DPR Programming Notes

Podcasts...for Kids?

Nov 28, 2017

Chances are, your children are spending too much time looking at smartphones  these days. Why not give them something...smart to listen to?  Here are a few family friendly podcasts your children will love (and you won't mind hearing, either).

Wow in the World is a podcast and a new way for families to connect, look up and discover the wonders in the world around them.

Today is the National Day of Giving, or Giving Tuesday. The date, which was established in 2012, falls on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.

This year, Delmarva Public Radio is joining forces with the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) on an all-local online giving campaign called, “THE SHORE GIVES MORE”.

The campaign is an opportunity to localize your Giving Tuesday donation by gathering all of your favorite Delmarva nonprofit organizations on one online giving platform, www.shoregivesmore.org.

Music to keep you company while the turkey cooks...

Thanksgiving with Cantus at 11AM on WSCL 89.5 FM

Join Alison Young and premier men's vocal ensemble Cantus for a conversation about Thanksgiving music and food, and sitting down with those we love and to celebrate the blessings in our lives.

Giving Thanks with John Birge - Noon-2PM on WSCL 89.5 FM

A few changes to our lineup begin this weekend.

Vintage Country with Tom Pittman moves to Saturday Nights at 8PM following Mountain Stage on WSDL, 90.7 FM.

Selected Shorts Moves to Sunday evenings at 10PM on WSCL, 89.5 FM.

Join us this Thursday, June, 26th  at 7PM for the DPR debut of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. As Asia’s oldest orchestra, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra brought Western classical music to China. Today, it remains a world-class orchestra which attracts internationally renowned artists while it still retains its Chinese essence: the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra is a beacon of culture and arts for the city of Shanghai.

SHANGHAI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Broadcast Schedule — Winter 2017

Delmarva Public Radio accepted  7 awards from the Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters Association during the Annual CAPBA Awards Banquet.

Outstanding Spot News Reporting - “Donald Trump on the Eastern Shore” – Don Rush

Outstanding Use of Sound – “Beat the Heat” - Don Rush

Join us Wednesday, Thursday and Friday May 24th-26 at noon on WSCL 89.5 as we present broadcast highlights from the 31st Chesapeake Music Festival from Easton, Maryland.

You'll hear works by Mozart and Beethoven along with 21st century works all performed by world class musicians in a local setting.

That’s Wednesday through Friday  May 24-26th at Noon on WSCL, 89.5 FM.

Two new programs are coming to WSCL 89.5's classical music lineup.

Starting Wednesday, March 29th, the Deutsche Welle Festival Concerts will be replaced by the new season of concerts from the San Francisco Symphony.

On Thursday, April 30th, Carnegie Hall Live replaces the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.

Both series run 13 weeks.

SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY

Broadcast Schedule — Spring 2017

PROGRAM #:        SFS 17-01

RELEASE:                          March 27, 2017

 

CONDUCTOR:        Michael Tilson Thomas

 

 

Delmarva Public Radio Garners Support for March Fundraiser

 

A Mid-Shore family with deep regional roots and an historic tie to its arts community has announced its support for Delmarva Public Radio (DPR) with a significant gift to be used as an incentive for listeners throughout the area to pledge their support to Delmarva Peninsula’s flagship public radio services.

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