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For two decades, a group in Central Virginia has been reviving the art of radio dramas. The Glen Allen-based On the Air Radio...
Across Virginia, hundreds of thousands are affected by food deserts which are defined as urban neighborhoods or rural towns...
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For two decades, a group in Central Virginia has been reviving the art of radio dramas. The Glen Allen-based On the Air Radio Players includes a rotating cast of actors who perform both classic and original screenplays. Virginia Currents producer Catherine Komp has more.

Music

We hope you’ll join us this week (2/28/15) on Time for the Blues as Henry and I have a couple of surprises for you. It’s been cold outside long enough so we’re going to heat things up with some of the best blues we can get and pipe them directly to you.

Sounds Lost & Found

Talk about some lost and found sound! On this...

It's Not Complicated

The era of "new music" continues. You see,...

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Rock My Soul

Join the Fairfield Four, the McCrary Sisters, Amos Lee, Buddy Miller, Lee Ann Womack, Van Hunt and Lucinda Williams to celebrate one of the most popular musical genres.

Downton Abbey: Season 5 Finale

The Crawleys go to a shooting party at a...

La Dolce Vita: The Music of Italian Cinema

Dawning in the dark aftermath of World War II...

The Abolitionists Part 3: 1854-Emancipation and Victory

John Brown's 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry, an...

Science Matters

Today, we’re traveling to the mid to late-nineteenth century to meet Dr. Daniel Hale Williams. He pioneered several firsts in his field: opening the first hospital with an interracial staff in 1891 and performing the first successful open heart surgery in 1893.