The State Of Public Education With Former Ohio School Superintendent Paolo DeMaria

We talk about the state of public education with Paolo DeMaria, who retired in September as the Ohio superintendent of public instruction, and as he prepares for his next role at the helm of a national association for state boards of education.

The State Of Public Education With Former Ohio School Superintendent Paolo DeMaria

2021 Election Preview

Election Day 2021 is a week out, and county boards of election are still working to recruit poll workers, particularly in Ohio's big cities. We'll discuss the need for poll workers and take a quick look at what is on the ballot in central Ohio.

Evolution Of Pet Ownership

The pandemic saw an increase in animal adoptions to the point that some animal shelters emptied. We'll look at how the pet explosion is changing our homes, culture and economy.

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

Ohio House Speaker Bob Cupp said earlier this month that the Republican-controlled legislature will move on from efforts to ban or limit COVID vaccine mandates. But a fellow Republican lawmaker has other ideas. We catch up with the latest news from the Statehouse on our Weekly Reporter Roundtable.

The Chef's Garden: Cooking Vegetables With Farmer Lee Jones

The Chef's Garden, now a world-famous center for innovation in northeast Ohio, is home to the Culinary Vegetable Institute that attracts chefs from around the world. We talk with Farmer Lee Jones about the history of the farm and recipes for unusual and common vegetables.

Fall Astronomy With Tom Burns

The advent of autumn offers even casual night-sky observers spectacular astronomical sights: Stars, moons, planets, water constellations. We talk about the night-time wonders with Tom Burns, former director of Perkins Observatory at Ohio Wesleyan.

Haunted Columbus Tales

There's no shortage of haunting tales of ghosts culminating in the celebration of Halloween at the end of October. We'll find out what spectral spirits are causing things to go bump in the night at Green Lawn Cemetery.

Columbus Pizza History

Columbus was crowned the pizza capital of the USA in the 1990's. We'll take a look at Columbus' pizza history and take a gastronomic tour with pizza tour founder and author Jim Ellison.

National Politics with Ken Rudin

Election day 2021 is just over two weeks away and the Virginia gubernatorial contest is the race to watch in this off-year election. We'll look ahead to the November election and discuss national politics with Ken Rudin host of Ken Rudin's Political Junkie podcast.

Rick Steves And The Future Of Travel Post-Pandemic

Most of the world's countries are open to travelers from the U.S., but the ongoing surge in COVID cases makes some harder to enter than others. Longtime travel expert Rick Steves talks about the future of travel post-pandemic.

The Chef's Garden: Cooking Vegetables With Farmer Lee Jones

The Chef's Garden, now a world-famous center for innovation in northeast Ohio, is home to the Culinary Vegetable Institute that attracts chefs from around the world. We talk with Farmer Lee Jones about the history of the farm and recipes for unusual and common vegetables.

Personal Finance Advice With Jonathan Pond

The number of Americans living paycheck to paycheck hovers at just over half the adult population, and it's a trend that pre-dates the pandemic. Millions of Americans have inadequate household and retirement savings and high levels of credit card and student debt. We discuss personal finance strategies with Jonathan Pond.

Safe Money Strategies In Tough Times With Jonathan Pond

Economists are keeping a worried eye on inflation as consumer prices continue to climb. Personal financial advisor Jonathan Pond is back with safe money strategies in tough times.

Wellness Wednesday: Preparing To Treat Climate Change Related Health Issues

An editorial carried in more than 200 medical journals last month sounded the alarm about climate change and the risk to public health globally. We look at how clinicians are preparing to treat health issues related to climate change.

Wellness Wednesday: Preparing To Treat Climate Change Related Health Issues

The Debt Ceiling And Risk Political Fights Pose To U.S. Economy

Political brinkmanship around the debt ceiling has become a fact of life in the U.S. We take a look at the most recent last-minute save, what the debt ceiling is in the first place and the risk such political fights pose to the U.S. economy.

Latest ADHD News And Treatment Options

A new study in the American Journal of Psychiatry that looked at remission rates for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder found that only one in 10 children are likely to be symptom-free in adulthood. An ADHD expert and author discusses the latest news and gives advice on treatment options.

Patient Choices Regarding COVID Treatment

COVID-19 misinformation has pushed some to opt for unproven and potentially dangerous drugs instead of effective treatments and vaccines. We take a look at why COVID misinformation is so pervasive and at patient's rights and doctor's responsibilities.

Gentrification Of King-Lincoln Bronzeville Neighborhood

King-Lincoln Bronzeville is the latest Columbus neighborhood undergoing revitalization. But, do longtime residents benefit from these changes? As a neighborhood evolves, we explore how will the changes affect its history and longtime residents?

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine made a two-day trip to the U.S-Mexico border last week to visit with Ohio national guard troops that were first deployed there almost one year ago. On our Weekly Reporter Roundtable we discuss the trip and more.

Chefs In The City: Cocktails

Bartenders in central Ohio are upping their game by offering ever more creative cocktails. The trend also includes an uptick in non-alcoholic versions, or mocktails, and plans for Columbus' first-ever sober bar. On our monthly, Chefs in the City show we talk about the cocktail craze in Columbus.