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.
- Keeping your pet’s toys mentally stimulating
- Keeping summer fun — not fraught — for your pet
- Piggybacked allergies in horses
- Challenges of creating homemade canine diets
- Feline challenges with heartworm disease
- Doggedly rescuing people
- Post-storm dangers to cattle
- Spotlight on veterinary telemedicine
- A vet’s take on pet toys
- Dangers posed by snail and slug bait
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.
- What's Changing At The Postal Service, And What It Could Mean For 2020 (August 11, 2020)
- 5,000,000 Cases And Counting: The U.S. Is Still Failing To Contain The Virus (August 10, 2020)
- President Trump Wants To Ban TikTok. Is It Really A National Security Threat? (August 7, 2020)
- From Online Conventions To Teen Poll Workers, The Virus Is Transforming Election 2020 (August 6, 2020)
- The Patchwork Pandemic Continues As New States Approach A 'Danger Point' (August 5, 2020)
- Americans Want To Go Back To Normal, But 'Normal' Is What Got Us Here (August 4, 2020)
- The Virus Is Out Of Control, And Kids Are Headed Back To School Anyway (August 3, 2020)
- Slow Mail, Misinformation, And The Pandemic: What Could Go Wrong On Election Day 2020 (July 31, 2020)
- The U.S. Has Lost Control Of The Coronavirus. What Now? (July 30, 2020)
- In The Pandemic, Big Tech Is Bigger Than Ever. Should Consumers Be Worried? (July 29, 2020)
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.
- Maria Ressa Speaks Truth to Power (August 7, 2020)
- The ACLU Versus Trump (July 31, 2020)
- They Still Got the Beat (July 24, 2020)
- Transgender People on Screen (July 17, 2020)
- Race, Gender And Politics Today (July 10, 2020)
- Celebrating John Lewis (July 3, 2020)
- To Be LGBTQ in Chechnya (June 26, 2020)
- What’s So Funny About Fatherhood? (June 19, 2020)
- Civil Rights for Artificial Intelligence (June 12, 2020)
- Behind The Scenes With Bruce Lee (June 5, 2020)
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 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.
- Natural remedies for migraine relief
- The healing powers of music
- Brushing and flossing may help stave off Alzheimer’s disease
- Parts of the world becoming too hot to sustain human life
- Blood pressure medications may cut dementia risk
- Making the perfect cuddle
- COVID-19 tied to ‘broken-heart syndrome’
- Study finds Obamacare has helped some breast cancer patients
- Visual prosthetics let blind people “see” letters, shapes
- Textiles to repel viruses
“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.
- Alachua County Library District
- Gainesville Circus Center
- Carson Springs Wildlife Conservation Foundation
- An Evening with John Due – Tuesday, June 23
- Florida Public Radio Emergency Network and the 2020 Hurricane Season
- Alachua County Supervisor of Elections
- City of Gainesville GNV Cares
- Project Heal
- Lubee Bat Conservancy May 2020
- Gainesville COVID Masks
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.
- Antibacterial Nanostructures (May 26, 2020)
- Chemical Bonding on Video (April 7, 2020)
- 3D Nanoprinting with an Electron Beam Pen (January 15, 2020)
- Molecules and the Modern-Day Sherlock Holmes (January 8, 2020)
- The Blue of a Spider (October 11, 2019)
- Nanodentistry (September 27, 2019)
- The Nanotechnology of Batteries (August 7, 2019)
- The Incredible Shrinking Gel (May 10, 2019)
- Photothermal Therapy – Can You Take the Heat? (May 3, 2019)
- Nanodiamonds are Forever (January 12, 2019)
- What Will Be Forever Changed As a Result of COVID-19?
- Florida Front Line Workers New And Old Deal With New Challenges Due To COVID-19
- Florida Parent And Teachers Ask If It’s Safe To Go Back To School As COVID-19 Cases Rise
- Colleges And Universities Plan To Reopen In Fall, But Will Students Come Back
- Sports Are Back, But Is Florida Ready With COVID-19 On The Rise?
- WUFT Fanfares From Home Preview with Band Together’s Bob McPeek, Ken Block, Cathy DeWitt, & Rob Rothschild
- Is Florida Moving Backward In Its Fight Against COVID-19?
- Revisiting With Past Guests As COVID-19 Cases Spike In Florida
- How COVID-19 Is Hurting Florida’s Agriculture Industry
- COVID-19 And Racism: The Black Community Fights On Two Front Lines