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June 12, 2019: Journalist Maria Gallucci Touts the Importance of Environmental Reporting | Audio file

June 5, 2019: Famous Astronomer Explains the Expanding Universe in Understandable Terms | Audio file

May 29, 2019: Live Weather Storytelling is the Domain of Weather Group’s Angela Massie | Audio file

May 22, 2019: Media Innovator Explains How Pulitzer Prize Winning ‘The Wall’ Was Created | Audio file

May 15, 2019: New “Defining Moments Podcast” Tells Stories of Living Well During Adversity | Audio file

May 8, 2019: Al Letson: Podcaster, Poet, Writer & Actor Chats about Talking to One Another | Audio file

May 1, 2019: Royal Society President Explains Ribosomes & Charts His Career for Podcast | Audio file

April 24, 2019: ‘Tank Man’ Photo: The Story Behind the Picture and How Jeff Widener Shot It | Audio file

April 17, 2019: Kashmir is a Pivotal Area of South Asia & its History & People are Complex | Audio file

April 10, 2019: Tania Rashid, Freelance Journalist, Targets Human Rights and Women’s Issues | Audio file

April 3, 2019: Storytelling Can Build Community and Bridge Cultural and Religious Divides | Audio file

March 27, 2019: “Seven Days of Heroin” Reporters Talk about Series and Aftermath | Audio file

March 20, 2019: Trump is Transparent Whether You like It or Not - Says Time Inc. Correspondent | Audio file

March 13, 2019: Rural Women Have Started and Led Monumental Women’s Movements | Audio file

March 6, 2019: India-Pakistan Conflicts Ratchet Up Tensions in an Already Volatile Region | Audio file

February 27, 2019: Libel Laws Protecting Media Assailed by Trump and Justice Clarence Thomas | Audio file

February 20, 2019: Iran’s Strength is the Primary Target of the Trump Team in the Middle East | Audio file

February 13, 2019: Blackface and Other Racist Symbols Still Plague Our 21st Century Society | Audio file

February 6, 2019: Religion & Science are Bound Together by Public Policy and Political Authority | Audio file

January 23, 2019: Immigration Deadlock Strangles Congressional Initiatives & Real Reform | Audio file

January 16, 2019: Wildlife Conservation in a Warzone: Perils and Triumphs in Afghanistan | Audio file

January 2, 2019: Historical Documentary Building Blocks: People, Place, Stories and Events | Audio file

December 26, 2018: Storytelling is Becoming More Experiential with New Available Technologies | Audio file

December 19, 2018: Congressional Paralysis Caused by Must Win Mentality & Non-Stop Campaigning | Audio file

December 12, 2018: Adult Literacy Efforts Make a Real Difference in Impoverished Areas of USA | Audio file

December 5, 2018: Climate Change: USA Once a Leader in Solutions but Now an Outlier to China | Audio file

November 28, 2018: NPR Editor Shares Insights into Trump’s Border Issues and Other Trump Policies | Audio file

November 21, 2018: Innovation Disruption in the Beverage Business? You Bet, Says Coke VP | Audio file

November 14, 2018: Health Deserts Plague Rural Areas but Specific Programs are Addressing Needs | Audio file

November 7, 2018: Midterms Meaner and More Costly than Ever says TIME Correspondent Elliott | Audio file

October 31, 2018: Hate Speech from the Top Can Heighten Chances for Violence | Audio file

October 24, 2018: Medicine & Innovation Combine at the Cleveland Clinic through Dr. Frank Papay | Audio file

October 17, 2018: Trump Inflames His Base to Raise Enthusiasm for Nov. 6th Midterm Elections | Audio file

October 10, 2018: David Brooks, NYT Columnist, Explores the Grassroots for Trust & Connection | Audio file

October 3, 2018: Higher Education Still Has Value Says an Emeritus President of Two Universities | Audio file

September 26, 2018: Healthcare is Boosted by Artificial Intelligence Innovations, Says Expert | Audio file

September 19, 2018: EPA Regulation Rollbacks are ‘Really Alarming’ says Health Science Expert | Audio file

September 12, 2018: Democratic Party has Lost Its Soul Says Author/Activist Thomas Reston | Audio file

September 5, 2018: Trump Treats Diplomacy and “Intelligence” Like Reality TV: Says Security Expert | Audio file

August 29, 2018: Trump’s Assaults against News Media are Heightening Security Concerns | Audio file

