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10:25 am
Sat January 2, 2010

Heat of the Moment

Public Radio Tulsa – Heat of the Moment

Global warming is threatening the food supply in South Africa. It's driving Parisians into the Catacombs, and Indians from their coastal homes. Heat of the Moment examines the front lines of global warming, through the voices of the people already affected by this dramatic change.

Listen from 8-9 pm on Public Radio 89.5 HD1.

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What's New?
10:15 am
Sat January 2, 2010

Jeff Fox Jazz

Public Radio Tulsa – Jeff Fox is an Associate Professor of English and Japanese at the College of Southern Idaho, and he is also a working musician who plays guitar, bass, and saxophone. He has played in the CSI Jazz Orchestra, which played at Montreux, Switzerland Jazz Festival which has appeared in New York City at the International Association of Jazz Educators conference in 2001. He has fronted several jazz groups over the years ranging from an eight-piece little big band to a duo featuring sax and guitar. Jeff has also performed on and produced several CDs for local jazz artists.

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Local & Regional
9:37 am
Sat January 2, 2010

Lake Study

Keystone Dam, west of Sand Springs.
KWGS News Photo

Tulsa. OK – Study: Oxygen levels dropping in Okla. lakes

TULSA, Okla. (AP) A new national study shows Oklahoma's lakes and reservoirs are experiencing a loss of oxygen at a higher rate than the national average.

The Tulsa World's Washington bureau reports the study by the Environmental Protection Agency placed one-third of Oklahoma's estimated 3,056 lakes, ponds and reservoirs of more than 10 acres on the "bad end" of the survey. About 10 percent were on the "good end," and the rest were somewhere on the middle.

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What's New?
4:29 pm
Fri January 1, 2010

Exclusive First Listens

Public Radio Tulsa – Exclusive First Listens of Albums Before They're Released. Preview new music before it's available in stores with First Listens from NPR Music.

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4:27 pm
Fri January 1, 2010

Best Music of 2009

Public Radio Tulsa – The Year in Music - hear the best rock, pop, jazz, classical, blues and undiscovered music of 2009. Hear it online at NPR Music.

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What's New?
12:07 pm
Fri January 1, 2010

Classical 88.7 Euro-concerts

Public Radio Tulsa – Classical 88.7 celebrates the New Year by playing musical firsts: Prokofiev's sparkling First Symphony, Bruch's beloved First Violin Concerto, the first-ever performance of Mozart's quintet for piano and winds, and many others. And since it's New Year's, of course there will be waltzes and polkas from Vienna, as well as dazzling Euro-classic features.

Hear these exclusive weekly concerts, a recently recorded, live performance from a European orchestra a recording from the European Broadcasting Union every week overnight Wednesday into Thursday.

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11:51 am
Fri January 1, 2010

Carl Kasell Retires

Public Radio Tulsa – After 30 years of waking up at 1:05 a.m. to anchor the top of the hour newscast during Morning Edition, Carl Kasell has decided the time has come to sleep in. He left his newscast post at the end of 2009... but happily for all of us he isn't going far. Carl will continue to be the Official Judge and Scorekeeper for Wait Wait.. Don't Tell Me!, the show that turned him from a newsman into a rock star! Carl will also continue his travels to stations around the country on NPR's behalf.

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Local & Regional
10:53 am
Fri January 1, 2010

State to Get IT Director

Oklahoma City, OK – Henry working to fill new state post

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Gov. Brad Henry is still talking with the top candidates to become the state's new chief information officer.

But Henry said Thursday he does not expect to make a final decision by Friday.

A new law created a chief information officer to oversee all state computer information and technology operations.

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Local & Regional
10:31 am
Fri January 1, 2010

Mother Charged With Murder

Tulsa, OK – 18-year-old Tulsa mom accused of 1st-degree murder

TULSA, Okla. (AP) A teen mother faces a first-degree murder charge stemming from the death of her 7-week-old son, and police are renewing their look at the earlier death of another child who died under similar circumstances.

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