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The Environment Report's Rebecca Williams traveled to Isle Royale to meet the researchers who have been watching how wolves and moose interact for 54 years. The research project is the longest continuous study of any predator-prey system in the world.

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Speak Up! Speak Out! is a radio broadcast committed to peace, justice, and non-violence.

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Nine features about the health effects of living near the industrial Rubbertown neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky.

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A micro-podcast about the lives and experiences of people who have my name.

Caption: Shelby Gonzales with a saw-whet owl, Credit: Kate Nicoletti
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In this bite-size segment, WTIP North Shore Community Radio contributor Shelby Gonzalez explores the great outdoors with a sense of humor and a nose for strange stories, odd critters, and unusual pursuits.

  • From: WTIP
  • Updated: Jan 30, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 05:48
Caption: Gioia Timpanelli
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Sound is our first and primal sense and we live our lives bombarded with news, yet the stories we are missing – stories that not only entertain and inform, but feed and transform us- are harder to come by in today's fast media. Story Traveler is a weekly 5 minute story series, produced and broadcast by Gioia Timpanelli, one of the founders of the world wide storytelling revival, telling contemporary stories and world folk tales with local diversity and universal humanity. These radio programs are the here and now of the unscripted storytelling art, with stories from everywhere in the world - stories for the heart to hear and the mind to imagine.

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Fun, entertaining, science-based radio show exploring critical issues regarding our natural world.

Caption: Construction workers in Pune, India.
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These short stories examine how life in India is changing rapidly, through the lens of how women are dressing. With the massive influx of Information Technology and its presence in the subcontinent, India is at a crossroads of old-world and modernity; this is expressed and often evident through physical adornment. Women, especially, are important to observe and document since they are often the leaders in ornamental customs. Women have strong traditions of adornment practices, and their stories, passed from mother to daughter, are changing in the process. Their stories, some centuries old, are told in this series.

Caption: A mother and her son in Yunnan province
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3 decades after China's implementation of strict family planning policies, individuals and communities struggle with the outcomes of those policies including staggering gender imbalances, and the clashing demands of traditional culture and policy rules.

  • From: Jennifer Dunn
  • Updated: Feb 01, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 06:47
Caption: State of Opportunity from Michigan Radio
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What can be done to break the cycle of poverty and improve opportunities for the most disadvantaged children?

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Interviews and music with some of the leading names in music from the world of jazz -- and even a little bit beyond. Hosted by Mark E Hayes of WDNA Miami and Passing Notes. New episodes most weeks.

  • From: Mark Hayes
  • Updated: Feb 04, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 23:05
Caption: Passing Notes
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Reviews and interviews about books, music, film and whatever else comes along. New episodes weekly.

  • From: Mark Hayes
  • Updated: Feb 04, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 05:10
Caption: Michael Scharf
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"Talking Foreign Policy" is a one-hour radio program, hosted by CWRU Law Professor Michael Scharf, in which experts discuss the salient foreign policy issues of the day.

Caption: Joe Bev hears voices in his ears., Credit: Lorie B. Kellogg
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Original radio theater comedy and tributes to classic comedians.

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A series that will cover photogrpahy at a entry level. The aim will be to give people the information to help them properly utilize the tools.

  • From: Dave Cook
  • Updated: Feb 07, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:32
Caption: A Way To Garden with Margaret Roach
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A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach is a 24-minute-30-second weekly program, produced by WHDD/Robin Hood Radio in Sharon, CT. The show offers what host Margaret Roach calls “horticultural how-to and ‘woo-woo’,” combining practical gardening advice with the invocation to connect to nature and the bigger picture that gardening can offer. An expert guest joins her each week to discuss a seasonally relevant topic.

Caption: John Neufeld
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Award winning author John Neufeld's comments on current stories in the political arena

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Finding modern America in its people.

  • From: You're U.S.
  • Updated: Feb 09, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 09:37
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Folk River is the intersection of folk music, politics, society and culture.

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The Harvest explores the realm of auditory expression, gathering a varied crop of creativity and experimentation. As you listen, you will be exposed to anything but the expected.

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A series of stories that explore love and relationships in the lives of young people who are taking their first steps in this arena.

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If you could go back, where would you go? The Place + Memory Project celebrates those places from our pasts that made their mark on us—but no longer exist. Through collected memories, we’re recreating a landscape of places we don’t want to forget, because they say something about who we are.

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The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program (AZYEP) believes youth have an important voice and the community needs to listen. We broadcast more than five hours a week on our community radio station, KDNK in Carbondale, CO.

  • From: KDNK
  • Updated: Feb 13, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 16:15
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A show about the ensembles that make classical music.

  • From: Don Maue
  • Updated: Feb 13, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 13:24
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Modern day college students have access to more music than any generation before them. With all of these options, which artists are making the biggest impact and influencing our tastes?

  • From: Alex Horell
  • Updated: Feb 14, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 04:55
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InstruMental is a discussion of contemporary instrumental music, particularly solo acoustic guitar.

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A multi-part series from the Fronteras Changing America Desk on the broken parts of our immigration system and the prospects for reform.

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Latin America has been overwhelmingly Catholic for centuries, but that's changing, and Guatemala is leading the way, as Latin America's Evangelical frontier. Available as a half-hour piece or in abridged form as three 5-6 minute features.

  • From: Jesse Dukes
  • Updated: Feb 14, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 11:47
Caption: Artwork by Richard Creps
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Richard Paul Poethig was born in 1925 and grew up in the tenements of Yorkville in Manhattan. In 26 episodes, Richard tells the story of his journey from his working-class roots to his ordination as a Presbyterian minister. The recordings of Richard reading his memoir are mixed with music that punctuates the humor and drama of his story.

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Audio pictures of each season created by the unique sounds, music variety, and unusual facts associated with each time of year.