Follow The Back Channel and see what people are really talking about as we vote and count the votes during the 2012 general election. By the people, for the people. The Federal Register just released a fun new interactive on their web site! You can use the slide rule to look at maps of how the Electoral College voted from 1964 to 2008.
WCBE is your source for election coverage for November 6th! Stay tuned to 90.5FM for local coverage during our newscasts, as well as national updates during Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and The World, as well as NPR newscasts throughout the day. Also, staring at 8pm, we'll host NPR's live audio stream of election coverage on our website, along with their up-to-the minute blog starting at 6pm.
BBC presenter Rhod Sharp will broadcast his BBC-5 overnight talk-show LIVE from WCBE this Monday night. Listeners from both here and abroad will have a chance to call in and talk about everything from jobs, to health care, and the economy. We'll simulcast with his listeners across the pond from 9pm - 11pm election eve, November 5th.
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From My Family Table: A Passionate Plea for Home Cooking by John Besh/Andrews McMeel Publishing. Prep time: 10 min Cook time: 30 min Total time: 40 min Yield: 8 servings This potato, leek, and broth base is a wonderful building block for an astounding number of flavorful, velvety soups.
While we may not agree as to whether new recording technology makes music better or worse (see Douglas Wolk's fantastic essay), I think we'd all be willing to admit that technology has made making music a whole lot easier, cheaper and more accessible. We can be more agile, impulsive, nimble, reactionary and spontaneous than ever before. Right? Well, that's the idea anyway.
Afropoppers have come to be on a first name basis with many of the superstars we've introduced you to over the years, much like Stevie, Aretha, and Bonnie. We'll enjoy some of Afropop Worldwide's finest live recordings of Oumou Sangare, Abdel Gadir Salim, and Miguel Poveda plus some under-recognized artists we've pulled from our recording archive.
Due to recent developments, WCBE will no longer be broadcasting at our former 106.7 FM, Newark signal. At this time, we are trying to acquire another frequency in this area. By mid-October, we hope to hear whether or not our licenses both in Newark and Columbus are renewed.
On Wednesday, September 26th, WCBE partners with the Gateway Film Center to present a special meet and greet with the hosts of Foodcast from 6:30 to 8:00pm. Listeners will have the opportunity to get up close with questions and comments for our producers of Foodcast, the local Saturday program now in its second year of broadcast! Producers Johnny DiLoretto, Bethia Woolf, Jim Elison, Andy Dehus and Mike Beaumont will be on hand to share views about our tremendous culinary culture that continues to marinate locally.
Tune in this Friday at 9pm for the American Routes special "Summer's Last Chance to Dance: New Orleans Live", hosted by Nick Spitzer! Recorded during the 2012 New Orleans Jazz Fest weekends, this music is sure to get your barbeque hopping and your picnic popping.
Coming up this Saturday on America Abroad - NATO's campaign in Libya received mixed reviews, and now its forces are withdrawing from Afghanistan. This month, member countries are meeting in Chicago to talk about the alliance's future. So what's next for NATO? It's been called the most successful alliance in world history. President Obama and fellow leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty, NATO, are meeting at an important summit in Chicago this month to discuss the future of the alliance.