Posts filed under ‘On Air’
When a bugle plays “First Call,” it means “assemble.” Washington County is sounding the first call this weekend to attract visitors to learn about its Civil War history, including General Robert E. Lee’s first invasion of the Union. We’ll hear about this weekend’s events.
There are approximately 160 million descendants of the Transatlantic Slave Trade living today throughout the Western Hemisphere. How are they doing today?
Why patients are afraid to talk to their doctors…and what they both can do about it.
Veteran Baltimore Sun copy editor John McIntyre on language.
Baltimore native Philip Glass has been commissioned to write a new version of 1812 Overture in honor of the bicentennial of the War of 1812. Baltimore Symphony Orchestra conductor Marin Alsop will be directing it. Tom Hall talks with her about the premiere.
A review of the play by Lisa Kron, directed by Rain Pryor, now at the Strand Theater Company.
The Milky Way and Andromeda Galaxies are going to smash into each other…in four billion years.
Continuing our conversation on the condition of girls inside the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services.
The Orioles are in a battle with the Yankees to stay at the top of the American League East. We talk with sports contributor Mark Hyman about their chances, along with the results of the draft.
Maryland is one of 19 states that no longer has to abide by the strictest parts of the federal No Child Left Behind law. We talk with the state’s Assistant Superintendent for Academic Policy about what that means for students and schools here.