Thursday Jun. 5, 2014
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 12 AM
 
Classical Music
 
12:01 am William Alwyn: Concerto Grosso No. 2: 1st movement
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra / David Lloyd-Jones
Naxos 570145 
 
12:06 am Peter Tchaikovsky: Souvenir of a Beloved Place: Meditation
James Ehnes, violin
Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano
Onyx 4076 
 
12:14 am Isaac Albeniz: Rumores de la Caleta (Murmurs from the Bay)
Susann McDonald, harp
Delos 3005 
 
12:19 am Franz Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 78
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
DG 429218 
 
12:40 am Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 4 "Gassenhauer"
Vienna Piano Trio
Dabringhaus 3421685 
 
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 1 AM
 
Classical Music
 
1:01 am Ralph Vaughan Williams: Concerto Grosso: March
English String Orchestra / William Boughton
Nimbus 5019 
 
1:06 am Philip Glass: Violin Concerto
Vienna Philharmonic / Christoph von Dohnanyi
Gidon Kremer, violin
DG 437091 
 
1:31 am Morten Lauridsen: Songs of the Roses
Los Angeles Chamber Singers
RCM 19802 
 
1:48 am Frederic Chopin: Fantasy-Impromptu
Artur Rubinstein, piano
RCA 5617 
 
1:54 am Alexander Glazunov: Song of the Minstrel (Chant du menestrel)
Paris Orchestra / Semyon Bychkov
Mischa Maisky, cello
DG 435781 
 
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 2 AM
 
Classical Music
 
2:01 am Miklos Rozsa: Madame Bovary: Waltz
City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra / Kenneth Alwyn
Silva 1056 
 
2:06 am John Foulds: Keltic Lament (Keltic Suite)
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra / Sakari Oramo
Warner 62999 
 
2:11 am Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 38 "Prague"
Dresden State Orchestra / Colin Davis
Philips 416155 
 
2:45 am Franz Schubert: Landler No. 12
Bertrand Chamayou, piano
Erato 37078 
 
2:46 am Antonin Dvorak: Symphony No. 5: 4th Movement
Scottish National Orchestra / Neeme Jarvi
Chandos 8552 
 
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 3 AM
 
Classical Music
 
3:01 am Aaron Copland: Red Pony Suite: The Gift
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra / Leonard Slatkin
RCA 61699 
 
3:06 am Gary Schocker: Beyond the Fog: Mist
Emily Mitchell, harp
Gary Schocker, flute
Azica 71272 
 
3:11 am Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 5
Minnesota Orchestra / Osmo Vanska
Bis 1416 
 
3:46 am Michael Nyman: The Piano: Big My Secret
Valentina Lisitsa, piano
London/Decca 20135 
 
3:49 am Jean Francaix: Divertissement for Bassoon and String Quintet
Charis Ensemble
Dabringhaus 3300 
 
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 4 AM
 
Classical Music
 
4:01 am Peter Tchaikovsky: Coronation March for Alexander 3rd
Boston Pops Orchestra / John Williams
Philips 420804 
 
4:06 am Leo Brouwer: Afro-Cuban Lullaby
Berta Rojas, guitar
Dorian 80159 
 
4:10 am Antonio Vivaldi: Four Seasons: Autumn
English Chamber Orchestra / David Lockington
Anne Akiko Meyers, violin
Koch 7790 
 
4:22 am George Frideric Handel: Keyboard Suite No. 5 ("Harmonious Blacksmith")
Murray Perahia, piano
Sony 62785 
 
4:33 am Hildegard von Bingen: Hail, O greenest branch
Sequentia / Barbara Thornton
DHM 77320 
 
4:37 am Johann Sebastian Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 2
Wurttemberg Chamber Orchestra / Jorg Faerber
James Galway, flute
RCA 60900 
 
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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 - 2 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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 2 PM
 
Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church -- The Case for Justice
The bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church occurred on Sept. 15, 1963, but it took decades to put the perpetrators on trial. Why did it take so long? A documentary produced by WBHM.
 
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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.
 
All Things Considered (6:30 - 7:00 p.m.)
with NPR's Robert Siegel, Melissa Block, and Audie Cornish
 
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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 Carl Stamitz: Orchestral Quartet No. 4: Presto assai
NZSO Chamber Orchestra / Donald Armstrong
Naxos 557671 
 
10:06 pm Franz Schubert: Serenade-Softly a Voice is Calling
Oxana Yablonskaya, piano
Naxos 553062 
 
10:14 pm George Frideric Handel: Let the bright Seraphim
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment / Harry Bicket
Renee Fleming, soprano
London/Decca 3160 
 
10:21 pm Antonio Vivaldi: Guitar Concerto
Zurich Chamber Orchestra / Howard Griffiths
Sharon Isbin, guitar
Warner 45312 
 
10:33 pm Alexander Glazunov: Meditation
Swiss Italian Orchestra / Alexander Vedernikov
Chloe Hanslip, violin
Hyperion 67940 
 
10:39 pm Franz Hoffmeister: Clarinet Quartet in D
Vlach Quartet Prague
Dieter Klocker, clarinet
CPO 999812 
 
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 11 PM
 
Classical Music
 
11:01 pm Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Tarantella
Stein-Erik Olsen, guitar
Simax 1084 
 
11:06 pm Robert Helps: Hommage to Faure
Naomi Niskala, piano
Albany 925 
 
11:10 pm Gabriel Faure: Ave Maria
Cambridge Singers
John Scott, organ
Collegium 109 
 
11:13 pm Etienne Mehul: Symphony No. 2
Musicians of the Louvre / Marc Minkowski
Erato 45026 
 
11:39 pm Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 1
Boston Baroque / Martin Pearlman
Telarc 80368 
 
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INTERVIEW: New Jefferson County Schools Chief Craig Pouncey
Life After Prison: Interview With Robin, Student And Tutwiler Inmate
Interview: U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance on Alabama's Heroin Problem
Interview: Reporter Alex Walsh on Alabama's Prison Budget
"Coming Back With Wes Moore" Explores the Struggles of Returning Combat Veterans
Interview: Mark Crosswhite, Alabama Power's New CEO
INTERVIEW: James Willig On The "Gamification" Of Medical Education
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Tornado Slams Small Alabama Town
Interview: Reporter Brian Lawson Discusses Inmate Healthcare
Interview: Birmingham Barons General Manager Jonathan Nelson
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Folk Singer Willie Watson Brings Classic Folk and Blues to Birmingham
Going Natural: It's Not Just a Hairstyle, It's a Lifestyle
Birmingham Native Callie Courter's New Album 'Love is for the Brave'
Interview: Reporter Kelsey Stein on Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women
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Sustainability: Birmingham Mayor William Bell
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INTERVIEW: AdvancED CEO Mark Elgart
INTERVIEW: Anne-Marie Slaughter
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INTERVIEW: Hoover School Bus Supporter Trisha Powell Crain

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