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.
- Choosing the Right Pet Food: What You Should Know
- Chronic Kidney Disease in Cats
- Switching a feline kibble junkie to wet food
- Keep pets away from spoiled food
- Alligator Health Care: Captive and Free Living
- Do you have what it takes for a cat?
- Supporting horses exposed to wildfire smoke
- Helping to prevent urinary tract problems in sheep and goats
- Don’t multi-task when you’re out with your dog
- Dogs that live together may be healthier
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.
- Asthma treatment could get a boost from toadlike fish
- Antibiotic shortage could worsen syphilis epidemic
- More steps, better health
- Fighting diabetes, one sea cucumber at a time
- New therapy offers lasting relief for chronic pain
- ‘Infrastructure’ causes most scooter crashes, study finds
- Might a robot one day alleviate loneliness?
- Eau de nature promotes well-being, study finds
- 1 in 2 likely to develop mental health illness by 75, study says
- A lollipop may be a sweet diagnostic tool
“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.
- UF Academic Intelligence Academic Initiative Center
- UF Campaign for Charities 2023
- Samuel Proctor Oral History Project Racial Justice Town Hall
- UFCJC Atlas Lab Director Nathan Carpenter
- 2023 Encore Presentation: First Annual Cedar Key Shark Swim
- MusicGNV – Premieres on WUFT 89.1/90.1 on Aug. 20 at 7 a.m.
- Robert & Susan Hollander Foundation
- Family Promise of Gainesville
- GFAA Summer Studio Tour 2023
- FANFARES & FIREWORKS 2023
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.
- April 28th, 2023: Serving the service dogs (April 28, 2023)
- April 27th, 2023: Public Records Denials Costing Taxpayers (April 27, 2023)
- April 26th, 2023: A Surtax Revenue Update (April 26, 2023)
- April 25th, 2023: Gators on the (Job) Hunt (April 25, 2023)
- April 24th, 2023: How AI Can Help UF Radiologists (April 24, 2023)
- April 21st, 2023: A painting a day keeps the doctor away (April 21, 2023)
- April 20, 2023: Why UF removed years of online crime data (April 20, 2023)
- April 19th, 2023: A Potential Solution to a Horrific Headache (April 19, 2023)
- April 18th, 2023: Free Jail Calls, Less Social Cost (April 18, 2023)
- April 17th, 2023: Trees on Tap (April 17, 2023)
A 30-minute weekly roundup of the best of WUFT’s reporting from around north central Florida, produced by students at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications.Listen Now
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.
- NIH’s new program expands the use of AI in research (October 25, 2022)
- The U.S. is falling behind in artificial intelligence. Here is what one university is doing about it. (October 13, 2022)
- Micro-credential, big payoff (October 11, 2022)
- The U.S. is falling behind in artificial intelligence. Here is what one university is doing about it (October 6, 2022)
- Here’s why your health care provider may tell you to go take a hike (September 27, 2022)
- The New Worlds Reading Initiative is working to increase children’s reading skills, one free book at a time (September 20, 2022)
- Researchers are using the world's largest butterfly collection to learn about and help protect these fragile insects (September 13, 2022)
- How Mary McLeod Bethune became the first Black woman to represent a state at the U.S. Capitol (September 6, 2022)
- How this college marching band gets ready to take the field (August 30, 2022)
- Here’s what $1 billion in research spending does for UF and for Florida (August 23, 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.
- Here's How a Government Shutdown Could Impact Millions of Americans (September 28, 2023)
- Could The Big Antitrust Lawsuit End Amazon As We Know It? (September 27, 2023)
- Biden On The Picket Line (September 26, 2023)
- WGA Reached A Tentative Deal With Studios. But The Strike Isn't Over Yet (September 25, 2023)
- How Important Are Biden And Trump's Ages? We Asked Older Voters. (September 24, 2023)
- Why Are So Many Inmates at This Federal Prison Dying? (September 22, 2023)
- How New York City Became the Center Of a Debate Over Immigration (September 21, 2023)
- What the US-Iran Prisoner Swap Means For the Family of a Man Freed After 8 Years (September 20, 2023)
- California's Big Oil Lawsuit Strategy Mirrors Fight Against Big Tobacco (September 19, 2023)
- U.S.-Iran Exchange Prisoners – A Year Since the Death of Masha Amini Sparked Protests (September 18, 2023)
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
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.
- Nano-fingerprints: Combating Counterfeits (September 22, 2023)
- Slick as a Whistle (August 4, 2023)
- Carbon Quantum Dots (July 14, 2023)
- Beer and Magnetic BioBots (June 30, 2023)
- Say Goodbye to Needles (June 9, 2023)
- Nanofiber bandages: Let?s not all stick together (June 2, 2023)
- 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)
- Adria Petty thankful to give back to the Gainesville community that helped raise her dad
- 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