August 22, 2018: Bloomberg’s White House Correspondent Says Fact-Checking is Important | Audio file

August 15, 2018: Nanotechnology Is Changing the Ways We May Treat Certain Diseases | Audio file

August 8, 2018: Small Business Administration Reaches Out to Expand Its Reach | Audio file

August 1, 2018: Trump’s Presidency: More Complicated than Any Other, Says Reporter | Audio file

July 25, 2018: Putin Gets What He Wants Out of Pres. Trump At Helsinki & Beyond | Audio file

July 18, 2018: NASA is Reaching Out to Promote and Increase Contracts with Small Businesses | Audio file

July 11, 2018: Current “Hyper-Racial” Culture is Covered Full-time by AP Reporter Errin Whack | Audio file

July 4, 2018: Get a View from Behind-the-Camera in Cable & Network News: Role of Producer | Audio file

June 27, 2018: Inside the Mind of the Prize-Winning Editorial Cartoonist Jack Ohman | Audio file

June 20, 2018: Medical School Curriculum is Revolutionized to Keep Pace with Today’s Living | Audio file

June 13, 2018: Was N. Korean Summit All Glitz and No Substance? -- TIME Reporter Analyzes | Audio file

June 6, 2018: Mexico & USA are Coming Together Not Apart says ‘Vanishing Frontiers’ Author | Audio file

May 30, 2018: American Politics Through a Camera Lens: Viewpoint of Former NYT Photographer | Audio file

May 23, 2018: Cesarean Sections Account for One-Third of the Baby Deliveries in the USA | Audio file

May 16, 2018: The Tangled Trump-Russia Web Ensnares as Attorney Cohen’s Story Unfolds | Audio file

May 9, 2018: Investigative Reporting Hits the Grassroots through Non-profit Journalism | Audio file

May 2, 2018: Award-winning Journalist Studies Today’s Climate Change by Looking at the Past | Audio file

April 25, 2018: Big City London Reporter/Editor Visits & Studies American Small Town & Cities | Audio file

April 18, 2018: Internet Pioneer is both Optimistic & Cautious about New Cyber Developments | Audio file

April 11, 2018: What Does It Mean to be a “Progressive” in Today’s Political Landscape | Audio file

April 4, 2018: Artificial Intelligence: Is it Biased in Law Enforcement & Court Usage? | Audio file

March 28, 2018: With Seriousness and Satire, Top Scholar Examines Climate Change in Trump Era | Audio file

March 21, 2018: From Travails to Triumph: A Woman NYC Chef Who Persisted Through Adversity | Audio file

March 14, 2018: Is “Fake News” an Accurate Description of Today’s Media Landscape? | Audio file

March 7, 2018: Syria is Beleaguered by Internal Wars and External Interventions, says Expert | Audio file

February 28, 2018: “Black Girls Matter”- Study Shows Black Middle School Girls Get Disciplined More Often than White Students | Audio file

February 21, 2018: Recent Indictments Show Russia Sows Discord in America, Russia Expert Says | Audio file

February 14, 2018: Hometown Journalists Add to Poverty Problems of Their Areas, Scholar Says | Audio file

February 7, 2018: We Look Behind the Washington Headlines with NPR Security Editor | Audio file

January 31, 2018: Booming Gaming Industry is Expanding to Include Healthcare, Education & Finance | Audio file

January 24, 2018: Media Coverage of Fed. Shutdown Misses Impact on Average Person | Audio file

January 17, 2018: 20 Ways to Fight Tyranny In the USA in Book by Historian & Holocaust Expert | Audio file

January 10, 2018: Trump Consumed with Rage Over “Fire and Fury” Book Says West Wing Journo | Audio file

January 9, 2018: NPR’s Robert Siegel Bids Farewell to NPR After 40 Years of Audio Storytelling | Audio file

January 2, 2018: Dick and Jane Readers in the 1960’s Were Written by Reading Pioneer | Audio file

December 27, 2017: Civil Discourse Is Not Dead in Politics Says Former Legislator | Audio file

December 20, 2017: Trump Recognizing Jerusalem as Capital of Israel Sparks Strong Global Reactions | Audio file

December 13, 2017: Your Internet Use Could be Limited by Upcoming FCC Action on Net Neutrality | Audio file

December 6, 2017: “Good All Over” – a New PBS Docuseries Bringing You Stories of Helping Others | Audio file

