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The latest from WHYY's original programming
- A reality check on the Benghazi and IRS investigations Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — It's been a rough couple of days for President Obama when it comes to scandal, crisis and politics. On Wednesday, the White House tried to quell criticism over how it [...]
- Peter Edelman on why U.S. is 'So Rich, So Poor' Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — PETER EDELMAN has been working to raise awareness about and fighting to end poverty in the United States for four decades. Touring the Mississippi Delta in 1967 with his boss, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, [...]
- Home-grown potatoes without the digging You Bet Your Garden — Mike McGrath advises his listeners in growing raspberries, the benefits of ants in a home garden, developing soil for a new raised bed, and how to grow potatoes above ground. Plus, Mike speaks with Dr. Phillip Kaufman about unusually large mosquitoes.
- Parenting with a mental illness Voices in the Family — Parenting is not for the faint of heart. Daily demands add up and can be stressful and unnerving. For parents who've been diagnosed with a mental illness, life's ordinary challenges and daily activities can feel extraordinaryâ€”and this can affect the entire family. Psychologist Dan Gottlieb [...]
- Nominate your name to travel to Mars Skytalk — Not as big as the Big Bang, but this Big Blast blows away any other explosion ever seen by astronomers. The supermassive black hole at the core of our Milky Way galaxy is generating more heat than expected. And when NASA's MAVEN mission launches, you can add your name to those going along on the trip.
Listen: On Canvas
Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. performed at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, Delaware and is featured this week on On Canvas. Elisabeth Perez Luna reports »