Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour: Episodes 14 & 15

Author: Skylar Bayer

Today I’m headed to Rockland to do a live studio interview! That should be up online later this week.

For now, I’ve uploaded Episodes 14 and 15 from the last month. Episode 14 has some interesting audio, including my TEDx talk (if you have not heard/seen it) and a clip from the discovery of a giant deep sea sponge from The Guardian. Highlights include some information on World Oceans Day and some tips on how to reduce your plastic use everyday.

Episode 15 features Mr. Thom Young, with a lot of discussion about frigate birds (which are just incredible animals!), thoughts on BREXIT and its effects on fishing policy, and of course organic farming. It is also plastic free July! Check out the website to see what you can do to reduce your disposable plastic use this month and make a pledge! Thom will definitely be back on the air again when blueberry season hits and probably before then.

The audio on this track is a little odd at times and I apologize for that.

Today and through this next week, the individual interviews from episodes should start trickling onto the interview and field reports soundcloud page.

Episode 14

Music breaks: The Gammy Bird by Christopher Young, Roam by the B-52s, Earth by Imogen Heap.

Episode 15

Music breaks: The Gammy Bird by Christopher Young, Young Americans by David Bowie, American Pie by Don McLean, Mother Nature’s Son cover by Sheryl Crow.

As always… if you are interested in being on the show as a guest (you can call in, too!) or have suggestions, comments or questions, just email me at strictlyfishwrap [at] gmail [dot] com.

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