Need your weekly dance mix fix? Look no further than Metropolis, a live, two-hour electronic music show hosted by DJ Jason Bentley, an industry leader and fearless champion of discovering beasts that get your feet moving.
More than 40 years ago, Robert Conley turned on the mic and reported on anti-war demonstrations taking place in Washington, as the host for All Things Considered's first-ever broadcast. Conley passed away on Saturday, November 16.
A few weeks ago on All Things Considered, NPR Investigative Correspondent Laura Sullivan told the story of Bill Baker, a former inmate at Alcatraz, who came back to spend a night in his former cell. We wanted to know more, so we asked Sullivan a few more questions.
Chronicling Iran's heroes and heroines, from an 11th century Persian physician to a modern-day astronomer, NPR producer Davar Ardalan recently published a book collecting stories of Iranian heritage alive in the United States.
Each month, the NPR podcast Playback invites listeners for a ride in the "NPR DeLorean," to revisit the movers, shakers and, yes, one-hit wonders that made news exactly 25 years ago. This month's Playback takes a trip to a time when "Love Bites" topped the charts and scrunchies hit their stride.
All Things Considered Producers (l-r) Peter Breslow, Art Silverman, Richard L. Harris, Maury Schlesinger, Christopher Koch and Neal Conan line up in front of 1986's take on an editorial board.
Today the much-loved and notoriously tear-jerking oral history project StoryCorps celebrates its 10th anniversary. See photos of the evolution of StoryCorps, and learn some fun facts from the last decade of interviews, MobileBooth stops and more. It's #StoryCorps10.
Perhaps great minds do think alike, because over the last few weeks, NPR was on the brain (and lips) of an internationally acclaimed rock star, a pro baseball pitcher-turned-substitute P.E. teacher, a favorite Saturday Night Live alum a hip hop artist and a late night talk show host.