Farrar Hudkins, WWNO’s Classical Music host, moderates a conversation with special guests Steve Rice and Fred Duplechin. They will explore classic car culture in New Orleans, and you'll get your chance to snap a photo of a DeLorean.
Some things about Farrar that you might not know:
· He joined WWNO in 2001 and is currently the Chief Classical Announcer
The Nieman Journalism Lab, a Harvard University project that examines journalism in the Internet age, took at look at WWNO and the partnerships the station has forged with other newsgathering organizations.
Editor's note: Our friends at J-Lab have a new report out on an interesting subject: how public broadcasters - in radio and television - are trying to fill some of the void created by cutbacks at newspapers. In a number of states, the strategy has been to build new collaborative networks and make a greater investment in doing journalism.
A Prairie Home Companion started production in 1974. Live every Saturday night from 5—7 p.m., A Prairie Home Companion features comedy sketches, music and Garrison Keillor's signature monologue, "The News from Lake Wobegon."
The third SpeakEasy on May 23 broke new ground and covered familiar territory with its panel of New Orleanians (recent and native) who offered some real talk about the changing face of our beloved Crescent City.