Join us this Sunday at 6PM for a fun new addition to our Sunday "Family Night" programming. Your Children will love it...and you will, too!
Boombox Classsroom is a series of curriculum-based music lessons for kids in grades K-5 based on the national standards for Music Education. We have more than 200 artists on the shows each year, performing live — both world and classical music. We celebrate diversity and promote appreciation of other cultures.
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.