November 29, 2017: NPR National Security Editor Assesses Trump’s Recent Trip & Other Policy Matters | Audio file

November 22, 2017: Combating Chagas Disease A Lifelong Passion For Dr. Mario Grijalva | Audio file

November 15, 2017: Pres. Trump Favors Russia’s Putin While Trashing the USA Intelligence Team | Audio file

November 8, 2017: Science TV is Exploding on North Carolina Public Television Due to Frank Graff | Audio file

November 1, 2017: White House Minimizes While Congress Ducks Latest Trump-Russia Legal Action | Audio file

October 25, 2017: Career Tips and Advice for all Stages and All Ages – Provided by a Career Coach | Audio file

October 18, 2017: There Need To Be More Women in STEM Careers, Says Experienced Expert | Audio file

October 11, 2017: The “Gig Economy” Grows in the USA Says Visiting Italian Journalist | Audio file

October 4, 2017: Devastation is Horrible But it Can Foster Resilience, says Expert | Audio file

September 27, 2017: Voice Actor Nancy Cartwright In New Role As Filmmaker | Audio file

September 20, 2017: TV Journalist Judy Woodruff Has Experienced Many Changes Over Four Decades | Audio file

September 13, 2017: Legislation to Protect the “Dreamers” & DACA Could Become a Political Football | Audio file

September 6, 2017: Teen Raises Big Money for Cancer Research Through Her Invention | Audio file

August 30, 2017: Non-Traditional College Students Often Face Hunger & Massive Debt for Degree | Audio file

August 23, 2017: Foster Children Are A Special Group of Children To Be Adopted | Audio file

August 16, 2017: Newest African Country S. Sudan, in Chaos, Loses Journalist to USA | Audio file

August 9, 2017: Virtual Reality News is Here and More is Coming says VR Expert | Audio file

August 2, 2017: NPR Serves the General Public and Millennials Says Reporter & Former Producer | Audio file

July 26, 2017: Love It or Hate It: The Trump Presidency is Like No Other, Says USA Today Journo | Audio file

July 21, 2017: Graham Nash: How To Be Socially Conscious in 2017 | Audio file

July 19, 2017: Cyber Attacks are Part of Putin’s Overall Arsenal says Russia Expert | Audio file

July 12, 2017: Coal Mining Jobs Will Not Return Despite Pres. Trump’s Claims: Expert Says | Audio file

July 5, 2017: Immigration Passions Run High as Trump Administration Addresses Issues | Audio file

June 28, 2017: Trump’s Foreign Policy is “Chaotic, Amorphous and Unprofessional” Says Expert | Audio file

June 21, 2017: Leaks & Anonymous Sources Dominate Coverage of Trump/Russia Investigations | Audio file

June 14, 2017: Where Are We in Trump/Russia Investigations? NPR Security Editor Tells Us | Audio file

June 7, 2017: Storytelling is the Backbone of Advertising Regardless the Delivery System | Audio file

May 31, 2017: The US is Factionalized – Only Held Together by Geography says Linda Tirado | Audio file

May 24, 2017: White House Is Often in Turmoil but It Reflects the Style of President Trump | Audio file

May 22, 2017: Security Gaffes in the White House Cause Intelligence Expert Grave Concern | Audio file

May 17, 2017: Syrian War Crime Cases Prepped by US Attorney David Crane | Audio file

May 10, 2017: National Geographic Uses Maps and Graphics to Makes Stories Come-to-Life | Audio file

May 3, 2017: NPR’s Bob Boilen Has Shaped a Whole New Generation of Music Lovers | Audio file

April 26, 2017: Giving Kindness Changed Her Troubled Life Says Author Nicole J. Phillips | Audio file

April 19, 2017: Poor Black Women Are Not Valued by Politics, Courts & Media Says VICE Editor | Audio file

April 12, 2017: Some Politicians “Dehumanize” Blacks Through Degrading & Incendiary Rhetoric | Audio file

April 6, 2017: The Real Meaning of Trump’s Climate Change Orders – In Plain Language | Audio file

April 5, 2017: African Americans are Portrayed Badly by Mainstream Media, Says Researcher | Audio file

March 29, 2017: Drug Addiction in Cycling: One Man’s Personal Story | Audio file

March 22, 2017: How Safe Are Your Compounded Drugs? Safer Since FDA Involvement | Audio file

