BIZ101U TV - Goverment Influence on Business - M Basayne

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"GOVERNMENT INFLUENCE ON BUSINESS: featuring Mike Basayne - Candidate for Napa County Treasurer" where Host Rose Sheehan interviews Mike Basayne, Business Expert, Chair of the Napa County Tax appeals Board, and Candidate for Napa County Treasurer on what it takes to build a business successfully.

In The Studio - Contributions of Muslim Athletes

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Aleem Shabazz, Co-founder of Crescent Sports Media, hosts Imam Raqeeb Abduljabbar, of the Sacramento Islamic Resource Center.

Sacramento Islamic Resource Center
4301 Marconi Avenue
on Facebook, or 916-342-5054

topics discussed include: how the resource center got started, what resources are available there, how you can contribute knowledge and skills, the roles Muslim athletes have found themselves in, athletes and politics and how changing economics in sports have affected their willingness to speak out on political matters.

Recorded 02/13/20.

Fast Forward - Joe Halderman

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SFWA Grand Master author Joe Haldeman talks about his illustrious career as a science fiction writer! Mr. Haldeman talks about his experiences at various writing workshops, his work as a writing teacher, and the pros and cons of long-term writing contracts.

Also in this episode:

Steve Cordle reviews Fire Touched, a Mercy Thompson novel by Patricia Briggs.

Marianne Petrino gives a rating of 3 chans to Red Data Girl, an anime series distributed by Funimation.

Fast Forward - Jo Walton

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In episode #290 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction we interview award winning author Jo Walton. Ms. Walton talks about her latest series of books, the Thessaly trilogy, describing the special challenges of creating a world that has classical gods and magic, as well as sentient robots. She also talks about the opportunities the books gave her to explore issues of morality, equality and responsibility, using the story of the creation and development of a version of Plato's Republic.

In The Studio - Civil War through the Eyes of a Child

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Quanuquanei A. Karmue, Author of Witness: A Civil War through the Eyes of a Child.

topics discussed include: the history of Liberia, the two Liberian civil wars, Quanuquanei's experiences of the war as an eight year old child, the violence and devastation wrought by the war.

Recorded 01/16/20.

In The Studio - The Immune System and the Brain

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Lin Weaver hosts Kimberley McAllister, Professor of Neurobiology, Director of UC Davis Center for Neuroscience.

topics discussed include: the immune system and how it communicates with the brain, new evidence that helps us understand what may cause diseases such as Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis and schizophrenia, how viral infection affects brain development.

Recorded 12/11/19.

Wine Country at Work - The 1881 Napa Museum and Tasting Room

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In the heart of the Napa Valley is California's oldest running market, the Oakville Market. Right next door is the new wine country museum and tasting room called 1881, for the year that the market started. This is the story of its creation with the person who acted as the director and manager, George Webber. He is interviewed by Ralph DeAmicis.