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In The Studio - A Woman's Mind Half Naked

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Rita Montes Martin hosts Jennifer Ann Gordon, Author and Speaker.

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topics discussed include: How she came to be a published author, excerpts from her book and how she supports other writers.

Recorded 12/10/15.

In The Studio - Life in 11 Dimensions

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Emily Merten hosts Pamela Trokanski, Creator, Life in 11 Dimensions.

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topics discussed include:  The up coming project Life in 11 Dimensions, a building to be complete in the summer of 2017 which will support aspects of 11 dimensions of life from the creative, health, arts, design, relaxation, fitness.

Recorded 12/10/15.

In The Studio - Newspapers at a Crossroads

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Debbie Davis, Editor and Assistant Publisher of the Davis Enterprise.

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topics discussed include: History of becoming the editor, Things the Enterprise has done to make cost reductions to stay in the black, their 24 hour on-line presence, the redesigned & reenergized website, new iPhone app, and how the community can support the Enterprise to keep this local community newspaper viable.

Recorded 12/10/15.

United States Bicycling Hall of Fame 2015 Induction Ceremony

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The 29th Annual U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame's Induction Ceremony, Dinner, and Silent Auction was held on Saturday November 7th in Davis, California at the Activities and Recreation Center at U.C. Davis

Past Hall of Famers, Olympians, World Champions, other Elite Cyclists and members of the public gathered to honor 2015 Inductees Janie Eickhoff Becker (Modern Road & Track Competitor), Alison Dunlap (Off-Road Competitor), Albert Crossley (Veteran Road & Track Competitor), and Andy Taus (Contributor to the Sport).

Artist's Connection - Lewis Nowosad - Stage Persona

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This episode's discussion on Stage Persona features a performance and insights from artist Lewis Nowosad.

In The Studio - Disaster Preparedness

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Vinita Domier hosts Rita Montes-Martin, Activist.

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topics discussed include: Ted koppel's book "Lights Out," the need for a personal plan to find family, have supplies in case of a disaster.

Recorded 11/19/15.

In The Studio - Students on the Silver Screen

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Emily Merten hosts Eran Lilley, Associate Producer, and David Fung, Associate Producer, both of the UCD Film Festival.

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topics discussed include: UCD Film Festival, fundraising, finding an audience, producing, types of films shown.

Recorded 11/19/15.

Media Edge

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"My Road Trip through the Whitest Towns in America" (13 minutes)

As America becomes more and more multicultural, Rich Benjamin noticed a phenomenon: Some communities were actually getting less diverse. So he got out a map, found the whitest towns in the USA — and moved in. In this TED Talk, he shares what he learned as a black man in Whitopia.

"Jimmy Carter: Mistreatment of Women is the Number One Human Rights Abuse" (16.5 minutes)

Artist's Connection - Steve Seskin - Performance

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Steve Seskin is a twice Grammy nominated singer/songwriter. Steve has written seven #1 hits, His songs have been recorded by Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, and many other nationally known recording artists. In this episode, Steve discusses Performance and the importance of putting on a great show with tune smith and journalist, Kevin Fagan.

In The Studio - Lights, Camera, Aggies!

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Jeff Shaw hosts Ayesha Bhasin, Executive Producer, Aggie Studios.

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topics discussed include: what is Aggie Studio, volunteers, types of programming they produce, how they handle equipment check-out and updating systems, goals for year, funding.

Recorded 10/22/15.

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