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4:55 pm
Mon February 1, 2010

Our Acoustic Alternative Cafe Channel

Public Radio Tulsa – Can you imagine a 24-hours-a-day public radio channel featuring these artists?

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4:34 pm
Mon February 1, 2010

Workplace U

Public Radio Tulsa – American RadioWorks: Education and Opportunity - Workplace U

We know that a good education can be the ticket a good job. But for many Americans, conventional school isn't working. Every school day some seven thousand students drop out of high school. Often, what they managed to learn in the schoolhouse has not prepared them well enough for the job site. This documentary reports on a growing movement to turn workplaces into classrooms and marginal students into productive workers.

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12:07 pm
Mon February 1, 2010

State of the State LIVE on Public Radio 89.5 HD1

Public Radio Tulsa – Listen Monday afternoon for LIVE coverage (beginning about 12:45 pm) of Governor Brad Henry's State of the State speech on Public Radio 89.5 HD1.

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12:16 pm
Wed January 27, 2010

Winter Weather

Public Radio Tulsa – The ice and snow of winter presents special travel hazards for northeastern Oklahoma. Stay tuned to Public Radio 89.5 and Classical 88.7 for weather reports from the KWGS news team and live updates directly from the National Weather Service. Click Here for links to weather maps, radar, and school closing reports.

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10:45 pm
Fri January 15, 2010

Obama: One Year In Office

Public Radio Tulsa – January 17 - 20 on NPR's Morning, Edition, All Things Considered, Talk of the Nation

Nearly a year has passed since Barack Obama took the oath of office, ending an historic campaign and launching a new world of change for Washington. How has he done fulfilling the expectations of those who worked for him, those who voted for him, and those who worked and voted against him? NPR News checks in with a variety of intensely interested parties to sum up his first year in office.

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3:54 pm
Thu January 14, 2010

Haiti - How You Can Help

P – Teams of international relief workers are racing to bring supplies to the estimated 3 million people in need of aid. Here's info about how you can help.

Latest Haiti Earthquake Coverage from NPR

Haiti Earthquake: How to Help

Haiti: Some Ways to Help

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5:00 pm
Wed January 6, 2010

Alec Baldwin host of NY Philharmonic Broadcasts

Public Radio Tulsa – Actor Alec Baldwin is the new host of host of The New York Philharmonic This Week, the Orchestra's 52-week-per-year nationally broadcast radio series, because he loves classical music. Listen to the New York Philharmonic radio broadcasts every week on Sundays from 1-3 pm over Classical 88.7 HD1.

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4:42 pm
Wed January 6, 2010

al Qaeda in Yemen - Newshour Special Edition

Public Radio Tulsa – The links between the Christmas Day Detroit bomb plot and al Qaeda in Yemen are causing further problems for President Obama as he decides what to do about Guantanamo Bay. The U.S. has repatriated hundreds of detainees from the American facility in Cuba, but about two hundred remain, many of them from Yemen.

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11:05 am
Wed January 6, 2010

A Prairie Home Companion ENCORE in HD

Public Radio Tulsa – On February 9, watch the encore in HD of A Prairie Home Companion from the audience of the Fitzgerald Theater, the show's longtime home in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota, on the silver screen here in Tulsa. That's when Garrison Keillor with guests including Elvis Costello, Jearlyn and Jevetta Steele, Heather Masse plus the cast of A Prairie Home Companion present a rare on-screen version of the show.

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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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