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Jazz After Dark, March 14, 2023

Tonight’s show: the music of George and Ira Gershwin. First George Gershwin himself, then Benny Goodman, Helen Merrill, Mel Tormé with Marty Paich, Julie London, Miles Davis, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, the Vince Guaraldi Trio, Stan Getz, Art Pepper & Bill Perkins, Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio, Joe Pass, Dianne Reeves, and Marian McPartland with Gene Harris.

Celtic Songlines for March 14, 2023: Celtic tunes and song

This week's program features The Whistlebinkies, Liz Carroll & John Doyle, Rachel Newton & Lauren MacColl (Heal & Harrow), Open the Door for Three, Celtic folk band Faun, Runa, Fir Arda, Connla, Dougie Maclean with Alan Roberts, Eliza Carthy & Nancy Kerr, and Scotland's Old Blind Dogs.

Tune in live on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to noon at KDRT 95.7FM, with replays Monday 8-9 p.m. and Saturday 6-7 p.m. Or stream at, or subscribe to the Celtic Songlines podcast on Apple podcasts.

Crossing Continents, March 13, 2023: Folk and classical traditions from Algeria, Uzbekistan

On today's show, I feature music from two countries. The first hour presents the folk and classical musical traditions of Algeria (North Africa) and the second hour features the folk and classical musical traditions of Uzbekistan (Central Asia).

67. Fueling the Teen Athlete

If you’ve been listening to Timeout Radio for a while, you’ve probably picked up that we have a lot of episodes that focus on sports. Its time to look at what fuels athletes and because this show is for teens, we focus on nutrition for youth athletes. Sports nutrition expert Dr. Liz Applegate tells us about her top tips for teen athletes to reach peak performance, the scoop on protein shakes and energy drinks, and how chocolate can boost sports performance. Then visit Sweden, the first country in Europe to create national parks. Learn about Sweden's efforts to save the endangered Arctic fox and why dazzling northern lights fill the sky in the country's Arctic north.

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