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The latest from WHYY's radio programming
- WHYY Holiday Guide Celebrate the season with classic holiday television shows and radio programs. Browse our schedule for a complete listing of timeless traditions and new favorites.
- Why did the chicken cross the world? Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — There are three times as many chickens as people on Earth. But the fowl didn’t always play such a central role in dinner or in the world’s food supply. [...]
- The Teenage Brain: What's Going on In There? Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — WRemember those painful teenage years – the emotional rollercoaster, the physical changes? For parents and kids, living through [...]
- Desire, Craving and Addiction Voices in the Family — Desire is a natural part of life, but what happens when desire becomes an insatiable craving? Whether it is drugs, alcohol, too much food or even sex, there's a line that can be crossed into addiction.
- Do plants need to be buried alive this winter? You Bet Your Garden — Do grape vines and roses need to be completely covered in soil to survive the winter? Why some people’s plants really DO need to be buried alive to thrive. Plus, host Mike McGrath speaks with Abby Eisenhart from the Arbor Day Foundation about their efforts to shore up New Jersey with tons of trees.
- NASA Halts New Horizens' Hibernation Skytalk — The Geminid Meteor Shower peaks Friday; earliest sunsets of 2014 will occur over the next few days; NASA Orion launch ; and New Horizons wakes up. [...]
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