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 […]

Chamber Music And Molly of Denali

Chamber Music And Molly of Denali

This week on The Children’s Hour, learn about chamber music from Leanne DeVane from the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. How is chamber music different from symphonies, and are kids really welcome at concerts? Listen for composer jokes and music […]

Fathers Day

Fathers Day

This week on The Children’s Hour, we’re honoring all the dads, grandpas, stepdads, and men who make a difference in kids lives. With great music, a poetry, and stories about our own dads. Just in time for Father’s Day, tune […]

Screentime

Screentime

How much screentime is too much for kids? This week on The Children’s Hour we explore digital devices, addiction, and kids. Our crew discuss their own use of screens, and what they think about how they use their devices.  Dr. […]

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 […]

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