Sue Wagner

All Creatures Great and Small – Sunday at 9 p.m.

Tristan sets about collecting debts owed to the surgery and takes a shine to Maggie, the new barmaid at The Drovers. Siegfried hopes to bag the job of Attending Vet at Darrowby Racecourse, by buttering up the head of the race course,

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Lost Springs – Friday at 10 p.m.

A documentary film that follows artist Margaret Ross Tolbert as she experiences a collection of freshwater Florida springs normally inaccessible due to a dam. The film explores themes of loss, wonder and experience in nature as it follows the course of a drawdown of the dam’s pool which happens every …

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Florida Museum of Natural History
“Survival of the Slowest” Exhibit

Today’s episode features the Florida Museum of Natural History’s latest exhibit “Survival of the Slowest” on display from January 23 to September 12. Can slow and steady win the race? Does bigger always mean better? To answer these questions and more the exhibit features 16 different live animals that are …

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University of Florida Performing Arts

Today’s episode features the University of Florida Performing Arts in Gainesville. UFPA encompasses the Thomas Center, the Squitieri Studio Theatre, University Auditorium and the Baughman Center. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, UFPA has had to reinvent itself and now features streamed performances and reduced capacity live performances that …

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Dean Diane McFarlin, UF College of Journalism and Communications

Today’s episode features Diane McFarlin, dean of the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications in Gainesville. After an eight-year tenure, Dean McFarlin is retiring from the College. She is an alumna of UF with a degree in news editing. She has enjoyed an exciting career as a newspaper …

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Florida Friendly Landscaping Program

Today’s episode features the Florida Friendly Landscaping Program and the WUFT module Florida Friendly Landscaping in a Minute hosted by Tom Wichman. Sponsored by UF IFAS and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the module offers listeners practical landscaping techniques based on University of Florida horticultural research. The Florida Friendly …

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Horses Without Humans

Today’s episode features Horses Without Humans. This non-profit organization creates, develops and implements a training and rehoming program for horses in transition in order to keep them out of harm’s way. The rescue farm, located in Bell, Florida, is funded through donations to make sure that any horse in need …

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