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.
- Corneal Ulcers: A Common and Painful Eye Problem in Pets
- When pups leave the litter too soon
- Horse and pills: helping the medicine go down
- Cancer affects large animals, too
- A diet designed to block feline allergies
- Debunking Common Pet Myths: Sorting Fact from Fiction
- Opening our hearts to grieving pet parents
- Treats for hounds and their humans
- The cleverness of crows
- Hindering the spread of COVID-19 from humans to wildlife
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.
- 'Battlefield Medicine' In Los Angeles ICU As Biden Launches 'Wartime Effort' (January 22, 2021)
- How President Biden's Immigration Plan Would Undo Trump's Signature Policies (January 21, 2021)
- President Biden Hails 'Democracy's Day' In Unprecedented Transfer Of Power (January 20, 2021)
- The 46th President: How Tragedy And Resilience Prepared Joe Biden To Meet A Moment (January 19, 2021)
- 1 Year, 400,000 Dead: What Could Change This Week About America's Pandemic Response (January 18, 2021)
- BONUS: Inside The Capitol Siege (January 16, 2021)
- Their Family Members Are QAnon Followers — And They're At A Loss What To Do About It (January 15, 2021)
- What The COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Looks Like Across The World (January 14, 2021)
- House Votes To Impeach, All Eyes On McConnell Amid Concerns About More Violence (January 13, 2021)
- Extremists Face Charges As House Moves Toward Impeachment (January 12, 2021)
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.
- Breaking Barriers In 'How It Feels To Be Free' (January 22, 2021)
- Uncovering a Bizarre Murder Plot in 'Assassins' (January 15, 2021)
- Remembering Jamal Khashoggi In 'The Dissident' (January 8, 2021)
- David Attenborough Delivers An Urgent Message (January 1, 2021)
- August Wilson’s Legacy in 'Giving Voice' (December 25, 2020)
- Seeking Resolution in '40 Years a Prisoner' (December 18, 2020)
- Essential Workers In 'Through The Night' (December 11, 2020)
- '76 Days' Bears Witness to Wuhan (December 4, 2020)
- Werner Herzog Explores Meteors In 'Fireball' (November 27, 2020)
- The Origins Of A Climate Activist In 'I Am Greta' (November 20, 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.
- How to make New Year’s resolutions stick
- Find a friend, improve your reading comprehension
- Type of air pollution, not just amount, may determine health threat
- New device helps those with PTSD get needed sleep
- Rigged Monopoly games sheds lights on overeating, food insecurity
- Powerful tiny magnets pose health threat for children
- Low-carb diet may prevent cognitive decline
- Even ‘light’ smokers lose lung function
- Fat loss may safeguard against heart failure tied to Type 2 diabetes
- Boiled egg diet not all it’s cracked up to be
“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.
- University of Florida Performing Arts
- Dean Diane McFarlin, UF College of Journalism and Communications
- Florida Friendly Landscaping Program
- Horses Without Humans
- Florida Track Club – Tom Walker 15K Race
- Grace Grows 2020 USDA Community Food Projects Grant
- #WhoCanYouCan – Santa Fe College Canned Food Drive
- United Nations Day 2020
- Hippodrome Theater
- Community Weatherization Coalition
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.
- Nanotube Recycling of Electronic Waste (September 2, 2020)
- 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)
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.
- 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)
- Unraveling Genetic Mutation (June 9, 2020)
- Understanding Brain Trauma (June 2, 2020)
- 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
- A Wall Reminds Gainesville Of The Scars It Will Forever Bear
- 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