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  • Book early to lock in special pricing!As Shreveport’s own Maestro and General Manager of Red River Radio, Kermit Poling has been orchestrating things for a very long time. Now, he is orchestrating an experience of Southern Charm with the travel experts of Collette Vacations and Expedia Cruises™.Travel dates are November 13-November 19, 2022. Space is limited. Come along on this amazing adventure and help support Red River Radio at the same time. Click the photo to learn all the details!
  • In this episode of Conserving Earth, host Laura-Ashley Overdyke hosts a discussion of endangered species, including species in our region.
  • An episode of About Faith discussing issues of Freedom as it relates to different faiths. Marci Howard (Christian)Ashish Modi (Hindu)Daniel Johnson (Baptist) - he is in the air force studying to be a chaplain. Susan Caldwell (Unitarian Universalist)Rabbi Dr. Jana L. De Benedetti (Jewish)Airs Sunday, July 3, 2022 at 1 pm.
  • What's Bugging You with Dr. Beverly Burden, discussing the world of insects and nature and taking questions from callers live. Airs 6/28/22 at 6 pm.
  • Cliff Shackelford hosts an episode featuring your phone calls and highlighting the House Sparrow. Cliff's special guest is Christie Chapman from WERLA.
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Michael Butterman and classical guitarist Jason Vieaux join Kermit Poling for a conversation about the coming SSO concert featuring music of Rodrigo and Strauss.
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  • In air conditioned Prather Coliseum on the NSU campus in Natchitoches. Children 12 and under free. Folk foods, hall of traditional crafts, three stages of music, and the Louisiana State Fiddle Championship.

    Headliners: Amanda Shaw and the Cute Guys, Geno Delafose and French Rockin' Boogie, The Rising Dragon Lion Dance Team, Yvette Landry, The Louisiana Czech Heritage Dancers
  • Join us for an evening of love, hope, and affirmation of LGBTQ lives through uplifting scripture, pop music, and stories shared by gay and trans Christians. People of all faiths — or none at all — are welcome.
  • CPP presents “The Melville Boys” July 14-24!

    City Park Players is happy to bring Norm Foster’s touching dramedy "The Melville Boys" to Hearn Stage July 14-24. Directed by Alana Pate, "The Melville Boys" is a witty, thought-provoking exploration of the strengths and failings of human relationships.

    ABOUT THE PLAY: A relaxing weekend trip full of fishing and beer is on the agenda for the Melville brothers…So is confronting eldest brother Lee’s terminal illness. In this modern classic, Norm Foster offers a tender story about brotherhood and the unexpected. More info at cpptheatre.com.
  • Join us over lunch June 24 at 11:30 am to talk about social media's impact on racism in our communities. This is a one-time, structured conversation similar in style to a session of the Dialogue on Race series, so it's a great opportunity to have an important conversation as you check out the possibility of signing up for the series if you haven't gone through it before. Catering will be provided with a $5 donation to offset the cost of food. RSVP today. See our Facebook event page here:
    https://fb.me/e/1fSJkp1mU
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The Vehicle Donation Program provides Vehicle Donation Services to Public Radio stations across the country. This is a great way to support this station…
This video takes you into the studio with Cliff Shackelford and also through the world of birds that we cover on Bird Calls, which airs the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. Please join us and call-in with your questions at 800-552-8502