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Monday-Friday from noon-1:00, Tom Hall's talking about what's on your mind, and what matters most to Marylander's: the latest news, local and national politics, education and the environment, popular culture and the arts, sports and science, race and religion, movies and medicine. We welcome your questions and comments. E-mail us at midday@wypr.org.
 
Maryland Morning finds the most intelligent and intriguing voices behind the headlines. From the Atlantic to the Appalachians, we probe beyond the regional news headlines, unravel local implications of national news stories, and explore the science, history, arts, and culture of Maryland.
 
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It's easy to talk about what's wrong in Baltimore. The challenge is to talk about what's next. In each episode, Wes looks at innovative ideas that are working in other cities, places like Cincinnati, St Louis, and Detroit. And he asks the question: Can those ideas work for Baltimore? This program is made possible by Genine and Josh Fidler, and supported by the Baltimore Community Foundation, created by and for the people of Greater Baltimore, where many donors join together to make the regio ...
 
Catch On the Record, hosted by Sheilah Kast, weekdays from 9:30 to 10:00 am, following NPR's Morning Edition. We'll discuss the issues that affect your life and bring you thoughtful and lively conversations with the people who shape those issues -- business people, public officials, scholars, artists, authors, WYPR reporters and other journalists who can take us inside the story. If you want to share a comment, question, or an idea for an interview you?d like to hear, email us at
 
The Signal is a weekly radio magazine produced by WYPR, devoted to exploring Maryland's thriving artistic and cultural scene. The Signal is a production of WYPR 88.1 FM in Baltimore.
 
Midday is WYPR's daily public affairs program heard from noon-2pm, Monday-Friday. Hosted by longtime Baltimore Sun columnist Dan Rodricks, topics range from the latest news, to local and national politics, to social, medical and cultural trends, featuring the best new books and most engaging authors, newsmakers and guests. To call in during the show, dial 410-662-8780 locally, or call toll-free at 1-866-661-9309.
 
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Al Spoler and Hugh Sisson taste and review some of the finest wines around the world and from our Maryland wineries. Cellar Notes is made possible by Bagby Restaurant Group.
 
Life in the Balance is a monthly program that asks: What are the systemic issues in Baltimore that keep marginalized people from reaching their full potential – and what are the solutions to those problems?Each episode is rooted in an individual’s story about overcoming a personal hurdle related to one of these systemic issues. It might be homelessness, drug abuse, or a post-incarceration employment struggle. This narrative engages the listener throughout the program as concerned stakeho ...
 
Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf discuss everything connected to food and wine. From cold suppers to elegant dinner parties.
 
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Significant improvements for an old and troubled wine region.
 
We turn now to a play that's based on a book by a former journalist whom many Baltimoreans of a certain age will recognize. After Richard Hollander’s parents were killed in a car accident in the mid-1980s, he discovered a suitcase full of correspondence that gave him great insight to the fate of his Jewish relatives in German-occupied Poland du ...…
 
You don't have to shell out $80 or more to enjoy a good Piedmont wine. Click the links to purchase Al and Hugh's recommendations at Kenilworth Wine " Spirits.
 
On today’s show, Tom is joined Dr. Sonja Santelises, the CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools. As the City School Board considers the budget for the 2018-19 school year, we discuss some of the provisions within the proposal. This budget does not call for any teacher layoffs, but does call for cuts to Charter Schools. There is an increase in lit ...…
 
As the long winter weather finally break, Tony and Chef Cindy take time to celebrate spring and all the exciting products that come along with the season. They invite two local chefs, Chris Amendola of Foraged and Steve Monnier of Chez Hugo Bisto, to share what they are looking forward to as the new season blooms.…
 
Spain's great seafood wine is achieving a great audience around the world.
 
We’ll learn how Disability Rights Maryland is putting power in the hands of disabled citizens here in Baltimore to address transportation issues.We’ll also meet the folks at Open Society Institute Baltimore who are championing the idea that an individual has the power to make a big change here in our community.…
 
Today, we continue our series of Conversations with the Candidates who will be on the June 26th primary ballot here in Maryland. Tom's guest is Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. He is one of nine Democrats running for Governor on the ballot this June. The winner will go up against Republican Gov. Larry Hogan int he general election in ...…
 
Lower in alcohol, supple in body, packed with flavor and very food friendly,light reds are perfect for this time of the year.
 
