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The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- Vote Now! Public Media Madness: PBS vs. NPR It's time for a little MADNESS: PBS- and NPR-style! Who is the greatest and most dominant personality in all of public media? A King or Queen will be crowned, but only if made possible by support from voters like YOU!
- March 2014 Friday Arts — The people and mission behind Philadelphia's Feast Your Eyes catering company; the Melodic Caring Project brings the healing power of music to children in need; and the extraordinary career of architect Louis Kahn.
- Emily Browning and Kit Harrington for "Pompeii" Flicks — Emily Browning and Kit Harrington talk with Patrick Stoner about what life was like in the ancient Roman era around "Pompeii".
- Graduation Recital by Cellist Jeong Hyaun Lee On Stage at Curtis — A graduation recital by cellist Jeong Hyoun Lee. A native of Seong Nam, Korea, Jeong studied with Carter Brey and Peter Wiley; she spent a good deal of her young life at Curtis, having entered in 2002. Her program: Falla: Siete canciones populares españolas [...]
- The Waterboys On Canvas — The Waterboys band, lead by Mike Scott, is said to defy genre. With influences of Celtic, folk and rock, Scott insists on keeping the band's songwriting fresh with creative new ideas and explosive instrumentation. In this episode, we learn about the realization of a 20 year dream.
- First for Friday, March 7, 2014 First — Delaware works to rebuild its blue collar work base, Senator Tom Carper on the aftermath of the Affordable Care Act, Delaware creates a task force to handle hoarders, and the American Sign Language poetry.
- Featured Artists: Kasia Billhartz, Albert Frey, "One Chance", & Downton Abbey Fashion ArtWorks — In this edition of Artworks, fashion illustrates the passing of time, fire sparks creativity, a profile of the man and the house behind Desert Modernism, and an opera singer gets the chance of a lifetime.