Explore a world of ideas through a wide variety of thought-provoking public radio programs.
Join us for The Idea Hour every Sunday afternoon at 3:00 on WPSU-FM. You’ll hear documentaries from NPR news and independent producers and occasional series like:
- America Abroad hosted by Ray Suarez
- American Radio Works from American Public Media
- Radio Lab from WNYC featuring NPR reporter Robert Krulwich
- Intelligence Squared NPR’s series of debates on important issues
We’ll delve into politics, science, the arts, and more, in programs ranging from investigative journalism to audio art.
Check this page for schedule updates, as we may adjust The Idea Hour schedule to accommodate timely programs.
RADIO LAB: Where am I?
Examination of the bond between brain and body, and a look at what happens when it breaks.
RADIO LAB: (So-called) Life
A look at how modern engineers tinker with living things.
RADIO LAB: Stress
A long hard look at the body’s system for getting out of trouble.
RADIO LAB: Zoos
Radiolab goes to the zoo to ask what’s with our need to get close to “wildness”.
RADIO LAB: Sperm
Basic questions and profound thoughts about reproduction.