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The latest from WHYY's radio programming
- Understanding hemp as a legal crop with "Organic Cowboy," Doug Fine Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — As the widely contested legalization of marijuana in the United States is increasingly making headlines, pot's non-psychoactive cousin, hemp, became legal earlier this year. The Agricultural Act of 2014 allows for 13 states' universities and [...]
- The legacy of toxic dumping in Toms River Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — When chemical companies came to the New Jersey town of Toms River in the 1950s, the community saw good job prospects and a boom for the economy. In fact, over [...]
- How and why we laugh Voices in the Family — Humor unites us - we connect with other people through laughter, and share collective struggles and confusions. It offers uncensored insights into our unconscious. Studies say that laughter can lengthen our lives and sharpen our cognition, but why do we laugh?
- Did this miserable winter wipeout mildew and blight? You Bet Your Garden — Mike McGrath chats with listeners about tamarind trees, how to build and fill a raised bed garden, how to plant for privacy, the best way to get rid of ivy, maintaining a daffodil display, the importance of rotating or mixing crops, a rose care regime and whether [...]
- Take a break from taxing matters Skytalk — Lunar Eclipse late tonight/early tomorrow - First of two lunar eclipses this year. The October 8th eclipse is less favorable for us in the Northeast, (moon sets during totality at sunrise) but will be completely visible on the west coast. Most important eclipse to for us to know about is the total solar of 2017 Aug 21.
Listen: On Canvas
Michael Martin Murphey is featured this week on On Canvas. Elisabeth Perez Luna reports »