|Antiques Roadshow (New Season)
Boise, Hour One
Antiques Roadshow kicks off season 18 with a treasure-filled visit to Boise, Idaho! During Roadshow's first-ever trip to Idaho, host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Peter J. Shemonsky take a trip to the Egyptian Theatre to look at dazzling Egyptian Revival jewelry. Highlights include a first edition of the Book of Mormon that has been passed down through a family since 1833.
WATCH: Friday, January 17 at 8:00 PM on WUSF TV
| Saturday Night Jazz with Bob Seymour
Up for the Grammy: Chuck Owen's River Runs
The Grammy Awards are coming up and we’re happy to see two nominations for USF’s Chuck Owen. His concerto, River Runs, is written for saxophone and guitar, with the big band Jazz Surge and symphony orchestra. The piece depicts various rivers and rapids, and two movements were chosen in the composition and arranging categories. We’ll hear those sections of the concerto, along with Chuck Owen’s commentary.
LISTEN: Saturday, January 18 at 10:00 PM on WUSF 89.7
Live at the Sarasota Performance and Broadcast Studio
Pianist Jeffrey Siegel
Acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Siegel is back in town this Tuesday for another Keyboard Conversation called Bach and the Romantics. But before he hits the stage, he’s
going to stop by our Sarasota Performance and Broadcast Studio to give us a preview
of his concert.
LISTEN: Tuesday, January 21 at 10:00 AM on WSMR 89.1 & 103.9
| NPR Special Series
Northern Great Plains Oil Rush
As it turns out, once sleepy Great Plains towns sit on one of the world's largest oil deposits and a boom is well underway. North Dakota now has the nation's lowest unemployment rate and oil related industries employ 60,000 workers with an average salary of well over $100,000. NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered examine the effects of the oil fields in the Great Plains.
LISTEN BEGINNING: Wednesday, January 22 at 5:00 AM on WUSF 89.7