On Lifespan, you’ll hear stories about encounters with the health care system. Each show contains stories bound by a common theme – a person’s personal journey through a particular type of medical trauma. The stories are deeply personal. Some stories reflect a person’s response to treatment and other stories simply reflect on the aftermath of an illness. Even when multiple people are describing their experiences with the same disease, condition or treatment, each account is unique.
Spectrum features conversations with an eclectic group of fascinating people, some are famous and some are not, but they all have captivating stories. Spectrum, hosted by veteran journalist Tom Hodson, addresses a wide range of relevant topics through gripping stories of individuals.
Host Nicole Phillips is a champion for using kindness to overcome all of life’s difficulties, including her own battle with breast cancer. She spreads the message of the healing power of kindness through her public speaking and this podcast, where she invites guests to share their kindness stories.
Jazzed About Work features lively, informal conversations about everything it takes to create a resilient and rewarding career. In each segment, host Beverly Jones interviews professionals who can share their expertise related to the workplace. Her guests go beyond the research and get personal, as they talk about their interesting and often surprising professionals paths.
Hosted by Scott Titsworth, Dean of the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, “Teaching Matters” is an audio series exploring learning and teaching a new generation of students in a technological age. It is aimed at teachers, parents and students.
Host Jorma Kaukonen introduces each program's featured artist in a series of concerts recorded at the Fur Peace Ranch guitar camp in Meigs County, Ohio. An eclectic blend of performances including blues, folk, Americana, rock, bluegrass, and jazz.
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Music can magically connect family members with each other and with their heritage.
It also can bind friends together over decades.
To understand this dynamic, WOUB visited 10 area families and groups to explore the origins of music in their lives and the role it plays.
We talked with parents and children, spouses, and long-time friends.
What we discovered was “Perfect Harmony”.