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The latest from WHYY's radio programming
- Scott Cheshire's "High As the Horses' Bridles" Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — In his debut novel High As the Horses' Bridles, author SCOTT CHESHIRE explores the world of Josie Laudermilk, a Jehovah's Witnesses member and child preacher who loses his faith as he becomes an adult. It's [...]
- An hour with NPR's Susan Stamberg Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane — Today on Radio Times we are broadcasting Marty's recent interview with NPR veteran reporter SUSAN STAMBERG. The event for WHYY members was held in June in the Dorrance Hamilton Commons. Marty talked with Stamberg about [...]
- Mindfulness at work: How do you come across? Voices in the Family — Dr. Daniel Ames from Columbia Business School did a study recently that asserted that most people don’t know how they come across at work, whether its too pushy or too passive. Well what you come across as at work, [...]
- Where oh where did the hydrangeas go? You Bet Your Garden — In regions where winter was harsh there is a stunning lack of hydrangeas in bloom. Mike McGrath, host of You Bet Your Garden, will reveal why this happened and how to get your shrubs back in gear next season! Plus your fabulous phone calls.
- Time to pursue the Perseids Skytalk — The annual Perseid Meteor Shower peaks early this week. The Rosetta spacecraft, now in orbit around Comet Churyumov-Gerisimenko after a 10 years, 4 billion mile journey, will drop a lander in November to sample and test for organic molecules.
Listen: On Canvas
Kathy Mattea is featured this week on On Canvas. Elisabeth Perez Luna reports »