Christmas is a time of traditions, and over the years, NPR has created a few traditions of its own. In this hour-long special: wistfulness, joy, doubt, and hope, all summoned up in memorable stories from the NPR broadcast archives.
Airs December 20 at 6am on 93.9FM and NJPR; Airs December 21 at 8pm on AM 820
Baxter Black ponders the meaning of Christmas for cows, Bailey White sneaks into her neighbor’s yard in search of an elusive hemlock tree, and Julie Zickefoose serenades her neighbors on the coldest night of the year. Hosted by Lynn Neary.