Interview

In The Studio - Women's Health: Heart Disease

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Amparo Villablanca, Prof. of Cardiovascular Medicine, and Heather Caswell, Women's Heart Health Advocate.

womenshearthealth.ucdavis.edu

topics discussed include: National Women's Health Week May 14-20, women's heart health and the work being done by UCDavis Women's Cardiovascular Medicine Program.

Recorded 03/30/17.

In The Studio - The Shift to Cycling

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Maria Contreras Tebbutt hosts Zane McDonald, UCD Institute of Transportation Studies.

thebikecampaign.com

topics discussed include: coming to Davis as someone who has been dependent on cars and trucks, and falling in love with using a bicycle for transportation.  What the UCD Institute of T. Studies does, what the researchers are doing and learning and the S.T.E.P.S. program.

In The Studio - California Raptor Center

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Matt Blake hosts Michelle Hawkins, BS, VMD, Director and Julia Cotton, Volunteer Outreach Cooordinator; both of the California Raptor Center.

californiaraptor.org

topics discussed include: open house Saturday May 6th, 9-3, demonstrations 10-noon on fascinating features of raptor biology + ecology, 2 birds on set, why they are there, the impact when they come in contact with humans, the work done at the raptor center.

The Language of Business - From Scratch

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What does it mean to start a business from scratch? It can be starting a new company around a brilliant idea, throwing out an existing social media campaign and going back to "square one". It can be also tackling an existing industry from a new angle, as well as being a one-person corporation. We have tales of new businesses with humble beginnings that are making it happen on this episode of The Language of Business.

Populist Dialogues - The Remaking of an American City with Steve Early

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Steve Early talks with host David Delk about his new book, Refinery Town - Big Oil, Big Money, And The Remaking Of An American City. Richmond CA has historically been a company town. The company has been Chevron. Steve talks about the formation of the Richmond Progressive Alliance and the transformation of Richmond into a progressive light port on the west coast. The role special interest money has played is a large part of the story as is how the RPA has used reforms lke public funding of political candidates and "tag" lines on political ads to take control of the city government.