In the Pocket:
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With Good Reason with Sarah McConnell
Wednesday at 11am
When Jefferson designed the University of Virginia’s central Rotunda, he set out to build a temple to the book, a stunning rebuke to the Christian churches that anchored every other college of his day. But Jefferson’s secular utopia didn’t pan out exactly as he planned.
Plus: A collection of essays by biblical scholars fact-checking politicians on their uses of the Bible.
Also: The Beliefs of the Founding Fathers--Europeans who traveled to the thirteen colonies brought countless strains of Christianity with them, and many new sects flourished.
Jazz Potpourri – Re-air: The Trenton Jazz Show with Alex Otey
Wednesday at 4pm
Tune in to the Trenton Jazz Show, every 3rd Sunday, as host Alex Otey explores the wonderful world of jazz. From blues to Dixieland, big band swing to bebop, from vocalese to cool, soul and avant-garde jazz, to Afro-Cuban, Ska, indo, Latin jazz and more. We're going to cover it all from Trenton, New Jersey ... the jazz capitol of the world!
Strike Up the Band with Ted Otten & Michael Kownacky
This week we'll be taking our third and final look at Benny Goodman. We're featuring music from three different CDs including "Benny Goodman: Live at Carnegie Hall" which many people feel is his most interesting recording.
The Spin with Esther Armah
This is a rebroadcast of our 9/23/2016 program.
On today's THE SPIN, host Esther Armah is joined by good governance and gender activist Kathleen Addy in Ghana, and scholar and writer Dr. Treva B. Lindsey from Harvard.
The show talks GLOBAL HAIR BATTLES: from the latest US Appeals Court decision -- to South Africa's School girls protests - why is Black hair still a battleground?
Plus Arizona's new law that turns parents into child molesters if they change a diaper or bathe a baby. And a new report reveals the wage gap between Black and White Americans is wider in 2016 than it was in 1979.
Trenton 365 with Jacque Howard
Tonight's Trenton 365 Show will feature the music of Donald Byrd, Glenn Zaleski, Donald Edwards and Ernest Ranglin.
Block Party Radio with Kim Scott
Block Party Radio is an upbeat, urbane show, with a host that is brimming with enthusiasm about the Contemporary Jazz scene today. New to radio, Kim is a fresh voice and an advocate for the new artists of her generation. And she introduces us to many of them in the show each week.
The Friday Morning Mix with Carl Hemmingsen
Carl will be out this week and next week to welcome a new grandchild into the fold. Look for him in two weeks. (o;`~
MyNDTALK with Dr. Pamela Brewer
Becoming Brilliant with: Dr. Kathy Hirsch-Pasek
In just a few years, today's children and teens will forge careers that look nothing like those that were available to their parents or grandparent. While the U.S. economy becomes ever more information-driven, our system of education seems stuck on the idea that 'content is king,' neglecting other skills that 21st century citizens sorely need.
Co-Author Dr. Kathy Hirsh-Pasek offers solutions that parents can implement right now. Backed by the latest scientific evidence and illustrated with examples of what's being done right in schools today, this book introduces the "6Cs;" collaboration, communication, content, critical thinking, creative innovation, and confidence along with ways parents can nurture their children s development in each area.
The Amans Brindled Regional Music Show with Jacque Howard
This week’s ABRMS will feature the music of The Blue Method with Brian Williams, Squidly Cole, Joshua Adair, Adia Victoria and Jerry Fiess.
12th Street Jump with Pete Weber & Eboni Fondren
On this week's archive episode of 12th Street Jump we celebrate the birthday of Antonio Carlos Jobim with our special guests, Stan Kessler and Danny Embrey. Dr. Pearl has some advice for A-Rod and the gang finds a new "Girl from Ipanema."