Voices 07/05/06

Producer: Amy Browne
Topics: Carolyn Coe with the U.S.-Cuba Friendshipment at the Maine/Canada border
Denis Howard with a WERU Full Circle Fair update
How is the U.S. preventing Cuba from receiving needed medical supplies?
What are concerned people in the U.S. and Canada doing about the situation?
What is the line up of performers at this year’s Full Circle Fair?

Healthy Options 07/05/06

Host: Cynthia Swan
Topic: Interview with Amy E. Stein, author of Fragments: Coping With Attention Deficit Disorder

Conversations on Science and Society 07/04/06

Producer/Host: Jim Campbell
Topic: Although it isn’t true that “on the Internet, no one knows you’re a dog”, many people think it is. So how does the sense of anonymity affect how people act online? Do people have different ethical standards for online and in-person behavior? That is a question that Sissela Bok begins this program with, and her reflections are sometimes funny, sometimes disturbing. She is the author of a number of books on contemporary moral issues, and none is more contemporary than this one.

Voices 06/28/06

Tish Noyes profiles community member Bill Reeve
Lawrence Reichard reports back from his most recent trip to the U.S./Mexico border, this time he participated in the Migrant Trail walk
Debbie Melinkas talks about volunteer opportunities at the American Folk Festival in Bangor in August
Denis Howard talks about volunteer opportunities at WERU’s Full Circle Fair in Blue Hill in July