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 12 AM
 
Classical Music
 
12:01 am Dario Castello: Sonata No. 2
Clas Pehrsson, recorder
Jakob Lindberg, lute
Bis 266 
 
12:06 am Arcangelo Corelli: Concerto Grosso No. 3
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra / Nicholas McGegan
Harmonia Mundi 907014 
 
12:16 am Modest Mussorgsky: Tears
Moscow Chamber Orchestra / Constantine Orbelian
Delos 3244 
 
12:22 am Georges Bizet: L'Arlesienne Suite No. 1
Barcelona Symphony Orchestra / Jose Serebrier
Bis 1305 
 
12:39 am Antonio Salieri: Flute and Oboe Concerto
Academy of St Martin in the Fields / Kenneth Sillito
Aurele Nicolet, flute
Heinz Holliger, oboe
Philips 416359 
 
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 1 AM
 
Classical Music
 
1:01 am Johann Sebastian Bach: Cello Suite No. 6: Gavotte
Pierre Fournier, cello
DG 419359 
 
1:06 am George Frideric Handel: Flute Sonata No. 2
Emmanuel Pahud, flute
Christian Rivet, guitar
Warner 15399 
 
1:15 am Noam Sivan: Improvisations on Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring"
Yael Weiss, piano
Koch 7651 
 
1:27 am Gabriel Faure: Pelleas and Melisande: Sicilienne
Philharmonia Orchestra / Leonard Slatkin
Han-Na Chang, cello
EMI 57052 
 
1:32 am Jean Sibelius: Symphony No. 6
Lahti Symphony Orchestra / Osmo Vanska
Bis 1286 
 
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 2 AM
 
Classical Music
 
2:01 am Maurice Durufle: Requiem: Lux Aeterna
Voices of Ascension / Dennis Keene
Delos 3169 
 
2:06 am George Gershwin: Cuban Overture
Cincinnati Pops / Erich Kunzel
Telarc 80445 
 
2:16 am Edward Elgar: The Capricious One
Itzhak Perlman, violin
Samuel Sanders, piano
EMI 83196 
 
2:20 am Walter Piston: Prelude
Grant Park Orchestra / Carlos Kalmar
David Schrader, organ
Cedille 8001 
 
2:28 am Ottorino Respighi: String Quartet
Cremona Quartet
Klanglogo 1400 
 
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 3 AM
 
Classical Music
 
3:01 am Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata: 1st movement
Paul Galbraith, guitar
Mashulka 6695 
 
3:06 am Jacob Druckman: Aria: Theme by Francesco Cavalli
New York Philomusica
NY Philomusica 52 
 
3:09 am Johann Sebastian Bach: Keyboard Concerto No. 5
Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra / Janos Rolla
Cyprien Katsaris, piano
Teldec 43208 
 
3:19 am Peter Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty Ballet Suite
Vienna Philharmonic / Herbert von Karajan
London/Decca 466379 
 
3:41 am Carl Maria von Weber: Bassoon Concerto
Academy of St Martin in the Fields / Neville Marriner
Klaus Thunemann, bassoon
Philips 432081 
 
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 4 AM
 
Classical Music
 
4:01 am Johann Goldberg: Sonata for Two Violins: Gigue and Presto
Musica Alta Ripa
Dabringhaus 3090709 
 
4:06 am Percy Grainger: Children's March (Over the Hills and Far Away)
Martin Jones, piano
Richard McMahon, piano
Nimbus 5286 
 
4:14 am Leo Brouwer: A Day in November (Un Dia di Noviembre)
Lily Afshar, guitar
Archer 31919 
 
4:20 am Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 5 "Reformation"
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra / Kurt Masur
Teldec 44933 
 
4:47 am Arvo Part: Kanon Pokajanen (Canon of Repentance): Prayer
Estonian Chamber Choir / Tonu Kaljuste
ECM 1654 
 
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 5 AM - 9 AM
 
Morning Edition
with NPR's Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne
Featuring the day's top stories, news in context, thoughtful ideas and commentary, and reviews important new music, books, and events in the arts.
 
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 9 AM - 11 AM
 
The Diane Rehm Show
For more than 30 years, consummate interviewer Diane Rehm has offered her listeners compelling conversations with the world's most interesting and important people.
 
