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holiday programming

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Move over turkey. Step aside stuffing.

Green Bean Casserole, an iconic Thanksgiving dish, turns 60 years old this year and it’s as popular as ever.

Love it or loathe it, the classic Midwestern casserole has come to mean more than just a mashup of processed food sitting next to the mashed potatoes.

A High Plains Thanksgiving: Wednesday at 1 p.m.

Nov 22, 2016

Spend a little time with Stephen Johnson as he hosts an hour of music with songs about tradition, family, home, and cooking.

Share your reflections and your favorite recipes. Call 800-678-7444 during the show, or leave a message on Facebook or here on the web site, to join in the celebration.

This Independence Day, celebrate our country by helping the Capitol Steps make fun of it! You don’t need to be your own publicist to proclaim laughter is exactly what this election needs!

Special Programming this Fourth of July

Jul 2, 2014

This Independence Day, tune in to HPPR for a diversion from the standard weekday public radio fare. Enjoy comedy, farce, and good music with Capitol Steps' Politics Takes a Holiday 4th of July edition and Front Porch Fourth of July with HPPR's own Cindee Talley and Stephen Johnson.

A Centennial Ceremony of Carols: A Benjamin Britten Holiday Celebration celebrates the Britten centennial with a holiday program created in the renowned WGBH Fraser Performance Studio featuring the NEC Chamber Chorus, the New England Conservatory’s elite choral ensemble led by Erica Washburn, along with the NEC Brass Ensemble and the Back Bay Ringers. In addition to the Hymn to the Virgin, the centerpiece of the program will be Britten’s Ceremony of Carols, which will also feature other Britten holiday works and standard carols arranged by Sir David Willcocks.

A one-hour holiday special, hosted by Bill McGlaughlin, featuring medieval and baroque music.

As part of the world-renowned choir’s 25th Anniversary Tour of the US, the Tallis Scholars, with director Peter Phillips, perform a stunning holiday concert exploring themes of love, redemption, and of course, the Nativity in concert at St. Paul Church in Cambridge, Mass.  Presented by the Boston Early Music Festival and hosted by Cathy Fuller.