Florida Matters: Media Consumption 6:30pm – 7pm

Media Consumption: Taped live before the Leadership Tampa 2016 class, panelists Wayne Garcia, USF journalism professor, and Chris Wilkerson, Tampa Bay Business Journal Special Projects Director, discuss how people are consuming news – and how that news is being gathered.

Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz 8pm – 9pm

From the Piano Jazz archives, this 2006 special features host Marian McPartland looking back at some favorite Christmas and holiday songs performed on the show throughout the years. Melissa Walker sings “The Moon on Christmas Eve,” written by Kathryn Williams and Vana Gerig, who stop by to talk about the song’s genesis. Pianist Cleo Brown evokes the style of Duke Ellington as she plays the traditional Christmas hymn “Silent Night.”

Hanukkah Lights 2015 3pm – 4pm

Hanukkah Lights features stories perfect for the holiday --- and memoirs written by Kathryn Blume, Leah Lax, Eric Kimmel, Isaac Bashevis Singer, and Jonathan Safran Foer – all read by NPR’s Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz.

Caroling with The Singers 5pm – 6pm

It’s a Christmas Carol sing-along! Led by the Minneapolis based ensemble, The Singers, you can join-in on all your Christmas favorites wherever you may be - at home, at work (if you can get away with it), in cars, at a party!

Karl Haas – The Story of the Bells 4pm – 5pm

Step back in time just a bit with us for an encore of Karl Haas’ Story of the Bells. Karl Haas, the Radio Hall of Fame’s only “classical music” inductee, hosts this all-time holiday favorite.

A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols – LIVE! 6pm - 8pm

Don’t miss this annual live concert from the chapel of King’s College in Cambridge, England. Hosted by Michael Barone, this is a live music and spoken-word broadcast featuring the 30-voice King's College Choir performing the legendary Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols service of Biblical readings and music.

Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir 2pm – 3pm

It’s a special treat! Join the world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir, accompanied by the Orchestra at Temple Square, for their annual Christmas concert.

Christmas with the King’s Singers 10am – 11am

It’s an a cappella Christmas from England with the King’s Singers, one of the world’s most celebrated vocal ensembles. In an exclusive New York appearance recorded at The Greene Space, this male sextet — consummate entertainers with a delightfully British wit — perform timeless carols, Christmas classics and new arrangements in their impeccable vocal blend.

An Anonymous 4 Christmas 1pm – 2pm

For Christmas, the legendary Anonymous 4 sings medieval music from England, France and Spain that praises the Virgin Mary. Anglo-American ballads such as the Cherry Tree Carol and A Virgin Unspotted add a homespun seasonal touch.

Light and Gold: the Music of Eric Whitacre 1pm – 2pm

Don’t miss this special presentation of one of American’s most popular composers today, Eric Whitacre. His choral works are beloved by choirs throughout the world and are featured in this hour-long, holiday treat.