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A masterwork by Schubert gets the distinctive in-depth examination from composer, conductor, and commentator Rob
Kapilow in the new season. Presented in partnership with Washington Performing Arts.
The Stonehenge Riverside Project led by archaeologist Michael Parker Pearson has produced a wealth of
new information about this mysterious stone circle on Salisbury Plain—and overturned previous theories about its creators,
origins, and uses.
The television host recalls how his former boss, House Speaker Tip O’Neill, the ultimate Washington insider, forged
an unlikely working relationship with Ronald Reagan, his polar opposite.
NPR’s Joe Palca returns to the Smithsonian to sit down with stellar scientists
for some engaging and entertaining conversations about the exciting work they do and how it connects to our lives. Tonight's
program features Eva Emerson and the public's understanding of science. Part
of a 5-Session Lecture Series.
Senator John McCain discusses his evocative history of Americans at war, told through the personal accounts
of 13 remarkable men and women who fought in conflicts from the Revolutionary War to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.