WYPR Programs

Midday with Dan Rodricks: Tues. June 3, 12-1 p.m.
10:14 am
Tue June 3, 2014

Midday Politics

Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown with State House Del. Heather Mizeur at the third and final televised gubernatorial debate ahead of the June 24 primary.
Credit The Washington Post

Melissa Deckman of Washington College and Barry Rascovar of politicalmaryland.com review Monday night's televised gubernatorial debate and take WYPR listener comments on the Democratic candidates. 

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Maryland Morning
9:00 am
Tue June 3, 2014

Civil Rights Leader Gloria Richardson on the Cambridge Movement

Gloria Richardson
Credit Bruce Wallace

Sheilah Kast talks with civil rights leader Gloria Richardson.

Gloria Richardson was born in Cambridge, Maryland, in Dorchester County, in 1922. As an African-American woman, she grew up in segregation, and in the 1960s, she would go on to lead the Cambridge movement, demanding the end of discrimination in schools and hospitals, movie theaters and restrooms. Now 92, Gloria Richardson is still very much watching activist movements, both in Maryland, and in New York City, where she lives now.  Sheilah Kast spoke with her in late March.

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Maryland Morning
8:45 am
Tue June 3, 2014

It's Raining Cats And Dogs

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Tom Hall talks with David Grimm
In a severe thunderstorm, you might hear someone say, “it’s raining cats and dogs.”  In the United States, even in the sunniest of weather, it really is raining cats and dogs. More homes in the United States have cats and dogs than have kids. There are more than four times as many feline and canine residents of American homes than there were in the 1960s, nearly 150 million, one of them for every two of us. In a new book, the Baltimore-based writer David Grimm takes a look at how the status of our animals, in our homes, and in our society, has changed over time.  It’s called Citizen Canine: Our Evolving Relationship with Cats and Dogs.  David Grimm talks about it with Tom Hall. 

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The Morning Economic Report
5:30 am
Tue June 3, 2014

Financial Worth of a College Degree - 6/3/14

In recent years, some of the shine has worn off the notion of acquiring a college degree.  Young people today have become increasingly focused upon the perils of accumulating student debt and have also become acutely aware that having a college degree is hardly a guarantee of successful economic outcomes.  But new analysis produced by the Economic Policy Institute suggests that the economic argument in favor of college degree acquisition remains potent.  The pay gap between college graduates and everyone else reached a record high last year. 

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Public Commentary
5:30 am
Tue June 3, 2014

Marc Terrill - June 3, 2014

Marc B Terrill is the President of THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. In his professional leadership role, Marc directs the day-to-day management and operations as well as the long-range planning for THE ASSOCIATED, with a primary emphasis on the development of human and financial resources. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and obtained his Masters in Social Work with a concentration in community organization from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University. Marc received an Honorary Doctorate Degree from the Baltimore Hebrew University.

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A Blue View
5:30 am
Tue June 3, 2014

Mapping the Seafloor - 6/3/14

Oceanography and seafloor mapping have been headline news recently in the search for Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. One of the many challenges of finding the missing plane was the fact that the ocean floor has been dark, deep and remote for all of time.

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ClearPath - Your Roadmap to Health & Wealth
10:43 pm
Mon June 2, 2014

Prevention and Wellness in the ACA

6/2/14.  

  What kind of Prevention and Wellness are a part of the ACA.  

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Radio Kitchen #1236
8:09 pm
Mon June 2, 2014

Berries

June  3, 2014 - Radio Kitchen - Berries

One of the biggest cravings I have every spring is for fresh, local fruit.  Last year's apples are still available, that's true.  But I'm thinking of something a lot fresher and a lot juicier.  And it's just our luck that nature arranged for two succulent berries to be available this time of year:  strawberries and blueberries.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Mon. June 2, 12-1 pm
10:53 am
Mon June 2, 2014

Caring for the Terminally Ill

Sue Collins and Nancy Robson's book, "Ok, Now What: A Caregiver's Guide to What Matters" offers practical and emotional advice to those who are caring for the terminally ill.
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As the baby boom generation ages, more and more Americans will become caregivers for the dying. Longtime hospice nurse Sue Collins and writer Nancy Robson, who has had personal experiences at the side of deathbeds, guide readers through everything, from how to arrange for hospice care to how to talk to a dying person during his or her last days. 

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Maryland Morning
9:00 am
Mon June 2, 2014

What's Keeping Job Seekers From Finding Work?

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Sheilah Kast speaks with economist Chris Seals, Jason Perkins-Cohen, Executive Director of the Job Opportunities Task Force and Clifford White, an ex-offender who has started his own business.

According to the latest jobs report, there are about 81,000 unemployed job seekers in the Baltimore region. A new report analyzes what's keeping the unemployed from finding work. The report comes from the Opportunity Collaborative, a group of governments, agencies, and non-profits developing a regional plan for workforce development, housing, and transportation. Sheilah Kast talks with economist Chris Seals, author of the report, as well as Jason Perkins-Cohen, Executive Director of the Job Opportunities Task Force.

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