Join us this Saturday for a special broadcast of the Southern Delaware Choral Society's performance of J.S. Bach's "Christmas Oratorio". This performance was recorded December 15th, 2013 at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes, Delaware.
This week, Harold Wilson sits down with members of the Community Players of Salisbury. In the second half, we hear a radio drama, "The Day Starts at Night", written exclusively for Delmarva Public Radio by Sonia Taitz, author of "The Watchmaker's Daughter".
NOTE: Due to a power outage, we were unable to broadcast this program on air. We plan to re-schedule it on a later date.
Native Americans are not always associated with the history of Washington, D.C.
Thousands of Native American leaders, diplomats and families visited the nation’s capital during the 19th and 20th centuries, however, leaving their mark on the city. Historian and author C. Joseph Genetin-Pilawa discusses one such history-maker as the inaugural speaker in Salisbury University’s Thomas E. Bellavance Honors Program Lecture Series.
Dr. Danielle Cumming (guitar instructor at Salisbury University) has an international resume, and multiple
events coming up this fall, as well as pre-planning the Spring Guitar Festival. She plays a bit for us, and talks with Kara Dahl Russell about her upcoming performances. A “tiny desk concert” from WSCL 89.5.
In celebration of the centenary (November 22) of Benjamin Britten - who said that music "has the beauty of loneliness and of pain: of strength and freedom" - WFMT presents a two hour documentary in which leading Britten authorities and performers, many who knew and worked with the composer, reflect on the inspirations behind his art and his communicative power as musician and man.
Travel with Rick Steves has won the prestigious Gold Medal Award for Best Travel Broadcast-Audio at this year's Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition.
The annual competition is sponsored by the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation. Winners of the awards, the most prestigious in the field of travel journalism, were announced Oct. 21 at the SATW convention, held this year in Biloxi, on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Tired of the same old Halloween tunes? Monster Mashed out? Need a hip soundtrack for your Halloween Party? Tune into WSDL's Retro Halloween Madness Spooktackular! Do the Frug with Frankenstein! Shimmy with a Mummy! Groove with a Ghoul!
Do you have a pet who supports Delmarva Public Radio just as much as you? Donate $50 (or more) to our fall membership drive "The Future is Now" and we'll send you an e-Town bandana while we still can! Take a picture of your cat, dog, or even horse wearing the bandana and post the picture to Delmarva Public Radio's Facebook page. We'll include your pet in our album, "Where's Your Bandana?" for all our followers to see!
We raised over $95,000 thanks to you! Thanks to all the volunteers, businesses, and everyone who pledged their support. Our Fall drive was a huge success.
Change is in the air here at Delmarva Public Radio. We have added some new programming and we will be moving to another location on SU's Campus this year. Join us in looking towards a bright future by participating in our Fall Drive.