This is Episode 8 of Public Media Daily from Public Media Fans. Highlights from Tuesday, April 24th include... 1) More award news to talk about, involving 90.3 WVIK-FM Rock Island, Ill. and the Illinois A.P.; NPR, PBS, MPR and S-Town win Peabodys and public media winners at The Webbys! 2) Rhode Island Public Radio (RIPR) wants to sell 1290 WRPA ...…
 
This week, it's all cheese: cheese production, cheese history, cheese recipes, wine and cheese, and a cheesy chef's challenge!
 
Theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins us with her weekly review of one of the region's many thespian offerings. Today, it's Aubergine, the new play by Julia Cho that's on stage at Baltimore's Everyman Theatre. Aubergine is a story about the complexity of family relationships and the emotional power of food. The play centers on a Korean family th ...…
 
Today, a preview of a powerful new film about the last three years in the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the civil rights leader who was assassinated 50 years ago next week, on April 4, 1968.The renowned historian Taylor Branch is an executive producer of the HBO documentary, King in the Wilderness, a compendium of reflections by ...…
 
interview with Hopkins President Ronald Daniels, JHU student Andrea Fraser and national campus security rep David Tedjeske
 
On the menu this week: Baked ham, chocolate bunnies, lamb and the fixings we've come to expect on Easter and spring tables. Plus Chef Wolf and Tony Foreman share some picks for wine and desserts.
 
A special Midday broadcast today, live from Hodson Auditorium on the campus of Hood College, in historic Frederick, Maryland.Our topic today: Frederick at the Crossroads.Founded in 1748, Frederick has seen its share of American history. It was founded at the crossroads of a major north-south Native American trail and the east-west route from th ...…
 
Jason Ramirez attended a new school almost every year of his childhood. Bouncing around from apartments to shelters to the homes of relatives because his parents - both addicted to heroin - could not give him and his sisters a stable home. But, once he set his sights on becoming a doctor, he was locked onto that dream.Today Dr. Jason Ramirez is ...…
 
This week, Chef Cindy gets a barrel full of wine info out of Tony. Everything from how long a wine should stay in the cellar to whether or not it should be decanted at the table. We also hear from Pepe Raventos from Raventos i Blanc, a sparkling wine producer in Catalonia. He tells us why his region makes such special Conca, and what they are d ...…
 
On today's show, environmental journalist Tom Pelton joins us live in Studio A. He’s been writing about the Chesapeake Bay and other environmental issues for more than two decades. He is the Director of Communications for the Environmental Integrity Project, and the host of The Environment in Focus, which airs Wednesday mornings and evenings he ...…
 
A crisis hotline, mobile teams that travel to residents in distress - just some of the services provided by the nonprofit Baltimore Crisis Response, Inc.Executive director Edgar Wiggins describes how BCRI helps city residents living with mental illness or substance abuse. And how they train police to recognize the symptoms of mental illness and ...…
 
Internationally acclaimed classical guitarist, Lily Afshar performs some of her works live in Studio A. Lily will be performing a program of music at UMBC's Linehan Hall on Saturday at 8pm in association with the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society.
 
WYPR producer Jamyla Krempel hosts today’s show. There’s been lots of talk lately about changing the narrative in Baltimore. Last month, Mayor Catherine Pugh told an audience at the Parkway Theatre that Baltimore had a “perception problem.” She also said she wanted to “work on the media not depicting Baltimore always as this negative place to b ...…
 
On this episode, we turn our attention to the epidemic of gun violence in Baltimore. Baltimore suffered 342 homicides last year. And that’s up 17 percent from the year before. If you do the math, this means that about 56 of every 100,000 people in the city are murdered. While mass shootings often make the headlines, the slow burn murder rate in ...…
 
Today on Midday, with high winds blowing outside our Baltimore studio, we explore whether the winds of change will blow through Annapolis come November, as we begin a series of Conversations with the Candidates who will be on the June 26th primary ballots here in Maryland. Between now and the election, Tom Hall will be talking with Democrats wh ...…
 
Ever wonder why a menu looks the way it does? This week, Tony and Chef Cindy break down how a menu gets built and how to decode even the most complicated bill of fare.
 
