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COMING SOON – Available in January 2013 From New York City to America’s heartland to around the world, Adapting to Climate Change, a new one-hour Engineers of the New Millennium and National Science Foundation special co-hosted by Rick Karr, examines plans that engineers, scientists, government officials, business leaders, NGOs, and community groups are making to deal with future catastrophic events and shifting weather patterns. Adapting to Climate Change is part of the Engineers of the New Millennium Series, produced by IEEE...read more
Music, where did it come from? Where is it going? In a one-hour special produced by Ben Manila for On The Strip Radio, The History of Classical Music takes listeners through a history of this enduring art form from its beginnings up to today. Through an engaging narrative, host Dianne Nicolini of KFDC and conductor Robert Ziegler tell the story of classical musical, episode by episode, from Gregorian chants to today’s minimalism, highlighting innovations and developments and profiling the lives and works of groundbreaking composers....read more
An award-winning series of short audio profiles and longer stories on how small towns are adapting to survive. Change or die is the reality for small towns in California and across America. Industries that gave many small towns their economic base – and their identities – have dried up or changed. Producer Lisa Morehouse embarked on a tour of small towns across California to learn more about where they came from and where they’re headed. LENGTH: Various COST: FREE AVAILABLE: PRX, Download SITE:...read more
Host Marc Levitt and a trio of knowledgeable panelists explore contemporary issues through the lens of history by using underappreciated moments of the twentieth-century. Explore moments in 20th Century US history where America’s greatest hopes and despair have been represented in our country’s collective imagination and construction. The theme this year is Utopian/Dystopian, dates where traditional and idiosyncratic ideas for the transcendent meet the amplification of ‘everyday horrific’ in a battle for reality. As always, Action Speaks will...read more
Now Available From social media campaigns to e-voting, technology has changed, and will change the way politics and campaigns are run. Grokking Democracy, a one-hour special from IEEE Spectrum, examines how elections and governing has changed in today’s digital world, and where they’re headed. Co-hosted by noted political journalist Jonathan Alter LENGTH: 1 hour COST: FREE AVAILABLE: PRX, ContentDepot, AudioPort, Download,...read more
You know about bionics from science fiction and pop culture but we’ll tell you about real-life bionics where blindness is reversed with a chip implant, and organs are grown for human use. From walls that replicate our skin to microscopic chips that restore sight, engineers are expanding biology in revolutionary new ways. “Becoming Bionic” from IEEE Spectrum Magazine and the National Science Foundation. LENGTH: 1 hour COST: FREE AVAILABLE: Content Depot, PRX, AudioPort, Download,...read more