Starting with a discovery in a bathtub, entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark explore two of the most formidable chemical defense systems in beetles.
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Flying Squirrels broadcaster Jon Laaser is joined by Wes McElroy, and Jay Burnham as they breakdown the first month of the 2014 season, Catcher Eric Sim visits FSI Field and Michael Feldstein stuffs his face at the PFG Food Show during Sandlot Sass at The Diamond.
Stake or cage your tomatoes while they’re still small enough to handle. Training them now will help keep the plants from spreading along the ground. Keeping your plants upright also increases air movement around the fruit and reduces the chances of disease.
Be sure to read Richard’s weekly Garden Q & A in the Saturday Home Section of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
The Community Idea Stations (WCVE PBS and WHTJ PBS), along with Ready To Learn, presented the annual PBS KIDS Writers Contest, designed to promote the advancement of children’s literacy skills through hands-on, active learning. Local winners from our viewing area were selected and awarded prizes in April of 2014.
Antiques Roadshow will air its three Richmond-based episodes on WCVE PBS/WHTJ PBS at 8:00 p.m. starting with Hour 1 on Monday, May 12, followed by Hour 2 on May 19, and concluding with Hour 3 on May 26.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss the curious and parasitic lives of hippoboscid flies.
Every year, 100 million Monarch butterflies set off on an incredible journey across North America. These beautiful creatures fly 2,000 miles to reach their remote destination: a tiny area high in the mountains of Mexico. Yet scientists are still puzzling over how the butterflies achieve this tremendous feat of endurance — and how, year after year, the Monarchs navigate with such hair's-breadth precision.