APM Celebrates is our unique package of programs for holidays and more.

From annual listener favorites like The Splendid Table's "Turkey Confidential", to classical music specials, to new offerings that explore everything from transportation trends to personal history and grief, APM Celebrates offers something for every audience and occasion.

The Hurricane Tapes

The Hurricane Tapes investigates a brutal triple homicide in the USA in the 1960s for which the boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter was twice convicted, alongside a local teenager named John Artis. Two BBC reporters set out to explore the life of the boxer and have discovered a world of bitter accusations and unanswered questions.

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Rachmaninov's All-Night Vigil

This spiritual, haunting Vespers program is an a cappella setting of texts taken from the Russian Orthodox All-Night Vigil ceremony.

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Regions of the Heart

Regions of the Heart, a national special for Mental Health Month, will explore the ways classical music and musicians have sought to address mental health through their chosen art form.

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Valor and Victory

Audiences will hear music that reflects the way in which classical music contributed to daily morale, celebrations and commemorations associated with World War Two.

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Alone Together

Join Cantus for Alone Together, a special program highlighting mental health topics including depression and anxiety. The program is a collaboration with Call To Mind.

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Performance Today's Classical Critters

Performance Today's Classical Critters is a sixty-minute romp through classical music about and inspired by our animal friends

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Just Eat It: Why food waste matters

"Just Eat It" presents the environmental challenges of food production and waste in a way that entertains and inspires change, rather than guilt.

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How We Survive: Adapting to Climate Change

This one hour special from Marketplace, led by Molly Wood, explores the role of technology in helping humanity weather the impacts of climate change.

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