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Composers Datebook
Weekdays at 1:58 PM; Weekdays and Weekends at 9:58 PM on WRTI HD-2
Tune in every afternoon for this two-minute feature, with host John Birge, noting significant or intriguing musical events involving composers of the past and present—with music related to each.

Weekdays at 7:15 AM
Rise and shine with marches by a variety of composers including John Philip Sousa at the stroke of 7:15 every weekday morning. Join the Sousalarm Club and receive an official member certificate from host John T.K. Scherch! Fill out this form today to request a day and time for membership induction. Don't forget to include your name and postal address!

Weekdays at 7:40 AM and 3:40 PM
Announcer Billy Henry shares enlightening facts about astronomy from the McDonald Observatory at the University of Texas. Listen to daily features here.

Breakfast with Bach
Weekdays at 8:04 AM
Here's a delicious side dish to your morning muffin and coffee. By popular demand, WRTI brings you music by Johann Sebastian Bach weekday mornings after the 8:00 NPR news. Enjoy your daily helping of the "King of Baroque" every day, presented by host John T.K. Scherch. "It is the special province of music to move the heart." —J.S. Bach

The Morning Mediation—Music for Calm, Hope, and Renewal
Weekdays at 11 AM
In these times of uncertainty, we are reminded of the importance of music. It’s a source of solace and inspiration like no other. We turn to music to reflect and help us understand the most fundamental thing of all — ourselves. In response, WRTI dedicates one moment each weekday at 11 AM for a special selection for calm, hope, and renewal. Listen to the comforting and joyful sounds of the finest choral masterpieces, beloved reveries and adagios, and songs for quiet contemplation and lifting the spirit,

Midday Mozart
Weekdays at 1PM
Need some extra cheer during the workday? How about a little Mozart? We bring you a Mozart favorite every weekday a little after 1 PM, except for Wednesdays when we present At Your Request. Midday Mozart is the perfect pick-me-up to ward off those post-lunch doldrums. So be sure to join us for a breath of fresh air!"I choose such notes that love one another."—Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Weekdays at 5:05 PM
Every weekday, as afternoon closes and the evening begins, we celebrate music composed for film and television in Flix@5. From Bernard Hermann’s iconic Hitchcock scores and Ennio Morricone’s unforgettable Westerns, to Rachel Portman’s and John Williams’ signature soundtracks from the ‘80s to today, there’s something in the mix for every cinematic fan.