Matt Bingay

Assistant General Manager, Programming / All Things Considered Host

Matt Bingay is Assistant General Manager for Programming on WMRA and WEMC and the local host for All Things Considered.

Matt began working for WMRA as a student at James Madison University in 1992.  And except for a brief year at New Hampshire Public Radio in Concord, Matt has spent the majority of his public radio career at WMRA.

Matt is also an amateur violist and guitarist, has played soccer since grade school (and still plays today), is always reading something (fiction and non-fiction), has a few marathons under his belt and loves living in the Shenandoah Valley.

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Black Lung and the Law

Dec 13, 2012

Attorney Tim MacDonnell says his clinic’s clients are some of the hardest working, most dedicated people he has ever met. And MacDonnell says, it is because of that dedication that those people are now, "dying by inches."

Radiolab: Colors

Jul 27, 2012
<a href="http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=12340&picture=rainbow-angel-blend">Rainbow Angel Blend</a> by Alexander Leontakianakos

Coming Up Saturday, July 28th at 4pm on the next Radiolab.

To what extent is color a physical thing in the physical world, and to what extent is it created in our minds?

Landov

NPR is gearing up for the Summer Games in London!

The Opening Ceremony isn't until July 27th, but our coverage on the preparations is underway, from London, the U.S., and around the world.

We're profiling athletes, talking with coaches and visiting with the competitors' families and supporters. And once the games begin, you'll get all the action in London. Morning Edition and All Things Considered will continue to follow the latest trends and hottest controversies, and meet people whose stories bring the triumph and heartbreak of the games to life.

Stochasticity

Jul 13, 2012
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Coming up Saturday, July 14th at 4pm on the next Radiolab.

Stochasticity (a wonderfully slippery and smarty-pants word for randomness), may be at the very foundation of our lives.

NPR's TED Radio Hour presents:Africa: The Next Chapter

In the early days of our nation, July Fourth wasn’t an official holiday at all. In fact, it wasn’t until 1938 that it became a paid day-off. So how did the Fourth become the holiest day on our secular calendar?

Plan B Broadway is presenting a benefit concert for WMRA, Friday, July 27, 4pm to 11pm.

The benefit concert currently includes artists Doug Alan Wilcox, Jeremy Staubus, Eileen EdmondsLaura K. Balke and Chatham Street.

Ghost Stories

Jun 25, 2012
<a href="http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=18133&picture=shadow-of-the-head">Shadow Of The Head</a> by Jiri Hodan

Coming Up Saturday, June 30th at 4p.

Ghosts, ghouls, shades from the past ... in this episode of Radiolab, real-life people try to pin down, and make peace with, mysterious figures that haunt them, prod them, and fade out of existence.

When Brains Attack!

Jun 23, 2012

In this episode of Radiolab, strange stories of brains that lead their owners astray, knock them off balance, and, sometimes, propel them to do amazing things.

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