ON NPR.ORG – A Haunted Mix from NPR Music! LISTEN NOW
NPR Music staffers and station partners observe the holiday by assembling a chilling collection of songs about ghosts, hauntings and otherwise disembodied and discombobulated spirits. More unsettling than pumpkins and more ethereal than zombies, these ghosts are sure to alternately soothe and rattle your nerves as the big day approaches.
ON IDEAS 89.5 HD3 – The goal of The Thomas Jefferson Hour is to tease out the truth of each topic in the tradition of Thomas Jefferson - the founding father educated in Enlightenment ideals and considered by many to be the visionary of the founding of our nation.
ON PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – Public Radio Tulsa News Director John Durkee will moderate a the three-way debate between Democrat Tom Adelson, Republican Dewey Bartlett, and Independent candidate Mark Perkins. Join us for this Downtown Kiwanis Club election debate, broadcast live from First United Methodist Church in downtown Tulsa.
ON PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – Organisms change, and the result is evolution. This hour, Radio Lab tells stories of adaptation...for foxes, a small town in Oregon, and one particular troop of baboons in the Western Serengeti...that may have you thinking differently about war, violence and human nature. Learn More
ON PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – National award winning broadcast journalist Marshall Stewart begins an investigative news series examining Tulsa's Juvenile Justice system. Our microphones will take you into the courtroom and you will hear first hand from the judge on the bench what needs to be done to salvage the crumbling system. You'll hear from parents of troubled teens, law enforcers, and elected leaders on saving an at-risk generation. Join us at 7:35 a.m., Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for this informative investigative review.
ON PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – David Wessel, the Economics Editor of the The Wall Street Journal and Author of In Fed We Trust: Ben Bernanke's War on the Great Panic speaks to the Commonwealth Club of California this week.
How did we find ourselves confronting the worst threat to the U.S. economy since the Great Depression? Wessel will explain what the Federal Reserve did right and did wrong, where the economy stands now and where it is headed.