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Justin Brown interview 90.3 WBHM | Arts -- In his fifth and final season, Justin Brown conducts the opening weekend of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra's Masterworks Series. More ...

90.3 WBHM | Birmingham -- You're probably familiar with the Blazers and the Barons. But have you heard of the Tragic City Rollers? If not, you're missing out on another home team to root for. More ...

John Archibald 90.3 WBHM | Birmingham -- Our weekly segment features The Birmingham News columnist John Archibald, discussing the city politic (and county and state politic too). Instead of being unplugged as he is in the newspaper, we offer him a bullhorn. Sort of. More ...

90.3 WBHM | Birmingham -- The typical Spanish novella drips with passion, love, and jealousy. It usually doesn't explain how to manage diabetes or stop smoking. But a Birmingham-based radio project is trying to do just that. WBHM intern Clare Gamlin explains how this broadcast is teaching new Alabamians health information they might not otherwise hear. More ...

Local Government with Kyle Whitmire 90.3 WBHM | Birmingham -- Each Wednesday we hear an update on political happenings in Birmingham and Jefferson County from the Second Front's Kyle Whitmire. More ...



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Tapestry has been a fixture on WBHM's air for nearly seven years. We've talked to hundreds of musicians, artists, poets, novelists, actors and more. On this edition, we reach into the archives, dust off some of those interviews and bringing you the best. More...

Saturday Night Opera

DONIZETTI: Lucia di Lammermoor

It's hard to think of a heroine with a fate more heartbreaking -- or more shocking -- than that of Donizetti's Lucia, whose famous mad scene is one of the greatest moments in any opera. This compelling and sometimes lurid drama is based on a novel by Sir Walter Scott.


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