Feng Cheng (Virginia Tech) is working on an interface that makes parallel computing much less intimidating.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm Evening Jazz with Charles Husson
10:00pm
Jazz After Hours with Jeff Hanley

27 FRIDAY
4:00pm Inside Europe  
From Deutsche Welle Radio, this weekly program provides listeners with the latest developments in Europe as a network of staff and freelance correspondents look beyond the headlines to provide analysis, background and color to make the European story relevant for American listeners. 
5:00pm On the Media  with Bob Garfield and Brooke Gladstone.  Engaging conversation, insightful commentaries, illuminating reports, and listener calls explore how information, news gathering, and the variety of media available today affect our culture.
6:30pm Left, Right & Center  Provocative, up-to-the-minute, alive and witty, KCRW's weekly confrontation over politics, policy and popular culture proves those with impeccable credentials needn't lack personality. This weekly "love-hate relationship of the air" features the most insightful news analysts anywhere.
7:00pm BBC World Service
8:00pm The Real Deal with Seth Markow.  Vocalists Mildred Bailey and Leo Watson are featured.
10:00pm B-Sides and Beyond with Jon Alan

28 SATURDAY
12:00am Jazz After Hours
 with Jeff Hanley
5:00am Weekend Edition  NPR's weekend morning newsmagazine covering hard news, a wide variety of newsmakers, and cultural stories with care, accuracy, and a wink of humor.
9:00am The Splendid Table with Lynne Rossetto Kasper. We are looking at the most successful cross-species relationship of all time, the one between humans and chickens, with Andrew Lawler, author of “Why Did the Chicken Cross the World?” We taste-test California olive oils, and in honor of our 20th anniversary, we’re revisiting an interview with the groundbreaking American winemaker David Lett of Eyrie Vineyard. Listeners can call The Splendid Table at 800-537-5252 - anytime! We do call-backs.
10:00am Radiolab  Desperately Seeking Symmetry (repeat)  Jad and Robert set out in search of order and balance in the world around us, and ask how symmetry shapes our very  existence -- from the origins of the universe, to what we see when we  look in the mirror. Along the way, we look for love in ancient Greece , head to modern-day Princeton to peer inside our brains, and turn up an unlikely headline from the Oval Office circa 1979.
11:00am Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me  Callers, panelists, and guests compete by answering questions about the week's events, identifying impersonations, filling in the blanks at lightning speed, sniffing out fake news items, and deciphering limericks. Bill Kurtis is official judge and scorekeeper.
12:00pm All Things Considered  NPR's newsmagazine presenting breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special - sometimes quirky - features.
1:00pm This American Life
2:00pm The MOTH Radio Hour  Writer and bon vivant, Simon Doonan, sets out on a mission to fulfill a childhood desire; a secret finally catches up with a suburban housewife and mother; a college dropout finds himself in the unlikeliest of places; and a young woman sets out to sabotage the wedding of the man she loves. Hosted by The Moth’s Curatorial Producer, Meg Bowles.
3:00pm
Jazz Inspired with Judy Carmichael
4:00pm Brazilian Experience with Sandy Tsukiyama
6:00pm Bridging the Gap with Nicholas Yee
8:00pm The Real Deal with Seth Markow. Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon is featured.
10:00pm Blues From the Basement with Jon Alan