FM Schedule Changes Coming in August
Beginning Saturday, August 2 changes are coming to the WHYY-FM programming schedule. Among the changes Ask Me Another returns to WHYY-FM and Q makes its debut.
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The latest from WHYY's radio programming
- Immigration politics and policy update Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — President Obama originally intended to just fund raise in Dallas and Austin for the next two days, but after a week of negotiating, he will be meeting with Republican governor Rick Perry to discuss the recent surge of [...]
- Human trafficking in Thailand's shrimp industry; the state of U.S. aquaculture Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — Thailand is the world's largest exporter of shrimp and the industry is essential to the Thai economy. While many parts of the shrimping business are sophisticated, [...]
- Children of divorce Voices in the Family — Divorce is not just between two parents, but the family's children as well. On this show, we'll speak with Roseanne Vanella, a trained mediator and manages the website familyaffaires.com. We'll also speak with Tara Eisenhard is the author of "The D Word"
- Another way to look at stinging nettle You Bet Your Garden — Mike McGrath explains how to identify and treat brown rot, what pruning techniques can revive your trees, how to eradicate Japanese stilt grass and another way to look at stinging nettle. Plus: Mike speaks with Stacey Hirvela.
- A wrinkle in the fabric of space-time Skytalk — Orbital Carbon Observatory-2- now in orbit will help scientists better understand Earth's carbon cycle, identifying natural and manmade sources and sinks of CO2 with great precision.
Listen: On Canvas
Carolina Chocolate Drops are featured this week on On Canvas. Elisabeth Perez Luna reports »