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Ken Burns doesn't work alone. HIs son-in-law David McMahon co-wrote, co-directed, and co-produced "Muhammad Ali." 

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Photo: Carrie Newcomer's new album 'Until Now'

Hear new music from Carrie Newcomer this week on The Acoustic Highway. Local fans might remember her performance here a few years back with Tidewater Friends of Acoustic Music. Enjoy more from her on Sunday at 9 p.m. 

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This week we hear from co-producer Harold Smith as he reads from his recently published memoir A Reflection over Seven Decades of Bluegrass Music and recounts his years performing with the legendary regional band East Virginia and his conversations with many of the greats of the genre. Join us Sunday at 7 p.m. 

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Schools around the country are struggling to find enough teachers, and enrollment in teacher training programs at colleges and universities is plummeting. Join us on WHRV FM at 1 p.m. today for the educational special "Who Wants To Be A Teacher?"

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Hunter at Sunrise is a Sunday morning show on WHRV’s HD-2 Channel hosted by long-time radio vet Hunter Hughes. Each week he features a live music performance and he has compiled a double album of those in-studio appearances on “Sunrise Sessions Volume 2: The Pandemic Recordings.”

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On this week's episode we're delving deep into our bluegrass library this week with some classic recordings. We'll hear selections from JD Crowe and The New South, The Grass Cats, Ronnie Bowman and more. Join us Sunday at 7 p.m. 

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Join us Sunday night when guest host Scott McGraw returns with a variety of acoustic artists and tunes. We'll hear from Tom Petty, James Otto, Dolly Parton and more! 

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Imagine Dragons new album “Mercury: Act 1” finds the band tackling more serious issues than their previous four releases, their trademark bombastic sound is more subdued but no less powerful.

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