Sunday, November 28, 2021
From 1966 to 1967, WFSU produced a children's television program called Miss Nancy's Store, starring educator Nancy Tribble Benda. Local Routes takes a look at the life led by Benda, who performed as...
SEE A PREVIEW OF THE DOCUMENTARY Thursday, May 20, 2021, was the 156th anniversary of the reading of the Emancipation Proclamation in Florida. Announcing the end of slavery...
We look at the various layers that go into making a "compost lasagna" and how Turkey Hill Farm works with a local seafood restaurant to turn leftover kitchen scraps into the perfect addition to his soil. More at wfsu.org/ecologyblog.
Juvenal Havyarimana, M.D., an emergency room physician at Capital Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee, talks about his life and his career in medicine. Born in Burundi in East Africa, Dr. Havyariman grew up in a refugee camp in Tanzania....
Capital Regional Medical Center Hospitalist Dr. Allison Moore-Kontos talks about how she got into medicine and the importance of treating the whole person, not just the physical ailments.
Our Ecology intern, Chloe Thompson, helped the Apalachee Audubon Society organize a cleanup of Lake Elberta. Thirty-seven volunteers picked up forty bags of trash on a wildlife-filled day.
WFSU’s Mike Plummer explores the work being done by Dr. Pradeep Bhide at The Center For Brain Repair, FSU College of Medicine. Dr. Bhide is a neuroscientist seeking solutions to real-world ailments of the brain through collaboration with clinicians....
You can see the PBS American Masters documentary: Oliver Sacks: His Own Life on WFSU Friday, April 9th at 10pm ET.
Nonprofit record label Cat Family Records was founded in 2016 to help do-it-yourself local musicians deal with all aspects of the music industry. The largely events-based organization hosted over 200 shows prior to COVID-19. A year into the pandemic,...
We join UF/ IFAS Leon County Extension agent Mark Tancig as he digs holes around Tallahassee. We're looking at the native soils of Tallahassee, and how they affect plant growth in our yards. An ancient coastline divides the Red...