Friday in the 6 and 8 am hours, StoryCorps features Clara Jean Ester recalling seeing Martin Luther King, Jr.'s final speech in 1968, a day before his assassination.
Friday at 9 am, Karen El-Chaar has birthday tributes to two important figures in American history: Benjamin Franklin and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Friday in the 5 pm hour, NPR's Carrie Johnson reports on civil liberties advocates who say policies enacted in response to the Capitol events could hurt communities of color.
Friday at 6 pm, with many kids not in classrooms right now due to COVID-19 restrictions, TED speakers explore life lessons that teach us far more than any textbook.
Friday at 7 pm, George Libriscz features folk and beyond including new and classic music from Christone "Kingfish" Ingram, Peter Karp, Hot Tuna, Eilen Jewell, and Carly Simon.
Kate Scuffle invites fellow host, Prathysha Kothare from WDIY's TEEN Connect, to talk about her new book "Crooked," a collection of short stories and poems.