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July 25, 2014
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Q with Jian Ghomeshi


"Q" is Canada's liveliest arts, culture and entertainment magazine. It's a smart and surprising tour through personalities and cultural issues that matter.



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Classical Music with Mindy Ratner



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8:00
Classical Music with Mark Pennell

Join WKSU’s Mark Pennell for the best in classical music.



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12:00
Classical Music



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To The Best of Our Knowledge

To the Best of Our Knowledge is an audio magazine of ideas -- two hours of smart, entertaining radio for people with curious minds addressing topics accross the spectrum of life today.

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Inside Europe

Inside Europe provides listeners with the latest developments in Europe as a network of staff and freelance correspondents look beyond the headlines to provide analysis, background and color to make the European story relevant for American listeners.

What’s On Now?

Q with Jian Ghomeshi


"Q" is Canada's liveliest arts, culture and entertainment magazine. It's a smart and surprising tour through personalities and cultural issues that matter.



Also Playing Now:

 WKSU On Air:
Q with Jian Ghomeshi
 WKSU Classical:
Classical Music with Mindy Ratner



Later Today On WKSU's News Channel

8:00
To The Point

Hosted by award-winning journalist Warren Olney, To the Point presents informative and thought-provoking discussion of major news stories -- front-page issues that attract a savvy and serious news audience.

9:00
Tell Me More



10:00
As It Happens



11:00
BBC World Service

For over 70 years, BBC World Service has been the globe's most comprehensive source for news. When news breaks -- anywhere, anytime -- BBC is there.

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Classical Music
With Mindy Ratner

7:01
Easley Blackwood: Nocturne (Easley Blackwood, piano/synthesizer)


7:06
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Cleveland Orchestra)


7:24
Leo Delibes: Lakme: Flower Duet (Philharmonia Orchestra)


7:29
Peter Warlock: Capriol Suite (Bournemouth Sinfonietta)



Also Playing Now:

 WKSU On Air:
Q with Jian Ghomeshi
 WKSU News:
Q with Jian Ghomeshi



Later Today On WKSU's Classical Channel

8:00
Classical Music with Mark Pennell

Join WKSU’s Mark Pennell for the best in classical music.



Saturday On WKSU Classical

12:00
Classical Music



5:00
Classical Music with Ward Jacobson



7:00
Classical Music with Lynne Warfel



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Jayne Eiben
WKSU News Commentator

Jayne Eiben is a writer living in Shaker Heights.


Bedside Manner

The health care community is scrambling to address the rising costs of medical malpractice, and medical schools say one improvement can be found in the way doctors are trained.

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Bulldogs on the Cuyahoga

A group of Yale alumni is trying to fight the brain drain in northeast Ohio by recruiting interns from that university and introducing them to Cleveland.

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Catholics

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops have made some changes to the catholic mass, including when to kneel and when to sing, but aren’t addressing the real problems in the church.

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Crile Interview

A recent history of U.S. involvement in Afghanistan provides a cautionary tale about the use of U.S. force overseas, and what can happen when America helps and then ignores a region.

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Flashes of Hope

A benefit was held in Cleveland for “Flashes of Hope”—the organization captures photographs of children and families, during what can be a difficult time.

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Hormone Replacement Therapy

The massive Women’s Health Initiative study was stopped three years early, after researchers concluded that hormone replacement therapy increased rates of breast cancer, heart disease and stroke in the women being studied.

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Judge Toler Profile

The difference in a child’s life can often boil down to the influence of one person. One school system believes it may have found just the person for its students.

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Diana Munz Profile

The Summer Olympics will be held in Athens next year, and Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist Diana Munz is hard at work preparing for a second attempt at gold.

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War

As the United States moves closer to a probable war with Iraq, protests and resolutions opposing military action are increasing. Commentator Jayne Eiben says you wouldn’t know that from the news coverage.

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Why I’m Voting For Hagan

With just over a week before election day, commentator Jayne Eiben says she has decided who to vote for in Ohio’s gubernatorial contest...

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