New host Hannah Bird, Community Educator from the Hopland Research and Extension Center looks at developments in environmental education in our area and how you and your family can be involved. Guests include Helen Menasian with the Redwood Valley Outdoor Education program. Cliff Paulin will talk about the new Granary project. And Adina Merenlender discusses adult environmental education available through the California Naturalist program.
Forthright Radio; Wednesday @ 9:00 AM
It’s the annual merry month of May "radio goes to the movies" show, when we interview the directors/producers of upcoming films screening at the Mendocino Film Festival. Steven Loring discusses his documentary, THE AGE OF LOVE, which followed fourteen 70 year old (and older) men & women speed dating in upstate New York. Also Janice Ledtke, one of the subjects, who had good luck in the endeavor. Then, Sheila Canavan & Mike Chandler discuss their documentary on Rep. Barney Frank, culminating with his marriage in their film, COMPARED TO WHAT?
Invisibilia; Wednesday @ 7:00 PM
In Entanglement, you’ll meet a woman with Mirror Touch Synesthesia who can physically feel what she sees others feeling. And an exploration of the ways in which all of us are connected -- more literally than you might realize. The hour will start with physics and end with a conversation with comedian Maria Bamford and her mother. They discuss what it’s like to be entangled through impersonation.
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