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Host Peggy Singlemann talks with Chesterfield County Master Gardener, Monte Shorte, about vegetable gardening techniques for...
Angela Massino is the social media manager at WCVE. From time to time, she plays the ukulele on Facebook Live with our Sound of...
Win two tickets to Virginia Rep's In The Heights, Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda's first groundbreaking work that brings New...

From 88.9 WCVE and NPR News

Virginia is expected to become the nation’s tenth most populous state, with 10 million people living in the Commonwealth by the year 2040. Though overall growth has slowed, Virginia will move past Michigan and New Jersey for the number 10 spot.

More Time Is Needed To Study Health Bill, Sen. Johnson Says

Rachel Martin talks to Republican Sen. Ron...

Supreme Court Will Rule On Trump's Travel Ban In The Fall

In the meantime, the court allowed parts of...

Local Music

Next week (June 25-28), Richmond will be the host city for the American Guild of Organists Regional Mid-Atlantic Convention. This will feature various workshops, recitals and concerts taking place each day across the city. It’s a great opportunity to hear the wonderful instruments we have in Richmond's churches.

New Release: Jonas Kaufmann -- Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde

Gustav Mahler described his work “Das Lied von...

Follow Me To The Land Of The Rising Sun

Every so often on the World Music Show...

People Let Me Tell You About...

People let me tell you about my best friend…...

Local Arts

Hugo the Cat is making waves on social media as he sips his cup of coffee while listening to 88.9 WCVE. Read about the inspiration behind this curious little creature helping to spread the word about public radio.

What To Watch

Great British Baking Show

Join nine bakers for the first-ever batter week.

The White House: Inside Story

Gain access to America’s most iconic residence...

Big Pacific: Violent

Understand how the Pacific, surrounded by the...

Story of China: Golden Age/The Ming

Learn about China’s Renaissance under the Song...

Science Matters

If something is too small to see, how can you figure out what it looks like? That’s the problem scientists faced when they wanted to study the nanoscale (1 to 10 nanometers). They had to build completely new instruments that let them interact with a surface at the nanoscale.

Question Your World: How Are Richmond’s Climate Resiliency Efforts Going?

Richmond, VA’s mayor Levar Stoney recently...

Question Your World: Can Medical Tattoos Help Monitor Our Health?

Let’s say you’re driving down the road and...

Civil War Soldiers Battle Smallpox

Union and Confederate soldiers faced a common...