Special Programs: Upcoming Community and Cultural Programs

Red River Radio offers a wide variety of programming, from classical, jazz and blues to news, public affairs, entertainment and information programming. We will also present specials for various holidays, cultural events, and documentaries on important issues of the day. Bookmark this page for information about these various specials. This page will be updated weekly. If an item you heard was removed and you'd like more information contact Bill Beckett at wbeckett@lsus.edu

                                   

  Here is what is coming up on Red River Radio.

  The following is a list of past specials you may have heard.

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Airs Friday, December 2, at 7:45 p.m. This week commentator Gary Borders is Trying to acquire patience 

Airs Thursday, December 1, at 8 p.m.  From the Shreveport House Concert series we feature Eric Taylor Live in a concert from July 2015, Live at the Shreveport House Concerts.

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Airs Thursday, December 1, at 6 p.m. Tune in for Health Matters, Thursday at 6 p.m. Our host Dr. Sanford Katz will be joined by WK Eye Institute Ophthalmologists Dr. Christopher Shelby and Dr. Wyche Coleman along with Dr Arthur Kavanaugh, retina specialist with the Department of Ophthalmology at LSU Health,  to talk about eye health. Questions will be taken at 1-800-552-8502.

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Airs Thursday, December 1 at 11 a.m. In La Nochebuena, The Rose Ensemble explores the great variety of music that filled the royal court of Ferdinand and Isabella, and flooded the chapels and streets of Renaissance Spain. Serene choral music from 16th-century masters is balanced with spirited cantigas for solo voice and harp. Spanish-language villancicos from court and countryside, and lively dances for vihuela, harp and percussion.

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