New Hampshire Public Radio's Word of Mouth asks the serious holiday questions like is "Die Hard" a classic Christmas film? Also, they explore the science of giving and uncover the shocking history of Monopoly.
It's beginning to look like that time of year: frantic gift shopping, wrapping paper paper cuts and collecting wish lists. Are you finding yourself stumped by the expansive toy market? Have no fear, we're here to help! Allen Rickert of Top Ten Toys and Katherine Johnson of the Pacific Science Center stopped by Weekday to share their top toy picks for 2012.
The holidays are approaching and toys are back in the spotlight. What are the best new toys of the year? Allen Rickert of Top Ten Toys and Katherine Johnson of the Pacific Science Center store join us in our studio, bringing toys of all kinds with them.
We’ll also hear what's on the wish list of a classroom at Garden International Preschool. Bring your inner child and join us at 206.543.5869 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Being related to someone doesn’t mean that you “relate” to them. Do you talk to your crazy uncle about politics? What about religion? Jeannie Yandel hears from listeners about their Thanksgiving blowouts.
Your mom despises turkey, your uncle hates ham. Your brother’s vegan, and your sister is allergic to pumpkin pie. What do you do about the picky eaters (and people with dietary restrictions) at Thanksgiving? David Hyde talks to the host of The Splendid Table, Lynne Rossetto Kasper.
Soon family and friends will gather, feasts will be prepared and memories will be made. Some from everything going right, some from things going comically wrong. Touching moments. Traditions. Mortifying mistakes. Put yourself in a festive mood and share your stories of Thanksgiving with us at 206.543.5869 or email@example.com.
The turkey is a quintessentially American bird, exported from the New World like corn and potatoes. But the turkey is not native to the Pacific Northwest. The wild turkeys you may have seen here are part of the bird’s comeback story.
The Northwest's wild turkeys are out-of-state newcomers. In fact, you might have lived here longer than turkeys have. A few were introduced in the 1960s, and then, “In the 1980s and 1990s, wild turkeys were brought into the Pacific Northwest," says This is Mikal Moore, a biologist with the National Wild Turkey Federation.
What are the most common causes of house fires in Seattle and what can be done to avoid fire? Ross Reynolds sits down with Captain Shata Stephenson from the Seattle Fire Marshal’s office and talks about staying fire-free over the holidays.
You're invited to Weekday's haunted Halloween party. We hope you brought your nerve. (Insert creepy laugh here.) Dress up as anything you wish, and bring your true ghost stories and Halloween treats. Let's revel in the holiday!