I am a co-host and producer of "How on Earth," the KGNU weekly science show.  You can view the show posts to follow my interviews with scientists and others on a wide range of topics, including oncofertility, climate change and its global and regional impacts, renewable energy, nitrogen pollution, sustainable agriculture, and environmental toxins, and conservation biology.

2013 interviews include:

Sept. 24, 2013: Dr. Deane Bowers, professor and curator of entomology at the CU Boulder Museum of Natural History

Sept. 17, 2013: Dr. David Guggenheim and Vicki Goldstein, on how inland watersheds and lifestyles connect intimately to oceans.

Sept. 10, 2013: Brian Stucky, a doctoral student in ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Colorado Boulder, on sound-making summer insects.

August 20, 2013: Dr. Laxmi Kondapalli, assistant professor of reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the University of Colorado Denver and head of theCU Cancer Center’s Oncofertility Program, on advancements in cancer therapies and fertility preservation.

(I'll link to other 2013 and 2012 shows soon.)

2011

 Nov. 8, 2011: John Mischler, doctoral candidate at the University of Colorado-Boulder, discusses his research on trematodes and parasitic diseases stemming from excess nutrients in water bodies. (Time mark 14:10) Link.

Nov. 1, 2011: Jon Jarvis, director of the National Park Service, discusses NPS' quest to lure more people to urban parks, not just iconic national parks such as Yellowstone and Grand Canyon.

 Oct. 11, 2011: Emma Marris, author of new book called "Rambunction Garden: Saving Nature in a Post-wild World," sheds light on how notions of wilderness preservation are evolving to accommodate the ever-changing nature world, and our role in it.

2010

Dec. 14, 2010:  Jennifer Blum, a biologist specializing in seabirds. Interviewed at Palmer Station, Antarctica. Subject: The future of the Adelie and other penguins and seabirds in the Western Antarctic Peninsula.  Audio file (mp3).

Dec. 7, 2010:  Alex Culley, virologist at the University of Hawaii. Interviewed at Palmer Station.  Subject: The role viruses play in the western peninsula's ecosystem.  Audio file (mp3).

Nov. 30, 2010:  Chris Neill, senior scientist at the Marine Biology Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass.  Interviewed live at Palmer Station. Subject: Palmer Station's Long-term Ecological Research (LTER) program and how climate change is affecting Antarctica.   Audio file (mp3).

Sept. 30, 2010: Call-in show on wildfire management after the devastating Four Mile Fire in Boulder County.  Audio file (mp3).

Radio Features:

Hippotherapy as a Method of Treating People with Neuromuscular and Cognitive Disorders

13 June 2012

BBC World Service’s Health Check programme

Click here for the audio file. (Listen to teaser at the beginning, then scroll to start time 6:20. Feature runs for 5:35)

 

Hippotherapy on the Front Range in Colorado

 KGNU community radio Morning Magazine  03 May 2012

 Click here for audio file.