Writer’s Voice with Francesca Rheannon
We talk with Rabbi Michael Lerner about his book “Revolutionary Love: A Political Manifesto to Heal and Transform the World.” Then we look deeper into how to build solidarity in our divided nation. We air excerpts from some other conversations about that issue that aired this year on Writer’s Voice.
We talk with Tim Wise about “Dispatches from the Race War,” Jane Kleeb about “Harvest The Vote,” Dr. Abdul El Sayed about “Healing Politics” and Tyson Yunkaporta about “Sand Talk. How Indigenous Thinking Can Save The World.”
Monday, January 4 at 10:00 PM and archived.
North Fork Works with Hazel Kahan
This month on North Fork Works, Glynis Berry, architect, planner and water activist talks about water conservation, explains the existential threats to Long Island’s aquifer and why Southold’s water consumption is not sustainable. I first interviewed Glynis in Sept. 2018 but two years later her message has not changed: the North Fork must work harder to conserve water with residential users of public water tending to use more water than the national average and with summer use over twice the national average for single-family homes.
Wednesday, January 6 at 7:30 PM and archived.
Shortcuts with Peter Bochan
Peter Bochan’s Shortcuts — Tributes. Additional tributes in this Shortcuts special edition — edited in Peter’s unique and amazing style. The conclusion of his look back at 2020.
Thursday, January 7 at 1:00 PM.