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  • PolitiFact's Lie Of The Year

    It's that time of the year again for PolitiFact's Lie of the Year. And this year's whopper goes to... drum roll please... President Donald Trump.

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  • Holiday Programming

    Don't miss the great Holiday specials coming to you from WUSF 89.7 and Classical WSMR 89.1 & 103.9.

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  • Give the Gift of Music

    We need your help to bring the joy and inspiration of classical music to more people. Classical WSMR is raising funds to enable us to expand our broadcast signal beyond Sarasota and Tampa.

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  • Evening Masterwork: Johannes Brahms

    It took Brahms 20 years to finally face composing his first symphony in the wake of the gifted Beethoven. The result is his Symphony No. 1. Our Evening Masterwork, tonight at 7:00 PM on Classical... more...

     
  • All Night Jazz: Ports of Call

    Mike Cornette will sail to some famous Ports of Call on our Jazz Trip @ Ten plus more songs featuring our focus artist of the week, the late bassist, Bob Cranshaw. The adventure begins tonight at... more...

     

WUSF News

Voters around Plant City will go to the polls Tuesday to elect a new state House representative. The special election for State House District 58 is being held to replace Republican Dan Raulerson, who stepped down for medical reasons.

Florida Matters

Florida Matters: Telling Tampa Bay Stories – Progress Village Part 1
Progress Village was Tampa's first affordable housing suburb, and this week on Florida Matters we'll hear its story. WUSF launched an ongoing series in 2015 called Telling Tampa Bay Stories that highlights neighborhoods in the... more...

Classical WSMR

Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in c Op. 68
Program: Evening Masterwork
Brahms notoriously put off composing his symphonies and string quartets, offering the excuse “You can’t have any idea what it’s like always to hear such a giant marching behind you.” That giant was Beethoven, who died six years before Brahms was born, but had a powerful impact nonetheless. It took Brahms 20 years to finally face that giant, and the result is his Symphony No. 1. more...

University Beat

A young gopher tortoise is a little camera-shy on the USF Sarasota-Manatee campus. (courtesy Edie J. Banner)
A researcher and students at the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee don’t have to go far to observe gopher tortoises in the wild – they walk out the front door and visit the animals right on campus! The group is mapping tortoise burrows, identifying the plants they eat and trying to... more...

All Night Jazz

All Night Jazz: Mike Cornette - Chick Corea’s “Captain Marvel”
Program: All Night Jazz
On All Night Jazz, the “Other Nine to Five,” Mike Cornette will visit the Captain’s Quarters on the Jazz Trip@Ten including Chick Corea’s “Captain Marvel” featuring the flute of Joe Farrell, on the anniversary of his birth. Plus more songs featuring our focus artist of the week, the late bassist, Bob Cranshaw. Then later, on the Midnight Standard, we’ll hear another version of Miles Davis’ “All...more...

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