Roadrunners

Roadrunners

  New Mexico’s state bird is famous as a cartoon character, but what’s the real deal with roadrunners?  The Children’s Hour kids crew interview Dr. Christopher Witt from the Museum of Southwestern Biology about our the legendary roadrunner. We also […]

Language & Learning

Language & Learning

The kids and Katie Stone interviewed bilingual authors Ana Baca and Anna Nogar about writing books in multiple languages. Plus the show featured Sean Etigson and the Full Circle Singers from Bosque School, who will explored the Bard, William Shakespeare […]

Live From The Fantasy Garden

Live From The Fantasy Garden

The Children’s Hour broadcasted live from the Fantasy Garden at the ABQ Botanic Gardens. “The Bug Guy” Jason Schaller, brought critters from the Bugarium, seed specialist Anne Scott, and Biopark horticulturalist Sarah Gendron talked about seeds and what to plant right […]

Looking For Nature

Looking For Nature

Do you love looking for nature? Then you’re ready for the City Nature Challenge which is happening around the world April 26 – 29, 2019! Laurel Ladwig explains how citizen scientists just like you help collect the data we need […]

Live From The Taylor Ranch Library

Live From The Taylor Ranch Library

We broadcast live from the Taylor Ranch Library in Albuquerque. Albuquerque’s former poet laureate Hakim Bellamy shared poetry with us. We also heard from the Taylor Ranch librarians about what’s happening at the library this spring. And we had musical […]

Whistles And Flutes

Whistles And Flutes

On this episode of The Children’s Hour, we explore whistles and flutes through stories, poetry and music, with special guests Crawford McCallum, Enid Howarth, and flutist Ingrid Berg. With music by Andrew Bird, Billy Kelly, Maria Muldaur, Mouth Music & […]

Music Lessons

Music Lessons

It’s never too late to learn a new instrument, but it’s also not too early with programs that cater to kids. We’ll find out about two of them in New Mexico: UNM’s Music Prep School in Albuquerque, and the Santa […]

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