WUSF Pubic Media | Tampa, St. Petersburg & Sarasota

  • Sound Opinions

    Comedians Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster on the success of The Best Show. Then a review roundup of new albums from Alabama Shakes, Mumford & Sons, and more.

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  • Tigers About The House

    Tigers About the House follows Giles Clark, Head of Big Cats at Australia Zoo, as he hand rears Sumatran tiger brothers, Spot and Stripe. Thursday, May 28 at 9:00 PM on WUSF TV.

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  • Midsomer Murders

    Wealthy, eccentric, obese aristocrat Freddy Butler (Joss Ackland - White Mischief; King Lear) drops dead after gathering all three of his wives at his hall. Friday, May 29 at 10:00 PM on WUSF TV.

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  • Sunday Baroque

    Sunday Baroque features Baroque and early music written before 1750. Host Suzanne Bona celebrates the current wealth of recorded music with great performances by yesterday's and today's best performers.

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WUSF News

Environmentalists are optimistic they can get money from Florida lawmakers for a reservoir in the Everglades during the upcoming special legislative session, something they couldn't do during the 60-day regular session.

WUSF TV

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Fun and educational programming for children more...
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Florida Matters

From left: Author Gary Mormino, military historian William Polson, First Lt. Gerald Berry (retired) and Florida Matters host Carson Cooper
June 6, 2015 will mark the 71st anniversary of D-Day, the historic military landing at Normandy during World War II. We a look at D-Day through the eyes of a C-47 pilot who was there.  First Lt. Gerald “Bud” Berry -- who is now... more...

WUSF Create™ TV (16.3)
Expert advice on cooking, arts and crafts, gardening and travel more...
WUSF Knowledge (16.4)
Documentaries, news and public affairs series and encore presentations more...
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University Beat

The new solar array on top of a USF St. Petersburg parking garage (photo courtesy USFSP Sustainability Program)
Thanks to a million dollar grant from Duke Energy, USF St. Petersburg has unveiled one of the largest and most efficient solar power arrays in the city. We'll take you to the unveiling event and show you what the new array means for both the university and Duke's continuing expansion into solar... more...

Special News Reports

Back in 2012, four explorers spent 100 days walking and kayaking 1,000 miles up the length of Florida, from the tip of the Everglades to the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. The mission – to publicize the need to connect the state’s remaining wild areas. This year, the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition is back. Three of the members have reunited....

Health News Florida: Journalism for a Healthy State

Health News Florida

Health News Florida is the only news publication dedicated to covering health issues in the nation’s third largest state. We hold health care policy makers, powerbrokers and practitioners accountable. And our independent reporting, online and on public radio, emphasizes how issues of cost, quality and health care access affect all Floridians.

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StateImpact Florida

StateImpact Florida journalist John O'Connor travels the state to report on how education issues affect you.

StateImpact Florida is a project of WUSF Public Media and WLRN Public Media.

Classical WSMR

Franz Schubert
Program: Evening Masterwork
Franz Schubert wrote his Octet for Strings and Winds in F as a sort of practice run for a symphonic work. That work came to be his “Great C major symphony.”  It’s a jubilant work that shows his growth in the form.  Don’t miss Schubert’s Octet for Strings and Winds tonight at 7 on Classical WSMR, it’s our Evening Masterwork. more...

All Night Jazz

Albert ‘Tootie’ Heath
Program: Saturday Night Jazz with Bob Seymour
Albert ‘Tootie’ Heath, a drummer who is the living history of jazz, comes from a great musical family -- he’s the youngest of The Heath Brothers from Philadelphia. As Tootie celebrates his 80th birthday this weekend, we’ll hear some of his recent collaboration with Ethan Iverson of The Bad Plus, along with sessions he’s done with John Coltrane, Wes Montgomery, Yusef Lateef, and of course, The...more...

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