RISE: Climate Change and Coastal Communities -- Saturdays at 2 p.m.
2/25 Part 3 Chuey’s Story
Adapting to climate change will be a messy and painful business. And in the short term there will be winners and losers. Chuey Cazare’s family is caught in this bind.
The Moth Radio Hour - Saturdays at 2 p.m., starting in March
3/3 A hair stylist recalls accompanying his father on hunting expeditions in Alabama, a young journalist carefully sets the stage to make her first time memorable, and best-selling novelist Walter Mosley cares for his ailing mother. Hosted by noted comic and storyteller Mike Birbiglia, and Jay Allison
3/10 A hiker is pinned underneath a refrigerator-sized boulder deep in the wilderness, a speechwriter describes his most challenging assignment ("Make Al Gore funny"), and a young art student battles her demons in the pursuit of love.
3/17 high school quarterback leaves Montana as a promising son and returns years later to reveal a shocking secret; a boy from Sierra Leone describes his transformation from innocent child to cold-hearted soldier; a teenage girl discovers how to control her errant parrot; and a construction worker discovers the up-side of his girlfriend's one-year prison sentence.
Ten states will hold Republican contests on Tuesday, March 6th. WCBU and NPR will have live coverage from 7 to 9pm, including results from around the country, candidate speeches, analysis and commentary.