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Week of September 6, 2010

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A culture of innovation. Dr. Bob Becker, director of the Strom Thurmond Institute on Government and Public Affairs talks with knowledge economist John Warner, chair of InnoVenture, and founder of SwampFox, about the mportance of innovation and the role that it plays in an economy in transition.

Maurice Williams. We revisit Roy Scott's first celebrity interview for Your Day as he speaks to beach music pioneer Maurice Williams in a conversation which originally aired during the first year of our show in June 2001.

25 Years of the Utsey Chamber Music Series. Glenn Hare speaks with Mickey Harder, director of the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts, the founder and artistic director of the award-winning Lillian and Robert Utsey Chamber Music Series.  The Utsey Series begins its 25th season at Clemson University on September 23, 2010, with a performance by the Imani Winds.  Mickey Harder will preview the concert with bassoonist Monica Ellis, Monday, September 20, on Your Day.

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Frequently asked questions on diet and nutrition. Nationally recognized health and wellness expert Dr. Ann Kulze, MD addresses some recent questions from listeners on the argument for organic produce, how to incorporate fruits and vegetables into your diet, the importance of Vitamin D and other topics.   Get more information on the egg recall from the FDA.  Dr. Ann is the author of Eat Right for Life: Your Common Sense Guide to Eating Right and Living Well.

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A live call-in hour on pet healthcare issues. Dr. Glenn Birrenkott of the Clemson University Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences hosts Dr. Tony Holtzclaw of Pickens Animal Hospital. Listeners may call in with questions about their pets' medical care, nutritional needs, or preventive treatments via the toll-free number: 888-539-8859.

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Greenville Women Giving. Donna London, Director of the Jim Self Center on the Future, talks with Janet Roberson Sumner about Greenville Women Giving,  an initiative of the Community Foundation of Greenville.  Greenville Women Giving is a philanthropic organization "founded on the idea that collectively, women can make a real difference."

Freezing fresh produce. Dyana Daniels visits with Clemson Extension agent Kimberly Baker to learn how to make the most of an abundance of summer fruits and vegetables. Visit the Clemson Extension Home & Garden Information Center (HGIC) for fact sheets and instructions on preserving produce.

I Belong to South Carolina Charlotte Holt talks with Dr. Susanna Ashton, associate professor of American literature and Associate Chair of the Clemson University Department of English about her collection of slave narratives entitled I Belong to South Carolina published by the University of South Carolina Press. Dr. Ashton will conduct a public lecture on the book tonight at 7:00 in Hardin Hall Auditorium on the Clemson campus. Get more information on upcoming events featuring Dr. Ashton. Hear an earlier conversation with Dr. Ashton and her former student Kelly Riddle in the Your Day archives for Thursday, July 12, 2010.