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Posted Tuesday, April 16, 2019 by WLRH News

Composer Josh Burel and clarinetist Anastasia Christofakis talk about changing the world through musical means.

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Sundial Contributor Ted Roberts was surprised by the upbeat attitude that pervaded the chemo ward where he received treatment.

In this episode we feature part 2 in a 3 part series with Know Huntsville focusing on artists performing at Panoply Arts Festival including an interview with Daniela Perallon from Arts Huntsville and live in studio performance and interview with Cheryl Llewellyn Music. We’ll also feature music from Panoply performers and Spice Radio Huntsville gets the show going with some local faves.

On this episode of The Public Radio Hour, we get an update on the Alabama Legislative Session, learn about microplastics and other pollutants in the Tennessee River and hear about a new study on gynecological cancers.

Dr. Eurydice Osterman and Howard Bankhead of the TN Valley Jazz Society stopped by to discuss the upcoming The Beginning of African American Gospel Music in Alabama concert.

Sundial writer Johanna Kirsch Wilson looks at light through a child's eyes.

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A bipartisan group of lawmakers across the House and the Senate introduced a bill that would allow people in prison access to federal Pell grants to pay for college.

Kim Seung-ho (left), the director of the DMZ Ecology Research Institute, counts birds of the DMZ with intern Pyo Gina.

The heavily fortified no-man's land separating North and South Korea, largely untouched by humans, has become an ecological niche for the region's flora and fauna, including endangered species.

Our readers share some tricks for getting your children to listen without raising your voice — sometimes without even saying a word.

Irish journalist Lyra McKee who was shot and killed during clashes between militant republicans and police in Londonderry, Northern Ireland.

29-year-old Lyra McKee was a rising star in journalism in Northern Ireland and abroad. Her death was condemned by nearly all political factions there.

Gail Gray suffers from degenerative disk disease and takes daily painkillers. Her pharmacist was arrested in a recent federal justice department sting.

After dozens of health care workers were charged with illegally prescribing opioids in Appalachia, local health agencies are trying to make sure chronic pain patients don't fall through the cracks.



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