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The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- July 2014: Matt Freedman, Patrick Kelly & Culinary Expeditions at Penn Museum Friday Arts — Illustrator Matt Freedman shares his "cancer journal"; inside the expansive retrospective featuring the work of late African American designer Patrick Kelly; and Penn Museum staff embarks on a Culinary Expedition.
- Melissa McCarthy and Susan Sarandon for "Tammy" Flicks — Melissa McCarthy and Susan Sarandon talk with Patrick Stoner about how they worked together in "Tammy"
- Graduation Recital by Cellist Nathan Vickery On Stage at Curtis — A graduation recital by cellist Nathan Vickery. Nathan is a native of Indianapolis, Indiana, and studied at Curtis with Peter Wiley. Upon graduation, he joined the cello section of the New York Philharmonic. Incidentally, each piece on Nathan's [...]
- Melissa Etheridge On Canvas — Multi-Grammy Award winner Melissa Etheridge, an American rock singer-songwriter, guitarist, and activist, energizes the crowd with her mixture of confessional lyrics, pop-based folk-rock, and raspy, smoky vocals.
- First for Friday, July 4, 2014 First — Delaware achieves a balanced budget and a $10 million support package for casinos; Senator Chris Coons discusses the homecoming of Delaware's National Guard; State of Play examines the legislative session; and Dan Lynch uses a holistic approach to care for horses.
- Featured Artists: Syd Moen, Billy Childs, Melissa Janda and Directors Teller & Arron Posner ArtWorks — A photographer creates "little planets" through stereographic projections, a veteran composer shares his tips to the trade, and two famous magicians bring their tricks to the stage.