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Over the following hour you’ll hear the 4 candidates for Virginia’s 10th Senate District Seat, answer questions on a variety of issues that one of them will have a direct say in once elected. Whoever succeeds in the 10th District race could determine the balance of power in the state Senate, which is now narrowly controlled by Republicans.

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For more than thirty years, Toronto-based saxophonist and flautist Jane Bunnett has been studying, teaching and performing with Cuban musicians. She’s collaporated with both established legendary performers and young up-and-coming musicians.

Where the Fun Begins

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Blues Music: The Professor’s Picks for August 2015

Before the summer slips away into the fall, it...

A World of Pictures & Sound

Sometimes it's great to just take a journey...

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Antiques Roadshow

Items include an 1884 Currier & Ives print; a Pennsylvania folk art whirligig; and a 1936 first edition of "Gone With the Wind" that's appraised at $12,000-$15,000.

Sherlock: The Empty Hearse

Two years after Sherlock’s "death", Dr. John...

American Masters: Althea

Uncover the story of Althea Gibson (1927-2003...

Plunky: Never Too Late, The Documentary

A documentary following jazz saxophonist James...

Science Matters

Humanity can’t seem to sit still. From our earliest days in Africa to now we have always been on the move. In modern times there is no greater symbol for our mobility than the car.

Question Your World: How Many Photos Have Ever Been Taken?

Birthday parties, graduations, engagements,...

Vaccines — Calling the Shots

Diseases that were largely eradicated in the...