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OKC Metro

Final Metro: Col. James Wilhite, 211 Oklahoma (27:45)

Due to budget cuts, this is our final production of OKC Metro. We look at the war in Afghanistan through the eyes of Colonel James Wilhite. He tells us how he, and others, "Answered the Call" to serve this country in a place very far away and in very dire straits. We'll also tell you about a wonderful statewide referral center that helps Oklahomans "get connected." And we'll say a final "goodbye" to YOU for the last time...

Originally broadcast on June 26, 2010

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OKC Metro

Red Earth, OKC Parks, Carolyn Hart, EMMY nominations (27:45)

We give you details about one of the country's premiere Native American Cultural festivals. If you're looking for a great place to spend time with your kids, we'll tell you how to get the most out of Oklahoma City's public parks. And if you want to "chill out" with a good book, we'll introduce you to a metro author who just "loves" a good mystery. And we share big news about two EMMY nominations for OKC Metro!

Originally broadcast on June 12, 2010

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OKC Metro

AARP, Generation Y, OKC CoCo (27:44)

Our topics are money, unemployment, debt, and new ways of doing business. We talk about the strain put on workers over the age of fifty, many of whom have recently lost their jobs. Then we visit with a consumer credit counselor about the warning signs that "Generation Y" is drowning in debt. And finally, we tell you how a new co-working collaborative may be the "next big thing" in business.

Originally broadcast on June 5, 2010

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OKC Metro

Aerospace, Charlie Christian, [Artspace] at Untitled, Carolyn Hill (27:45)

We look at the 12-billion dollar impact the aerospace industry has on our state. For jazz fans, we give you the scoop on the Charlie Christian Jazz Festival, and meet the author of a wonderful new book about Christian's life and music. We also get a peek at a great exhibit at Artspace at Untitled. And we bid a fond farewell to a metro woman who advocated for the arts all her life.

Originally broadcast on May 22, 2010

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OKC Metro

Stroke Awareness, DRS Visual Services, Richard Rush (27:45)

We tell you about the five major warning signs of stroke and meet a stroke survivor. Then we introduce you to two "differently-abled" guests who serve people with vision difficulties, but neither of them lets their own blindness slow them down. And the recently-retired President of the State Chamber of Commerce offers his view of what Oklahoma needs to do to grow its economy.

Originally broadcast on May 8, 2010

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OKC Metro

Sandy Coats, Oklahoma School of Science & Math (27:44)

U.S. Attorney Sandy Coats talks about his commitment to protecting children, and how the 1995 bombing of the Murrah Building changed his life. Dr. Edna Manning with the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics tells us about the astounding success rate of OSSM students.

Originally broadcast on May 1, 2010

http://video.oeta.tv/okc_metro/Metro_042410.flv OKC Metro
OKC Metro

Catholic Charities, Red Earth Museum (27:44)

An old church is bringing new hope to homeless women in south Oklahoma City, and one of this country's finest Native American art collections can be seen at the Red Earth Museum in Oklahoma City.

Originally broadcast on April 24, 2010

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OKC Metro

OKC Zoo, OKC Festival of the Arts, DRS Award (27:45)

The new multi-million dollar Children's Zoo is now open at the Oklahoma City Zoo. We also have the latest on the annual springtime ritual, the Festival of the Arts. And we share our pride at having won the Excellence in Communication Award from the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services.

Originally broadcast on April 17, 2010

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OKC Metro

Leona Mitchell (24:00)

The remarkable Leona Mitchell joins us for the full half-hour. Mitchell's brilliant soprano took the opera world by storm in 1973. She shares stories of growing up in Enid, singing in her father's church, traveling the world, and winning nearly every accolade possible by one performer.

Originally broadcast on April 3, 2010

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OKC Metro

Jim Barnes, Jeanetta Calhoun Mish, Kenneth Hada (27:44)

Oklahoma's Poet Laureate tells us why he believes poetry is still vital in our high-tech, fast-moving society. Poets, Jeanetta Calhoun Mish and Kenneth Hada, tell us about the Scissortail Creative Writing Festival, held each year at East Central University in Ada.

Originally broadcast on March 27, 2010