Pennsylvania PBS Station Podcasts
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What (if anything) makes us—Homo sapiens—superior to (or at least distinct from) our close cousins, those happenin’ haplorrhine primates? WQLN’s premier podcast Better than Monkeys posits that it’s our forays into the arts and sciences that make us, well . . . human.
Where classical music crosses paths with rock and roll, world music, folk music and jazz.
Did you miss a recent live broadcast? Or do you just want to hear it again? Relive recent WQED-FM live broadcasts on the Encore podcast page. Stream full length broadcasts by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and others.
Jim Cunningham reports from the PSO’s domestic and international tours.
A complete two hour concert hosted by Jim Cunningham. Listen for interviews and features, historic recordings and the latest weekly concerts from Heinz Hall.
In the “American Tapestry: We Tell Ourselves Stories”, Andrew Roth explores the post-1968 shattering of the American story by asking “What is the ‘story of America’?
Conductors, soloists and composers involved in making great Pittsburgh Symphony performances talk about their music.
Insights and anecdotes from musicians, dancers, artists, actors and directors, as well as audience response.
Tell us the personal philosophy and core values that guide your daily life, and hear stories from others.
The Education Team at WQED has created a fun interactive podcast series featuring our very own Writers Contest story winners. Kids of all ages read their stories to YOU!
Pennsylvania has one of the highest opioid overdose death rates in the nation. Every day, thousands of Pennsylvanians—mothers, and fathers, children, neighbors—struggle to overcome addiction.
Welcome to Overcoming an Epidemic: Opioids in Pennsylvania, a podcast series from WPSU Penn State.
Go on an adventure into unexpected corners of the health and science world each week with award-winning host Maiken Scott.
Garden Guru, public radio host and former Organic Gardening Editor-in-Chief Mike McGrath tackles your toughest garden, lawn and pest problems every week.
The Democracy Works podcast seeks to answer that question by examining a different aspect of democratic life each week — from voting to criminal justice to the free press and everything in between.
In order to paint a holistic picture of the plight, hopes, and dreams of Erie, NEXT seeks to spotlight and analyze issues that affect inner city Erie from the perspective of its next generation of voices – voices of those who are taking the lead on various aspects of the community.
Penn State is a national leader in university research and receives over $900 million in funding annually. Producers Beth Bamford and Cole Cullen sit down with researchers to discuss what they are studying, and why it matters to the people listening and the impact in their communities.
Smart Talk offers lively and thoughtful conversation on a wide range of issues and ideas relevant to central Pennsylvanians.
Listen to conversations about issues that matter, interviews with central Pennsylvania newsmakers.
The We Question & Learn interview program heard Sundays at 4 p.m., monthly, on WQLN Radio 91.3 FM is dedicated to being a community interest program devoting an entire hour to interviews with Erie’s prominent leaders, business people, and educators, focusing in on business and technology.