Episode 26: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada also discuss the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and how moral outrage often ignores the law.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by Dr. James Gerber, co-director and lead scientist of the Global Landscapes Initiative at the Institute on the Environment, who will help explain all things climate change that have been in the news recently.
With "Late Edition Crime Beat Chronicles" we're presenting notable true crime stories, as reported by journalists for the dozens of various Lee-Enterprises owned publications from around America. For this latest season, we wanted to highlight a series from The Roanoke Times that was first reported and produced in 2018 by journalists Jacob Demmitt and Robby Korth. A five year old child went missing in Dublin, Virginia in the spring of 2015. When his body was discovered days later in the family's septic tank, the mother was put on trial both by the court system, as well as social media, where misinformation, accusations, and vengeance-fueled comments spread unchecked. It's a heartbreaking and tragic story, but Roanoke Times reporters Jacob Demmitt and Robby Korth went to great lengths to present an honest and well-rounded narrative that explores the ways a community failed one of their own while also touching on broader implications like the effects of facebook, the stigma of drug addiction in rural America, and the distortion of facts. Links: Roanoke Times reporters make podcast to revisit Noah Thomas case Photos: The search Photos: Noah's family Ashley White's handwritten statement If you appreciate what we're doing with this program, we encourage you to invest in local journalism and support The Roanoke Times, or whichever newspaper it is that serves your community. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by children's book publishing expert Heather Lennon to talk about the industry she loves and the joys of reading.
New Release Picks including "Red Notice," "tick, tick...BOOM!," and an interview with Art Cullen, the Pulitzer Prize winning editor and subject of "Storm Lake," a new documentary premiering on PBS tonight, about the small-town Iowa newspaper the Storm Lake Times.
Episode 25: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada also discuss campaign yard signs and how or whether they contribute to our political discourse.
Will Young told Demi Moore he was a pig farmer because he didn't want to be like "everyone" else and admit to being a singer.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by a panel of guests, Jason Adrians (Wisconsin State Journal; Lee Enterprises), Lolly Bowean (Field Foundation), and Michael Deas (Northwestern University), to discuss the importance of journalism in restoring our democracy.
Episode 24: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada also discuss the struggles companies face in trying to fill open positions and whether this is a turning point in how Americans view work.
The story of Billings-native Linda Tokarski Glantz, who was raped by an intruder at age 8, and Jimmy Bromgard, who was wrongly convicted of the crime, will be told in an upcoming podcast series.
Loved-up couple Idris and Sabrina Dhowre Elba have launched a podcast called 'Coupledom'.
'Freaky Friday' co-stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan still use a "secret code" to text each other.
Episode 23: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada talk about how to reduce the conflict and celebrate the traditions of these three holidays.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by University of Baltimore law professor Kimberly Wehle to discuss the various ways in which American democracy is under serious strain, as well as actions we can take to turn things around.
Little Mix star Perrie Edwards has revealed her baby son Axel was born three weeks earlier than his due date.
Does the Sopranos prequel 'The Many Saints of Newark' hit the high notes? How deep can 'Venom' sink its teeth into the box office? Will a new Netflix thriller 'The Guilty' please the court? All that plus horror suggestions on the latest Just to be Nominated podcast!
Richard Kyte and Scott Rada also discuss what’s getting in the way of building more affordable housing and whether anything can be done to change the minds of anti-vaxxers.
What's on this weekend? Will 'Dear Evan Hansen' be marked return to sender? Did the new ballet drama 'Birds of Paradise' raise the barre? Also, we check in on Ben Stiller 20 years after 'Zoolander' and, lastly: Movie news.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by Sarah Coefield to talk about wildfires, air quality, public health, and her cat (it gets weird).
Montana State News Bureau reporter Sam Wilson discusses the state’s system for reporting lobbying expenses. He explains his findings after documenting that spending from the recent legislative session, including who the biggest spenders were, where the money came from and areas where transparency falls short.
Kimberly Palmer, a credit card and personal finance expert at NerdWallet, tells host Teri Barr all about conversations that can help your video game-loving kids learn about money.
Richard Kyte and Scott Rada also discuss why more young men are not attending college and whether students should be allowed to take mental health days.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by Amy Fried and Douglas Harris to discuss their book, "At War with Government: How Conservatives Weaponized Distrust from Goldwater to Trump."