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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    Todd Cheney was one of the early audio essayists on WERU. He called his feature “Two Cents Worth” and pondered such fascinating questions as when leaving a dish dirty becomes domestic malfeasance. This wondering aloud episode is from 1990.

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    Today on Hear Again, an episode from the short feature, “The Queen of Cheap Eats,” hosted by Terry Fletrich Rowe with help from Steve Ginn from back in the 1990’s. Need to know how to make a mint julep? Listen up.

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    On this edition of Hear Again, we feature an episode of the short feature The Weekly Reader, produced by Allan Storer, which celebrates Earth Day and spring through the poetry of Robert Frost. This program is from April 1995.

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    On this edition of Hear Again, we listen to an episode of Herbal Update with herbalist Rosanna Rich from the early 1990’s focusing on the uses of lavender.

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    On this edition of Hear Again, we dig into the WERU archives to listen once again to an episode of Hit the Dirt, a long running gardening short feature that began back in 1989. This particular episode is about container gardening for flowers. The host is Clare Ackroyd

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell
    *Debut*

    We begin this series of short features from the WERU archives to celebrate WERU’s 25th anniversary. This feature is the first edition of Blastow’s Cove Journal from May 12, 1988.

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