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The latest from WHYY's radio programming
- WHYY's holiday programming schedule Season's greetings! Celebrate the season with classic holiday radio programs including Chanukah in Story and Song, A Paul Winter Solstice Concert, Tinsel Tales: NPR Christmas Favorites, Toast of the Nation and more.
- An update of the tri-state's gambling expansion Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — November was a big month for the expansion of gaming in the tri-state region. As of last month, Delaware gamblers are able to play blackjack, poker and roulette [...]
- Obama economic policy Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — In a speech yesterday, President Obama said that the growing gap between rich and poor and the lack of economic mobility "pose a fundamental threat to the American Dream." Speaking at [...]
- Peace psychology: Conversations Voices in the Family — The journal American Psychologist has published a special issue on peace psychology. A broad range of articles point out how the science of psychology plays a vital role in the promotion of peace. Dan Gottlieb hears from three authors who contributed to the journal [...]
- Storing summer-blooming bulbs over the winter You Bet Your Garden — What's the best way to store summer-blooming bulbs over the winter? Mike will help you properly protect your dahlias, cannas and tuberous begonias! Plus your fabulous phone calls!
- Let there be (more) light Skytalk — Earliest sunset arrives this Saturday, latest sunrise arrives early next month. Summer constellations can still be seen (but not for much longer) And planets aplenty for skygazers this week.
Listen: On Canvas
Al Stewart is featured this week on On Canvas. Elisabeth Perez Luna reports »