LOCAL EVENTS, INTERVIEWS, & GREAT MUSIC VARIETY
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We are here 24 hours a day with the best local events coverage on radio! Pop Hits and new releases to Classic Rock, and even Local bands. Saturday Night Oldies and Sunday night Classic Jazz and Indie and outstanding Classical Music through the night.
Overnight, enjoy fine concert music nonstop with live hosts from “The Classical Station. ” Then start your day the Classical Way with “Classical Sunrise” from the Florida Orchestra with host Joe Goetz every morning 5-8am!
Stay up to date with World News from the Voice of America and local weather and traffic reports. Garrison Keillor’s “Writer’s Almanac” each morning at 8:10am (10:10am Sundays) with News and information at lunchtime and at 5pm weekdays.
Frequent live events coverage too through the week from all over Tampa Bay.
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12 Midnight-5am Classical Music Through The Night from "The Classical Station."
5-8:05 am "Classical Sunrise" from the Florida Orchestra....
Produced and hosted by veteran classical music broadcaster Joe Goetz and drawing upon Indiana University Public Radio WFIU's collection of more than 70,000 pieces of classical music, ...
8:05 am RadioStPete Morning News and Feature Programming
VOA World News, Tampa Bay Weather and Traffic
Today's Tampa Bay Event Calender
Find out where your favorite local bands are playing tonight from Gotonight.com
"Writer's Almanac" with Garrison Keillor
"Data Doctors" Tech Tips
"This Day in Blues History" with pioneering podcaster P.W. Fenton
"Market Mafia" with Tara and Bulls Radio "USF Football Preview" Fridays!
Conversations with local people from St. Pete Catalyst.com
9am Feature Story News from Capitals Around the Globe
12 Noon "Lunchtime News and Conversations!"
Mon 12:15pm "SPx Podcast" from The St. Petersburg Group; w/ Pulitzer Prize winner Gilbert King
Reflections on American Life: Pulitzer Prize winner Gilbert King talks criminal justice, long-forgotten history and the craft of non-fiction
On this episode of SPx, author Gilbert King joins Joe in the studio to share new insights from his book, Beneath A Ruthless Sun, and its connections to his Pulitzer Prize-winning second book, The Devil In The Grove. King shares the true story of the brutal man involved in both cases, Sheriff Willis McCall, and how King dug up long-forgotten/buried history through research and interviews. King talks about the craft of non-fiction writing, and how his stories grow from the simple premise of a crime to reflections on criminal justice and America itself.
t Pete X features business and civic leaders in St. Petersburg Florida who share their insight, expertise and love of our special city. An initiative of the St. Petersburg Group, St Pete X strives to connect and elevate the city by sharing the voices of its citizens, and to bring awareness to the opportunities offered by the great St. Petersburg renaissance. #spg #spx #stpetecatalyst
Mon; 1:15pm "The Caregivers" w/ Lon Kieffer. Lon's guest this week is Pamela Renee Whitmore Urnowey (PRO-PER Caregiver, Home Health)
Pam is the kind of gal… little girl, that at the age of 9 started as a volunteer visiting nursing homes with her church youth group; would later see her grandmother move into that same nursing home and then she herself would pursue a multi-dimensional career in business offices, business development and general operations and management all with health-care and Caring organizations. She is now the Director of Business and Resource Management with Home Instead Senior Care in Annapolis, a mother of three boys and grandmother of 4 (or 5?) grandchildren but most of all… she is a Caregiver.
5pm "Drivetime" World News, Weather, Traffic and Features
4pm "Music Tampa Bay" with Rick Crandall
Our daily live simulcast with 96.7 FM in downtown St. Pete. "Music Tampa Bay" is all original music & all local musicians at MTB.FM. Live from "The Zoo Studios" downtown St. Pete.
10:10pm "The Homemade Broadcast" with Will Kuncz
The Homemade Broadcast this week: A Pasco man calls the cops on his roommate for stealing some of his weed, Florida proposes a bill allowing students to take a mental health day, XFL draft results, Columbus Day controversy & more. Get in touch with the show and leave a voice or text message at: (813) 693-2124 & visit HMBradio.com. The #HMB is brought to you by: NTTFitness.com, TruvySalon
Tuesday 1pm "Peter's Proffer" w/ Clearwater Attorney Peter Tragos; This week: Florida's Concealed Weapons Licenses
Tune into this week’s episode of Peter’s Proffer to learn about Florida’s carry concealed permit program, including what a concealed weapons license is, how to obtain one, what classes you need to take, what the application process is like, what makes you eligible, what the rules are and more.
