Mentors

Mentors

What is a mentor, and how does having a mentor make a difference in a kid’s life? Learn what mentors do with the time they spend with kids. Big Brothers Big Sisters bring mentors and kids to our studio for […]

Anthropology

Anthropology

What is Anthropology, and how does understanding human evolutionary history help us understand people today? The Children’s Hour celebrates a year on the road exploring what makes us human at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico. Recorded […]

Best of 2019

Best of 2019

On the next episode of The Children’s Hour radio show and podcast, we take a look back at some of our favorite clips and music from 2019. We spoke with New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, author Kwame Alexander, kids […]

Holiday Special

Holiday Special

This week on The Children’s Hour, winter break is here and we’re celebrating with a holiday special. We’ll play some of our favorites Christmas and Hanukkah songs. Hear our favorite holiday story, and dance along with us. We’ve got the […]

Mother Goose

Mother Goose

  This week on The Children’s Hour, we’re going to the goose and she’s not cooked! It’s Mother Goose with her stories, songs and rhymes featuring the band Meri Dean in a live performance at the South Valley Library in […]

Puppets & Jim Henson

Puppets & Jim Henson

The Children’s Hour was broadcast live from the opening of the Jim Henson exhibit at the Albuquerque Museum in Old Town Albuquerque. The kids interviewed Cheryl Henson, Jim’s daughter about growing up on Sesame Street. With live music from KUNM’s […]

Death & Grief

Death & Grief

This week on The Children’s Hour, we explore how kids cope with death and grief. Our Kids Crew interview our friends from the Children’s Grief Center of New Mexico, children’s book Evan & The Skygoats author Vanessa Vassar,  and death […]

Archaeology

Archaeology

This week on The Children’s Hour we go inside the Center for New Mexico Archaeology in Santa Fe, NM. The Kids Crew talk with scientists from the Center,  including anthropologists working in the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture’s Laboratory […]

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