July 14th – July 22nd, 2019
Inquiry: Dahlia Schweitzer & Siva Vaidhyanathan
Sunday, July 14th – 9:00 pm
Movies and television shows about outbreaks of contagious diseases and plagues of zombies are common. But why are these stories so popular? Tonight on Inquiry, we talk with DAHLIA SCHWEITZER, an adjunct professor at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Her new book unearths the “outbreak narrative”: GOING VIRAL: ZOMBIES, VIRUSES, AND THE END OF THE WORLD.
Did Facebook help Trump get elected? Facebook may seem an innocent way to pass some time, but tonight’s guest on Inquiry declares Facebook: “too big to govern, and we are victims of its success.” Facebook is great at motivation but it’s terrible for deliberating, which is the cornerstone of all democracies. Tonight on Inquiry, we talk with SIVA VAIDHYANATHAN. He is the Robertson Professor of Media Studies and Director of the Center for Media and Citizenship at the University of Virginia. His new book is ANTI-SOCIAL MEDIA: HOW FACEBOOK DISCONNECTS US AND UNDERMINES DEMOCRACY.
Public Eye: Patrice Onwuka
Sunday, July 14th – 10:30 pm
A recent survey suggests that many Americans feel little to no pride for this country. The problem is especially prevalent among younger Americans who have been influenced by social media. Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al is joined by Patrice Onwuka, a senior policy analyst at the Independent Women’s Forum in Washington D.C. As a young African American woman, her viewpoint is quite intriguing.
The Story Behind Her Success & On the Mic:
Sunday, July 14th – 11:00 pm
The Story Behind Her Success with Candy O’Terry
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: JAYME WASHINGTON
Jayme Washington has made a name for herself as the Founder & CEO of Washtone Media. A digital architect with 650 clients worldwide, Jayme’s company specializes in SEO: search engine optimization, social media marketing and strategy, branding, small business start-ups, product launches and more. A business leader and a fearless entrepreneur, Jayme is also a devoted community leader, a mentor, a public speaker, a coach, and a trailblazer. But if you were to ask Jayme what she is most proud of, this loving wife and mother of five will point to her family, the power of her faith, and the lessons she has learned as a breast cancer survivor. #mydoveproductions #storybehindhersuccess #16LifeLessons @CandyOterry
On Mic with Jordan Rich
ON MIC: WILLIAM MARTINBest-selling award-winning author William Martin, talks with Jordan about his latest novel of history and suspense, “Bound for Gold: A Peter Fallon Novel of the Gold Rush.” Listen to the On Mic with Jordan Rich podcast at chartproductions.com. Now on Google Podcasts too!
Folk Revival: Summer Festivals Festivals & Beyond 2
Thursday, July 18th – 7 PM
Looking ahead to some of this summer’s folk festivals and more, including Newport and Portsmouth, with interviews, insights, and plenty of songs! Host Nick Noble will be talking with the legendary Livingston Taylor, while the folk duo Wattle & Daub (all the way from Chicago) will be live in the studio. Also, a few more treats and surprises. Tune in and enjoy!