Wednesday, November 13, 2019
So many stories in one half hour. We dig deep into history to find some interesting items from Florida's very distant past. Plus, we meet an artist who is using her imagination to create entire worlds. ...
Join us as we get an up close look at the structure of the homes built by the ants of the Apalachicola National Forest, discover the art and history of an iconic Florida Souvenir, check out the secrets of...
Many creatures and plants live in the Apalachicola National Forest. Not only do we learn more about this home of the Eastern Diamond Backed Rattler, we discover efforts to bring back the striped newt to the forest's wetlands....
We dig into the past in this episode. First with archaeologists at a site in the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge as they try to solve a mystery. Then, we explore the culture shared at the annual Tama...
We introduce you to local retired Child Development Professor Don Rapp and tell you about his appearances on the Mister Rogers Neighborhood in the 1970s. He talks about the legend and how juggling is good for the brain. ...
In this episode we look at some of the changes since the first Earth day almost 50 years ago. We tour the new City of Tallahassee solar farm run by Origis Energy. We look at how...
In April of 2017, the Tallahassee Museum welcomed its first litter of red wolf puppies in twelve years. But when visitors came to see them, they found that the pups didn't like human attention. WFSU was granted...
We explore a SciGirls computer coding summer camp for girls that's put on by the National High Magnetic Field Lab and WFSU, We also look at a local gaming competition that brings people together. Plus, we check...
With more segments than our original broadcast version, we explore the Legacy of Florida A & M University. From meeting families with a long tradition of attending the University, to families who started because of pride, love, and...
In this episode we explore the fascinating connection between the network of waterways in the North Florida that exist above and below the ground. Plus, WFSU's Charles Renaud steps on the gas at local race track...

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