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Tom Levenson talks with author and science historian Naomi Oreskes, about extreme weather: the 5/20 Oklahoma tornado and the social costs of climate change, carbon policy and inaction.
Naomi co-authored - with Erik M. Conway - "Merchants of Doubt, How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco to Global Warming," about Big Tobacco, climate science, the establishment of scientific consensus and the role and character of scientific dissent.
More at http://virtuallyspeaking.us/virtually-speaking-science/
On Saturday, October 16th at 4 PM EST, 3 PM CST, 1 PM PST the booking staff of the Under The Sea Radio Program have scheduled Mr Jake Levenson for the Careers in Marine Biology series here on the Under the Sea Radio Program produced by our co - host Mr Warren Gibbons. of Salt Water Aquariums Explained http://www.saltwateraquariumsexplained.com Mr Levenson is a program officer from the International Fund of Animal Welfare and is involved with the Whale Program of that international organiz
Tom Levenson - filmmaker and Prof of Science Writing at MIT - hosts Maryn McKenna. The topic is looming antibiotic disaster.
A journalist and author who specializes in public health, global health and food policy, Maryn is the author of Superbug: The Fatal Menace of MRSA and Beating Back the Devil: On the Front Lines with the Disease Detectives of the Epidemic Intelligence Service.
More at http://virtuallyspeaking.us/virtually-speaking-science/2013/4/14/tom-levenson-maryn-mckenna
Recently I appeared on the Jake Pentland Show on Blog Talk Radio to discuss feminism and masculinity. It was an interesting discussion where Jake and I found a few points we agreed on, but was often interrupted by the shrill and irrational vomiting of bad ideas from the female nincompoops associated with his show.
Still, I really enjoyed the experience, and it got me to thinking. What would it be like to talk to Jake Pentland 1 on 1 about feminism and manhood without the rude and ill-informed party crashing by the local femistasi?
You can find out tomorrow, in a special episode of AVFM Radio. It will be Jake and I, no mute button, no high-pitched wailing and no Roseanne Bar.
Host Tom Levenson - filmmaker, author and professor of science writing at MIT - talks with print and radio journalist Cynthia Graber. She writes about science, food, culture, international development and the environment. They talk about her ebook 'Electric Shock' and biology, regenerative medicine and electricity. Follow @cagraber @TomLevenson Read http://inversesquare.wordpress.com/2013/02/20/i-sing-the-body-electric-program-notes-this-afternoon-at-5-est-8-pst/ https:
Jake Silbermann grew up in New York City and from an early age pursued theatre both in school and with the renowned conservatories, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and Stella Adler. After graduating with a BFA from Syracuse University, Jake returned to New York where he began his career first in television appearing in "Guiding Light", "Gossip Girl", "As The World Turns" where he originated the controversial role of Noah Mayer, and in ABC's upcoming "Georgetown". Jake made his stage debut with The Little Shubert Theatre and followed that with the McCarter Theatre in Princeton in an Emily Mann directed production. He is also the writer of the award winning short film "Stuffer" (dir. Nathan Crooker). Jake is a founding member of The Camisade Theatre Company. Currently, he is working on "The Revival," a film which is is writing and producing independently. Please help Jake complete this project by donating through the KickStarter program.
Join Karan Ashley, Jeffrey Emmette and Katrina Johnson, Monday thru Friday nights at 9pm EST, 6pm PST
The Jake Pentland Show airs Saturdays at 4pm EST, 1pm PST
The Schmooze with Stephanie and Daisy airs Mondays at 10pm EST, 7pm PST
Ask Mama with Viola airs Tuesdays at 10pm EST, 7pm PST
Title Pending with Ethan airs Wednesdays at 10pm EST, 7pm PST
No Rules with Topher and Christian airs
Marc Bartolomeo, Jake Miller & The Sledge Grits Band
Jake Miller, eone recording artist will be takling about his EP and his summer tour!
Lenore welcomes "America’s Hunkiest Handyman” Marc Bartolomeo to Teen Groove On The Move. Marc currently host DIY's Kitchen Impossible and HGTV's Great Rooms.
Meet The Sledge Grits Band! They are the young, fresh and edgy pop-rock band invading your tv screen!
Tom Levenson - filmmaker and Prof of Science Writing at MIT - hosts Emily Anthes. They'll discuss animals and biotechnology. In her just released Frankenstein's Cat: Cuddling Up to Biotech's Brave New Beasts, Emily explore's how genetic engineering, cloning, prosthetics, neural implants, and other technologies are shaping the future of the world's wild things. Along the way, she investigate more than a few strange critters, including a glow-in-the-dark cat, a bionic bulldog, and a remote-controlled cyborg beetle. Follow @emilyanthes @tomlevenson @sherryreson (Producer) Links: http://emilyanthes.com/