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Hollywood, The Press And The President

In anticipation of Steven Spielberg's new film, The Post, former news editors Leonard Downie Jr. and Matt Storin share what they witnessed as the drama unfolded in 1971, journalism in that time in history, and the legal implications for today's media. 

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CLASSICAL RADIO BOSTON

Trifonov Plays Mozart at Tanglewood

The Russian pianist is the guest soloist in a piano concerto by Mozart, and Andris Nelsons conducts Ravel and Haydn, plus a modern piece by Adès.

Saturday at 8pm on 99.5 WCRB

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LIDIA CELEBRATES AMERICA

Homegrown Heroes

Chef Lidia Bastianich looks at veterans who return home and find farming to be a path back to civilian life. Seven poignant veterans’ stories take Lidia from the heart of Appalachia to Anaheim, CA, and prove that farming can help individuals reconnect to the community.

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MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIR

Christmas With The Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Experience Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, a one-hour holiday spectacular featuring the world-renowned operatic tenor Rolando Villazón as guest artist and narrator.

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Meet eight of the millions of people whose lives have been changed by WGBH and public media.

 

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We’ve all heard about rising rents in Boston. Imagine someone helped you to rent an apartment, but they said you can only rent a place that costs what an apartment did in 2005.

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Southern Roots

Dig deep into the ancestry of remarkable individuals with Henry Louis Gates Jr. In Episode 9: Southern Roots, three guests of disparate backgrounds dig into their Southern roots, where slavery and its aftermath shaped families both black and white.

WGBH EVENTS

WGBH's Craft Beer Festival

You might feel like warming up inside by a fire right now, but come July, we think you’ll enjoy spending a summer night outdoors sipping cold craft beer and cider. Looking for a holiday gift? For a limited time, purchase 2 tickets for $75 and get WGBH Membership.

JAZZ 24x7

Live From Scullers - Dee Dee Bridgewater

Boston Public Radio, in partnership with Scullers Jazz Club, brings you a series of monthly live Jazz broadcasts. Listen to vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater's performance Live from Scullers broadcast.

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Cannabis Regulations On The Way

State Cannabis Control Commission has begun establishing regulations for operating marijuana businesses in the state. In its first official regulatory discussion Monday, the commission voted to issue licenses for social use venues for pot consumption.

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