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Introduce children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way.
One problem with an abundance of choice is that, sometimes, the noise can drown out the signal—there’s something seemingly tailor-made for everyone, but that means it’s that much harder to sift through and discover your own goldilocks preference, even among the best podcasts.In the same way that it’s difficult to find local musicians that fit your taste without a mixtape from a friend or a showcase at a neighborhood bar, with over nine hundred thousand podcasts and thirty million episodes av ...
Intriguing, engaging and compelling. Q102's Natalie Jones talks to some of Greater Cincinnati's most fascinating people. Behind every good story is a Person of Interest.
Riders Radio Theater was a half hour, weekly, cult favorite/public radio show performed live by the two-time Grammy Award-winning western and comedy band Riders In The Sky in Nashville and Cincinnati from 1988-1995. Called at the time "the fastest half hour in radio," each show featured western music, wacky commercials, the National Polka Countdown, characters and comedy bits of all sizes and descriptions, and a cliffhanging serial adventure... all liberally sprinkled with country and folk m ...
“Alicia Reece Soul Food Podcast Brings the #hotsauce with powerful interviews that bring information, resources, and inspiration from national guests, celebrities sharing their stories and providng “food for the soul” on politics, entertainment, sports, movies, lifestyles, civic engagement, business and more with a call to action. Why Soul Food? - It's authentic, real, historic, and has flavor. Everything Alicia Reece does she puts her “soul” in it. In addition, Alicia Reece has done a Faceb ...
This week on Start Hear:In Strange Woods: After a tragedy in the Whitetail National Forest, 18-year-old Peregrine Wells seeks out survivalist skills from an enigmatic old recluse.Driving The Green Book: Alvin Hall and Janee Woods Weber drive from Detroit to New Orleans, collecting powerful, personal testimony about how Black Americans used the The …
90 Second Naturalist for Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Arielle Sheftall Ph.D., sees the sharpest rise among Black girls.
Illegal dumping is one of the biggest contributors to blight in the city.
90 Second Naturalist for Monday, November 29, 2021
Leonard Bernstein grew up in the Boston area. Here are some more composers who spent time in and around that city.
90 Second Naturalist for Friday, November 26, 2021
90 Second Naturalist for Thursday, November 25, 2021
On Cincinnati Edition Wednesday, the Political Junkie Ken Rudin is with us for the full hour to talk all things national politics.By Michael Monks
90 Second Naturalist for Wednesday, November 24, 2021
On Cincinnati Edition's monthly gardening show, our panel of experts is ready to answer your questions about all things plants, trees, flowers, crops, and more.By Michael Monks
This week on Start Hear:F*cking Sober: The First 90 Days: An unflinching semi-comedic mostly nonfictional narrative podcast about the first 90 days of being f*cking sober.Propaganda! The Podcast Musical: Rookie doesn't know much about his family business--but then again neither does the American Public.Cincinnati Playhouse’s Pod Play: You'll be gui…
90 Second Naturalist for Tuesday, November 23, 2021
Ohio's congressional redistricting process — revamped in 2018 — has proven fraught with conflict this year. Where does it stand now?
Our panel of experts weigh in on preparing for the holiday.
90 Second Naturalist for Monday, November 22, 2021
Leonard Bernstein's "Candide" is an operetta. An operetta is like an opera, with one big difference. In opera, everything is sung, but in operetta, there are spoken lines between the singing.
On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review, local journalists join us to talk about the stories behind the headlines.
90 Second Naturalist for Friday, November 19, 2021
Researcher Jeremy Bailenson has been studying why video chats may be draining our mental energy.
90 Second Naturalist for Thursday, November 18, 2021
Theater critic Rick Pender joins Cincinnati Edition to discuss the 91-year-old legend of the American stage.
90 Second Naturalist for Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Braun enjoys the pace of life on his farm in Pendleton County.
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Michael Donnelly and Hamilton County Court of Appeals Judge Pierre Bergeron find racial disparities in sentencing.
Short Wave: New discoveries, everyday mysteries, and the science behind the headlines.Films To Be Buried With: We are born. We die. In between we watch a lot of films. And some of these films shape the people we are.Chocolate News Podcast: Discussing issues affecting the Black community.