Viki Merrick

APM

Viki produces WCAI's Arts and Ideas hosted by Jay Allison and is the Associate Director of Atlantic Public Media (APM), our production partners in Woods Hole.  Together with Jay Allison and Atlantic Public Media she produces the Sonic ID's, the Local Food Report, One Species at a Time and essays for local and national broadcast.  

She began as a radio stringer for ABC News in Rome, Italy, while working as a location/production manager for film documentaries.  Viki is an editor for Transom.org, the first website awarded a Peabody and a collaborator on four Peabody Award-winning series, Lost & Found Sound ,The Sonic Memorial Project, and The Moth Radio Hour. She was the Senior Editor on the NPR series This I Believe and is currently helping to produce The Moth Radio Hour.

Ways to Connect

Andrew Maiman / bit.ly/2u5qlmc / bit.ly/1ryPA8o

Robert Martin & Mark S. Petteruti work together -- quite a lot. 

7pm Mandela: An audio History of South Africa’s struggle against apartheid.

8pm Order 9066: After Pearl Harbor - President Roosevelt signed the order forcing people of Japanese ancestry into internment camps ( American Public Media)

9pm Go For It: life lessons from girl boxers. (WNYC)

10pm PRX Remix - Good stories and unexpected stuff on shuffle.

 

7pm The Reporter’s Reporter: the life and work of Seymour Hersh - (Open Source)

8pm Stories of dogged perserverance - ReSound

9pm Ear Hustle: the stories of life inside prison, shared and produced by those living it.

10pm PRX Remix - Good stories and unexpected stuff on shuffle.

 

7pm The Moth Radio Hour - Inner Compass: True stories told live - produced here by us (1809)  8pm America Abroad looks at politics in Iraq since the elections

9pm Ear Hustle: the stories of life inside prison, shared and produced by those living it.

10pm  PRX Remix - Good stories and unexpected stuff  on shuffle 

Mark Faherty

Lifeguard Liam Russo explains how piping plovers impact beachgoers at Head of the Meadow Beach in Truro. 

7pm The Mirrored Show - stories about what we see in the mirror- and what we want to see

8pm Making sense in Singapore - A closer look at what went on at the summit - Christopher Lydon in conversation

7pm The Mirrored Show - stories about what we see in the mirror- and what we want to see (ReSound)

8pm Making sense in Singapore - A closer look at what went on at the summit with Christopher Lydon

9pm Ear Hustle: the stories of life inside prison, shared and produced by those living it.

10pm  PRX Remix - Good stories and unexpected stuff  on shuffle 

7pm States' Rights confronting Federal Government - Truth Politics and Power

8pm Shackled Legacy: Universities and the Slave Trade

9pm  Celebrating Linda Ronstadt's 50 yr career

10pm  PRX Remix

David Haddad

David Haddad started a series of pop-up dinners a couple years ago called The Gathered Table. I went to one recently and was totally smitten by the variety of local wild foods used as accents or vehicles for infusing flavor. Bayberry for smoking, or using the buds brined for capers, Beach Rose, Beach peas, spruce tips... 

Elisabeth Swan, 2017

Here’s what I know about asparagus: it’s delicious, usually green, and, most importantly for us, my friend Scott Britton grows it in North Falmouth. But his doesn’t look anything like the tidy bundles you find in the supermarket. And it sure doesn’t taste like supermarket asparagus—which is exactly what led Scott and his wife Liz to growing their own. It all started when  some friends gave them some wild asparagus….

7pm Coney Island, Bellevue Hospital and Supermarkets: The Moth Radio Hour - produced here by us !

8pm King's Last March - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's last and most challenging year

9pm Policing is Racially Biased -  The premise on NPR's Debate Series.

10pm PRX Remix - good stories on shuffle

7pm The Moth Radio Hour - live from Boston

8pm Truth, Politics and Power: An Inauguration Special -with Neal Conan

9pm A Symphony of Brotherhood: Music in the life  and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

10pm Gospel from Boston: Christopher Lydon in Conversation

7pm   Freakonomics: Racial Profiling in Restaurants

8pm   America Abroad: America's Bond with Israel

9pm  Paul Simon 2000: A tour of his work in this century

10pm PRX Remix - Good stories on shuffle

 7pm The Moth Radio Hour - Stories from L.A

8pm  America Abroad: US Foreign Policy and the Next President 

9pm The College Remedial Education Trap

10pm PRX Remix: Good stories on shuffle

7pm The Moth Radio Hour - Sewing, Singing, Suits and Cemeteries (1603)  produced here !

8pm King Stories: the personal side of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

9pm  Freakonomics: Migration - good economic and moral policy ? 

10pm  Ten from David: An appreciation of David Bowie 

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