Eddy Nix and Theresa Marquez interview Dr. Tyrone Hayes. He is an an American biologist, and professor of Integrated Biology at the University of California near Berekley and is known for his research findings that the herbicide Atrazine is an endocrine disruptor that emasculates and feminizes male frogs. (more…)
This past January Rosanne Cash released her first album in over four years (The River and the Thread, Blue Note Records). In an album in which the geography and history of the south are touchstones, Rosanne returns again and again to Memphis. She was born there, in 1955, the eldest daughter of a man whose name would become legendary in country music.
As a young woman entering the music business, Rosanne sought distance from the long shadow cast by her father’s influence. “Like any person in their twenties, I needed to get away from my parents (more…)
WDRT Development Coordinator,Toril Fisher, talks about her day job.
From Pearl Swiggum to the Pledge Drive, find out what’s been happening at WDRT. Interested in the new vinyl and CD library or the latest additions to the WDRT schedule? Or, read a fascinating interview with Mr. Koppa. All this and more in the latest newsletter.
The story of a farm and its people written by Ben Logan and read by Paul Fairchild, “Foreword” written and read by Paul Zimmer. First published in 1975 by Viking Press, 25th Anniversary Edition published in 2000 by North Word Press, Eighth edition with “Afterword” published in 2006 by Itchy Cat Press. Pageturner Radio airs Monday–Friday around 8:20 a.m.
“This is a story about a farm and its people, of a hilltop world in the 1930′s in southwestern Wisconsin. Ben Logan grew up on a farm with his three brothers, (more…)