In The Studio - 2015

Shows are produced by volunteers under the supervision of Davis Media Access staff.

In The Studio profiles various non-profits, individuals, and events from the Davis Community.

In The Studio - Child Abuse Prevention

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Lori Aldrete hosts Katie Villegas, Executive Director, Yolo County Children's Alliance, Jim Provenza, County Supervisor & Chair, Yolo County Children's Alliance, Alissa Sykes, Division Manager, Children's Services/Yolo County DESS.

yolokids.org

topics discussed include: preventing child abuse

In The Studio - Ken Mercurio: Head Over Wheels

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Jeff Shaw hosts Ken Mercurio, author of Head Over Wheels.

Topics discussed include: Ken's cycling journey, the failure of the carbon-fiber fork on his bike that caused a catastrophic accident, how he overcame his injuries, riding again, and the book he wrote detailing his experience.

sunburypress.com

Recorded 03/12/15

In The Studio - Local Content Production: Behind the Scenes

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Pieter Pastoor, Volunteer TV Producer/DJ and Sam Hawk, Volunteer TV Producer.

Topics discussed include: The difference between radio and TV productions, What's involved in producing a TV show, and the services Davis Media Access offers to help volunteers with learning equipment and how to producer.

In The Studio - Mercer Veterinary Clinic for Pets of the Homeless

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Emily Merten hosts Rachel Ferris, Head Coordinator, and Caroline Hogan, Pharmacy Coordinator, both of the Mercer Veterinary Clinic.

mercerclinic.org

mercerclinicpets@gmail.com

topics discussed include: fundraising, undergrad veterinary experience, benefits of the Mercer Vet Clinic to our community.

Recorded 01/22/15.

In The Studio - Police Community Relations

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Lin Weaver hosts Patty Wong, County Librarian/Archivist, Yolo County Library, and Calvin Handy, UC Berkeley and UC Davis Police Chief Emeritus.

post.ca.gov

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peelian_Principles

topics dicussed include: The March 12th Forum on Community Policing, challenges, frustrations and innovative solutions to better relations between the people and the police; The Peel's Principles of Modern Law Enforcement, and the California Law Enforcement Code of Ethics.