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Local film critic Mal Vincent reflects on the loss of Gene Wilder and recalls the time he once spent with him. In their conversation, Wilder shared what he called his "secret to success."

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Photo Credit: April Bennett

Afternoon Delights host Wayla Chambo never expected to work in radio, but she has found it to be a natural fit.

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Of all the great composers, Bruckner best illustrates a startling mismatch between the man and his music. On his birthday, Sunday, September 4, WHRO will explore some of his compositions.

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Ralph Stanley left behind a musical legacy that will likely never be equaled in the genre of bluegrass music. Tune in September 4, at 7 p.m., as WHRV pays tribute to him.

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Tune in on Friday, August 19, at noon when "Another View" will be on location at Fort Monroe in Hampton for the African Arrival Day Remembrance and Commemoration.

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Portraits of some of America’s most groundbreaking and unusual presidential candidates, who never won the White House.

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Invisibilia (Latin for invisible things) is about the invisible forces that control human behavior – ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions.

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A couple of years ago, Car Talk went into “best-of” mode, after the Magliozzi brothers decided to retire.

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