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Wolf Hall: Episode 2
The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- Graduation Recital by Elizabeth White-Clark, harpb On Stage at Curtis — A graducation recital featuring Scarlatti's "Sonata in E major, K.380;" Bach's "Andante from Sonata No.2 in A minor, BWV 1003;" [...]
- First for Friday, April 10, 2015 First — New approach to hiring; First Person: Janice Barlow; Vaping; State of Play; First Experience: New worlds [...]
- Culinary Literacy Center, The Poetry Man, A Concert for Elephants Friday Arts — A new demonstration kitchen at Parkway Public Library provides culinary literacy classes for children, teens, families, and adults. Frank Sherlock is Philadelphia's second Poet Laureate, succeeding the well-known Sonia Sanchez. The film, A Concert for Elephants, [...]
- A Girl Like Her Flicks — Hunter King talks with Patrick Stoner about playing a teenage bully in a film that explores the depth of this modern problem in “A Girl Like Her".
- Strand of Oaks On Tour — Strand of Oaks is the rock project by songwriter and producer Timothy Showalter. In this episode, we will learn about how specific events in his life, had a direct influence on his songwriting and musical journey [...]
- Yours is Mine, Oscar Wilde, Are We There Yet? Articulate — We find out how to beg, borrow and appropriate, strictly for art's sake. The legacy of Oscar Wilde's life and literature. It's the journey not the destination, just make sure you have an up- to-date map.
- Chalk art; poet Carlos Contreras; Kohler Company's artist residency; and pianist Richard Glazier ArtWorks — Chalk artists are taking to the streets in Florida; poet Carlos Contreras helps his students by supplying the tools to write; Kohler Company's artist residency program; and pianist Richard Glazier shares his love for American movie classics.