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Live streaming of the Metropolitan Opera
Listen to the 2012 - 2013 season of the Metropolitan Opera Saturday Matinées, streamed by NPR member station WQED, Pittsburgh. (Once you open the page, click the "Now Playing" icon.) Check the Met's schedule for weekly listings and start times.
Brown v. Board of Education - Ending Public School Segregation
Walter Edgar's Journal - Friday at noon; repeats Sunday at 4:00 PM on our News stations
In 1949, Harry Briggs and 19 other families became the plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit filed by the NAACP against the Clarendon County School Board. Briggs v. Elliott became one of the cases consolidated by the Supreme Court into Brown v. Board of Education, the case in which the Court made its landmark ruling in 1954 to end segregation in public schools. Fifty years on from Brown v. Board, Dr. Jon N. Hale, of the College of Charleston, and Dr. Millicent E. Brown, of Claflin University, join Dr. Edgar to talk about the road to school desegregation and civil rights in South Carolina. More...
Song Travels with Michael Feinstein
Sundays at 2:00 PM on ETV Radio’s News stations, at 6:00 PM on our Classical stations
With her acclaimed debut solo album, 12 Stories, Country vocalist and songwriter Brandy Clark revitalizes the tradition of storytelling in country music with darkly humorous songs that speak from the experiences of a modern woman. Clark performs a set of her original songs including “Pray to Jesus” and “Take a Little Pill.” More...
We could do a million stories on the beauty of this state. From the rolling mountains of the Upstate to the beautiful seas of the Low Country. Our state is truly unique, but what really makes South Carolina sweet is its amazing people. The people are what make South Carolina original. More...
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