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Questions About SuperpowersThis American Life
Questions About Superpowers
This week Ira and his team answer the following questions about superpowers: Can superheroes be real people? (No.) Can real people become superheroes? (Maybe.) And which is better: flight or invisibility? (Depends who you ask.) This is an updated version of a classic This American Life episode, with a special bonus featuring a new story from Snap Judgment.  [Photo credit: Flickr - Istolethetv]

LISTEN: Saturday, October 19 at Noon on WUSF 89.7
Arbors Jazz Festival Saturday Night Jazz with Bob Seymour
Spotlight on Arbors Jazz
This Sunday’s concert at The Palladium is a tribute to Mat Domber, who lived in the Tampa Bay area and was the founder of Arbors Records, known worldwide for its commitment to great jazz. Bob Seymour delves into the Arbors archives this weekend to play music by Chuck Redd and Nicki Parrott, band members in Sunday's concert and Dick Hyman, Bucky & John Pizzarelli and many more Arbors artists. more jazz...

LISTEN: Saturday, October 19 at 10:00 PM on WUSF 89.7
SymphonyCast - Youthful SchubertSymphonyCast
Youthful Schubert
It's possible that Schubert would be amazed — or at least surprised — that these days we're listening to his symphonies. He wrote his fourth when he was just 19, and while it's labeled "Tragic" it has a bounce and jauntiness that only a kid could create. Join us for some youthful Schubert this week as we feature a concert from the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. more classical music...

LISTEN: Sunday, October 20 at 6:00 PM on WSMR 89.1 and in Tampa at 103.9

Father Brown - Devil's DustFather Brown
The Devil's Dust
Fourteen-year-old Ruth Bennett is accused of contracting radiation sickness after visiting the atomic power station where her father works, and the villagers demand she leave the area before she contaminates them. The next day she has vanished. Father Brown discovers a love letter from Ruth to Michael Evans, the family doctor, and suspects he killed her to prevent her disclosing their relationship. more TV...

WATCH: Tuesday, October 22 at 8:00 PM on WUSF TV

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