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  • Evening Masterwork: The "Clock" Symphony

    In 1793, composer Franz Joseph Haydn gave his patron Prince Esterhazy the gift of an elaborate musical clock, for which he also wrote a set of 12 short pieces. One of these clock pieces became the... more...

     
  • All Things Considered

    This definitive afternoon newsmagazine offers a comprehensive review of the day’s most important stories, while also providing in-depth interviews, insightful commentary and intelligent analysis... more...

     
  • Jazz Night in America

    For the month of May we’ll be commemorating the 90th anniversary of birth of Miles Davis with Miles-a-Palooza. Miles Dewey Davis was born in Alton, Illinois May 26, 1926 and was... more...

     
  • Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways

    The personable British host explores some of the world's oldest and most scenic railway journeys. Wednesday, May 4 at 8:00 PM on 16.1.

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WUSF News

How many times must it be over before it's really over? This time, the endless 2016 presidential primary looks truly over, so long as you're a Republican. The Republican Party will not name its nominee until July in Cleveland, but the last suspense went out of the contest Tuesday night in Indiana with Donald J. Trump's latest romp over his last...

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Florida Matters

Jan. 28, 2016 marked 30 years since the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded off the coast of Cape Canaveral. All seven crew members, including teacher Christa McAuliffe, were killed. This week on Florida Matters, we'll remember the... more...

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Documentaries, news and public affairs series and encore presentations more...
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University Beat

Incoming Florida Senate President Joe Negron (left in checkered shirt) speaks to lawmakers and USF executives and studentsand students during his visit to the Tampa campus in April.
USF is getting closer to joining the University of Florida and Florida State University as a ‘preeminent state research university,’ obtaining not just additional funding but also national prominence. Find out what this status will mean for USF and its students – plus we see how USF’s growing... 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.

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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

Johannes Brahms: Piano Trio No. 1 in B, Op. 8
Program: Evening Masterwork
Johannes Brahms had a not-so-great habit of destroying works that he wasn’t too happy about. And it wasn’t just youthful experiments – he often destroyed entire mature works. One such worked that garnered criticism was the Piano Trio No. 1 in B; criticism not just from the composer, but also from his dear friend Clara Schumann. Despite this, the work survived, and it’s this evening’s masterwork. more...

All Night Jazz

The Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Orchestra
Program: Jazz Night in America with Christian McBride
In the middle of their careers, the trumpeter and composer/arranger Thad Jones and the drummer Mel Lewis found themselves with a book of big band music -- and no band to perform it. So they made their own, handpicking some of New York's top talent across age and color lines. They rehearsed on Monday nights, when guys could actually make rehearsal. And by the time they debuted on a Monday in...more...


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