Fellow podcaster and meteorologist Tony Pann stops in. His journey to Baltimore and back, climate science, and stick around as he ranks the best golfers of WBAL toward the end. Spoiler alert...I'm not on that list. Enjoy!
Sep 29, 2020
We go back behind the scenes...this time with 11 News Today traffic anchor Lacee Griffith. Her love of taste tests, her craft, and the bizarre moment that we will forever share that occurred live on TV ...are all included in this episode. Thanks Lacee!
Aug 31, 2020
This week we talk to U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams about the country's COVID fight. He weighs in on everything from opening schools to masking up. Also hear from Lauren Stienstra, program director for homeland security & emergency management at the National Governors Association. She lays out what will be needed to distribute an eventual COVID vaccine and the hurdles that remain. Enjoy!
Aug 11, 2020
Mask Up! That's the call from Annapolis as coronavirus and hospitalization numbers rise. We spend time with the incoming Deputy State Health Secretary for Public Health Dr. Jinlene Chan. (Apologies for an audio glitch in that interview) We also remember Mo Gabba.
Jul 31, 2020
Hearst's consumer guru Jeff Rossen was nice enough to stop through. His current piece is on what school could look like in the fall. We also talk about theme parks and wearing masks...also what happens when your wife is the test subject in a COVID scammer story. Great perspective and fun on this episode.
Jul 10, 2020
Classic rock, Prince, Italian food...and journalism. Those are just some of the things that make Andre Hepkins tick. We catch up with him in this behind the scenes episode...with a quick pandemic update from me and Cath.
Jul 3, 2020
Professor and author Dr. Kaye Whitehead joins us for a wide-ranging discussion about social justice, how protests have grown worldwide, and the task ahead for future leaders of Baltimore.
Jun 13, 2020
Life coach Ericka Sallee discusses having conversations in your own home about recent headlines with family, talking to your kids, and understanding your own feelings in the midst of the George Floyd demonstrations.
Jun 5, 2020
The pandemic appears to have a particular hold on the minority community both physically and financially. Jamye Wooten of the group CLLCTIVLY is working to help Baltimore's black-owned businesses stay afloat as many struggle to find loans.
May 22, 2020
Still unclear about contact tracing? We talk to Johns Hopkins epidemiologist and public health researcher Dr. Emily Gurley about contact tracing. Why is it important? And how you can help in the research. Opening music by: Scheming Weasel (faster version) by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4326-scheming-weasel-faster-version- License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
May 18, 2020