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 […]

Earthquakes & Volcanoes

Earthquakes & Volcanoes

This week on The Children’s Hour, it’s not earth shattering information that earthquakes and volcanoes are among the most destructive events on our planet. Join us for an exploration of the science behind them with Dr. Mousumi Roy professor of […]

Unappreciated Animals

Unappreciated Animals

Does an animal have to be adorable to be appreciated? This week on The Children’s Hour, we’re covering unappreciated animals.  How do commonly animals like snakes, bugs, lizards and others fit into the web of life? Our friend Bethany Dunn, […]

Live At The Outpost

Live At The Outpost

This week on The Children’s Hour, in a live broadcast from The Outpost Performance Space in Albuquerque, we feature musical guests, Eileen & The In-Betweens, kid comedian Ian Marquez, Maxi the singing chihuahua, and so much more. The Children’s Hour […]

Two Of A Kind Mini Concert

Two Of A Kind Mini Concert

On this edition of The Children’s Hour, the award winning children’s musical duo Two of A Kind perform a mini concert live in our Sunspot Solar Studio. The band tells stories through music, movement, humor and audience participation, covering themes like […]

Birthdays

Birthdays

This week on The Children’s Hour, we explore birthdays. Birthdays are celebrated in many different ways, but some traditions cross cultural boundaries. The Kids Crew explore birthdays around the world, and find out the story behind the famous Happy Birthday […]

Radio Astronomy

Radio Astronomy

This week on The Children’s Hour, in a galaxy far, far away, we can tell there’s a black hole at its center. We know this because of the Very Large Array, a huge radio telescope in central New Mexico that […]

Summer Birds

Summer Birds

Learn about the summer birds of the Rio Grande Valley with our young naturalist friend, Adya Radcliffe and Laurel Ladwig, a graduate student in the UNM Dept. of Geography & Environmental Studies. Then, hear from 4th graders who spent a […]

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