March 15, 2017: Time’s Phil Elliott Unmasks the Administration of the “Adlib President” | Audio file

March 8, 2017: NPR’s National Security Editor Gives Insight into Trump’s Hot Security Issues | Audio file

March 1, 2017: Universities Must Reform to Stay Relevant and Affordable Says Notable Economist | Audio file

February 22, 2017: Courts Are Perceived “Negatively” by People of Color in the USA | Audio file

February 15, 2017: Reporter Security is an Issue Both Abroad and At Home | Audio file

February 8, 2017: Paul Laurence Dunbar Documentary Hits Public Television Airwaves Nationally | Audio file

February 1, 2017: Bullying, Harassment, & Hate Crimes Spike Since Presidential Election | Audio file

January 25, 2017: Megan Westervelt Tells Unique Environmental Stories Through Still Images | Audio file

January 18, 2017: America’s System of Athletics is Failing: Expert David Ridpath Has Observed | Audio file

January 11, 2017: Climate Change Escalates Despite Our Partisan Politics | Audio file

January 4, 2017: Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Are For More than Just Gaming | Audio file

December 28, 2016: Old-Time Radio Dramas Adopt Modern Podcasting Style at WOUB | Audio file

December 21, 2016: Addiction and “The Holidays” Can be a Toxic Mix – But, Help is Available | Audio file

December 14, 2016: Sexual Victimization: New Data Challenges Stereotypes | Audio file

December 7, 2016: “Epic Struggles” Face Media in Covering President Donald Trump | Audio file

November 30, 2016: Poverty Takes on Power: Linda Tirado’s Fight for Right | Audio file

November 23, 2016: Uber-Like Service for Rural America Being Launched by Valerie Lefler | Audio file

November 16, 2016: Aftermath and Reaction: Election Analysis from Two Targeted Groups | Audio file

November 9, 2016: Women Slowly Crack Innovation Glass Ceiling | Audio file

November 2, 2016: Social Media Dominates Presidential Races | Audio file

October 26, 2016: “DISPEL THE CURSE” – A History of Superstition and Legend in Baseball | Audio file

October 19, 2016: Trump Bashes GOP Leaders to Consolidate His Base and Feed on Voter Anger | Audio file

October 12, 2016: Thousands of Blacks Die Annually Due To Health Care Disparities and Biases | Audio file

October 5, 2016: “Dating and Sex: A Guide for the 21st Century Boy” Answers Critical Questions | Audio file

September 28, 2016: A Race Like No Other: Turbulent 2016 Presidential Campaign | Audio file

September 21, 2016: Life of Civil Rights Leader Revealed by Historian and Documentarian | Audio file

September 14, 2016: Why are Black Women NOT Elected to Statewide Offices Throughout the Nation? | Audio file

September 7, 2016: Sex and Power: What’s Behind the Headlines? | Audio file

August 31, 2016: #010 Salvador Dali Expert, Paul Chimera | Audio file

August 24, 2016: Pauline Frederick: Broadcast Pioneer Focus of New Book | Audio file

August 17, 2016: Christopher Anderson, Executive Director of "MaleSurvivor" | Audio file

August 3, 2016: Two Experts on Iran Discuss Nuclear Agreement After One Year | Audio file

August 10, 2016: #008 Sonja Williams, Award-winning Radio Storyteller | Audio file

July 27, 2016: Ohio Will Predict Presidential Winner | Audio file

July 21, 2016: Confronting Fear, Hate, and Racism in America | Audio file

July 20, 2016: Ira Flatow, Host of NPR's "Science Friday" | Audio file

July 15, 2016: Wesley Lowery, Journalist for the Washington Post | Audio file

July 13, 2016: #007 Sean Peoples, Documentary Filmmaker | Audio file

July 6, 2016: #006 Gwen Ifill of PBS NewsHour | Audio file

July 1, 2016: Martin Walker, ex-Guardian Journalist talks "Brexit" | Audio file

June 29, 2016: #005 Nehemia Gordon | Audio file

June 22, 2016: #004 Paula Poundstone | Audio file

May 31, 2016: #003 Ira Glass | Audio file

May 31, 2016: #002 Man Behind the Music: Ken Ehrlich, Producer of the Grammy Awards | Audio file

April 30, 2016: #001 Susan Reimer: Journalistic Pioneer Recounts Her Career | Audio file

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