Robert Fortner Interviews Cancer Researcher Robert N. Eisenman, Ph.D. on The Digital Divide.
Breast cancer is the premier biomedical problem in the world and yet survival has not increased since 2000. The Digital Divide explores what science has discovered about why breast and other cancers are difficult to treat, and why a shift to greater emphasis on early detection and prevention is warranted. 32:00 minutes (21.98 MB)
Breast cancer is the premier biomedical in the world and yet survival has not increased since 2000. The Digital Divide explores what science has discovered about why breast and other cancers are difficult to treat, and why a shift to greater emphasis on early detection and prevention is warranted. Host Robert Fortner interviewed Bob Eisenman and we'll listen to excerpts from that interview.
Also, statistics in sports might be distorting not only your view of the game, but of science and even lead to misjudgments in everyday life. Statistician Scott Berry brings this unexpected interplay to light. 58:37 minutes (53.67 MB)
Welcome to another exciting episode of the 1930s radio play, The Brothers Karamatzoh – the story of a mediocre comedy team from New York City. On tonight’s Ubu Hour, we present Act Two – an introduction to Milton, the fourth, and least talented, Karamatzoh Brother. He can’t sing, he can’t dance, he can’t tell jokes. But boy, can he sell furniture.
Written and produced by Ken Jones, and featuring Grace, Rob, Galen, and the very talented fifth Karamatzoh Brother, Rolf Semprebon.
13:27 minutes (18.47 MB)
As of March 31st, Executive Director, David Fidanque, after 22 years leading the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon, plans to retire.
Back in 1993, when Fidanque took over more than 30 statewide and local anti-gay ballot measures put forward by the Oregon Citizens Alliance were boiling over. David immediately committed resources to challenging those measures in the courts, in the legislature and at the ballot box. – and won…’The arc of history is long, but it bends’…
Yes. But it only bends under a strong, intelligent and persistent hand.
Fidanque started his career as a television and radio reporter in Eugene covering politics and crime. From there he moved on to managing the ACLU’s Eugene office in 1982. 12:10 minutes (8.36 MB)
Portland was recently awarded the title of "Climate Action Champions." At the same time, the city is trying to change environmental regulations along the Columbia River to allow a new export terminal to ship dangerous liquefied propane, and thus faciltate increased fossil fuel production and consumption, meaning more climate changing emissions. 56:22 minutes (129.03 MB)