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Remembering Phil Woods

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The jazz saxophone legend passed away this week and WVIA will honor his legacy by re-broadcasting a TV Special.

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Indian Summers

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The British arrive at their summer headquarters in northern India.

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Arthur & George: Episode 3

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Sir Arthur and Woodie close in on the Wyrley Ripper. But have they found their man?

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WVIA FM Interview with the NEPA Philharmonic

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Larry Vojtko speaks with NEPA Philharmonic director Lawrence Loh about the upcoming season opener "Destination New York City"

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Barry and Mary Hannigan, Piano and Flute

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Sunday, October 11th, 2015 at 3pm.

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WVIA at the 2015 Scranton Jazz Festival

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Friday, August 14, Saturday, August 15 and Sunday August 16 in Downtown Scranton

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Bourbon & Bliss - Homegrown Music Sessions

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Expanded to a quartet, the group makes their first Homegrown Music appearance with their enjoyable original music

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WVIA-FM's Larry Vojtko to Perform in Local Production of "South Pacific"

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at the Music Box Dinner Theater Playhouse in Swoyersville

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Ms. Funke Goes To Washington

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WVIA-FM's Erika Funke was chosen as guest speaker at a symposium on Czech artist Vojen Wilhelm Cech "Colini"

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Motown 25

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Airs Saturday, June 20th at 9p on WVIA-TV

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