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  • Saturday Night Jazz

    The great guitarist Wes Montgomery had a fairly brief career, but has been one of the most influential players through the years. Tune in for a previously unknown live club recording from 1959.... more...

  • The Manchurian Candidate

    A Korean War hero's (Laurence Harvey) commanding officer (Frank Sinatra) discovers he and his platoon were brainwashed. Saturday, February 13 at 9:00 PM on 16.1.

  • The Metropolitan Opera

    The Metropolitan Opera, now in its 131st season (founded in 1883), is a vibrant home for the most creative and talented artists. This week's broadcast, Giuseppe Verdi's Il Trovatore.



https://youtu.be/UPY4pToNpKk A raucous sell-out crowd greeted Donald Trump Friday night at the Sun Dome at the University of South Florida in Tampa. An estimated 10,000 people filled the arena to capacity, while several thousand others were turned away at the gate.


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Fun and educational programming for children more...
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Florida Matters

What are the pros and cons of the Tampa Bay Express project, which includes adding express toll lanes on interstates around the Tampa Bay area? This week on Florida Matters, we bring you both sides of the debate. 

WUSF Create™ TV (16.3)
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University Beat

TV coverage of the 2012 elections (courtesy iStock Photo)
According to research done at the USF Muma College of Business, a person’s TV preferences might just be able to predict who they’ll vote for in the Presidential Election...with shows like “Duck Dynasty” and “The Daily Show” serving as the leading barometers.  As the primary season heats up,... more...

Custom News Reports

Red Taxi - Cuba soundslides

Cuba Postcard - Multimedia Slideshow

The easing of travel restrictions to Cuba could unleash a torrent of 'Yanqui' tourists, something that has the potential to transform a poor island that is rich in history, architecture and natural beauty.

WUSF's Steve Newborn visited Cuba with Sarasota-based Sea to Shore Alliance before the United States embassy reopened. He takes us on a tour of Old Havana and sees what is being done to prepare for a possible influx of newcomers.

StateImpact Florida

StateImpact Florida journalist John O'Connor travels the state to report on how education issues affect you.

StateImpact Florida is a project of WUSF Public Media and WLRN Public Media.



Health News Florida: Journalism for a Healthy State

Health News Florida

Health News Florida is the only news publication dedicated to covering health issues in the nation’s third largest state. We hold health care policy makers, powerbrokers and practitioners accountable. And our independent reporting, online and on public radio, emphasizes how issues of cost, quality and health care access affect all Floridians.


Special News Reports

Back in 2012, four explorers spent 100 days walking and kayaking 1,000 miles up the length of Florida, from the tip of the Everglades to the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. The mission – to publicize the need to connect the state’s remaining wild areas. This year, the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition is back. Three of the members reunited....

Classical WSMR

Felix Mendelssohn
Program: Evening Masterwork
Even composers have their favorites and Mendelssohn predicted his String Quartet Opus 44 in D would be an audience favorite too.  We’ll hear it tonight at 7 on WSMR. more...

All Night Jazz

Wes Montgomery
Program: Saturday Night Jazz with Bob Seymour
The great guitarist Wes Montgomery had a fairly brief career – he died at age 45, at the height of his fame – but has been one of the most influential players through the years. Now comes a previously unknown session, a live club recording from 1959, in his home town of Indianapolis. It’s a real treasure, and we’ll hear that along with the latest from saxophonist Charles Lloyd, singer Stacey Kent...more...

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