DJ Meredith heats up your Saturday by bringing you a NEW Caribbean Fever Show! Be sure to tune in for all of the latest riddims and check out the hottest Dancehall tracks with the dirtiest beats! The colder it gets outside, the hotter this playlist gets!
Matthias Ruth is speaking us about a new study partly-sponsored by NASA that highlights the unsustainable human-nature dynamics that lead to a civilization's collapse.
Kathryn Morris, a chemical ecologist at Xavier University, speaks with us about her study of interconnected fungi.
Mystery Week - It seems that for as much as we know, there is even more that we do not. Scientists may have discovered water on Mars, but is there life? We know there’s life on Earth, but how did it originate?
Bond Week - There are many ways to bond with those around you. Perhaps you share a love of TV or a love of coffee (or maybe a love of both). Here are the many ways in which BTR staffers bond with their friends and family.
This episode we explore these various bonds and ask how they facilitate a sense of peace in our lives.
Boston-based artist Jenine Shereos chats about knitting hair into leaf shapes. Auburn strands intricately tie into an outline of an autumnal oak leaf, while a series of maple renditions appear to have been sourced from the scalp of a brunette.
Mobile Week – As of last year, 90 percent of American adults were cell phone owners, according to Pew Research Center. Here is how we at BTR perceive this omnipresent technology.
Creating safe spaces for wildlife goes beyond lowering the road kill rate. BTR looks at some ways that humans can accommodate their local animals.
BTR recently took a trip to scenic natural hideaways located in Berkeley, California. Lake Anza and Indian Rock Park turned out to be beautiful places that offer awesome views and athletic opportunities.
Founder and Director of New York Permaculture Exchange, Claudia Joseph, talks with us about permaculture and sustainable living.
Special summer edition today. All the dope track from Pete Rock's Petestrumentals collection. Celebrating the newly released Petestrumentals 2. The dope instrumentals with a couple of verses from CL Smooth, Nature, Th UN & Bumpy Knuckles. Follow us on social media and pass this along.
Birthday Week - Birthday parties are fun when you’re a kid. An adult handles all the planning, heaps of people are almost guaranteed to show up, and there seems to be endless party ideas. BTR rounds up some creative birthday party ideas--whatever your taste may be.
Rain Week - There seems to be a general division of camps between those who relish the experience of a rain storm and those who pray for nothing more than a larger umbrella. But the calm immediately following a downpour carries with it a universally soothing aura. BTR consults a bubble expert about new findings that reveal the secret behind rain’s distinct scent.
Today we chat with full time killer whale watcher Jeanne Hyde, author behind Whale of a Purpose!
When photographer Patrick Gookin moved to Los Angeles he found himself spending a lot of time in the car. Driving to work he began to notice how strange and out of place the pedestrians looked. Often alone, these figures seemed totally enveloped by an urban environment designed primarily for motorists.
Dr. Scott Sampson - How To Raise A Wild Child: The Art and Science of Falling in Love with Nature
Outlier Week - Manhattan’s last natural forest stands at Inwood Hill Park.