Friday, December 22, at 8 PM
Celebrate the return of the sun - and the warming of the heart with Paul Winter’s Annual Winter Solstice Celebration.
Saturday, December 23, at 7 AM
Joy, hope, and childhood memories overflow as NPR voices, past and present, tell stories of the season.
Saturday, December 23, at 8 PM
Don’t miss stories from the NPR archives that touch on the meaning of Christmas.
Saturday, December 23, at 9 PM
Master comedian Jonathan Winters presents his own distinctive reading of Dickens' holiday classic.
Saturday, December 23, at 10 PM
Get in the holiday mood with tunes from swing era musicians.
Saturday, December 23, at 11 PM
Lee Hay presents a special celebration of holiday music from favorite blues artists.
Sunday, December 24, at 7 AM
Audie Cornish, Ken Harbaugh, Nina Totenberg and other voices from NPR's past and present tell stories of the season.
Sunday, December 24, at 7 PM
Rock your Christmas Eve with holiday music from Cincinnati’s finest musicians.
Sunday, December 24, at 8 PM
Lynne Warfel presents a musical retrospective of some of Hollywood's most cherished Christmas-themed movies.
Sunday, December 24, at 9 PM
Enjoy amazing holiday performances from NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series including Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Steve Martin, Hanson, The Polyphonic Spree and more!
Sunday, December 24, at 10 PM
An archival Christmas program from December 24, 1986. The two-hour holiday special includes jazz renditions of “The Christmas Song” and “At the Christmas Ball” as well as other Christmas songs by the World Saxophone Quartet and Louis Armstrong.
Monday, December 25, at 1 PM
NPR’s holiday tradition, Tinsel Tales, is back with a fourth collection of extraordinary Christmas stories that will transport you to unexpected places and emotions.
Monday, December 25, at 7 PM
The choirs of Morehouse and Spelman Colleges present a joyous celebration of spirituals and carols.
Monday, December 25, at 8 PM
From holiday classics to contemporary hits, you will love singing along with favorite songs for the Christmas season, performed by today's leading artists and ensembles.
Monday, December 25, at 9 PM
The internationally acclaimed “little orchestra" Pink Martini bedecks the airwaves with festive holiday songs from across the globe.
Saturday, December 30, at 7 AM
Brains On! Host Molly Blooms explores the fascinating science behind circadian rhythms, including the ticking clock inside us, hibernation and how all life is affected by light and dark.
Sunday, December 31, at 7 AM
For the holiday, Innovation Hub looks at America, invention, and family!
Monday, January 1, 2018 at 1 PM
Politics Takes a Holiday as the Capital Steps review the political craziness of 2017’s amazing world of politics.
Looking for even more wonderful holiday specials?
Check the holiday schedule for 90.9 WGUC