Clip of the Week

Clip of the Week
12:00 am
Thu July 24, 2014

Finding Peace Between People And Elephants

Dr. Jonah Western, chairman of the African Conservation Centre, Nairobi, Kenya
Credit David Western

Dr. Jonah Western, chairman of the African Conservation Centre, Nairobi, Kenya Western is a scientist studying conflict and co-existence between wildlife and humans. In community-based conservation, Western has discovered a model that could be useful not just in Kenya, but in Montana.

In our Clip of the Week he explains how two different  elephant encounters heavily influenced his view of wildlife and wildlife-human conflict.

Read more
The Food Guys
11:41 pm
Wed July 16, 2014

What's Really in 100% Orange Juice?

Credit Civileats.com, Gardenblackwash

Does  the term "100% pure orange juice" accurately describe an orange-flavored,  chemically-altered, long-shelf-life product? "The Food Guys" explain why 100% pure may not mean what you think it means.

Hear the entire Orange Juice episode or listen to  "The Food Guys" online, via podcast, or on the air on Sundays at 11:20 a.m.

Read more
Clip of the Week
7:00 am
Thu July 10, 2014

Clip Of The Week: Like Asking For A Date

Hilary Hahn
Credit IMG Artists

Grammy Award-winning violinist Hilary Hahn  commissioned 26 composers from around the world to write short-form works, suitable for use by violinists as performance encores for her latest recording "In 27 Pieces".

In our Clip Of The Week, Hilary tells John Floridis that cold-calling composers was like asking for a date.

Read more
Clip of the Week
7:00 am
Thu July 3, 2014

Clip Of The Week: A Child's Experience With Segregation

Dr. Les Purce.

Dr. Les Purce is the president of The Evergreen State College. The family photos on his wall are an American account of slavery, Indians, westward migration, hard luck and hard work.

In our Clip of the Week, Dr. Purce recounts a childhood experience with segregation.

Listen to the entire interview with Dr. Purce, or hear more episodes of Home Ground Radio online, via podcast or on the air on Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m.

Read more
Clip of the Week
7:00 am
Thu June 26, 2014

Clip of the Week: Crafting a Life in Montana

Greg Morley hand crafts cedar canoes in Montana.
Credit Clay Scott

Master canoe builder Greg Morley loves building canoes and exploring the Montana wilderness surrounding his home. He talks about the intersection of place and purpose in this week's Clip of the Week.

Read more
Clip of the Week
7:00 am
Thu June 19, 2014

Clip of the Week: Conflict Between Trappers and Blackfeet

In 1810, John Jacob Astor sent out two advance parties to settle the wild, unclaimed western coast of North America. More than half of his men died violent deaths. The others survived starvation, madness, and greed to shape the destiny of a continent.

Listen as Peter Stark describes how the killing of a Blackfoot man by the Lewis and Clark expedition came back to haunt later fur trappers.

Read more
Clip of the Week
7:00 am
Thu June 12, 2014

Clip of the Week: Pramila Jayapal on immigrating to the U.S. at sixteen

Pramila Jayapal
Credit Pramila Jayapal

Pramila Jayapal is a fellow at the University of Washington law school and the Center for Community Change, and a Washington state senate candidate. She ran an immigrant advocacy organization for 11 years, and was a White House "Champion of Change" in 2013.

When Jayapal came to the United States from India at age sixteen, her family could afford just one international phone call with her each year. Listen below as she talks about the call that dropped a bombshell on her father.

Read more