Tuesday, July 14, 2020
We soar into the world of whooping cranes as they make their annual migration. We also check out a unique type of exercise that is also a form of art. And we prepare for a new season of Shakespeare...
We explore the waterways of South Georgia in part two of “Roaming the Red Hills”. We stay in the Apalachicola forest to try our hand at worm gruntin'. Plus, an original song from the Johnnie Marshall Blues Band!
Archaeologists don't always dig in the dirt, sometimes they have to dig underwater! We dive into a quest to discover history. Afterwards, Local Routes Producer Rob Diaz de Villegas talks about working on stories about our local...
This week on “Local Routes,” Mike Plummer hits the road in a re-imagined muscle car from the 70s. Rebecca Alvis visits a unique neighborhood library where kids go to read, learn and have fun! Plus, we have...
This week, Mike Plummer is all about trains. First, he takes a ride on Amtrack to see if there's interest in bringing the rail service back to the Florida Panhandle. Then, he learns more about model railroading. Rob Diaz...
We travel to Wakulla County to visit the Florida Wild Mammal Association to find out more about their search for a new home. We also take to the fields to learn about a farm that's growing more than just...
We meet a musician named Haiqiong Deng, who was born in Northwest China, but now calls North Florida her home. She says the traditional Chinese music she performs is shaped the nature she finds in her own backyard. Plus,...
This week on “Local Routes,” Rob Diaz de Villegas travels to the Munson Sandhills of the Apalachicola National Forest to learn how conservationists are working to reintroduce a tiny amphibian to the ecosystem. Mike Plummer travels to Thomasville...
We take a look at how the American Graduate Project is raising awareness of high dropout rates in our area and how the community can help. We learn how a second chance school in Tallahassee is helping students get...
Gradstock is approaching fast! We take a look at why we are holding these concerts to benefit the American Graduate project. We also meet three high school seniors who are working to create a bright future for themselves. We...