Labor Day

Airs Monday, September 7 at 9 p.m. From mining to manufacturing, housework to ranching, hear surprising information about the labor movement, the return of overseas jobs, U.S. manufacturing, employment, and the auto industry, plus quitting, firing, and hiring, all highlighted by songs about unusual, tough, and dangerous jobs. Music about work and workers in a variety of genres: soft rock, bluegrass, country, bebop, folk, show tunes, and more, plus a classic comedy bit by George Carlin.

Airs Monday, September 7 at 8:00 p.m.   Three portraits of women working - A pastor, a seasonal worker, and a judge. These are public radio stories made over many years, by producer Jay Allison -- working together with Christina Egloff, and friends, colleagues, neighbors, strangers and whoever would take the loan of one of his tape recorders. They are are stories about life as we find it, and record it.

Airs Monday, September 7, at 11 a.m. Join the renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir as they celebrate Labor Day with songs and selections from the American Songbook and more including Awake and Arise; All Ye Children of Light; Sinfonia to Cantata XXiX; O Light of Life; Climb Ev'ry Mountain; O Come; Ye Nations of the Earth, Gently Raise the Sacred Strain, As the Dew from Heaven Distilling, God Be with You Till We Meet Again, and spoken word message titles "Work Worth Doing." 

Airs Monday, September 7, at 11 a.m. Join the renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir as they celebrate Labor Day with songs and selections from the American Songbook and more including Awake and Arise; All Ye Children of Light; Sinfonia to Cantata XXiX; O Light of Life; Climb Ev'ry Mountain; O Come; Ye Nations of the Earth, Gently Raise the Sacred Strain, As the Dew from Heaven Distilling, God Be with You Till We Meet Again, and spoken word message titles "Work Worth Doing." 

Airs Monday, September 1 at 9 p.m. From mining to manufacturing, housework to ranching, hear surprising information about the labor movement, the return of overseas jobs, U.S. manufacturing, employment, and the auto industry, plus quitting, firing, and hiring, all highlighted by songs about unusual, tough, and dangerous jobs. Music about work and workers in a variety of genres: soft rock, bluegrass, country, bebop, folk, show tunes, and more, plus a classic comedy bit by George Carlin. Artists include Amy Adams, Tom Paxton, Jim Croce, Sawyer Brown, Gordon Lightfoot, Joan Baez, Jim Brickman, Hank Snow, The Silhouettes, John Denver, and many more.

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