Programs A-Z

  • Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.

  • Holiday favorites from Ellis Marsalis, Geri Allen, Jason Moran and more, from a concert at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

  • In recognition of Hanukkah, this show is dedicated to the Jews who catapulted popular music to stage and radio from the 1900s to the early 1930s. They are some of the best known composers, and it is unimaginable how different American popular...

  • Langston Hughes, an enduring icon of the Harlem Renaissance, is best-known for his written work, which wedded his fierce dedication to social justice with his belief in the transformative power of the word. But he was a music lover, too, and...

  • Langston Hughes, an enduring icon of the Harlem Renaissance, is best-known for his written work, which wedded his fierce dedication to social justice with his belief in the transformative power of the word. But he was a music lover, too, and...

  • Learning Through the Seasons

    Learning Through the Seasons is aired weekly on WNMU, Public Radio 90 Tuesday afternoons at 4:30 pm and again Saturday mornings at 8:35 am and podcast on WNMUFM.ORG.

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  • Highlights from the 2011 Marquette Area Blues Festival

  • Imagine a musician single-handedly redefining what an instrument can do, elevating it to a whole other level. That's what the late Max Roach did for the drums. Whether it’s jazz or rock or funk, there isn't a drummer today who isn't somehow...

  • repeat of Sunday program

  • Hosted by Bill Hart, this weekly public affairs program delves into the issues that are important to the people of the Upper Great Lakes Region. During the half-hour program, local media representatives, community leaders and special guests of...

  • Launched in 1931, the Metropolitan Opera’s Saturday matinee broadcasts are the longest-running continuous classical music program in radio history. The 82nd season begins on December 8, 2012, with Verdi’s Un Ballo in Maschera, starring...

  • Host Kurt Hauswirth brings you classical selections from the Public Radio 90 music library.
     

    9:30 -- Writer's Almanac w/Garrison Keillor

    10:01 NPR News

    10:30 The...

  • Nature Watch-9:00 am

  • Syndicated musical variety program.

  • April is National Poetry Month and Public Radio 90 is continuing its tradition of showcasing the work of area poets, from NMU students to regional writers. Each weekday morning at 9:37 a.m. and again in the afternoon at 3 p.m. tune in to hear...

  • The oldest symphony orchestra in the United States, The New York Philharmonic has given over 14,000 concerts, more than any other orchestra in the world.

  • Jazz is where it's at... and Night Studio is the place to hang out to hear the best hour of jazz on the radio. We check out the new releases and revisit the old classics, always on the look-out for the good stuff that keeps us all tuned in, and...

  • Once again, Public Radio 90 is celebrating National Poetry Month with local writers reading their original works. Tune in weekday mornings at 9:35 eastern all during the month of April to hear this year's offerings.

  • Once again, Public Radio 90 is celebrating National Poetry Month with local writers reading their original works. Tune in weekday mornings at 9:35 eastern all during the month of April to hear this year's offerings.

    Fri 4/1 - Russell...

  • A radio show that takes listeners on a weekly journey through the music of many different cultures and  includes well-known names like Bob Marley, Sting, Loreena McKennitt, and Santana, along with exceptional, underexposed international artists...

  • The Little Drummer Boy comes of age in this contemporary radio drama

  • As far as the Christian Church is concerned, Easter is the biggest event ever. I have seen the festival of the resurrection from many perspectives and whether you celebrate with huge choirs and the Hallelujah Chorus by Handel, a festive folk...

  • This two-part special for Black History Month presents guest interviews, archival voices, music, and readings to tell the story of the powerful interconnections between music, religion, spirituality and politics during this vibrant period in...

  • Some of the greatest Soul and R&B holiday classics from James Brown, Otis Redding, The O'Jays, Donnie Hathaway, The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, Booker T & the MGs and more.

  • A locally-produced hour of jazz and related music genres.

  • From the 1940s to the 1990s, several jazz composers undertook several large-scale orchestral compositions that portrayed the journey of black people from Africa to enslavement in America, and beyond. "Suite History" features music from such...

  • Locally-hosted swing/Big Bands program.

  • Superiorland Concerts is currently on hiatus

  • Taste of Eternity presents some the most profound and exalted music from the Friday night synagogue service as well as rousing table songs (Z'mirot) which are sung at the festive Friday night meal.    Musical selections include lush, a cappella...

  • Sister Rosetta Tharpe may have been the first National gospel star. She played and sang from a young age on the church circuit with her mother and evolved into a fantastic guitar player and songwriter. She was controversial for taking her act...

  • from the New Jazz Archive website:

    Curious about jazz but don’t know much about it? Or better yet, do you hate jazz? If so, this show is for you.

    Most of today’s jazz...

  • A weekly celebration of symphonic music in film, a fascinating cultural adventure through America's best-loved art form.

  • More than just talking about recipes, Splendid Table explores everything about food: the culture, the science, the history, the back stories and the deeper meanings that come together every time people sit down to enjoy a meal.

  • Each week listeners join award-winning host Fiona Ritchie to explore the evolving Celtic musical traditions of Europe and North America. In addition to well-known artists and selections, Ritchie introduces curious listeners to Celtic influences...

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