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Important Message to our TV Viewers about New Broadcast Frequency: On July 3, 2020, WHRO will transition to a new broadcast frequency as part of an FCC-mandated change. Learn more

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The play has been described by The New Yorker as “Sesame Street meets the Exorcist.”

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Local musician Wyatt Baldwin stops by Acoustic Highway this Sunday to visit with host Barry Graham. Tune in on WHRV FM at 9 p.m.

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Every decade has songs that are cherished and remembered, but what about the songs that aren’t? WHRV Host Jeff Sandner is giving those songs the attention they deserve with his program Lost in the Shuffle.

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Mal heads to Vienna, Virginia, this summer to see what's on the schedule at Wolf Trap. Find out who will be appearing at the popular venue.

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The final song on The Record Compamy’s new album “All of This Life” is called “I'm Changing” but fans of the band’s Grammy nominated debut need not worry they are still rockin’ the blues like no other band today.

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This week in Mal’s World, entertainment critic Mal Vincent looks back on his favorite films of the year to date, including some that may hear their names called come award season.

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Research shows that African American men are more likely to suffer from anxiety, PTSD and depression than other men yet are less likely to seek help. Join us today on Another View as we kick off a month of coverage dedicated to mental health and mental illness.

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On April 29, the Metropolitan Opera house held their annual National Council Grand Finals Concert. No need for a time machine, we will broadcast the recording of the live concert on Saturday, June 23 at 1 p.m.

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