Radio Tacoma Highlights for September 21-28, 2020
This week features a new program “Public Affairs with Louisa” at 4pm on MWF. This week’s show is about World Rabies Day (yes, we still have rabies in Pierce County and it is crucial to have your pets vaccinated!)
- Ain’t Misbehavin’ with animal behavior specialist Louisa Beal, DVM airs at 5:30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and at 1:30pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Join us for fun “tails” of animals and their humans!
- Climate Talk: In this week’s episode (which airs at 10am) John Doherty discusses the financial costs of climate change and what we can do. For notes to Climate Talk, click here.
- KBOO’s Locus Focus airs at 11am and this week feature “The Oregon Fires,” a discussion with Allie Rosenbluth of Rogue Climate in Phoenix, OR and Dominick DellaSala of Wild Heritage in Talent, OR who both had to evacuate due to the fires in Southern Oregon. She also talks with Tim Ingalsbee of Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics, and Ecology.
- Radio Tacoma Interviews air at noon daily
- We do the Work this week features an interview with Conor Casey, archivist for the Labor Archives of Washington, and Ellie Belew, author of High Voltage Women, and Megan Cornish, retiree from Seattle City Light, Part 2 Conor, Ellie, and Megan examine Seattle City Light’s Electrical Trades Program and how the first tradeswomen were treated as well as the effects of affirmative action and other organizations of the 1970’s. For more information or to buy the book ‘High Voltage Women’ by Ellie Belew and history, go to www.laborarchives.org or http://www.redletterpress.org/
For the complete weekly schedule go to http://radiotacoma.org/test-schedule/