Flying Squirrels broadcaster Jon Laaser, Wes McElroy and Jay Burnham review the Squirrels’ recent winning ways. Myles Schroder, a.k.a. “Super Utility Man” joins Jon on the FSI field to discuss the many gloves and equipment used for outfield, middle field/second base, first base, third base, and for catching. Enjoy the musical debut of “Biagini In A Bottle” by Phil McCormick and the Baby Squirrels.
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The format for this debate on climate change is comprised of three basic segments. The first segment features opening statements by the two panelists. The second segment consists of questions posed by the moderator and from the in-studio audience. The final segment concludes the debate with each panelist giving their closing statements.
Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy Presents: Living with Climate Change originally aired on WCVE PBS / WHTJ PBS on May 14, 2015.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and 88.9 WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss a new article in the Journal of Experimental Biology on how many moths, especially smaller species, launch themselves into the air with a jump before taking flight.
Watch a short video by the New York Times on how moths jump to become airborne.
Flying Squirrels broadcaster Jon Laaser, Wes McElroy and Jay Burnham discuss the rough patch the Squirrels are experiencing early in the season. Enjoy a new segment called “Baby Squirrels” hosted by pitchers Jack Snodgrass and Phil McCormick. Steve Kline, Flying Squirrels Pitching Coach, is a first-time guest to the FSI field.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss the distinctive features of tiger beetles and their voracious habits.
An Instructor of Marketing at the University of Richmond’s Robins School of Business says his students seem more reluctant to speak up in class and actually seem “scared” to talk. Bill Bergman, who is also President and CEO of the Bergman Group, a Richmond marketing firm, says they tell him it is because they fear it would be broadcast across social media.
88.9 WCVE’s Charles Fishburne has this Science Matters report.
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Amy interviews Johnny Townsend from the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Natural Heritage Program about rare plants in Virginia including: Longleaf pine, Trillium and Pyxie moss. Peggy goes to Williamsburg to talk garden design with Laura Viancour. The “Tip from Maymont” is about removing unwanted vines from flowering bushes. Trillium is also the Plant of the Month. (Show #1502)
Flying Squirrels broadcaster Jon Laaser, Wes McElroy and Jay Burnham share their impressions of the 2015 team. Jon sits down with Shane Turner, Director of Player Development, San Francisco Giants. Kenny Joyce, Flying Squirrels Hitting Coach, pays a visit to the studio field to share observations on hitting by some of the players on the squad.