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On the NEPR Vault Sessions, Ramu Pandit (tablas) and Rabindra Narayan Goswami (sitar) are two of North India’s most revered classical musicians, who weave musical motifs into melodic tapestries called “Ragas”.

On July 18, 1967, Richard Wilbur was invited to give a poetry reading as part of the Summer Arts Festival at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. 

Sam Amidon
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Experimental folk artist and composer Sam Amidon stopped by New England Public Radio today to share a few songs off his latest album, The Following Mountain on the Vault Sessions. 

Saturdays will sound a little different on New England Public Radio now that Tom and Ray Magliozzi, better known as Click and Clack, have driven off into the sunset after 30 years on the air... click here to read a farewell letter from Ray to Car Talk fans. While saying good-bye can be tough, we're happy to report you'll still be laughing all the way to the dump (or wherever you're headed on Saturday mornings!) as Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me! moves to 11:00 a.m.

The Las Vegas strip as seen from the Mandalay Bay hotel in a file photo.
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In the hours after the mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed at least 58, politicians responded on conference calls, in press releases and on social media. 

On this eleven day classical pursuit you’ll walk in Chopin’s footsteps and relive his extraordinary life. May 12th - 23rd, 2018

Do you listen to Public Radio? Are you often quoting NEPR stories you heard to friends in conversation? Do you constantly find yourself listening while doodling? This might be the answer for you to give back that love of listening to your public radio station! 

New England Public Radio is seeking submissions from local artists for our 12th Annual Art Mug! The limited-edition mug will be available to New England Public Radio's contributing listeners during the station's on-air fund drives from September 2017 through June 2018.

Sam Hudzik, NEPR News Director, talks about how NEPR goes a step further to provide the regional context on issues that impacts us all -- from Shelburne to Holyoke. Support the good work our news team produces for you. It's important. Now more than ever.


Former FBI Director James Comey testified before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on June 8, 2017, speaking publicly for the first time since he was fired by President Trump nearly a month ago. The Senate Committee looked into the circumstances around Comey's dismissal and how they relate to the FBI investigation of Russian interference in the U.S. Election. The White House has given conflicting messages about the reasons for Comey's firing. Sources close to Comey say the President told Comey to shut down the Russia investigation. That's a charge that the White House denies.

Adam Frenier,  NEPR Berkshire County Reporter, talks about his coverage of the Connecticut Expansion Pipeline. 

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