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WXDU News, Sports, and Information Tonight (8/2) 6:00-8:00

The Endless Frontier, WXDU's science news show, is up first at 6:00 tonight. This week's program explores some of the latest aging and longevity research.

Next at 6:30, we'll join With Good Reason for an episode that shares the stories of the families who were evicted from their homes during the building of Shenandoah National Park. Also in this program, host Sarah McConnell learns more about the controversies surrounding Revolutionary War pensions, how baby boomers are impacting the funeral industry, one documentarian's efforts to challenge ageist stereotypes and the effects of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) on older adults and their families.

WXDU Sports is next on the schedule at 7:30. Tonight, Martin Kang has a look at Duke's upcoming 2015-2016 season, including swimming and diving and track and field schedules, volleyball news and coaching staff changes for the women's soccer and softball teams. He'll also play the conclusion to Lauren Schiller's interview with Brandi Chastain from the Inflection Point episode he began during the last sports show.

 

WXDU News, Sports, and Information Tonight (7/26) 6:00-8:00

Up first tonight at 6:00, we join Peace Talks Radio for a discussion about policing in America Host Paul Ingles talks to several stakeholders in the issue--including police officers, city government officials, community leaders and criminologists--about their ideas to create a peaceful relationships between police and the communities they serve.

Then at 7:00, BackStory with the American History Guys examines the history of reconciliation. As the U.S. becomes seemingly more friendly with Iran and Cuba, the Guys look at how Americans have historically “made up” after conflicts including the Revolutionary War, the American Civil War and the Cold War.

 

WXDU News, Sports, and Information Tonight (7/19) 6:00-8:00

Get the latest in science news with the Endless Frontier first at 6:00 tonight.

I Liked You Better Before You Sold Out is on the schedule next at 6:30. Tonight, Savannah has Jessica Caesar in studio to talk about her solo album, and she'll bring Duncan Webster along, too.

Then stay tuned for WXDU Sports at 7:30. On tonight's show, Martin talks Duke sports: he'll share which members of Duke's women's golf team have been named WGCA All-American Scholars and the Duke track and field athletes that made the USTFCCCA All-Academic list, plus how Duke ranked in terms of student-athlete honor roll selections among ACC schools and the latest in Duke football news. Finally, he'll share a piece from Inflection Point that examines the positive impact of Title IX on women and girls in sports.