Radio

[caption id="attachment_361" align="alignleft" width="200"] Photo credit: Ari Epstein[/caption] An engaging and informative look at farmers in a desert landscape, and at how their individual farming styles reflect their personal values. Explores modern industrial farming, centuries-old collective...

A warm, personal story about the lives and challenges of energy workers "behind the light switch," especially those who operate Pacific Gas and Electric's solar, hydro and nuclear power plants. First aired: Spring Semester, 2015 ·...

In this sound-rich excerpt from "Pura Vida," conservationists in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica, take us right into the rain forest to listen for birds. First aired: Spring Semester, 2012 · [social_share][icons size='fa-lg' custom_size='' icon='fa-share-alt' type='normal' position='' border='yes'...

A radio drama/semi-romance built on sound gathered near Sirsi, India. Two American travelers, brought by chance to a tiny Indian farming village, see the deep connection local people have to their food. How will that...

Three teens travel back in time from a future racked by global warming to present-day Abu Dhabi. There they explore Masdar, a new "sustainable" city. Could it help prevent the future catastrophe? Masdar sound recorded...

Do you have a special place? One that brings you calm and happiness? For one MIT student, that place can be found in almost any playground in the world. First aired: Spring Semester, 2009 · [social_share][icons...

A light-hearted but serious look at how water is used, conserved and transported in Arizona. Citizens, scientists and officials tell part of the story; Terrascopers follow the path of the water itself to tell the...

Assigned to create a story about a person and a place that is special to that person, one Terrascoper finds a twist: someone whose special place is up in the air. First aired: Spring Semester, 2008...

Terrascopers travel to southern Chile and report on three survival stories they find there: Survival of a unique ecosystem, cultural survival of native populations and personal survival during a devastating earthquake and tsunami. First aired: Spring...

Terrascopers explore how fisheries, tourism, development and environmental concerns are shaping the future of the Galapagos Archipelago. First aired: Spring Semester, 2005 · [social_share][icons size='fa-lg' custom_size='' icon='fa-share-alt' type='normal' position='' border='yes' border_color='' icon_color='' background_color='' margin='' icon_animation='' icon_animation_delay=''...