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Gather the family for film music your kids will enjoy, The Score in July (7/16 @ 10a and 6p)

How to Train Your Dragon
https://www.amazon.com/Train-Your-Dragon-Dean-DeBlois/dp/B079J3XK9Y

A dragon, a gremlin or a fantastic beast - unusual pets and animal companions for your child. Gather around for some fun family listening.

7/2 American Fireworks Bright and beautiful, big and bold. We are celebrating the birth of this country with music from films that make you proud to be American. We'll include First Man, Independence Day, Forrest Gump, Rocky, Remember the Titans, and a few more.

7/9 Golden Age of Hollywood - The Sirens This week host Edmund Stone brings you the golden voices of the Sirens of the Silver Screen, a look and listen to some of the greatest female vocalists of the Golden Age of Hollywood. Music from Mitzi Gaynor in South Pacific, Doris Day in The Man Who Knew Too Much, a tribute to Billie Holiday, Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffanys and much more.

7/16 He Followed Me Home, Can I Keep Him? This week we unleash the fun for a walk on the wild - and slightly weird-side celebrating unusual pets and animal companions. Soar with Toothless from How To Train Your Dragon, marvel at the magical menagerie in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Gremlins teaches us to never, ever feed Gizmo the Mogwai after midnight.

7/23 Going Global Host Edmund Stone presents a musical adventure as he travels the globe with music from films that reflect musical arts from around the world. Revel in the exotic sounds of Life of Pi and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and explore cultures through the authentic instrumentation in Black Panther, Coco, and more.

7/30 AI - Artificial Intelligence This week it's time to think outside the box at how Hollywood has portrayed Artificial Intelligence. You'll hear music from classic films such as Metropolis and 2001: A Space Odyssey, favorites including Alien and Star Wars, and brand new shows Matrix Resurrections and Star Trek: Picard.

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