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Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1239
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at the liberal arts.
True Dedication
The Phantom Regiment, a youth organization dedicated to the development of self-esteem and self-reliance, takes music to a whole new level.
Robert Henry - Liberal Arts Are Important Too
Robert Henry, president of Oklahoma City University, discusses why there is more to education than just the core classes.
Mike Misner - Beginning Again
We visit with an accomplished musician who went back to school at Autry Tech so he could continue his life's passion.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1726
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we bring you our swan song as we say our final goodbyes with a little Oklahoma inspired music.
Cain’s Dog Tired Guitar
Local craftsman Roger Cowan makes guitars out of old dance floor boards from the Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Dulcimer: A Distinctive Sound
Master Works owner Russell Cook -- and many other multi-instrumentalists -- believe the dulcimer is by far the easiest instrument to learn.
Oklahoma Horizon Says Farewell
The mission of “Oklahoma Horizon” for the past 12 years has been to share insight into the ever-changing world.
Thank You from Oklahoma Horizon
Twelve years and 650 episodes later, the “Oklahoma Horizon” staff – both past and present – would like to say thank you for the stories and friendships.
Playing From the Heart
Caddo FFA student and fiddler Alex Baker, blinded at a young age, is giving some of country music's greatest a run for their money.
Sharing Music
Students from Israel have been attending Oklahoma City University on a program that helps them attain a college degree while sharing their musical expertise. ...
Playing From the Heart
Value Added: Caddo FFA student and fiddler Alex Baker, blinded at a young age, is giving some of country music's greatest a run for their money.
Playing From the Heart
Value Added: Caddo FFA student and fiddler Alex Baker, blinded at a young age, is giving some of country music's greatest a run for their money.
A-Bar Bunkhouse Band
Consumers aren't only depending on the Armitage family for their dinner, but for entertainment too, from the A-Bar Band.
Flying Cowboy
Across rural America, 89% of all farm income comes from off farm sources. People working 2-3 jobs just to make ends meet. We introduce you to a man who has ...
Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame
Oklahoma's musical heritage is as diverse as our geography. Country-western, jazz, swing, folk, gospel, and rock all make up a sound that is distinctly ...
Books in Harmony with Oklahoma's Musical Heritage
We visit with Authors John Wooley and Hugh Foley about the Oklahoma music scene.
Gene Autry Museum
Born the same year as the birth of our state, Gene Autry created the image of the singing cowboy. We visit the town and museum that carries his namesake.
Red Dirt Rangers
Red Dirt is not just a musical genre, it is also the name of a band, the Red Dirt Rangers. We take a look at this homegrown band that's earned a national ...
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1342
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at Oklahoma’s booming economy and enjoy some tunes from the Medicine Stone Music Festival.
Red Dirt Musicians
Oklahoma-grown musicians Jason Boland and the Stragglers play high-energy, somewhat garage-style honky-tonk music.
Books in Harmony with Oklahoma’s Musical Heritage
Value Added: We visit with authors John Wooley and Hugh Foley about the Oklahoma music scene.