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  • December 16, 2008 12:29 PM

    The Best of Public Radio

    Thursday, December 17 from 7-8pmSaturday, December 19 from 10am-1pmKSMU HD2 Repeat – Sunday December 20 from 10am-1pm

    KSMU presents a special broadcast of The Best of Public Radio 2009, highlighting some of 2009's best stories and moments on public radio.The specialfeatures many of public radio's most familiar voices including Click and Clack from Car Talk, This American Life host Ira Glass, Peter Sagal from Wait Wait Don't Tell Me and Weekend Edition's Scott Simon.

    Highlights Include:
    • Wait Wait Don't Tell Me's Not My Job segments with Tony Hawk
    • Planet Money: Lunch Room Ponzi Scheme
    • The Moth: Adam Gopnik
    • John Burnett: World's Best Accordianist
    • Brian Unger: Tweets and Twitters

    Don't miss this unique opportunity to relive some of your all-time favorite public radio moments. The Best of Public Radio 2009 airs Saturday, December 19th from 10am to 1pm on listener supported KSMU.

  • October 31, 2008 09:36 AM

    School closure information is provided to KSMU by the Springfield Broadcast Council.

  • October 20, 2008 03:02 PM

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  • June 26, 2008 11:00 PM


    The arts are "going green" along with everything else. Missouri State faculty members are about to embark on a three-year "green theater" project based on climate change in the Mississippi delta region, that will culminate in a theatrical production here at MSU. Randy Stewart talks with Dr. Kurt Heinlein in the morning feature. In the afternoon segment, Randy profiles area artist and sculptor Alex Buderer, for whom "recycling" has always been a way of life.

  • June 26, 2008 11:00 PM


    The arts are "going green" along with everything else. Missouri State faculty members are about to embark on a three-year "green theater" project based on climate change in the Mississippi delta region, that will culminate in a theatrical production here at MSU. Randy Stewart talks with Dr. Kurt Heinlein in the morning feature. In the afternoon segment, Randy profiles area artist and sculptor Alex Buderer, for whom "recycling" has always been a way of life.

  • June 25, 2008 11:00 PM


    Several area businesses are trying to implement geo-friendly practices, despite the initial costs of "green" products often being higher than regular products. For many people, however, "going green" pays off in more ways than one.

  • June 25, 2008 11:00 PM

    Several area businesses are trying to implement geo-friendly practices, despite the initial costs of "green" products often being higher than regular products. For many people, however, "going green" pays off in more ways than one.

  • June 24, 2008 11:00 PM

    Climate change can impact health in various ways. Here in Springfield, the main problem is ground level ozone. In this segment of KSMU's Climate Change Series, Michele Skalicky talks with health officials about ground level ozone and about other health problems that climate change can cause.