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

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... 

7pm Christoher Lydon in conversation with Grafitti genius Ganzeer and Historian Sven Becket

8pm Debate: The U.S. should adopt the Right to Be Forgotten Online

9pm PRX Remix (#200) goods stories and podcasts - work that doesn't fit in the broadcast day

10pm Van Morrison Duets:  performing some of his classics with Friends

7PM Invisibilia: Stories about the forces that shape human life. FEARLESS

8pm Wigs, Wigouts and Insurance - a New Moth Radio Hour - produced here

9pm Dr. Martin Luther King:  THree Landmark Speeches

10pm: Wes Montgomery: The Unmistakable Jazz Guitar

7pm Shortcut through @)!$ - an audio montage

8pm - 10 pm  Blood on the Tracks - A 40th year celebration

10pm WCAI Playlist:

7-9 pm The Best of the Best: The Third Coast Audio Award Festival - a two hour special

9pm   The WMVY Music Hour with host Barbara Dacey with Catherine MacLellan + Roberta Kirn

10pm The Backstory with The American History Guys: The Representations of Native People in the U.S.

7pm  The Sporkful: How to handle Thanksgiving - tips from your favorite radio personalitites

8pm Small Town Life: Outfront Radio - from Canada

9pm "Assisted Suicide Should Be Legalized" -  the premise this time on NPR's debate series

10pm Tito Puente - King of Latin Music

Come enjoy an evening of great stories. The Transom Story Workshop presents a free public listening event tonight (November 20th), 7pm at the Community Hall in Woods Hole. Listen to pieces the students have made as they’ve traveled around the South Coast and the Cape and Islands collecting stories. Maybe they talked to you!  

The event is free, but seats fill up fast - so come early. For more information go to Transom.org.

7pm Millenials Don't Stand a Chance - the premise for NPR's Debate series IQ2

8pm American Spirit: The American History Guys with the backstory on the supernatural

9pm Unearthing Dracula - in Art, Film and Literature

10pm The Complete Basement Tapes: Bob Dylan and The Band

7pm Islam and the United States - the longer history from The American History Guys 

8pm  Collecting Phone Records is a Violation of the 4th Amendment - NPR DEBATE

9pm The WMVY Music Hour - Barbara Dacey welcomes Johnny Hoy and the Bluefish

10pm The WCAI Playlist: Unfictional, Haunted Cabin, Lydon, Vampire

7pm:  Love, Faith and Money: The Moth Radio Hour

8pm: Appalachia Rising: State of the ReUnion

9pm: States of Mind: Mental Illness in America - The Backstory

10pm: The Improvisors: Jazz at Lincoln Center celebrates Paul Bley

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