Our Chief Engineer got out to the transmitter and discovered that we had no power at our tower site. He got in touch with the power company and they have just restored power to the transmitter. We are back on the air at full power and we thank you for your patience.
We are having some problems with our transmitter after yesterday's storms. Our chief engineer is working on it right now and we hope to be back on the air soon. In the meantime we are still streaming our signal on this web site.
Please accept our apologies and we hope to be back on the air as soon as possible!
-- Our World Cup series Q: Brazil continues with an in-studio performance by Brazilian-American bossanova-infused singer and songwriter BEBEL GILBERTO. Raised in a musical Brazilian family, she is the daughter of João Gilberto and singer Miúcha, and grew up surrounded by collaborators from David Byrne to Stan Getz.
-- Salon contributor and Huffington Post editor BENJAMIN HART argues against the ubiquity of the term "content" when used to describe creative endeavours.
They call soccer the Beautiful Game. So we've got...the Beautiful Show, our World Cup special.
Even if you don't get what all the fuss is about with the globe's premier soccer tournament, this show is still for you. In fact, we have a whole news-you-can-use segment on how non-soccer fans can choose and cheer for a team. And talk about soccer passion -- we check in with three Englishmen who have just completed a 1,200 mile walk from Argentina to Brazil in support of the English team...and also for charity.
-- Grammy-winning American country-rock singer/songwriter ROSANNE CASH returns to Q to perform live from her 13th record "The River & The Thread", an album that was partly inspired by trying to restore the childhood home of her father, Johnny Cash, and her ensuing journey through the American south.