For more than 80 years, the BBC World Service has been the globe’s most comprehensive source for news. The BBC is the world’s most trusted new source and has more journalists in more countries covering stories from more locations than anyone else. Whenever and wherever news breaks, the BBC World Service is there.
Award-winning Marketplace is public radio’s daily magazine on business and economics news “for the rest of us.” The 30-minute program—with an irreverent reporting style all its own—airs weekday evenings on nearly 500 public radio stations nationwide and boasts the largest audience for any business program in the United States on radio, cable or network television. In conjunction with Marketplace Morning Report and Marketplace Tech, this package of financial programming covers listeners from wallet to Wall Street.
Marketplace Morning Report (MMR) is produced by the same award-winning staff of Marketplace. Bringing you the morning business news “for the rest of us” in the time it takes you to drink your first cup of joe, MMR is a great way to start your day. From 5:51:30 a.m. ET to 11:51:30 a.m. ET you can catch one of the seven eight-minute modules designed to air weekdays during NPR’s Morning Edition. Tune-in to Marketplace Morning Report and get a head start on the day!
Technology is reshaping our world; Marketplace Tech explores how through a daily four minute program, podcast, blog and Twitter feed. Host Molly Wood talk to newsmakers, innovators, visionaries and creators about how technology is expanding, informing and transforming everyday experience. Tune in for the big news and the stories you won’t hear anywhere else.
American Public Media’s investigative unit strives to raise awareness, trigger debate, and prompt
positive change with immersive, fact-driven, non-partisan journalism. From politics and education to health care and policing, digging deeply into these issues on behalf of the public is a role we take seriously. At the heart of every APM Reports story, there’s a critical larger question — about systems or accountability within institutions — that deserves to be answered with depth and commitment.
From The New York Times, and hosted by Michael Barbaro, this is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. It’s half an hour of context and humanity every evening.
Performance Today is a two hour weekday program which features classical music in concert from American Public Media studios and sites across the nation and around the world, as well as classical music news, interviews and features. Listeners experience the finest solo, chamber and symphonic works—not on CD, but in richly textured live performances recorded for broadcast. With host Fred Child.
SymphonyCast, with host Julie Amacher, is a two-hour weekly radio program featuring a full-length concert by a major symphony. Material is drawn from Europe’s premier symphony orchestras, along with U.S. orchestras such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra.
Pipedreams, hosted by the eloquent and good-humored Michael Barone, spotlights extraordinary instruments and performers in stirring works that display the variety and wonder of the pipe organ. The program has been a classical music staple on public radio for more than 30 years.
John Birge hosts Composers Datebook, a daily two-minute program designed to inform, engage and entertain listeners with timely information about composers of the past and present. Produced in association with the American Composers Forum.
A nationally syndicated classical music service dedicated to live classical music programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Splendid Table is radio’s preeminent food program, airing on more than 400 public radio stations in the United States. Hosts Francis Lam and producer Sally Swift create this award-winning program that explores the entire spectrum of food: from cheese making to finding wine bargains to the science of a great cup of coffee to the best little greasy spoons in America.