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NPR’s ‘Hidden Brain’ Now Weekly Radio Show

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Glenn Richards, host of 89.1 WUFT-FM Morning Edition, spoke with NPR social science correspondent Shankar Vedantam, who hosts the podcast and new weekly radio show Hidden Brain.

Hidden Brain can be heard beginning Sunday at 4 p.m., right before All Things Considered, part of the new weekend lineup on 89.1 WUFT-FM and 90.1 WJUF-FM.

From NPR:

Hidden Brain links research from psychology and neurobiology with findings from economics, anthropology and sociology, among other fields. The goal of Hidden Brain isn’t merely to entertain, but to give you insights to apply at work, at home and throughout your life.

Hidden Brain began as a weekly series on NPR’s Morning Edition and launched as a podcast in September 2015. It became an hour-long radio show in the fall of 2017.

The show has won numerous awards, including a Webby and a Kavli Science Journalism Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

The Hidden Brain team can be reached via emailFacebook, Twitter or Instagram.

About Glenn Richards

Glenn Richards is Operations Coordinator and local host for Morning Edition on WUFT-FM. His background includes 30+ years of radio in South Florida as an air personality, promotion director, and morning show producer (WSHE, WZTA, & WFLC). His previous education includes a Bachelor of Science in Communication from the University of Miami where he was also general manager of WVUM-FM. Upon his arrival in Gainesville in 2006 to pursue a telecommunication master’s degree at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, he worked as an air personality at WRUF-FM (both Rock104 and Country 103.7 The Gator). One of Glenn’s passions is local music. Since 1990, he has produced and hosted local music programs in both South Florida and Gainesville, playing demos and independent releases from unsigned artists, many of whom went on to national prominence including: Marilyn Manson, Sister Hazel, For Squirrels, Matchbox 20, Saigon Kick, Mary Karlzen, Nil Lara, Hundred Waters, and more.

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