The Two-Way
8:07 am
Wed May 9, 2012

County Judge Overturns Small Claims Hybrid Judgment Against Honda

Heather Peters and her 2006 Honda Civic hybrid. She went to court over its disappointing mileage.
Reed Saxon AP

Originally published on Wed May 9, 2012 8:23 am

It was a story about the little guy taking on the big, multinational corporation on equal footing: Heather Peters, a California woman, took Honda to small claims court claiming her hybrid Civic wasn't getting the gas mileage promised on the window sticker.

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Latin America
8:03 am
Wed May 9, 2012

Mexican Crime Reporters Risk Becoming The Story

A woman lights a candle during a tribute to slain Mexican journalists at the Monument of Independence in Mexico City on May 5. The vigil took place to protest violence against the press after the brutal murders of four journalists in Veracruz state.
Sashenka Gutierrez EPA/Landov

Originally published on Thu May 10, 2012 4:37 am

Mexico is reeling from another round of brutal murders of journalists. Four journalists and photographers who covered the police beat have been killed in eastern Mexico's crime-ridden state of Veracruz.

There's a new call for the federal government to take measures to protect journalists in a country where more and more reporters censor themselves out of fear.

The ceremony to remember the most recent killings took place last weekend in Mexico City on the steps of the Monument of Independence between statues depicting peace and law.

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A Prairie Home Companion on HPPR

A Prairie Home Companion has been entertaining live audiences since 1974, featuring comedy sketches, music, and Garrison Keillor's signature monologue, "The News from Lake Wobegon."

http://prairiehome.publicradio.org/

Silver Rails

Step aboard the Saturday afternoon train to music of the world in the folk tradition.  Live from HPPR’s studios, Debra Bolton and Lynn Boitano bring you Americana, world, bluegrass, acoustic blues, traditional and contemporary music performed in the folk tradition. You’ll hear songs and tunes from your own back yard and the distant reaches of the world.  

Sinfonia on HPPR

As part of our dedication to timeless music, High Plains Public Radio continues to bring you classical music every weekday afternoon. National hosts Valerie Kahler and Julie Amacher bring decades of classical music background to the show, plus a wealth of stories and information.

Classical Guitar Alive on HPPR

Classical Guitar Alive!  will be back on the air November 3rd.

Tony Morris is heard each week by radio listeners of over 200 stations across the United States, and world-wide via internet broadcasts as the host of the Classical Guitar Alive! program. The program enthusiastically promotes classical guitar-related music, performers and composers from many nationalities and cultures while integrating the work of American composers and performers.

http://www.guitaralive.org/

Western Swing & Other Things

Marshal Allen Bailey & Cowgirl Janey

Sunday Baroque on HPPR

Sunday Baroque features Baroque and early music written before 1750. Composers such as Bach, Vivaldi, and Handel were the cornerstones of this era, with favorites including The Water Music, Royal Fireworks Music, and the Brandenburg Concertos. Hosted by Suzanne Bona, Sunday Baroque celebrates the current wealth of recorded music with great performances by yesterday's and today's best performers. 

http://www.sundaybaroque.org

Car Talk on HPPR

Click and Clack, the Tappet brothers, diagnose car problems and crack a lot of jokes every week on Car Talk. It's a call-in style show where the long-time mechanics don't know what kind of call they'll get. Callers describe the odd noises and behavior of their cars and the brothers arrive at a diagnosis and give some advice.

http://www.cartalk.com/

High Plains Morning

High Plains Morning is a long-standing tradition at HPPR.  Hosted by Mike Fuller, it is a daily mix of singer-songwriters, folk, jazz, americana, world, reggae, bluegrass, rock and just about anything else that you can think of. Add news from NPR and regional weather reports at the top of each hour, and you have a great way to move your day along. 

Scroll down to view program playlists.  Contact Mike.

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