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Producer/Host: Tim Hagney Hydrotherapy
Producer/Host: Larry Dansinger Altruism
Producer/Host: Tim Hagney Medicinal mushrooms
Producer/Host: Larry Dansinger Self-Interest
Producer/Host: Tim Hagney Cinchona
Producer/Host: Larry Dansinger How Bad Are Bananas?
Producer/Host: Sarah O’Malley Hornworms
Producer/Host: Tim Hagney Cholesterol
Producer/Host: Jim Campbell Have you or someone you know gotten a replacement credit card way before your current one was supposed to run out? Wonder why? Here are a couple of possible reasons.
Producer/Host: Carolyn Coe Topic: Israeli industrial settlements Factories, even those forced to stop operating inside Israel because of their poor environmental records, have relocated to the occupied Palestinian Territory (oPT). These illegal factories’ industrial wastewater has polluted Palestinian streams and farmland, and their smokestacks have created dark clouds of dust particles over Palestinian towns. Public […]
Producer/Host: Larry Dansinger Middle East Muddle
Producer/Host: Sarah O’Malley Lobster Mushrooms
Producer/Host: Anu Dudley Othala, Rune of Kinship
Producer/Host: Jim Bahoosh EEMS
Producer/Host: Jim Campbell The Internet of Things is rapidly becoming a part of our daily lives, not just digitally but in the things we interact with every day from cars to thermostats. But just what is The Internet of Things and what potential promise – and problems – does it offer? Listen up.
Producer/Host: Amy Browne We check in with Ron Huber, Executive Director of Friends of Penobscot Bay, for an update on that group’s efforts to determine what was left behind on the shoreline near GAC chemical in Searsport, by generations of industry there. We also talk with DEP spokesperson Jessamine Logan for a response to Huber’s […]
Producer/Host: Tim Hagney Magnesium phosphate
Producer/Host: Amy Browne Rebroadcast of a segment of the WERU Special on the Searsport dredging controversy that originally aired at 10am on 8/25/14
Producer/Host: Amy Browne Studio Engineer: Joel Mann The US Army Corps of Engineers and Maine DOT are proposing a dredging project in Searsport Harbor that would result in nearly a million cubic yards of materials being dumped in Penobscot Bay near Islesboro. The project would deepen and widen the shipping channel. Supporters say that would […]
Producer/Host: R.W. Estela Engineer: Allison Watters