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The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- 2014 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Nominations Congratulations to the producers of Friday Arts and On Canvas for their 2014 Mid-Atlantic Emmy nominations!
- INVISIBLE RIVER Friday Arts — Alie Vidich, the force behind the INVISIBLE RIVER organization, describes the event they put on as a "public art and boating event in which the audience travels on the Schuylkill river and, from the river and the banks, watches dance and music performances"
- Sir Ben Kingsley for "The Boxtrolls" Flicks — Sir Ben Kingsley talks with Patrick Stoner about his unique approach to voicing the villain in "The BoxTrolls"
- Graduation Recital by Flutist Diondre McKinney On Stage at Curtis — A graduation recital by Diondre McKinney, flute. Diondre is a native of Houston, and studied at Curtis with Jeffrey Khaner. His program (also featuring pianist Yoni Levyatov): Rivier: Sonatine for Flute and Piano Jean Rivier, who lived from 1896 to 1987, is remembered primarily for his flute compositions.
- Livingston Taylor On Canvas — Livingston Taylor picked up the guitar at the age of thirteen and has been performing ever since those early days playing in coffeehouses. Younger brother to James Taylor, his first guitar teacher and mentor, Liv has also secured his own repertoire of hits.
- First for Friday, September 12, 2014 First — Racial sensitivity training; DE primary results; candidate Sean Barney; Kid Chef class.
- Featured artists: Edward Hopper, Brett Zamore, Jason Harrelson and Dorothea Lange ArtWorks — View the work of Edward Hopper through a New York lens, meet an architect who constructs beautiful homes at affordable prices, see how a musician bridges science and sound, and explore the work of Dorothea Lange.