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Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland
Sunday at 11am
In this 1999 edition of Piano Jazz, recorded live at the Museum of Television and Radio in New York City, host McPartland welcomes vocalist Cassandra Wilson for an hour of jazz standards. Wilson is known for the enormous range of emotion in her performances. She delights with an array of tunes, joining McPartland and bassist Peter Washington for “Surrey with the Fringe on Top” and “Old Devil Moon.”
Latino USA with Maria Hinojosa
Sunday at 3pm
We take you to literal and metaphorical islands, like an often ignored situation in the Dominican Republic that’s left thousands of people stateless. We also examine their sexual education system, which is tied to religion. In Cuba, organic farms are changing local economies. We visit Hawaii to learn how Latinos—the fastest-growing ethnic group in the state—fit in. A Latino moves to North Dakota, an island of economic development. Peace Corps volunteers learn to overcome cultural isolation. And a journalist visits Cuba and learns to forgive her father.
Making Contact with Andrew Stelzer
Whistleblowers ... hero, traitor or criminal?
51 Percent (the Women’s Perspective) with Allison Dunne
On this week’s 51%, cooking, farming, and cultivating history. First, a woman in Germany starts a class in cooking for peace. And later on the show, an organic farmer tells the story about the hardship and reward of her endeavor; a teenager employs 30 girls to produce a green product; and a New York singer and songwriter tells why he shines a spotlight on women in history.
Jazz Worldwide with Michael Stone
Improvisatory sounds from around the planet.