Airs Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
A call-in radio show featuring experts from the UF Veterinary Hospitals speaking on a variety of animal health-related topics. The show, hosted by Dana Hill of WUFT, features UF faculty clinicians, who speak about common veterinary problems in their area of expertise. Listeners can call in to 352-392-8989 with questions related to the topic being discussed.
- U.S. veterinarians helping Ukrainian pets in need
- The cancer risk disparity between purebred and non-purebred dogs
- Archive from Jan. 21, 2022: “Wild Eyes: Vision Issues in Exotic Species
- Guarding your wallet — and your heart — against dog-leasing schemes
- Protecting powerhouse pollinators
- Phasing out certain over-the-counter antibiotics for livestock
- Summertime ramps up the risk of ear problems
- How dogs learned to communicate with humans
- Cats costs versus pooch payments: the financial disparities
- Perils of cats in trees
Airs twice a day on weekdays, once during Morning Edition and after the PBS NewsHour on WUFT 89.1 and 90.1
Health in a Heartbeat is a credible source of health information that inspires and informs listeners and satisfies their growing appetite for news they can use. For more than 10 years Health in a Heartbeat has offered a daily dose of medical wisdom.
Produced by the UF Health and WUFT-FM.
- Genes may determine your food choices
- 40-year-olds are a sleepy bunch
- ‘Exercise pill’ could be on the way
- Self-confidence about health impacts how often we visit doctor, study shows
- Small quantities of coffee OK during pregnancy, study finds
- A few not-so-expected ways to naturally lower blood pressure
- Balance test in mid- to later life provides clue about longevity
- Many people think their diet is healthier than it actually is
- New, larger study finds avocados a good diet addition
- Study: Asthma rescue inhalers still overused
“Tell Me About It” is a weekly audio storytelling series hosted by Sue Wagner, WUFT community relations coordinator, focusing on events, organizations and research projects by those that helped create them and those that have benefited.
- First Annual Cedar Key Shark Swim
- River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding
- Visit Gainesville/Alachua County
- Working Food
- Cade Museum: Wandering the Milky Way
- FANFARES & FIREWORKS 2022
- Patriot Service Dogs of Marion County
- Florida Springs Council
- Current Problems
- Hurricane Season 2022
A daily roundup of important Florida stories curated by WUFT’s The Point newsletter team and produced for audio by students at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications.
- The Point Podcast 08-12-2022 (August 12, 2022)
- The Point Podcast 08-11-2022 (August 11, 2022)
- The Point Podcast 8-10-2022 (August 10, 2022)
- The Point Podcast 08-09-2022 (August 9, 2022)
- The Point Podcast 08-08-2022 (August 8, 2022)
- The Point Podcast 08-05-2022 (August 5, 2022)
- The Point Podcast 08-04-2022 (August 4, 2022)
- The Point Podcast 8-3-2022 (August 3, 2022)
- The Point Podcast 08-02-2022 (August 2, 2022)
- The Point Podcast 08-01-2022 (August 1, 2022)
Welcome to From Florida, a podcast where you’ll learn how minds are connecting, great ideas are colliding and groundbreaking innovations become a reality because of the University of Florida. Host Nicci Brown talks with UF faculty, researchers, students and administrators — thought leaders From Florida — who are moving our state, nation and the world forward.
- NSF director: Let’s seize this moment to achieve prosperity for all (June 1, 2022)
- The best climate change reporting drives solutions (April 27, 2022)
- Preparing students to take the lead in protecting our planet (April 19, 2022)
- Sharing the experiences of African American elders (April 12, 2022)
- Does medical marijuana work? Florida consortium seeks answers (April 5, 2022)
- An expert shares best practices for preventing cybersecurity attacks (March 29, 2022)
- Digging up facts, telling stories and busting myths with a university archivist (March 22, 2022)
- Meet the astrobiologist and her students who are searching for life on Mars (March 11, 2022)
- The bald eagle’s surprising history -- and ties to Florida (March 8, 2022)
- A Rhodes scholar with a passion for justice (March 1, 2022)
Make sense of the day. Every weekday afternoon, Kelly McEvers and the hosts of NPR’s All Things Considered — Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro — help you consider the major stories of the day in less than 15 minutes, featuring the reporting and storytelling resources of NPR.
- How The Family Separation Policy Came To Be (August 16, 2022)
- A U.S. Marine's View From Kabul's Airport As the City Fell to the Taliban (August 15, 2022)
- High profile grads and a yearning for respite have helped boost HBCU applications (August 13, 2022)
- What Is The Status Of All Of Trump's Legal Woes? (August 12, 2022)
- What The Climate Package Means For A Warming Planet (August 11, 2022)
- From The Grassroots To The Top Of The Ticket, Election Denial Looms Large in GOP (August 10, 2022)
- How The U.S. Gave Away Cutting-Edge Technology To China (August 9, 2022)
- The Course Of The War In Ukraine Hinges On The Fight For Kherson (August 8, 2022)
- Palestinian pop singer Bashar Murad struggles for freedom and equality on two fronts (August 6, 2022)
- As U.S. Declares Monkeypox A Public Health Emergency, What To Know About The Risks (August 5, 2022)
Documentaries serve as a way to examine an event, person or significant development in our history or from the current day. Award-winning filmmakers all over the world have taken facts and assembled them into stories that captivate audiences in deep and meaningful ways.
