This week, WPRB News and Culturestarts out with a fresh installment of Fireside Poetry! This episode, J.M. Colon delves into the poetry of Wallace Stevens. Then, Gabriel Watts takes us from the 1920s to today in her feature on the American tradition of whiskey distilling. We close the show with a segment of News Today on the Cyprus bailout, hosted by Rachna Vyas.
This Monday’s WPRB News and Culture begins with a segment of News Today, produced by Ellie Rizzo and narrated by Jackie Cremos.
Then, our host Vincent gives a Culture Corner interview of Professor James Charlesworth, a biblical scholar and director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Project at Princeton Theological Seminary, discussing the world of biblical scholarly research.
Finally, we close our show with Monday Evenings with the Nass, which critiques the “What I Be” Photography exhibit and its presentation of mental health issues.
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Listen to Hot Air on WPRB News and Culture, hosted by J.M. Colon. This week, we’re hosting a debate on “Should Europe Ditch the Euro?”. Stay tuned for the complete broadcast of this week’s News program, posted here:
Click here to download this week’s broadcast of WPRB News and Culture. Don’t forget to tune into 103.3FM on Mondays from 6:00 to 6:30pm! Click here to listen to the original TED talk on the media, featured on our show today.
This week, WPRB News takes you away from Princeton to Power Shift 2011 in Washington D.C., the largest grassroot environmental movement held in U.S. history. Rafael Grillo goes behind the scene to talk to leaders and offers first-hand account of what this movement is all about. Listen here.
Everyone hates the Farm Bill. Jackie Cremos spoke to Colleen McCullough, Will Herlands, and Josh Borkowski,
of Princeton University who organized the National Farm Bill Protest. They explained what the Farm Bill is,
and why it is harmful to consumers both in America and around the world. Click here to listen.