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 11 AM
 
Fresh Air
with Terry Gross
A daily interview and features program opening the window on contemporary arts and issues with guests from worlds as diverse as literature and economics.
 
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 12 PM
 
Here & Now
with Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson
Combines the best in news journalism with intelligent, broad-ranging conversation that updates the news from the morning and adds important conversations on public policy and foreign affairs, science and technology, and the arts.
 
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 1 PM - 3 PM
 
Science Friday
with Ira Flatow
Science Friday is the trusted source for news about science, technology, and other cool stuff. It's brain fun, for curious people.
 
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 3 PM - 6 PM
 
All Things Considered
with NPR's Robert Siegel, Melissa Block, and Audie Cornish
Breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special features.
 
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 6 PM
 
Marketplace (6:00 - 6:30 p.m.)
with Kai Ryssdal
Marketplace, the award-winning daily program about business and finance, is a fresh, new way of reporting business and finance subjects. Putting a human face on the global economy, Marketplace illuminates the ways that international business and finance relate to your life.
 
Says You! (6:30 - 7:00 p.m.)
with Richard Sher
A game of words and whimsy, bluff and bluster featuring six panelists.
 
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 7 PM - 9 PM
 
The World Cafe
with David Dye
Making sense of a world of music with diversity and discovery. Hear the musicians who are shaping our cultural landscape.
 
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 9 PM
 
Jazz
 
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 10 PM
 
Classical Music
 
10:01 pm Joseph Canteloube: Songs of the Auvergne: Shepherd's Song
Lyon Opera Orchestra / Kent Nagano
Dawn Upshaw, soprano
Erato 96559 
 
10:06 pm Jean Sibelius: Lemminkainen and the Maidens
Philadelphia Orchestra / Eugene Ormandy
EMI 65176 
 
10:23 pm Richard Danielpour: The Enchanted Garden: Childhood Memory
Xiayin Wang, piano
Naxos 559669 
 
10:27 pm Aaron Copland: Clarinet Concerto
Scottish National Orchestra / Matthias Bamert
Janet Hilton, clarinet
Chandos 8618 
 
10:46 pm George Frideric Handel: Concerto Grosso No. 3
English Concert / Trevor Pinnock
Archiv 410897 
 
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 11 PM
 
Classical Music
 
11:01 pm Claude Debussy: Reverie
Minnesota Orchestra / Eiji Oue
Reference 99 
 
11:06 pm Ottorino Respighi: Poema Autunnale
Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra / Yakov Kreizberg
Julia Fischer, violin
London/Decca 15535 
 
11:21 pm Joaquin Rodrigo: 3 Spanish Pieces
Julian Bream, guitar
RCA 33705 
 
11:38 pm Gian-Francesco Malipiero: The Song of Separation
Fabio Biondi, violin
Luigi Di Ilio, piano
Opus 111 449202 
 
11:41 pm Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 26 "Les adieux"
Andras Schiff, piano
ECM 1947 
 
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WBHM Interviews

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Birmingham Native Callie Courter's New Album 'Love is for the Brave'
Interview: Reporter Kelsey Stein on Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women
Interview: Michael Saag, M.D., Discusses His New Book
Sustainability: Birmingham Mayor William Bell
SUSTAINABILITY: Grant Brigham Of Jones Valley Teaching Farm
INTERVIEW: AdvancED CEO Mark Elgart
INTERVIEW: Anne-Marie Slaughter
INTERVIEW: Controversial Comedian (And More) Bill Maher
INTERVIEW: Alabama Teacher Of The Year Alison Grizzle
INTERVIEW: Hoover School Bus Supporter Trisha Powell Crain
Birmingham Author's JFK Assassination Book Inspires Play
From UAB to White House Intern
Carsen On Capitol Journal
INTERVIEW: Terrorism Expert Randall Law
INTERVIEW: State Schools Chief Of Staff On Decrease In Per-Pupil Spending
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Eric Essix Evolution
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Montgomery and Life are like High School
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John Archibald: Unrest at the Jefferson County Commission
Hostess to the Civil Rights Movement
John Archibald: Why Jeffco Is Paying Attorney $393K To Do Nothing
Diane McWhorter on Civil Rights 50th Anniversary
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John Archibald: Still Too Many Questions About Airport Tragedy

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