On the latest edition of Whatcha' Ya Got Cookin', we speak with Culinary Historian Michael Twitty. His new book is called “The Cooking Gene: A Journey through African American Culinary History in the Old South.” It’s part personal memoir, part history, and part cook book. It’s a startling and poignant chronicle of how people held in bondage, wi ...…
 
We are joined by the Emmy Award winning filmmaker, Stanley Nelson, whose latest documentary chronicles the history of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The HBCU tradition in the United States was born out of necessity, animated after the Civil War by the conviction that education would be the foundation upon which the success of Fre ...…
 
A conversation with Timothy Kreider, a writer who grew up in Baltimore, and has become one of the most highly respected cartoonists and essayists on the literary scene today. For more than a decade, his cartoon, The Pain: When Will it End ran in the City Paper here in Baltimore and in other alternative weeklies around the country. His cartoons ...…
 
On today's News Wrap, we take a look at the latest state and local headlines. For nearly three weeks, in the trial of two Baltimore police officers indicted on corruption charges, a steady stream of witnesses, including other members of the elite Gun Trace Task Force who have pleaded guilty to similar charges, have detailed longstanding practic ...…
 
Few musical artists of our day have had a more sustained impact on contemporary culture than Canadian singer-songwriter, Joni Mitchell.As a composer, Mitchell’s harmonic language and literary sophistication are unparalleled. As a performer, she has riveted audiences for decades from her days as a willowy, guitar-slinging soprano, to her long ca ...…
 
Interview with editors about GTTF trial and Millstream Inn Gentlemen's Club.
 
The synthetic opioid fentanyl is 50 to 100 times more powerful than the painkiller morphine. Fentanyl has overtaken heroin and cocaine as the driving force behind the epidemic of deaths from opioid overdoses. But not because drug users seek it out. Often users are unaware that fentanyl--or an even stronger tranquilizer for large animals, called ...…
 
Melani Douglass, great, great grandaughter of Frederick Douglass and founder of the nomadic Family Arts Museum. She told of a holiday party that turned ugly ... and setting the record straight with a racist guest. Particularly meaningful as we commemorate the 200th anniversary of Douglass’ birth this month.…
 
Interview with professor Lawrence Jackson
 
Each day in the U.S. more than 86,000 older adults fall. That’s about one per second, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for the elderly. We talk with Dr. Kelly Westlake and Dr. Mark Rogers, researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, who are working to hel ...…
 
One type of fortified wine that has fallen off the radar is Madeira. Al and Hugh tell us more about the wine and give their picks.
 
Row house history interview with Charles Duff, president of Jubilee Baltimore.
 
From the humble chickpea to lavish saffron rice. Tony and Chef Cindy talk about their favorite types of beans and peas and some delicious preparations for grains and rice.
 
Interview with Dr. Kathleen Neuzil, University of Md School of Medicine.
 
interview in studio and behind scenes at Peabody conservatory studio.
 
Maryland and many other states are facing teacher shortages, and yet the teaching profession loses 1 out of 5 teachers by their fifth year in the classroom. Educational researcher Linda Darling Hammond of the Learning Policy Institute says a range of factors, like planning time and access to materials, shape teachers’ decisions.And we hear from ...…
 
Sara Schnadt is our guest this week! Los Angeles in the house! Sara, Taylor and Rob talk about tackling things we don't want to tackle. We also chat about collaborating with non-artists and merging the work-life with the art-life. Mirrors are pretty cool, even in the 21st Century. It seems Colonel Sanders had a proclivity for the pistols. We al ...…
 
interview with researcher Vadim Zipunnikov and fitness director Julie Lincoln.
 
On this edition of Midday we focus on a particular group of immigrants, who are affected by immigration policy in ways unlike any other group. Black African Immigrants are the fasting growing immigrant population in the United States. According to PEW research, there was a 137% surge in the Black African Immigrant population between 2000 and 20 ...…
 
interviews with Dr. Mark Katlic and Dr. Herbert Dardik
 
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