MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2012 (Listen to the archived program)
Major Heather Penney (Listen to the segment)
Donna London, Director of the Jim Self Center on the Future, speaks with Major Heather Penney, former Air National Guard pilot, about her experiences as a female fighter pilot. Major Penney was the keynote speaker at the recent Leadership Summit held at Clemson at the Falls in Greenville.
The Way of the Forest (Listen to the segment)
Roy Scott catches up with Hawk Hurst, Native American storyteller, naturalist and cultural arts educator, in a conversation about the importance of storytelling. Hawk Hurst will be reading and signing his latest book, The Way of the Forest, at Blue Bicycle books in Charleston on October 4th and participating in the Charleston County Library events Reading on the Circle on October 13th and Tellebration 2012 on Saturday, November 17th.
Studying Native American culture (Listen to the segment)
Christopher Judge, Assitant Director of Native American Studies at the University of South Carolina Lancaster, shares details about the program and the new Native American Studies Center opening in downtown Lancaster this Thursday, October 4th.
National Association of Agricultural Educators (Listen to the segment)
Bob Schuster learns about the National Association of Agricultural Educators when he speaks with Execuctive Director Dr. Jay Jackman and also finds out about a recent national recognition of an agricultural eduaction program at Pendleton High School.
Jackie Robinson (Listen to the segment)
Clemson University music historian Dr. Mark Hosler shares the story behind the song written to commemorate one of baseball's great players, Jackie Robinson, as performed by the Countie Basie Orchestra.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2012 (Listen to the archived program)
A discussion on wellness and nutrition topics
Nationally recognized health and wellness expert Dr. Ann Kulze, MD addresses listener questions and concerns on a variety of wellness and nutrition topics. Dr. Ann is the author of the best-selling book series Eat Right for Life.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2012 (Listen to the archived program)
Alligator Hunting in South Carolina
Dyana Daniels hosts a call-in program focused on rules, regulations, techniques, advice and more about alligator hunting season in South Carolina. She is joined by Jay Butfiloski, Furbearer and Alligator Program coordinator from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries Division, Sargeant Rhett Bickley, SCDNR Law Enforcement Officer and Brad Taylor of Taylor Outdoors, LLC. Listeners may call in with any questions or comments via the toll-free number: 888-539-8859.
Contact the DNR General Office: 803-734-4002
Report Violations with the Operation Game Thief: 800-922-5431
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2012 (Listen to the archived program)
A live call-in hour on gardening topics
Clemson Extension horticulturist and garden writer Dr. Bob Polomski, the co-author of Carolinas Gardener's Handbook: All You Need to Know to Plan, Plant & Maintain a Carolina Garden, is joined by Felder Rushing, host of Mississippi Public Broadcasting's "The Gestalt Gardener" and author or co-author of seventeen gardening books. They will take your questions about garden, lawn and landscape plants throughout the program. Listeners may call in via the toll free number 888-539-8859. For additional gardening help call the HGIC at 888-656-9988 from 9 am - 1 pm, Monday through Friday.