Bach's (Birthday) Lunch! Bring Your Lunch-We'll Have The Cake | Friday, March 31 @ Noon

Guest pianist Barbara McKenzie will launch WHQR's new Bach's Lunch series on Friday, March 31st . Whether you're a long time, sophisticated listener or someone looking for a rejuvenating lunch break, you'll enjoy gathering in the WHQR Gallery from Noon-1 to hear Barbara bring the joy and wonder of Bach's keyboard music to life. She'll expose the melodies and mysteries of Bach's G minor English Suite, a series of dances and jigs and share some interesting factoids about the Baroque master....

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George Scheibner speaks with author, Dr. Philip Furia, our guest at the next meeting of the WHQR / Star News Bookclub. Monday, October 27th at 5:30pm.

Wilmington NC – From an interview with WHQR's George Scheibner, in August 2003, UNCW Professor and author, Dr. Philip Furia shares never before heard stories of one of America's greatest songwriters, the legendary Johnny Mercer.

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Wally has noticed some things while walking his Basset Hound, Shakespeare.

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Shakespeare the Bassett leads me on walks around Wilmington at various times during the day.

When you're out dog walking you notice a lot of different things because your mind is free to roam. But there's one thing you almost always notice. Some folks clean up after their dogs and some don't.

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With Halloween approaching, Lauren has been thinking about something that scares everybody.

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The distinctive voice of poet Andrei Codrescu is often heard on NPR’s All Things Considered, but he’ll be coming to Wilmington for a number of engagements in November.

A Sci-Fi Spoof of NPR.

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Through the miracle of the Time Wave Intercept for Radio Protocals (T.W.I.R.P.), ESP has recorded radio broadcasts originating in the year 3017.

Have you met Grace? Allow Ede to introduce you.

Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Ede's commentary.

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Wilmington NC – From the creators of Star Wars, Star Trek, The Matrix, and The Splendid Table...

Comes the inspiration for GALACTIC PUBLIC RADIO!

What is the future of public radio? Find out as WHQR and ESP present this Sci-Fi satire of NPR's finest.

Through the miracle of the Time Wave Intercept for Radio Protocal (T.W.I.R.P.), ESP has recorded radio broadcasts originating in the year 3017.

An Appalachian parable in the tradition of Lee Smith.

Wilmington NC – [Click the LISTEN button to hear Nicki's review.]

A Sci-Fi Spoof of NPR

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Comes the inspiration for GALACTIC PUBLIC RADIO!

What is the future of public radio? Find out as WHQR and ESP present this Sci-Fi satire of NPR's finest.

Through the miracle of the Time Wave Intercept for Radio Protocal (T.W.I.R.P.), ESP has recorded radio broadcasts originating in the year 3017.

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Former Penn State president Graham Spanier was convicted Friday of child endangerment for his role in the sexual abuse scandal involving former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.

In a split verdict, the Pennsylvania jury found that Spanier's handling of a 2001 complaint alleging abuse by Sandusky, warranted conviction on one of three charges against him. The jury did, however, acquit Spanier of conspiracy and a second count of child endangerment, the Associated Press reports.

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