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It was 1964 when the young Philip Glass found himself in Paris. He was on a Fulbright scholarship to study with the revered...
The Virginia-based organization Kid Pan Alley has helped thousands of schoolchildren across the country write their own songs....
The Science Museum of Virginia welcomes theoretical nuclear physicist, Dr. Raul Briceno, to its Lunch Break Science program,...

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Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss spring insect swarms, including those of green midges and eastern subterranean termites.

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Of course, the answer to the headline is Love. But perhaps a better headline for this week should be: What makes the world Public Radio go round? Answer: you. Oh sure, some funding from our great underwriters as well as from some other sources helps too. But the bottom line is that you, our listeners, help make this World of Richmond Public Radio go round.

Met Opera: Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci

Opera’s most enduring tragic double bill...

Good Evening Mr. & Mrs. America and to All the Ships at Sea!

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Manhunt Boston Bomber

At 2:50 p.m. on April 15, two bomb blasts turned the Boston Marathon finish line from a scene of triumph to tragedy, leaving three dead, hundreds injured and a city gripped by heartbreak and terror.

Think Wednesday: Mystery Monkeys of Shangri-La

This is the true story of a family of Yunnan...

American Experience: Last Days In Vietnam

During the chaotic final days of the Vietnam...

The Draft

The question of who serves in America’s...

Science Matters

A solar installation at Randolph-Macon College is testing a solution by becoming the state’s first fully integrated solar and battery storage site of its kind, which will help provide a steady delivery of electricity even when the sun is not shining.