Writer’s Voice with Francesca Rheannon
We talk with Elsa Panciroli about her book, “Beasts Before Us: The Untold Story of Mammal Origins and Evolution.” It provides a fascinating and uplifting look at the resilience of life on this planet, through the lens of how mammals came to be.
Then, motivated by the pandemic lockdown, many people renewed a gardening tradition that was all the rage during WWII, the Victory garden. We kick off the gardening season talking with Maggie Stuckey about “The Container Victory Garden: A Beginners Guide To Growing Your Own Groceries.”
Monday, April 3 at 10:00 PM.
First Tuesday Rainy Day Radio with Richard Hill
8:45 PM – an in-studio interview with Nigerian highlife musician Okwy Osadebe, who will discuss his development as a musician following in the footsteps of his father, the late Chief Stephen Osadebe, the most renown highlife band leader in Nigeria. Okwy will air for the first time tracks from his new release.
9:50 – Henry Lowendorf, chairman of the Greater New Haven Peace Council, will discuss the indictment of Donald Trump and will share his views on how President Biden’s prosecution of the proxy war in Ukraine might affect his re-election prospects.
Tuesday evening, April 4.