Programs A-Z

New music from every genre. 

Join Host Jemila Ericson for a morning of classics.

Listen as Pat Marriott shares his rich knowledge of classical music.

Classical Music from Minnesota Public Radio

Classics for Kids debuted December 5, 1998 and is designed to help adults introduce children to classical music. The program features a composer and his/her music, along with games, quizzes and curriculum materials for primary grade...

If any one individual has been associated with the successful production and promotion of Blues music in the Port City, it's Lan Nichols.  He's the director of the Cape Fear Blues Festival, a pro-active member of the Cape Fear Blues Society,...

Imagine a folk and bluegrass hour hosted by a musician who cares passionately about what he spins on-air and will tell you why each tune is worth hearing. John Fonvielle is a talented guitarist and bassist who also enjoys playing DJ on Saturday...

Radiolab is a show about curiosity. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience.

Wilmington Star News has called it "the coolest half hour of music on local radio." Tune-in for a little something different for your trip home, or while you're making dinner. No MSG.

On select Fridays and Saturdays, 9PM-10PM, we broadcast a recent recording of our Soup to Nuts Live! concert series.

A unique and personal music mix for a Saturday night. Local performers, big names, old and new, borrowed and blue. You never know what you're going to get.

Plus, Soup to Nuts Live! features local concerts recorded in our WHQR Gallery.

Join George Scheibner with a mix of straight-ahead and great vocal jazz. Featuring Philip Furia's Great American Songbook at 1:30pm.

Join Philip Furia for an enduring body of classical song, performed generation after generation by musicians and singers in styles that range from jazz to blues, rock to country.

A celebration of beloved music from the baroque era (1600-1750).

With Heart and Voice is a weekly program of sacred choral and organ music that features recordings from around the world.

A live audience radio and television show filmed at the historic Kentucky Theatre in Lexington, KY. The show features live music and interviews from a wide variety of grassroots musicians.

The schedule for Woodsongs can be found