Public Radio Tulsa – Public Radio Tulsa's antenna, located on a tower in Coweta, Oklahoma, has been broken since January, resulting in poor reception in areas throughout Green Country. A new antenna will be installed at the end of August which should result in better FM radio and HD radio coverage on 88.7 and 89.5.
Public Radio 89.5 HD1 – We've got a pair of great "thematic" weeks of programming lined up for StudioTulsa during the month of August. These two theme-centered weeks will consist of encore presentations of past programs that we're especially proud of.
Science Week begins on Monday the 9th, and Education Week will begin on Monday the 16th.
Cafe 88.7 HD2 – Tune to XPoNential Radio and embark on a journey of great music discovery 24/7. With a unique mix of emerging and heritage contemporary musicians, XPoNential serves up an eclectic blend of blues, rock, world, folk, and alternative country.
Listen to XPoNential Radio's special blend of Triple A music only on HD Radio on Cafe 88.7 HD2. Here's what's playing.
Public Radio 89.5 HD1 – It's Primary Election Day in Oklahoma! The polls are now open until 7pm tonight. To help you prepare to vote, we have links to sample ballots, candidate information, and interviews. Live election coverage begins this evening on Public Radio 89.5 HD1. Follow the election results online through the links that we provide on our special election coverage page.
Public Radio 89.5 HD1 – No other journalist in memory saw as much history as Daniel Schorr.
He was born the year before the Russian Revolution and lived to see the Digital Revolution. He was there before the Berlin Wall went up and there a generation later when it came down. He was born before people had radio in their homes but pioneered the use of radio, television, satellites and then the Web to report the news.
Listen Sunday evening at 6:00 on Public Radio 89.5 for a special NPR retrospective program.
PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – Our Documentary of the Week centers around a chilling question: can you ever really know the people around you? Even those most dear to you--your mother, your child, your loved one--can you ever really know what they are thinking, feeling, or experiencing? Or is it all just a leap of faith? In this episode of Radiolab, we talk to neuroscientists, primatologists, zookeepers, actors, and dog owners, who are all trying to get inside another's mind.
Listen Friday evening at 8:00 on Public Radio 89.5 HD1.
PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – NPR's new quirky feature takes on a life of its own. Heard during Morning Edition and All Things Considered on Public Radio 89.5 HD1, you can now read, hear, and participate in these economics-made-easy stories.
Public Radio Tulsa – A Tulsa Summertime Tradition!
Ever since 1947, concerts performed by the Starlight Band have provided great live music to Tulsa-area audiences each and every summer. Usually held at the River West Festival Amphitheater, these free concerts offer big-band and orchestral music in a relaxed outdoor setting that's informal, family-oriented, and accessible to those with disabilities.
Classical 88.7 HD1 – Sunday's New York Philharmonic This Week celebrates conductor Alan Gilbert's first season as Music Director. Maestro Gilbert will conduct two works: Al Largo, a world premiere New York Philharmonic commission by Magnus Lindberg, and Beethoven's Missa Solemnis. Don't miss this program recorded live at Avery Fisher Hall, Sunday afternoon June 27 from 1-3 pm on Classical 88.7 HD1.
PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – This week's Radiolab is dedicated to tumors. It may sound like a grim topic, but what we find when we look closely at these anatomical aberrations, are fascinating tales of evolution, immortality, and even maybe God? We'll hear about a tumor that changes modern science, and the tragic untold story of the woman attached to that tumor. We'll witness terrifying contagious tumors, tumors that bring joy, and tumors that bring ecstasy. And Robert will try to touch, literally touch, the tumor that killed President Ulysses S. Grant.