- On Air Program Guide
- A Blue View
- Brain Talk
- Cellar Notes
- Choral Arts Classics
- The Environment in Focus
- Gil Sandler’s Baltimore Stories
- Humanities Connection
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- Midday with Dan Rodricks
- The Morning Economic Report
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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
A look at the candidates’ positions on residency requirements–and incentives — for city employees to live in Baltimore.
Fast food restaurants are offering more healthy options. But are people choosing them — and is it making a difference in terms of our health?
The USPS is considering closing 42 Maryland post offices, many of them rural. We speak with a resident of Still Pond in Kent County, which has been without a post office since a fire last September.
A look at a new mobile app being used by the Baltimore police.
Tom Hall talks with Author Eric Goodman.
A review of the musical “Unraveled on the Gravel”–playing in Baltimore, but set on the Jersey Shore.
We take a look at the Maryland Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan. Allen’s Family Foods, a 92-year-old poultry business based in Delaware, declared bankruptcy in June, and was purchased by Harim Group, a poultry company based in Korea. We talk with a grower who worked with Allen’s about what that might mean. Tom talks with the editor and one of the contributors to Music at the Crossroads: Lives and Legacies of Baltimore Jazz. What are the benefits of providing low income housing specifically for artists?
How Baltimore's mayoral candidates plan to deal with crime. The latest novel from Michael Kimball. And -- how can news aggregation sites be helpful?
A look at the mayoral candidates’ proposals for handling education issues in Baltimore.
Emmitsburg writer Ann Hall Marshall on her debut novel, which she self-published at age 89.
Mike Subelsky on starting tech startups.We’ll hear from a regional Verizon spokesperson and the president of a CWA local about the strike that has 4,000 Marylanders on the picket line.
How will the free state fare in the face of federal cuts?
Google+ lets you separate your social contacts into separate circles. Is it social media heaven or social media hell? Sheilah asks our social media gurus, Nathan Jurgenson and P.J. Rey.
Tom Hall talks with the writer Dudley Clendinen about the strong emotions that ALS is causing him, and with the nurse-practitioner Lora Clawson about how to orchestrate the end of life.
Monthly movie review.
Baltimore mayoral candidates and community leaders talk about summer jobs for city youth.
A new study from Johns Hopkins on perspective, social skills and spatial abilities.
Where should the city spend money–and where should it cut back? We take a look at mayoral candidates’ positions.
Former City Paper writer Tom Scocca on his debut non-fiction book, “Beijing Welcomes You: Unveiling the Capital City of the Future.”