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Program Information
The Children's Hour
The Children's Hour is Kids Public Radio
Weekly Program
Dr. Rosalia Pacheco as La Llorona, Kids Crew, Katie Stone, and students in Theatre In The Making
 Katie Stone  Contact Contributor
This time on The Children's Hour, we will hear traditional stories that have been passed down through the generations and which teach children a lesson. These are called Folktales.

This episode will feature a performance of the story of La Llorona, told by storyteller Dr. Rosalia Pacheco. Her presentation is possible thanks to a grant from the New Mexico Humanities Council's Speaker's Bureau.

We'll hear more folktales that are very familiar throughout the show, including Abiyoyo, Henny Penny, and The Emperor's New Clothes. Plus we play songs that take our folk tales and set them to music, as well as songs that have been passed down from parents to children for generations.
Katie Stone, Executive Producer
Christina Stella, Producer
The New Mexico Humanities Council Speaker's Bureau supported our presentation of La Llorona.
Breaks can be added at exactly 20:00 and 40:00. To obtain segmented versions of our program, please contact Katie@childrenshour.org

The Children's Hour is a weekly, educational and entertaining public radio program for kids and families. Using excellent music, expert guests, talented kids and a format that is a proven success in growing and keeping listeners of all ages engaged.

The Children's Hour includes kids in all aspects of the production. We're dedicated to filling educational gaps, by focusing on civics, STEM, culture, and performance, using interviews with scientists, astronauts, civil servants, cultural educators, performers and others, and weaving shows together with a wide variety of musical genres.

Kids on our crew and in our community contribute content, design programming, and cohost our shows, live in public venues, and in studio.

We are happy to make station tags. Just reach out to us at info@childrenshour.org

Learn more about us, get photos from our shows, links on our themes, and more at http://ChildrensHour.org

Folktales Download Program Podcast
Passed down through generations, folktales are meant to teach children lessons. Hear many stories, including a presentation of the classic tale of La Llorona as told by renowned storyteller Dr. Rosalia Pacheco.
00:58:00 1 May 16, 2022
Produced at the Sunspot Solar Studio in Albuquerque New Mexico
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