Sat 09.20 7pm
Duos combining voice and acoustic instruments in the Irish tradition on The Thistle & Shamrock.
Sun 09.21 noon
Christopher O’Riley catches up with some of From the Top’s most successful young musicians in the Where Are They Now Show.
Mon 09.22 2pm
Husband & wife pianists Bill Charlap and Renee Rosnes join Marian Mcpartland in a 3-piano performance on Piano Jazz.
Tue 09.23 8pm
Bramwell Tovey conducts the New York Philharmonic in popular pieces by Copland, Gershwin and Grofe at the Vail Valley Music Festival.
Wed 09.24 2pm
Highlights from fifty-five years of the Monterey Jazz Festival from the Kennedy Center on JazzSet.
Thu 09.25 6:30pm
Great Falls author Carol Bradley discusses her research and resulting book exploring the elephant’s suffering in circuses and zoos on The Write Question.
Fri 09.26 8:49am
Thane Maynard of the Cincinnati Zoo shares his love of animals and concern for their future on The 90-Second Naturalist.
Sat 09.27 7pm
Authentic Celtic rooted music of Canada from Cape Breton, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec on The Thistle & Shamrock.
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U.S. House Candidate Forum
Monday, September 29, 7pm
Petro Theater, MSU Billings
broadcast live on YPR
The public is invited to attend a U.S. House candidate forum at Petro Theater on the campus of Montana State University Billings on Monday, September 29. Doors will open at 6pm, and the hour-long event begins at 7pm. The event is sponsored by The Billings Gazette, Yellowstone Public Radio, and Montana State University Billings and will be broadcast live on YPR and live online via YPR's streaming audio. Democrat John Lewis has confirmed. The invitation remains open to Republican Ryan Zinke. Questions from the public are encouraged and can be submitted in a variety of ways: via email to Jackie@ypradio.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com; via Twitter at #MontanaDebates; or through Facebook.com/billingsgazette.
Ground with Brian Kahn
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
Your 19th century forebears settled in Montana and as a child you were enthralled at the stories they handed down. But your life as a lawyer has created a deep divide. To try to resolve it, you've written a novel. Meet Carrie La Seur.
w/ Chérie Newman
Thursdays at 6:30pm
Against the backdrop of a glittering but brutal circus world, Last Chain On Billie: How One Extraordinary Elephant Escaped The Big Top charts the history of elephants in America, the inspiring story of the Elephant Sanctuary and the spellbinding tale of a resilient elephant who defied the system even as she struggled to conquer her past, who never lost sight of the life she was meant to have. For decades, Billie crisscrossed the country, dazzling audiences as she performed breathtaking stunts. But behind the scenes she lived a life of misery: traveling in trucks, chained for hours on end, barely able to move, giving eight-minute performances under harsh lights and to the sounds of blaring music. And worse. The compelling story of Billie’s battle to reclaim her old self is a testament to the intelligence, emotional complexity and remarkable strength of all elephants, captive or free.
Matters w/ Rachel Rockafellow
first Monday of every month @ 6:30pm
Matters is a monthly program featuring interviews and informative
segments focusing on health, hosted by registered nurse and Bozeman
resident Rachel Rockafellow (MSN, RN, CCCN).
Of the West
last Monday of every month @ 6:30pm
Of the West is a monthly radio program hosted by composer/pianist Philip
Aaberg, focusing on regionalism and creativity.
Montana Public Media
an online collaboration
Montana Public Media is a collaboration between Yellowstone Public Radio, MontanaPBS, Montana Public Radio, and The University of Montana School of Journalism. Using multi-media technology, this partnership will provide daily news reporting along with in-depth documentary coverage of Montana politics.