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- UPDATE: Star Lake Woman Dies After Rescuing Kids From Drowning
- Mixing Experiment Helps Remove Ninety Percent of Invasive Smelt From Crystal Lake
- Investigative Film on Penokee Mine Comes to Northern Wisconsin
- Tribe Celebrates Return of Strawberry Island
- Black Ash Baskets: Weaving Resistance to Invasive Species
Recorded live every Saturday, A Prairie Home Companion features comedy sketches, music, and Garrison Keillor's signature monologue, "The News from Lake Wobegon."
In-depth reporting has transformed the way listeners understand current events and view the world. Every weekday, hear two hours of breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special - sometimes...
A one hour non commercial radio series broadcasting live recordings of Memphis music and its derivative forms. Each program presents seasoned veterans alongside up and coming artists recorded at festivals and venues throughout the United...
WXPR’s Bluegrass Saturday is a lively blend of traditional, progressive, and new grass artistry. Come explore everything blue and all things grass, from classic Bill Monroe to 2013 Grammy Award-winning Mumford & Sons, every Saturday...
Country Legends is not just another country music show. This show is dedicated to the roots artists who created country and western music. Join us for a unique experience with the people who made country music a landmark on the American music...
Looking for radio that is authentic and hip, informed and indigenous? Each week Earthsongs gives you the chance to explore the Native influences that help shape and define contemporary American music. Earthsongs is mixed each week at Koahnic...
This award-winning one-hour weekly news magazine explores the topical issues that shape the European continent, including interviews, background features and cultural reports from correspondents throughout the region.
For the love, understanding, and support of birds. Photo shows Laura and Archimedes graciously singing the praises of public radio during a WXPR membership drive. Thank you Laura!