Classical Music & More – We've looked high and low to find the best holiday gifts this year in classical music for all tastes, along with some great values that make the gift of classical music an easy choice for the music-lovers on your list. Many of these titles are simply jaw-dropping values. Quite a few of these items are limited-edition releases that you won't easily find elsewhere or for very long.
Remember that 10% of your purchase price at ArkivMusic returns to Public Radio Tulsa if you use this special Gift Guide link:
ON PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – This week's Intelligence Squared Oxford-style debate will examine the motion: Good riddance to the mainstream media. Speaking for the motion: John Hockenberry, public radio journalist, Jim VandeHei, executive editor of Politico website, Michael Wolff, columnist for Vanity Fair, and founder of newser.com. Speaking against the motion: Phil Bronstein, former editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, David Carr, New York Times columnist, and Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation.
ON IDEAS 89.5 HD3 – Every Saturday night, Ideas 89.5 HD3 broadcasts three Native American programs. Voices from the Circle features native news, music, issues, entertainment and storytelling from reservations and urban communities. American Indian Living focuses on health issues in Indian country. On Rezervations with Dawn Karima, hear insightful discussions with fascinating Native American artists, authors, musicians, educators, and thinkers.
ON PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – Go beyond the hype - be informed about the candidates before Tuesday's election.
State Senator Tom Adelson (D) is running against former councilman Dewey Bartlett (R) along with independent candidates Mark Perkins and Lawrence Kirkpatrick in the November 10 election for Tulsa Mayor. Public Radio 89.5 news has profiles and exclusive live debate coverage of this important race.
ON CLASSICAL 88.7 HD1 – The WFMT Radio Network has partnered with the Houston Grand Opera to present 6 operas from their 2008-2009 schedule.
The Houston Grand Opera is recognized nationally and internationally for artistic excellence and innovation. It contributes to the cultural enrichment of the city of Houston and the nation, by producing and performing world-class opera, creating a diverse, innovative and balanced program of performances, events, community and educational projects, which reaches the widest possible public.