Here’s the schedule for this week’s “Where We Live” radio program, which airs at 9 a.m. on WNPR:
Monday, August 13
The Children in Room E4 (re-broadcast)
Today we revisit an interview with Susan Eaton, discussing Sheff v. O’Neill, and her latest book The Children in Room E4.
Tuesday, August 14
CT Law students changing lanes (re-broadcast)
Today we revisit our conversation with three recent UConn Law School graduates – who are challenging the old lawyer stereotypes.
Wednesday, August 15
It’s been almost two years since Hurricane Katrina swept through and devastated the gulf coast area. Today, Where We Live talks to Red Cross volunteers who responded to the crisis two years ago, and volunteers who are still responding today. We also talk to a documentary filmmaker who has just released a film about post-Katrina New Orleans.
Thursday, August 16
Today we celebrate National Breastfeeding Awareness Month – and we’ll look at Primary Care Physician shortage in Massachusetts.
Friday, August 17
Yale University’s Beverly Gage
Yale professor Beverly Gage joins us today, talking about her recent appearance on The History Channel series Lost Worlds, and about her upcoming book dealing with the 1920 terrorist bombing in New York City.