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Playlist: Possible half-hour shows

Compiled By: Rose Weiss

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With Good Reason: Weekly Half Hour Long Episodes (Series)

Produced by With Good Reason

Most recent piece in this series:

Reviving the Giant Oysters (half)

From With Good Reason | Part of the With Good Reason: Weekly Half Hour Long Episodes series | 28:59

Oyster-reef_small From tracking tigers in Nepal to mountainside surgery on Montana’s wolverines, Deborah McCauley is on a mission to save disappearing wildlife around the world. And: Fossils give away the secrets of the past, but they can also tell the future. Rowan Lockwood is taking a closer look at the fossils of giant oysters to learn how to rebuild oyster reefs today. 

Planetary Radio (Series)

Produced by Mat Kaplan

Most recent piece in this series:

Apollo 11 and the Woman Who Helped Get It Home

From Mat Kaplan | Part of the Planetary Radio series | 28:50

Poppy-northcutt-first-woman-mission-control_small_small Poppy Northcutt was a pioneer—the first woman to work as an engineer in Apollo Mission Control. The program she helped to create got the astronauts back to Earth.  Fifty years later, she sits down with Mat Kaplan for a look back. You’ll also hear Apollo moonwalker Buzz Aldrin at a 50th anniversary celebration. And we’ll get a LightSail 2 update from Bruce Betts. Learn more about this week’s topics at:  http://www.planetary.org/multimedia/planetary-radio/show/2019/0717-2019-poppy-northcutt-apollo.html

Living Planet: Environment Matters ~ from DW (Series)

Produced by DW - Deutsche Welle

Most recent piece in this series:

Living Planet 07/19/2019

From DW - Deutsche Welle | Part of the Living Planet: Environment Matters ~ from DW series | 30:00

Lp1_small This week on the show: Life's a beach - Summer is a time of sun, sea, and sand. But sand isn't just the stuff of beach holidays — we hear how it's being used in East Africa and with what impact. We also pay a visit to a town in Italy that is inundated by cruise ships, and we join a scientific expedition studying warming temperatures in the deep ocean.

The Write Question (Series)

Produced by KUFM - Montana Public Radio

Most recent piece in this series:

The Write Question - Joe Wilkins - 384

From KUFM - Montana Public Radio | Part of the The Write Question series | 29:00

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Wendell Newman, a young ranch hand in Montana, has recently lost his mother, leaving him an orphan, as his father met a violent end more than a decade earlier. His bank account holds less than a hundred dollars, and he owes back taxes on what remains of the land his parents owned, as well as money for the surgeries that failed to save his mother’s life.

Into this situation comes seven-year-old Rowdy Burns, the illegitimate son of Wendell’s cousin, who is incarcerated after falling prey to addiction. Traumatized, Rowdy is mute and damaged. Caring for him will be a test of Wendell’s will and resolve, and yet he comes to love the boy more than he ever thought possible. That love will be stretched to the breaking point during the first legal wolf hunt in Montana in more than thirty years, when a murder results in a manhunt, and Wendell finds himself on the wrong side of a disaffected fringe group, hoping both to protect Rowdy and to avoid the same violent fate that claimed his father.

This dark and haunting debut novel is an unforgettable tale of sacrificial love, with two characters who win the reader’s heart from the first page to the last.

Joe Wilkins was born and raised north of the Bull Mountains, out on the Big Dry of eastern Montana. His debut novel, Fall Back Down When I Die, speaks to the community, struggle, violence, and care Joe knew growing up in the rural West, and his memoir, The Mountain and the Fathers, captures the lives of boys and men in that desolate country, a place that shapes the people who live there and rarely lets them go.

Wilkins is also the author of three poetry collections, most recently When We Were Birds, winner of the 2017 Oregon Book Award in Poetry. His work has appeared in a host of the nation’s leading magazines and literary journals, including The Georgia Review, The Southern Review, Harvard Review, Orion, TriQuarterly, Ecotone, The Sun, and High Country News. As the winner of the Boyden Wilderness Writing Residency from PEN Northwest, he and his family spent the summer and fall of 2015 living in a remote cabin in the Klamath Mountains along the Rogue River in southwest Oregon.

The Mountain and the Fathers: Growing up on the Big Dry won a 2014 GLCA New Writers Award—an honor that has previously recognized early work by luminaries such as Alice Munro, Richard Ford, and Louise Erdrich—and Wilkins’s work has been anthologized in The Pushcart Prize Anthology, Best American Magazine Writing, New Poets of the American West, and Best New Poets. Of Wilkins’s work, the Indiana Review writes, “The most striking component of it is its awareness of ‘the whole world.’ What is ordinary becomes transcendent. In places derelict and seemingly unexceptional, Wilkins compels us to recognize what is worth salvage, worth praise.”

 

After graduating from Gonzaga University with a degree in computer engineering, Wilkins spent two years teaching ninth grade pre-algebra in the Mississippi Delta with Teach For America. He then went on to earn his MFA in creative writing from the University of Idaho, where he worked with the poet Robert Wrigley and the memoirist Kim Barnes. Wilkins now lives with his family in the foothills of the Coast Range of western Oregon, where he directs the creative program at Linfield College.

World in Progress: Global Development Issues ~ from DW (Series)

Produced by DW - Deutsche Welle

Most recent piece in this series:

World in Progress 07/18/2019

From DW - Deutsche Welle | Part of the World in Progress: Global Development Issues ~ from DW series | 30:00

Wip2_small On this week's show: why public school teachers are on strike in Chile, how girls from an Indian slum defy inequality by learning how to code, and how a radical policy change in Mexico is having real consequences for migrants coming from South and Central America, as well as Leros — the Greek refugee haven with a difference.

The Steve Pomeranz Half Hour (Series)

Produced by The Steve Pomeranz Show

Most recent piece in this series:

Building Your Brand Is Job #1. So Why Aren't You Doing Better?

From The Steve Pomeranz Show | Part of the The Steve Pomeranz Half Hour series | 29:00

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Episode 933:
Steve's Market Commentary:
Why Some Poker Players Have Turned Into Great Investors 
 
Understanding the world of probabilities can serve the investor and the poker player alike. Learning how to use probabilities successfully is difficult but may be the key to the success you're looking for. 
This Week's Guests:


Building Your Brand Is Job #1. 
So Why Aren't You Doing Better?
With Julie Cottineau
With Julie Cottineau, Author of Twist: How Fresh Perspectives Build Breakthrough Brands, Founder and CEO of BrandTwist
If your small business or non-profit is having trouble standing out in today's crowded and competitive markets, learn how to breakthrough instead of how to blend. 


Interest Rates Are Down Again, So Why Haven't Mortgage Rates Kept Up? 
With Allen Robinson
With Allen Robinson, Managing Director and Founder of First Trust Mortgage
Get the latest lowdown on interest rates for mortgage loans from a well-respected expert—plus an important discussion on how the mortgage loan process is changing.