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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 25 April 2005



Monday, 25 April 2005

Earthwatch Radio programs for this week are now available online at:
	http://ewradio.org

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Programs for week of April 25-29

Pros and Icons -- To some people, wolves represent an idealized image of
wildlife. To others, the predators represent nothing more than a threat
to livestock. (4/25/2005)

A Bird in the Hand -- Hundreds of America's bird species ended up on
John Audubon's canvas. Some also went in his stew pot. (4/26/2005)

California's Hydrogen Highway -- The state of California starts building
stations where drivers will be able to fill up on hydrogen instead of
gasoline. (4/27/2005)

Big Toxic Picture -- The ocean waters off the coast of southwest Africa
have been severely overfished and now they suffer eruptions of toxic
gas. They might be an example of what could happen in other waters that
have been seriously disturbed. (4/28/2005)

River Scout -- Zebulon Pike is best known for the Colorado peak that
bears his name, but his most important trip took him to the headwaters
of the Mississippi River. (4/29/2005)
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NEW "PODCASTING" AUDIO SERVICE FROM EARTHWATCH RADIO:  Audio files of
Earthwatch Radio programs in mp3 format can now be downloaded using the
"podcasting" application of RSS technology.  For background on this
application, see:

	http://ewradio.org/description_podcast.aspx

To receive the Earthwatch Radio podcast, enter the following URL into
your podcast software:

	http://ewradio.org/podcast/current/index.aspx

Earthwatch Radio is distributed on CD to more than 120 radio stations,
reading services and other broadcasters across North America and around
the world.  Scripts are sent daily by email, and you can sign up for
this free service at:
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