The entry page for audio files of Mike Nowak's full shows on WCPT Radio, Chicago.
If you missed a show or just want to browse through some past shows, here they are, in their entirety. (Since this is new, we're working out the bugs. If you have any complaints, comments, or suggestions email the webmaster. Please.)
Marcy Cravat is the producer-director of Angel Azul, a documentary about visionary and environmentally-minded artist Jason deCaires Taylor, who is causing people to look at the world's endangered coral reefs in a new way by creating sculptures that are displayed on the bottom of the ocean.
The Fourth Annual One Earth Film Festival runs from March 6 to 8 and features more than 35 films in 30 venues in and around Chicago. Mike sits down with three of the people behind this self-identified deep roots event--Cassandra West, Gina Robbins and David Holmquist--to discover how they choose the green films that are presented. In the middle of this conversation, Mike talks to filmmaker Marcy Cravat, who directed and produced the stunning and thought-provoking documentary Angel Azul.
Mike talks to Jessica Fujan, an organizer for Food and Water Watch, which is working to get the Illinois Senate to pass a law labeling GMO food products in the state. After ballot initiatives failed in both California and Washington State, it represents a new tack by the anti-GMO forces.
Tim Magner has written children's books and created truck farms to introduce kids to where there food comes from. Now he is working with people like like Elena Marre andNance Klehm to create Nature's Farm Camp, a place for kids to have fun while connecting with nature, food, each other and themselves. They're also in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign, which runs through February 22.