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January 01, 1990 - November 17, 2012 + Special Programming
Success in Iraq remains critical to our national security and to success in the war on terror. This evening, President Bush will discuss the new...
Just thinking about eating your favorite foods can make you feel good. Now, scientists are unearthing surprising links between the foods you eat and behavior....
The Dickens classic in a vintage radio performance by legendary actor, Lionel Barrymore, narrated by Orson Welles, with music by Bernard Hermann. (Airs 7-8pm; rebroadcast...
Yiddish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer reads his story, A Friend of Kafka's, recorded sometime in the 1970's at a San Fernando Valley Community Center.
Robert Egan returns as director along with Karl Lundeberg, who created the music for the original series. The series is narrated by veteran voice-over artist,...
Sunday night marks the beginning of the Highest Holy Day in Judaism, Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Tonight, KCRW presents an extraordinary documentary...
Recently named National Public Radio’s newest senior analyst, Ted Koppel convenes a Town Meeting at National War College at Fort McNair in Washington, D.C., for the Discovery Channel and NPR. In "The Price...
The second in a two-part documentary celebrating the opening of the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.
For the fifth anniversary of September 11, American RadioWorks rebroadcasts the beautifully haunting documentary from the Sonic Memorial Project.
President Bush addresses the nation on the fifth anniversary of September 11.
The first in a two-part documentary celebrating the opening of the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.
A collection of music and stories by independent producers all about sticking your thumb out for a ride, produced by (((Hearing Voices))), the largest consortium...
An unusual collection of stories and music all about jobs, produced by (((Hearing Voices))), the largest consortium of independent radio producers this side of the...
Lionel Ziprin passed away last week on New York’s Lower East Side. Rabbi Abulafia’s Boxed Set tells the story of Ziprin's grandfather, a New York City...
B-movie moguls...holocaust survivors and hippies...the famous and the simply filthy rich have all called Venice California home in the last one hundred years.