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In The Studio - Jumping at Shadows

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Lin Weaver hosts Sasha Abramsky, Author.

topics discussed include: "Jumping at Shadows," Abramsky's latest book, "The Triumph of Fear and the End of the American Dream," terrorism to disease, fearful parenting, fear of vaccinations, gun violence, and the ricochet effect it has throughout our economy, culture & politics.

In The Studio - Human Trafficking

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Jessica Wong hosts Jeff Reisig, Yolo County District Attorney, and Jennifer Davis, Yolo DA Investigator.

topics discussed include: The problem of human trafficking in Yolo County due to the 2 freeways intersecting, signs of children being trafficked, how it is investigated, and the work the DA's office is doing to help victims.

Wine Country at Work - Wine Tasting 101

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Ralph de Amicis is a top wine tour guide in the two top wine destinations in the world, Napa and Sonoma. Over the years from visiting wineries with his clients he had learned a thing or two about what makes a wine tasting enjoyable and educational. He share some of that here and follows that up with some insights about wine grapes based on clients questions, and finally a look at enjoying sparkling wines.

Wine Country at Work - Napa Walking Tour

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Napa is known for being a famous producer of wine and yet its history goes far beyond that. One of the towns great performing historians is tour guide and actor George Webber, who has created numerous characters, both fictional and historic to tell the fascinating story of Napa and Sonoma. This half hour interview in Napa with host Ralph de Amicis is filled with interesting insights about the region and the work of an actor/tour guide.

Wine Country at Work - Napa Wine Train

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This rolling museum/restaurant rolls up the beautiful Napa Valley twice daily, but what goes on behind the scenes, with these antique cars hosting visitors from throughout the world is a whirl of well organize activity. Ralph starts of in the train yard among the repair crews, moves into the big commercial kitchen, and then travels up the valley splitting his time between compact kitchen, work areas, dining cars and platforms. It is a wonderful, graceful relaxing trip.

Wine Country at Work - Viader Vineyards

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Perched on the steep hillsides of Howell Mountain in Northern Napa, this small family winery is known for its remarkable wines and incredible scenery. Here Ralph is looking for answers about how much the location shapes both the products and the experience? The answer appears to be, dramatically! This episode is not surprisingly filled with gorgeous scenery and a wonderful interview with the tasting manager, a native of Napa with wonderful insights about the local wine world.