“Documentary of the Week,” which airs every Friday morning, during Morning Edition, is a weekly segment highlighting notable non-fiction films from around the world.
Produced by WNYC in New York City, “Documentary of the Week” provides a brief overview of stories in all topics for different ages.
It comes to WUFT with generous support from the family of Dr. Norman Holland, who was an Eminent Scholar in the UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences English Department, and a longtime Gainesville resident. A literary and film critic, Holland wrote extensively about films for WBUR in Boston. His website www.asharperfocus.com contains more than 100 of his film reviews.
We are deeply grateful to the family of Dr. Holland and WNYC for allowing WUFT to broadcast “Documentary of the Week” every Friday at 9:49 a.m.
- Seeking justice in "Free Chol Soo Lee" (August 12, 2022)
- "Mija" profiles two women in Chicano pop music (August 5, 2022)
- "Mind Over Murder" explores memory (July 29, 2022)
- Michael Pollan trips out in "How to Change Your Mind" (July 15, 2022)
- "Dreaming Walls" Explores the Chelsea Hotel (July 8, 2022)
- "The Martha Mitchell Effect" Revisits Watergate (July 1, 2022)
- A young Afro-Latina finds her voice in "Beba" (June 24, 2022)
- "Who Killed Vincent Chin?" on the 40th anniversary of tragedy (June 17, 2022)
- "The Janes" revisits the days of illegal abortions (June 10, 2022)
- "Joe Papp in Five Acts" profiles a theatrical pioneer (June 3, 2022)
Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ in a Minute is a one-minute long radio show that shares practical tips on Florida-Friendly Landscaping™. Based on University of Florida horticultural research, the show airs twice every weekday and all shows are supported with helpful online links for more information.
Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ in a Minute is brought to you by the UF/IFAS Extension Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ program in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
The show is hosted by Tom Wichman.Listen Now
This podcast hosted by Ryan Vasquez, WUFT Multimedia News Manager, provides an update on Florida’s response to coronavirus, with a particular focus on north central Florida.Listen Now
Airs Fridays at 1:58 p.m.
Step into the world of nanotechnology with Tiny Tech. Tiny Tech is a series of radio modules focusing on the science and engineering of the very small. Each module presents an aspect of nanoscale objects, ranging from the effects of size on chemical and physical properties to new technological applications in fields as diverse as electronic devices and medicine.
Tiny Tech is a production of WUFT-FM with funding provided by the National Science Foundation. Modules are written by faculty and students, who carry out research on the chemistry of nanotechnology at the University of Florida, Johns Hopkins University, the Unversity of Texas, Dallas and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
- Environmental Cleanup with Metal-Organic Frameworks (July 15, 2022)
- Seeing through Liquids with an Electron Microscope (April 20, 2022)
- A Suit of Alloy (April 13, 2022)
- ITO or Graphene (February 17, 2022)
- Wood Lights (June 4, 2021)
- An Artificial Leaf? (May 15, 2021)
- Nanoparticles in Ancient Art (April 28, 2021)
- Nanotube Recycling of Electronic Waste (September 2, 2020)
- Antibacterial Nanostructures (May 26, 2020)
- Chemical Bonding on Video (April 7, 2020)
A podcast from the University of Florida looking at the challenges and triumphs that come with a life in academia and research.
Hosted by Dr. Kyla McMullen & Dr. Jeremy Waisome.
- Shedding New Light on a Lost Chapter of American History (February 15, 2021)
- Overcoming the Odds and Realizing Dental Dreams (January 27, 2021)
- Paying it Forward: Inspiring Middle School Students to be Unstoppable (January 14, 2021)
- Empowering Older Adults to Keep their Independence (December 17, 2020)
- Fostering Diversity & Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine (December 8, 2020)
- Creating Inclusive Education through Technology (November 18, 2020)
- Communicating the Impact of the Honey Bee (November 11, 2020)
- Featured Re-Release: Uncovering Buried History (October 28, 2020)
- Uncovering Buried History (June 23, 2020)
- Underlining a Need for Diversity (June 16, 2020)
- Hurricane season begins with potential Gulf threat
- Max Weinberg’s Jukebox spins hits in Ocala
- Paula Poundstone on “Lock-downs,” Virtual vs. Live Performances, and Returning to The Villages
- ‘Whose Line?’s’ Brad Sherwood & Colin Mochrie Bring Improv to Zoom for The Hipp at Home
- Once The Prime Suspect, Ed Humphrey Was Left To Lead Life With A Tainted Reputation
- A Sister’s Dream Came True In The Worst Possible Way
- The Victims’ Stories Haunt A Young Reporter: ‘They Were Like Me’
- Three Decades Later, A Box Of Tragedies Reveals The Fear That Gripped Gainesville
- Archer Road Became Elm Street As Screaming Headlines Thrust Gainesville Into The Spotlight
- 4 Days, 5 Murders: 30 Years Later, Gainesville Copes With The Legacy Of Tragedy