November 12, 1998
Vol. 18 No. 4

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    On the air

    Broadcasts of the University of Chicago Presents concerts on WFMT classical radio station in Chicago have been made possible by a grant from the Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation. The foundation was established in 1985 to support artistic and cultural endeavors.

    The upcoming season will be recorded with the intention to broadcast the concerts next year. Meanwhile, last season’s concerts have been scheduled for broadcast at 4 p.m. on WFMT Sunday Afternoons as follows: The King’s Noyse, Nov. 15; Anonymous 4, Dec. 20; Chanticleer, Jan. 10; Takacs Quartet, Feb. 7; The Harp Consort, March 21; and the Miami String Quartet, May 23.

    National Geographic EXPLORER joins Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno in the Sahara Desert on a new dig. Watch to see what secrets this dinosaur graveyard reveals on “Colossal Claw.”

    EXPLORER airs from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, on TBS Superstation.