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May 21, 2018

The Possibilities of Telehealth Care- Segment A
A discussion about the ways that telehealth care is evolving and growing as an option among patients and providers.

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis- Segment A
A discussion with Shakespeare Festival St. Louis' new executive director and the director of this year's production "Romeo and Juliet."

May 22, 2018

Older Americans Month- Segment A
The month of May is designated as Older Americans Month. We’ll talk about getting older and a number of issues related to aging.

Seeking Sainthood for Fr. Tolton- Segment B
An update on the cause for canonization of Fr. Augustus Tolton, a former slave who was born near Hannibal and ministered in Quincy.

May 23, 2018

Making the Most of Summertime- Segment A
A discussion about the tradition of summer camps and today’s many options for keeping children engaged and connecting with the natural world.

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis- Segment A
A discussion about Opera Theatre of Saint Louis' production of Marc Blitzstein's "Regina."

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Jazz Unlimited

Jazz Unlimited host Dennis Owsley wrote the book, City of Gabriels: The History of Jazz in St. Louis, 1845-1973. Hear him talk about the book in his appearance on St. Louis on the Air.

Dennis Owsley hosts three hours of jazz each Sunday night from 9 to midnight. Get the playlist and listen to the show, and find out what's coming up next week on our Jazz Unlimited page.

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National Program Highlights

Fresh Air
Fresh Air Weekend: Actress Annette Bening; Comic Tig Notaro
Bening describes acting as "a fabulous way to expand your own heart." Critic Ken Tucker reviews Cardi B's Invasion of Privacy. Notaro's new Netflix special is Happy to Be Here.

HBO's Heavy-Handed 'Fahrenheit 451' Lacks The Poetry Of Ray Bradbury's Original
Critic Dave Bianculli says that the new TV movie "dilutes and deflates" the 1953 novel it draws from. Viewers should "skip the movie, and go back and read Bradbury's book."