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July 4, 2015
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Classical Music


4:06
Mark O'Connor: Americana Symphony "Variations on Appalachia Waltz" (Baltimore Symphony Orchestra)


4:40
Victor Herbert: The Red Mill: Selections (Eastman-Dryden Orchestra)


4:51
Samuel Ward/Katharine Bates: America the Beautiful (Dallas Wind Symphony)



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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.

6:00
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.

7:00
Living On Earth®

Steve Curwood hosts NPR's weekly environmental news and information program, offering features, interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues.

8:00
Weekend Edition®



What’s Playing Now?

Classical Music


4:06
Mark O'Connor: Americana Symphony "Variations on Appalachia Waltz" (Baltimore Symphony Orchestra)


4:40
Victor Herbert: The Red Mill: Selections (Eastman-Dryden Orchestra)


4:51
Samuel Ward/Katharine Bates: America the Beautiful (Dallas Wind Symphony)



Also Playing Now:

 WKSU On Air:
Classical Music
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BBC World Service



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5:00
Classical Music with Ward Jacobson



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Classical Music with Lynne Warfel



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Classical Music with Mindy Ratner



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Classical Music with Bob Chrstiansen



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KSU holds nearly two dozen May 4th memorial events
Vigils, walking tours, dedications held
Thousands are gathering on the Kent State University campus to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the May 4th shootings. Nearly two dozen events have been planned including vigils and a dedication of the campus site's recent listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Professor Jerry Lewis is giving walking tours of the area where the national guardsmen fired, killing four students and injuring nine others.




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