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  • Producer/Host: Sonia Turanski

    What does it mean to forgive?, #1: The African concept of “Ubuntu”

    Comments Off on Powerful Peace 10/23/06
  • Producer/host: Amy Browne
    Contributors: Rhonda Frey, Meredith DeFrancesco, Marge May, Darwin Davidson, Ousman
    Topics:
    An interview with faculty from the Native Studies program at the University of Maine; the next in a series of interviews with the U.S. Senate candidates from Maine; an interview with Patti Casey of the Bluegrass Gospel Project

    Comments Off on Weekend Voices 10/21/06
  • Host: Matt Murphy

    Community call-in “soap box” on a variety of topics (determined by callers)

    Comments Off on WERU Soap Box 10/20/06
  • Producers/hosts: Meredith DeFrancesco and Amy Browne
    Guests: Ron Green, President of Firefighters Local 772, Bangor, Maine; Jack McKay, President of Eastern Maine Labor Council and activist with Food and Medicine
    Topic: TABOR, the “Tax Payers Bill of Rights”

    Comments Off on RadioActive 10/19/06
  • Producer/host: Cathy Jacobs

    Guests: Ellen Farnsworth, Family First at Downeast Community Hospital, Machias; Pam Gagnon, Child and Family Opportunities, La Leche League leader, Hancock and Washington Counties

    Topic: Breastfeeding

    What are the benefits of breast feeding to baby, mom and others? Why do some women choose to breast feed and others don’t? How can all of us support breast feeding?

    Comments Off on Baby Talk 10/19/06
  • Producer/host: Jim Campbell

    We walk around all day with electromagnetic waves surrounding us, and actually passing right through our bodies. Our eyes and ears can see and hear only a tiny part of that spectrum, both in the physical world and through the media of radio and TV. So it might be worth wondering justwhat the electronic spectrum is, how it is divided up, and where our radio and television channels live in it. Let’s.

    Comments Off on Notes from the Electronic Cottage 10/19/06
  • Producer/host: Amy Browne
    Contributors: Meredith DeFrancesco; Ousman (theme music)
    Topics: Meredith DeFrancesco interviews Rhonda Frey who recently returned from a cultural exchange trip to Venezuela. She was part of a contingent from the Penobscot Nation. And puppets from the upcoming Beech Hill Farm Fall Festival are interviewed about that event.

    Comments Off on Voices 10/18/06
  • Producer/host: Jim Fisher
    Guests: Pam Person; Dylan Voorhees
    Topic: Global Climate Change: What are the causes? What are some of the health effects?

    Call in show

    Comments Off on Common Health 10/18/06