Station News & Events

Today's guest host is SHAD KABANGO

-- Rising American comic APERNA NANCHURLA discusses the merits of cracking jokes about little things, and why breaking the fourth wall as a comic is

-- British comedian DAVE GORMAN talks about using modern world woes as his fodder and his new stand-up show "Dave Gorman's Powerpoint Presentation."

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra will be presenting a concert in Nashville on Monday, February 9th at 7:30 pm.  The porgram will be presented at the Masonic Grand Lodge and you can find tickets at Gatewaychamberrchestra.com.  The program consists of Mozart's Symphony No. 32 in G, Theofanidis's Visions and Miracles and the Mendelssohn Symphony no. 3 in A minor, "Scottish".

Today's guest host is SHAD KABANGO

-- JORDAN WILSON, one of the curators behind the three-site "The City Before the City" exhibit in Vancouver, explores the role museums can play in reconciliation with aboriginal peoples.

-- Rising Toronto rapper TRE MISSION performs in studio from his album "Stigmata," a unique fusion of grime, Southern trap, Jamaican dub, and much more.

What's going on in Greece? The World's Clark Boyd and Harvard Professor Richard Parker walk us through the country's politics to explain why a hardline leftwing anti-austerity party has come to power and what it'll be mean for both the Greek economy and Europe at large. Plus, a remembrance of the beloved Egyptian-born Greek pop singer Demis Roussos. His records sold 60 million copies worldwide.

Also today Marco talks with Saudi and Yemeni students on US campuses about big changes back home.

Today's guest host is CANDY PALMATER

-- Director ANA LILY AMIRPOUR talks about mixing genres in her film "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night," and why it was important to make a vampire movie set in Iran.

-- Psych-rockers ABSOLUTELY FREE perform from their self-titled debut record and speak about the challenge of creative musical exploration that is still accessible to a mainstream audience.

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