LIVE Wed 12:00 Noon; Suncoast Tiger Bay Club Luncheon Speaker: Author Peter Kageyama. Live from St. Pete Yacht Club
How do we engage with our city not on a physical level, but an emotional one? What makes a city more equitable? How do we update our infrastructure while considering the emotional consequences of shared spaces? How can parks, piers, dog parks and libraries build social capital and strengthen social bonds?
Peter will address these questions and more at Tiger Bay on October 23rd. Kageyama’s new book, The Emotional Infrastructure of Places is the third in a trilogy that includes For the Love of Cities: The Love Affair Between People and Their Places (recognized by Planetizen in 2012 as a Top 10 Book in urban planning, design and development) and Love Where You Live: Creating Emotionally Engaging Places.
In it, Kageyama writes about many local examples including The St. Pete Pier and archetypal co-creator Bob Devin Jones. He explores the importance of love and emotional engagement with our places and the ecosystem that “co-creators” – people who love their communities – inhabit, and how supporting them and their work can engender connected, emotionally engaged, and thriving places.
Sunday Mornings on RadioStPete!
12 Mid-5am ET "Classical Music through the Night" from "The Classical Station." Live in studio hosts and great concert music nonstop from Raleigh, NC on RadioStPete seven early mornings a week.
5am Classical Sunrise" from The Florida Orchestra
7am "Harmonia" Early Music Hour from Indiana Public Radio.
Today’s performers bring to life the music of the past on Harmonia—a weekly, one-hour radio program that explores music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, and beyond. Join host Angela Mariani each week for an hour of exciting recordings, interviews, live excerpts, and commentary as she invites us to fire up our historical imaginations and spend an hour in the contemporary world of early music.
8am "With Heart and Voice" WXXI Public Radio Network
With Heart and Voice ® is a weekly program of sacred choral and organ music that features recordings from around the world. Exploring the ever-growing treasury of works for life's spiritual side, its seasons and celebrations, With Heart and Voice presents choral and organ music of many faiths, cultures and nationalities, and over a thousand years of celebration. Hosted by Peter DuBois, the program celebrates the seasons of the liturgical year and focuses on the richness and beauty of sacred music.
9:05qm "Sing For Joy"
The Sing For Joy radio program, produced by St. Olaf College, has a simple mission: to explore the weekly themes of Christian worship by providing the best in sacred choral music and thoughtful commentary. The musical performances eloquently "do the talking," while the concise remarks from host Pastor Bruce Benson illuminate the meaning of the texts.
A defining trait of Sing For Joy is basing each week's music on the scriptural lessons specified in the Revised Common Lectionary. This three-year cycle of readings has become the basis for worship in the services that a majority of the worshiping faithful in America attend.
9:35am "Music and The Spoken Word" Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square
For more than eight decades, nearly the lifetime of radio, The Tabernacle Choir has presented a weekly program — Music and the Spoken Word — without interruption, giving voice to peace, hope, inspiration and the goodness of God. No other broadcast can claim such a heritage.
10:05am "Writer's Almanac" Garrison Keillor
"Issues in The News"
Washington journalists from print, wire services, and broadcast media discuss the top news stories of the week. Drawing on their contacts and sources at the White House, Capitol Hill and elsewhere, our panel of journalists provide unique insights and analysis.
Join host Carol Castiel each week as she and two advocates from the world of politics, culture, public policy, or academia debate and discuss a critical issue in the news. This program brings depth, perspective, and insight to the world around us. Issues that affect our lives.
"Press Conference USA"
Join host Carol Castiel for this 30-minute weekly newsmaker program that provides listeners around the globe with information and insights on a wide range of topics spanning U.S. politics, foreign policy, global health, science and culture.
11:40am "VOA Asia"
VOA Asia presents the best and most interesting stories from our veteran reporters covering Asia. VOA Asia tells what U.S.-Asian relationships might mean in your daily life, and what Asians think about life in the United States.
12:05pm VOA World News, Sunday Local Events and Music on Stage.
12:20pm "Cinema Clash" with Charlie Juhl and Hannah Buchdahl"
Maryland-based critics Charlie Juhl and Hannah Buchdahl debate the merits of new releases, from the mainstream movies that Hannah tends to favor, to obscure foreign films that Charlie likes to champion. It’s free-flowing, unedited conversation, with the occasional wine wager. Two very different perspectives. One entertaining podcast. Let the clash begin!