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The latest from WHYY's radio programming
- The Supreme Court: Lethal injections and same-sex marriage Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — The Supreme Court ruled that it is legal to use the controversial drug midazolam in executions. The drug was part of the protocol in last year’s botched lethal injection execution of Clayton Lockett.
- When Tree Roots are Up to No Good You Bet Your Garden — When tree roots grow into a sewer line it’s only a matter of time before your basement goes blahooey. Mike will explain why it’s not the fault of the tree; and how to get that flow going again.
- Minorities, Climate Change, and the Environmental Movement Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — When you think of an environmentalist, what comes to mind? Since the 1970s, green groups have been led almost exclusively by white men and women despite active participation by minority members.
- Far Out Skytalk — European Space Agency Venus mission indicates there may still be active volcanoes on the second planet from the sun. If correct, this would place Venus in an exclusive solar system club.
- Ambition: Good News Bad News Voices in the Family — Determination, individualism - work hard you’ll get ahead and get a piece of the American pie. Those are hallmarks of our society - but does ambition come at a cost?
Listen: On Tour
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