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The latest from WHYY's radio programming
- Vote Now! Public Media Madness: PBS vs. NPR It's time for a little MADNESS: PBS- and NPR-style! Who is the greatest and most dominant personality in all of public media? A King or Queen will be crowned, but only if made possible by support from voters like YOU!
- Pennsylvania's dog law and canine cognition Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — Pennsylvania has a new Dog Law Director. KRISTEN DONMOYER has been appointed to oversee dog welfare across the Keystone state, including those in its 2,200 kennels. Pennsylvania was once called the [...]
- What women want when it comes to sex Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — [From the Radio Times archives] When it comes to traditional ideas about sex, we've tended to see men as being hard-wired to roam and play the field. Women, on the [...]
- How others' stories change our own Voices in the Family — Whether we know it or not, hearing someone else's story changes us. And telling our own story does even more. But the two together add a dimension that enables growing a greater empathy for others on the deepest level, and puts us in closer contact with our own lives.
- Have a beautiful lawn, naturally You Bet Your Garden — One of the biggest myths in America is that lawns need to be chemically drenched to look good. Mike McGrath reveals the timings that make two light feedings all that any turf requires. Plus answers to an especially large selection of your growing questions.
- Winter ahead â€” Fall back! Skytalk — Can you BELIEVE it! - Switch to Daylight Saving Time this Sunday at 2:00 a.m. Tomorrow is Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras end of celebratory events that began on or about Epiphany) and Wednesday is Ash Wednesday. Generally speaking, [...]
Listen: On Canvas
The Waterboys are featured this week on On Canvas. Elisabeth Perez Luna reports »