Public Radio Tulsa – Celebrated as an expert in French music, Ms. Graham has been honored by the French government as a "Commandeur dans l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres."
This season alone, she performs a variety of repertoire in many different countries, beginning with Berlioz in Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina. She performs Mozart and Berlioz at the Metropolitan Opera, Bernstein and Rorem at Carnegie Hall, and Massenet in Munich and Paris.
Public Radio Tulsa – An Oxford style debate will examine the motion: "California Is The First Failed State" on the next Documentary of the Week, Friday evening at 8.
Speakers for the motion: Andreas Kluth, writer for The Economist; Bobby Shriver, member Santa Monica City Council, and Sharon Waxman, editor in chief of thewrap.com. Speakers against the motion: Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC; Van Jones, former Obama Administration advisor, and former California governor Gray Davis.
Public Radio Tulsa – Iran has rarely been out of the headlines in recent years, and that's unlikely to change any time soon. The country's opposition movement is urging mass protests this Thursday, on the anniversary of the Islamic revolution; the controversy over Tehran's nuclear program continues to intensify; and there are signs Washington is losing patience with the idea of engaging with the Iranian authorities. So how should the US and its allies respond, if at all? Should there be talks, sanctions, or even a policy of regime change?
Public Radio Tulsa – The last ice and snow storm damaged KWGS/KWTU's antenna beyond repair. Both stations are running at greatly reduced power until a replacement antenna can be constructed and mounted on our tower in Coweta. If you're having difficulty receiving Public Radio 89.5 or Classical 88.7, especially the HD2 and HD3 channels, a temporary change in location of your radio or radio's antenna might be necessary.
Public Radio Tulsa – Speaking of Faith host Krista Tippett's latest book, Einstein's God: Conversations About Science and the Human Spirit, will be released February 23. Drawn from the program, the conversations in this profoundly illuminating book reach for a place too rarely explored in the ongoing exchange of ideas the nexus of science and spirituality.
Public Radio Tulsa – Public Radio 89.5 KWGS is the winner of the 2009 Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Metro Radio Feature Single Award. News Director John Durkee produced the story on Tulsa's new homeless and the work of the Salvation Army. Listen Now to this award-winning story.
Public Radio Tulsa – StudioTulsa encourages its listeners to submit commentaries for airplay consideration. Recently, host Rich Fisher concluded the show with the following remarks: "This is the time of the program when we occasionally feature a member of our community sharing a personal essay or commentary on a civic issue - or just about life in Tulsa - people like Barry Friedman, Connie Cronley, and Jeff Martin.
And while you'll still hear from them regularly, to borrow a sports metaphor, we're looking to expand the bench a little bit.
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.