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  MONDAY-WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
6am
Jim CunninghamJIM CUNNINGHAM with the WQED MORNING SHOW live from Oakland with local arts, NPR news, traffic, weather and morning favorites
Ward JacobsonWARD JACOBSON
Angela MarianiHARMONIA with ANGELA MARIANI
7am
Suzanne BonaSUNDAY BAROQUE with SUZANNE BONA
8am
9am
Christopher O'RileyFROM THE TOP with CHRISTOPHER O'RILEY
10am
Anna SingerANNA SINGER with essential classics, NPR news and weather
Lynn WarfelLYNN WARFEL
11am
Mindy RatnerMINDY RATNER
12pm
Anna SingerANNA SINGER serves up your requests on Classical Cafe
1pm
Anna SingerANNA SINGER with essential classics, NPR news and weather
SATURDAY AT THE OPERA The Metropolitan Opera and other great Opera productions by Pittsburgh Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, LA Opera and San Francisco Opera.
Lynn WarfelLYNN WARFEL
2pm
Julie AmacherJULIE AMACHER
3pm
4pm
Lynn WarfelLYNN WARFEL
Mindy RatnerMINDY RATNER
5pm
A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION
with GARRISON KEILLOR
6pm
7pm
 
Stephen BaumPERFORMANCE IN PITTSBURGH with STEPHEN BAUM
SYMPHONYCAST
with ALLISON YOUNG

Bob ChristiansenBOB CHRISTIANSEN
8pm
Elena SeeELENA SEE
Bob ChristiansenBOB CHRISTIANSEN
Jim CunninghamPITTSBURGH SYMPHONY with JIM CUNNINGHAM
9pm
Bill McLaughlinEXPLORING MUSIC with BILL McLAUGHLIN
10pm
Elena SeeBob ChristiansenScott BlankenshipWard Jacobson
ELENA SEE, BOB CHRISTIANSEN, SCOTT BLANKENSHIP, WARD JACOBSON
Valerie KahlerVALERIE KAHLER
11pm
1am
Scott BlankenshipSCOTT BLANKENSHIP
6am

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WQED is proud to partner with Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield to cover important health topics. "Living With Mental Illness" explores diagnosis, treatment and ending the stigma associated with behavioral health issues. The "Men & Cancer" and "Women & Cancer" series reports on early detection and the latest treatment of cancers most commonly associated with men and women.

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  • WQED first told her story in "Portraits for the Home Front." Now the legacy of Elizabeth Black continues in a new documentary.