appears in the following:

Angie McMahon journeys through the cycle of grief in album 'Light, Dark, Light Again'

Sunday, November 12, 2023

Ayesha Rascoe speaks to Australian singer/songwriter Angie McMahon about her sophomore album "Light, Dark, Light Again".


Palestinian and Israeli teachers say students are struggling to cope with the conflict

Sunday, November 05, 2023

We hear from a Palestinian teacher Eyad Alsouqi and an Israeli teacher Karen Neuberger about what it's been like to work with students during this latest crisis.


A trans teenager and her mom reflect on Nebraska restricting gender-affirming care

Sunday, October 08, 2023

NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with transgender teenager Nola Rhea and her mother Heather Rhea about a new Nebraska law restricting gender-affirming care.


'Mutt' is a journey into what happens when your past and present collide

Sunday, August 20, 2023

NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with actor Lío Mehiel and writer/director Vuk Lungulov Klotz about their movie, "Mutt."


Maine Gov. Janet Mills on the state's use of federal funding to combat climate change

Sunday, August 13, 2023

NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with Maine Gov. Janet Mills about the state's implementation of rebates for heat pumps to lower carbon emissions.


U.S.-Russia tensions are playing out in Niger in the wake of its military coup

Sunday, August 06, 2023

NPR's Eyder Peralta speaks to Wassim Nsar, a senior research fellow at the Soufan Center, about the coup in Niger and how tensions between the U.S. and Russia are playing out in West Africa.


Simple, refreshing recipes for hot summer days from 'America's Test Kitchen'

Sunday, July 02, 2023

NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster from "America's Test Kitchen" on their best simple recipes for a hot summer weekend.


Philadelphia I-95 bridge collapse will cause more issues than just traffic

Saturday, June 17, 2023

Workers are beginning to rebuild the collapsed section of Interstate 95 outside Philadelphia. Construction is expected to take weeks or months, and have ramifications up and down the East Coast.


An annual Colorado festival celebrates Mike, a headless chicken

Saturday, June 03, 2023

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with McKenzie Kimball, director of a very quirky tradition in Fruita, CO - the "Mike the Headless Chicken Festival."


Flooded with online hate, the musician corook decided to keep swimming

Sunday, May 28, 2023

Made famous on TikTok, "if i were a fish" is a silly, fun ode to self-acceptance and self-confidence from the musician corook.


The perfect storm that led to Caroline Rose's 'The Art of Forgetting'

Sunday, May 07, 2023

NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with songwriter Caroline Rose about their new album, The Art of Forgetting.


What to know about the newest COVID-19 variant

Sunday, May 07, 2023

NPR's Ayesha Rascoe asks Dr. Carlos del Rio of Emory University what listeners need to know about the newest COVID-19 variant to reach the United States, Arcturus or XBB.1.16.


Congress has revised the debt ceiling 78 times since 1960. An expert explains why

Saturday, April 29, 2023

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with author and Johns Hopkins University financial history professor, Kathleen Day, on the history of the debt ceiling.