Listen Now: Fall Colors, Credit Score Myths, Sports Pioneers, and George Washington

It’s this time of year that the green of nature gives way to an explosion of red, yellow and orange in many parts of the country.

If you love fall colors, you’ll want to listen to the latest episode of Across the Sky. Our meteorologists hosted Dr. Amanda Gallinet at Colby College in Maine, who spoke about the best conditions for vivid fall colors, what’s happening this season, and how global warming could impact when and color brilliance in the future.

We also had another new episode this week, where we look at the importance of translating forecasts and warnings from English to Spanish.

Avoid myths

What do you know about your credit rating? PennyWise host Teri Barr spoke with Kimberly Palmer, a personal finance expert at NerdWallet, to find out why it’s important to understand some of the “myths” surrounding your credit score. Avoiding mistakes can help you improve your score.

Before Title IX

The Title IX law helped provide opportunities for female athletes when it was enacted 50 years ago. But for a small university in Nebraska, providing opportunities for athletes started earlier.

In the latest episode of Behind the Headlines, learn about John F. Kennedy College in Wahoo, Nebraska, and how it embraced women’s sports early, which included recruiting and offering scholarships before Title IX.

Why are so many boys and men in trouble?

Richard Reeves’ new book, “Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It” is getting a lot of attention. In the latest episode of The Ethical Life, the hosts discuss how changes to education and other parts of society could help reverse recent trends.

Our best guesses for the Best Picture 2022 nomination!

Despite the bad press surrounding “Amsterdam,” its release kind of marks the start of the Hollywood Awards season that will run by the end of the year. The studios will be dropping the bulk of their high-profile films in the coming months, so we thought now was the perfect time to start a list of films that we think are in contention to be nominated for the first category of Oscars.

Plus, with Halloween right around the corner, be sure to check out the episode breaking down the best horror movies of 2022. Listen to the final two episodes of Streamed & Screened.

George Washington: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

In the most recent episode of the Utterly Moderate podcast, George Washington University historian Denver Brunsman joins the show to share his thoughts on the life and career of George Washington, as well as his general thoughts on the study of history and its place in the modern world. university.

From wrestling to cannabis

Ric Flair has made a name for himself in professional wrestling. Now he joins a growing list of celebrities associated with a range of cannabis products. Learn more about the latest episode of Here Weed Go!

Showdown in Kansas City

The Buffalo Bills travel to Kansas City to face the Chiefs in a two-team 4-1 matchup that each leads its division. Get a preview of the game on PlayAction.

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