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Whether you’re interested in politics, music, crime, technology or just about anything, there is likely a podcast for you. But while millions of people enjoy listening to podcasts every day, others still don’t understand this relatively new form of media. This week on Florida Matters: Podcasting 101.
Program: Evening Masterwork
In 1817, Franz Schubert composed a short song called The Trout, which told the story of an onlooker on a riverbank watching a “happy little fish” swimming in the river. The fish, a trout, is soon caught by a fisherman, much to the onlooker’s dismay. Two years later, Schubert incorporated this song into his Piano Quintet in A Major, which was nicknamed the “Trout” Quintet. It’s our Evening...more...
For some high school students, summer is a time to relax. But for nearly one hundred Florida high school students, it's a time to study civics, thanks to a program from USF St Petersburg and the YMCA. The pair partnered to create the Civics Fellows Program, a yearlong fellowship that immerses students in local government and public service.
All Night Jazz
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the “Other Nine to Five,” it’s a honey party at the bee farm as Jackson Harpe buzzes you with A Taste of Honey and other delights on the Jazz Trip @ Ten. Plus more music from our focus artist of the week, drummer Billy Drummond. Then later, on our Midnight Standard, we’ll hear another version of Jerome Kern’s All The Things You Are. The adventure begins tonight at...more...
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