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Program Schedule                          Check the Music Playlists Here

 

For a list of individual program names and descriptions, visit this page.

Time Sunday Monday - Friday Saturday
5:00 am Nightcrossings Morning Edition Nightcrossings
6:00 am Sunday Best TED Radio
7:00 am
Weekend Edition
8:00 am
9:00 am Classical Music
with Mark Simmons
Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me
10:00 am Weekend
Edition
Ask Me Another
11:00 am Tech Nation
12:00 pm TED Radio The Classical Café

Opera 

(Met Opera in season***)

1:00 pm Mountain Stage Classical Music
with Michael Ables
2:00 pm
3:00 pm Thistle & Shamrock
4:00 pm Celtic Connections
5:00 pm All Things Considered All Things Considered All Things Considered
6:00 pm Wait, Wait
Don't Tell Me
The Folk Sampler
7:00 pm Classics in Concert* Beale Street Blues
8:00 pm Riverwalk Jazz
9:00 pm Music from the
Hearts of Space

Nightcrossings

Tranquility Bass Monday 9-midnight

Nightcrossings Journeys at 10** Tue-Sat

10:00 pm
11:00 pm
12:00 am Liquid Architecture
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am

Programming available online 24-hours per day. Broadcast transmitters off air between midnight and 5 a.m. (6 a.m. weekends) for budgetary reasons.

Features:

 

6:52 & 8:52 am - Engines of our Ingenuity

6:55 & 8:55 am - Innovation Daily

6:57 & 8:57 am - The Loh Down on Science

9:00 am - Writer's Almanac/PoetryNow

 

**Nightcrossings Journeys 10 pm feature schedule:
Celtic Spirit - Tuesdays with Nicole Dibben
KeyNotes - Wednesdays with Lindsey Fields
Windham Chill - Thursdays with Paul Thurston
Nightcrossings Voices
- Fridays with Natasha Russell
Guitar Masters - Saturdays with Andrea Springer

 

National Newscasts weekdays at 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 9 p.m.

* Classics in Concert Weekly Schedule:
      Sunday – New York Philharmonic
       Monday - Carnegie Hall Live!
      Tuesday – Chicago Symphony Orchestra
      Wednesday – San Francisco Symphony
      Thursday – Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
      Friday – Wichita Symphony Orchestra or Cinema Classics

Wichita Symphony Orchestra broadcasts air in January, April, August and September


*** The Met broadcast season runs December through early May. Metropolitan Opera broadcasts are copyrighted and use or reproduction of any of the material therein without permission of the Metropolitan Opera is a violation of law.