With Jean Ponzi
Mon Jul 22nd 2013 7.00pm–8.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links
Time zone: central
St. Louis Community Circus Band “HURRY UP!”
from Circus Harmony - First Movement (Circus Day Foundation www.circusharmony.org 2004) L —This zippy musical wind-up introduces two intense topics: Baby Teeth and the Bomb - and Clare Holdinghaus' experiences on the AmeriCorps StL Disaster Relief Team!
David Lobbig - Curator of Environmental Life, MO History Museum “Joseph Mangano - Director, Radiation and Public Health Project”
from Baby Teeth and the Bomb: How a huge Citizen Science effort helped slow the nuclear arms race - and continues to inform public health research! (www.mohistory.org and www.radiation.org and see www.moenviron.org for "Atomic States of America" film showing Weds 7-31-13 at St. Louis Community College Forest Park theater - 7 p.m. 2013) N L —When a cache of 85,000 baby teeth leftover from the 1950s-60s radiation exposure Baby Tooth Survey were found by Wash U, Joe Mangano's non-profit launched new research into the public health effects of nuclear energy - including power plant emissions.
Clare-Noel Holdinghaus - Volunteer, AmeriCorps St. Louis “Story of one young woman's experiences in two years on the ACSTL Emergency Response Team”
from From day-after Hurricane Sandy relief to replanting trees lost, six months after the Joplin MO tornado to fighting wildfires: Volunteer Service stories from an exceptional young woman. (www.ACSTL.org 2013) N L —"You Can Make A Difference" experiences for real! AmeriCorps volunteer contributions to some of our country's most intensive needs: in times of Disaster. AmeriCorps is now recruiting for 2014: Could this path of service be for you?
Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.