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Brahms and Tchaikovsky share a birthday this month. On May 7, we'll hear music from of these very different Romantic composers on WHRO FM. Join us on Friday!

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The stylistic changes Manchester Orchestra have gone through since their beginning is the very definition of a band evolving and their newest “The Million Masks of God” is their most audacious and brilliant yet.

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For 25 years Cathy Lewis has hosted the popular public affairs program HearSay on WHRV FM. In that time, she has interviewed political candidates, governors, civic leaders, business owners and even former President Barack Obama. The beloved radio host recently announced she will be leaving the program at the end of this month to pursue other endeavors.

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Join the Sandman for a 44-year journey to the year 1977, and hear forgotten songs. Tune in to Lost in the Shuffle on Friday at 10 p.m. 

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WHRO Public Media has filed a license transfer agreement with the FCC to own and operate WFOS FM, previously owned and operated by Chesapeake Public Schools. The license transfer agreement is pending approval.

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Rebecca Weinstein spoke with CAN president and co-founder, Asa Jackson, about the importance of collaboration in the arts, and CAN's upcoming think tank for artists.

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WHRV jazz host Jae Sinnett was on location this weekend to cook with Executive Chef Robert Patton, head of Old Dominion University's culinary program. Watch the episode to see what delicious recipes they prepared and learn some home cooking tips.  

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On this week’s Acoustic Highway, hear international, national, and local artists including Swiss indie musician Jose Gonzales, British artist John Smith along with regional artists Richard Spano, Madison Warner and Jim Bulleit. 

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