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Ring in 2014 With These Radio Specials

Toast of the Nation 2014

Tuesday, Dec 31 • 10 pm - 3 am LIVE
Public Radio 89.5-2

Count down, sing along, and dance to live music all night long. Travel from coast to coast with four celebrations of midnight from time zone to time zone. It's the perfect holiday special for any New Year's party.

Freakonomics Marathon
Wednesday, Jan 1 • 10 am - 3 pm
Public Radio 89.5-1

Hone your resolutions and start your New Year with Steven Leavitt and Stephen Dubner who use the tools of economics to explore and explain real-world behavior. Freakonomics Radio explores ‘the hidden side of everything’. It will tell you things you always thought you knew but didn’t, and things you never thought you wanted to know but do. Learn More & Program Listings

  • 10:00 am • Should Tipping Be Banned?
  • 11:00 am • Spite Happens
  • 12:00 pm • Women Are Not Men
  • 1:00 pm • How Much Does Your Name Matter?
  • 2:00 pm • The Cobra Effect

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New Year’s Day from Vienna 2013 
Wednesday, Jan 1 • 10 am-noon LIVE
Classical 88.7-1

Get ready to pop the New Year's Day champagne! The Vienna Philharmonic presents its annual salute to the waltz on New Year's Day 2014. The orchestra has invited Daniel Barenboim to welcome 2014 by conducting the annual New Year's year's concert, honoring his 25 years of musical collaboration with the orchestra, and his efforts to bring peace to the world through music. Hear the hit tunes of the Strauss family and others - polkas, gallops and waltzes, live from the Musikverein, on New Year's Day from Vienna.

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Toast of the Nation 2014
Tuesday, Dec 31 • 8 pm - 3 am LIVE
Jazz 89.5-2  (heard only on an HD Radio)

Count down, sing along, and dance to live music all night long. Travel from coast to coast with four celebrations of midnight from time zone to time zone. It's the perfect holiday special for any New Year's event. Spirited, improvised, grooving, and swinging, with strings, horns, voices and drums, each segment is but one stop in a sequence of parties, each one contributing something new to the musical feast.