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Program: Afternoon Classics
NSPR's long-time classical music host, Mike Fishkin, brings his wealth of knowledge to weekday afternoons. Check out "Afternoon Classics" weekdays at 1:00 pm.
Program: Science Friday
Science Friday is your trusted source for news and entertaining stories about science. The educational program features host Ira Flatow’s in-depth discussions.
Reggie Watts Builds a Synthesizer, Bit by Bit
Science Book Picks for 2013
In a New Play, Trusty Sidekick Is a Supercomputer
Program: Weekend Showcase
Every Friday afternoon, local theater buff, Tom Kinnee, previews upcoming activities in The North State arts communities.
Program: The Shasta Serenade
Barry Hazle mixes up an eclectic brew of Americana, blues, rockabilly, folk, bluegrass and timeless standards from his perch in Oak Run. Saturdays will never be the same!
Program: Evening Jazz
NSPR's team of Jazz hosts features seasoned veterans as well as a cadre of new voices. Check our our broad range of interpretations on "Evening Jazz" weeknights at 9.
Program: The Blue Dot Report
Join local science teacher, Dave Schlom, each week as he examines The Universe and our place in it ... here, on a pale blue dot.
Program: Nancy's Bookshelf
Each week host Nancy Wiegman talks to local, regional and national writers about their latest projects.
Program: From the Muddy Banks of the Chico Creek
Susanna Flavia Boxall serves up an eclectic mix of rock in all its incarnations, punk, grunge and alternative music from the U.S. and around the world
Fits and Starts: Inland Empire
California’s uneven march towards an economic recovery is now in its sixth year. All this week, KPCC and Capital Public Radio are bringing you...
Fits and Starts: LA and Orange County
Plodding. That's how some economists describe California’s recovery five years after the official end of the Great Recession. All this week, K-P-C...
Fits and Starts: Central Valley
California’s economy may be on the mend — but how fast it’s bouncing back from the Great Recession depends on where you live. That’s why Capital...
Anderson City Council Preview
There are three candidates running for two open seats on the Anderson City Council. North State Public Radio’s Kelly Frost has more on the race. **...
Fits and Starts: Bay Area
Five years after the Great Recession officially ended, the California economy looks like a patchwork quilt. All this week, Capital Public Radio and...
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