Here on Earth: Radio Without Boarders Presents Science, The Media, and the Public Debates Tomorrow at 3 p.m.

Tomorrow, September 1,  Jean Feraca of Wisconsin Public Radio’s Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders will present Science, The Media, and the Public Debates.  If you miss the original show airing at 3 p.m., the show will be rebroadcast at 9 p.m. here.

The debate about stem-cell research has flared up again since a federal judge put a halt to it last week. What are the cultural and political factors that influence such scientific issues? What makes them take a different course in different countries?

Tomorrow’s Guest:
•   Dominique Brossard, Associate Professor of Life Sciences and Communication at University of Wisconsin-Madison

About the show:
Here on Earth
explores international movements, world citizens, cross-cultural conversions, democracy-building initiatives, and the best world literature, movies, arts, food, and culture, each Monday through Friday at 3 p.m. (rebroadcast each night at 9 p.m.).

Here is on Earth is made possible by Wisconsin Public Radio, a service of the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board and University of Wisconsin – Extension and has an engaged partnership with Radio Netherlands, Division of International Studies, and World Literature Today.

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