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La Musique de Lise de la Salle

Mar 7, 2017

Afternoon Concert host Garrett McQueen speaks with pianist Lise de la Salle about her performance with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, and more. 

Melding Musical Worlds

Mar 2, 2017

Guitarist Andy LeGrand and vocalist Jacqueline Brecheen team up for a lovely performance and interview on the March episode of Studio 865. 

  https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=umhSqv93izA

Clarence Brown Theatre

The Busy Body is a comedy written in the 18th century about love and marriage. And about secret love and foiled marriage.

The play is also about women’s rights, and University of Tennessee professor Misty Anderson says the issues in The Busy Body have some relevance today. Anderson helped adapt the play for the Clarence Brown Theatre, where it's running until March 12. WUOT Morning Edition host Victor Agreda spoke with Anderson.

Dialogue: Donald Trump And The Future Of Science

Feb 22, 2017

Donald Trump’s public comments about science and his choices to run the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency have given a lot of scientists cause for concern.  How will the President’s attitudes and opinions about science affect funding?  How will research on politically-charged issues like climate change be affected?  On this episode of Dialogue, we’ll examine the next four years from a scientists’ perspective. Panelists include Dr. Gordon Burghardt and Dr. Nina Fefferman of the University of Tennessee and Dr.

SpaceX

On Sunday, February 19, a group of students from Bearden Middle School watched as a SpaceX Falcon 9 booster lifted off from a launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The children had a vested interest in the launch, because the rocket carried a science experiment they designed for use on the International Space Station.

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