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Sing For Joy
A Production Of St. Olaf College
The Sing For Joy radio program, produced by St. Olaf College, has a simple mission: to explore the weekly themes of Christian worship by providing the best in sacred choral music and thoughtful commentary. The musical performances eloquently "do the talking," while the concise remarks from host Pastor Bruce Benson illuminate the meaning of the texts.
A defining trait of Sing For Joy is basing each week's music on the scriptural lessons specified in the Revised Common Lectionary. This three-year cycle of readings has become the basis for worship in the services that a majority of the worshiping faithful in America attend.
Listeners from divergent backgrounds appreciate Sing For Joy and what it brings them for a multitude of reasons. Certainly, plenty of churchgoers feel that the program complements their weekly worship experience. And many church musicians express their appreciation for the insights and repertoire ideas the program provides. But Sing For Joy also appeals to listeners from faith traditions transcending the kind of Christian orientation one might expect.
For nearly 60 years, that breadth of appeal has spoken to Sing For Joy's unique presentation of Scripture-based music and related commentary in an engaging, personable and consequential way.
Thank you for being the soundtrack to our Sunday mornings! —Twitter
Thru The Bible- Q & A
With Dr. J. Vernon McGee (1904-1988)
"By Dr. J. Vernon McGee © Thru the Bible Radio Network, www.ttb.org.”
About Thru the Bible - Questions & Answers
Questions and Answers offers Dr. J. Vernon McGee's signature wit and wisdom in answering Bible questions sent to him by radio listeners throughout his years of ministry.
Moody Church Hour
With Erwin W. Lutzer
This Sunday morning program provides a worship service for those unable to attend a local church. With the trusted teaching of Pastor Erwin Lutzer, the Word is proclaimed and glory is given to God. Join us on a journey with the Word, worship, and prayer.
Big Picture Science
Big Picture Science engages the public with modern science research through smart and humorous storytelling
Big Picture Science is produced at the SETI Institute’s radio studio in Mountain View, California. We broadcast and podcast every week.
But it wasn’t always so! The program began with the title Are We Alone? in 2002 as a commercially-supported call-in show distributed to a handful of stations on Radio America by Bill Oxley and Seth Shostak, who actually broadcast from their respective living rooms in San Diego and Mountain View. In 2004, Molly Bentley joined AWA as an editor and executive producer, and about that time, support from the NASA Astrobiology Institute allowed us to build our own radio studio and move away from single interview call-ins, to a thematic multi-interview produced show.
Barbara Vance joined AWA at that time and has kept us organized and hitting program deadlines ever since. Bill left the show in 2005 to pursue other interests and Gary Niederhoff joined us with his considerable voice talent and editing skills.
After a short stint on the Discovery Channel’s outlet on Sirius Satellite Radio, we began distributing Are We Alone? on the Public Radio Satellite System (PRSS) and the Public Radio Exchange (PRX). The name of the program was changed from Are We Alone? to Big Picture Science in July, 2011.
Weird Tales Radio Show
Join British lawyer turned award-winning journalist, author and sometime werewolf-hunter Charles Christian, along with co-host Janie Christian, for a one hour feast of folklore, magick and scary tales. If general off-the-wall weirdness is your thing, then the Weird Tales Radio Show has something for everyone, with its radio magazine format designed for all fans of ghosts, geek, magick, folklore, urban myths and witchcraft – but with a focus on fun and strangeness that sets it apart from other paranormal radio shows.
Described as “The Today Show of the paranormal and supernatural” and “a fabulously atmospheric and over-flowing with esoteric info-show well loved by the geekiverse”
Latest science, authors, issues – from climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, solar storms, the economy, and peace. Ready for re-broadcast, computer, iPod, or mp3 player. As heard on over 98 radio stations.Alex Smith – photo by Philip Smeltzer
About Alex Smith
Host of syndicated weekly Radio Ecoshock Show – the cutting edge with top scientists, authors and activists. Twelth year on the air as of 2018. Previously a researcher for global environment group, print journalist, homesteader, world-traveler, and private investigator.
Christian Life Tools
With Pastor Jim Reed
www.christianlifetools.orgTake the time and to find a quiet place where your heart and mind can be fully engaged without distractions. You will be blessed and challenged by biblically inspired, life-changing messages. Each feature promises to be a one-of-a-kind listening experience you will find nowhere else.