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In this North Fork Works episode, Sister Margaret Smythe, who founded the North Fork Spanish Apostolate in 1991 in eastern Long Island’s towns of Riverhead and Greenport, talks about the changes she is seeing in the economy, structure, integration and power of the area’s Hispanic immigrant population. (Broadcast on WPKN December 1, 2021)…
 
American Mine (Carlin, Nevada 2, 2007) Photograph by David Maisel. Sam Pelts, artist, activist, Special Project Manager for the CODEX Foundation and one of the founding organizers of the remarkable, expansive EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyss, an exhibition that took place throughout 2021 to raise the alarm about the global poisoning and des…
 
American Mine (Carlin, Nevada 2, 2007) Photograph by David Maisel. Sam Pelts, artist, activist, Special Project Manager for the CODEX Foundation and one of the founding organizers of the remarkable, expansive EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyss, an exhibition that took place throughout 2021 to raise the alarm about the global poisoning and des…
 
Beth Young, journalist-founder of the East End Beacon newspaper and 13th-generation member of a North Fork founding family, talks about the very different North Fork her brand new granddaughter will call home. It’s part lament, part hard-nosed reality seen through the eyes of one of our leading journalists. (Broadcast on WPKN October 6, 2021)…
 
Scientists, including scientific divers, talk about a groundbreaking exploration of the waters around Plum Island, New York and why so much such passion has accompanied calls for conservation of its subtidal communities as well as its terrestrial ecology. The project was directed by Save the Sound and New York Natural Heritage Program. Broadcast on…
 
Yaron Matras, Professor of Linguistics at the University of Manchester, speaks from the UK via Skype, about his book The Romani Gypsies. The interview includes a modern version of Gelem Gelem, often used as the anthem of the Romani people. It was composed by Zarko Jovanovic who personally experienced incarceration by the Nazis in WWII. (The shorter…
 
Yaron Matras, Professor of Linguistics at the University of Manchester, speaks from the UK via Skype, about his book The Romani Gypsies. The interview includes a modern version of Gelem Gelem, often used as the anthem of the Romani people. It was composed by Zarko Jovanovic who personally experienced incarceration by the Nazis in WWII. (The shorter…
 
Labor and employment attorney Mark A. Torres, tells the true and shameful story about the scores of migrant farm labor camps in Suffolk County that housed hundreds of migrant workers on the North Fork and other of Long Island’s east end towns and villages between 1943 and 2000. The book chronicles the many aspects of this dark history including the…
 
Debbie O’Kane and Laura Klahre, members of the North Fork Dark Sky Coalition, talk about why the dark sky–a crucial natural resource–is important, not only to astronomers and nature lovers, but to many many species of birds and insects, our agriculture and tourism economies and to our own sense of wellbeing and wonder. (Broadcast on WPKN June 2, 20…
 
Dr. William Grevatt, Los Angeles-based educator and Jungian analyst and President of the C.G. Jung Study Center of Southern California, talks about his new book The Alchemy of Tyrann: A Jungian Perspective, in which he explains why, 75 years after the end of Hitler, what he calls “the dark shift to the right”, the pendulum swinging back to fascism,…
 
Dr. William Grevatt, Los Angeles-based educator and Jungian analyst and President of the C.G. Jung Study Center of Southern California, talks about his new book The Alchemy of Tyrann: A Jungian Perspective, in which he explains why, 75 years after the end of Hitler, what he calls “the dark shift to the right”, the pendulum swinging back to fascism,…
 
Kim Tetrault, an expert not only on the “spat”, which is what baby oysters are called after they have spawned, but also the head of the SPAT program at the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training at Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Marine Education Learning Center in Southold, his brainchild twenty years ago and still his responsibility today. Kim T…
 
Prof. Luc Bovens Why do the words socialism and democratic socialism get Americans so riled up these days?? What’s so fearful about “From each according to ability; to each according to need”? As I searched for answers to these questions, I was fortunate to come across an article by philosophy professor Luc Bovens in which he traces the roots of so…
 
Prof. Luc Bovens Why do the words socialism and democratic socialism get Americans so riled up these days?? What’s so fearful about “From each according to ability; to each according to need”? As I searched for answers to these questions, I was fortunate to come across an article by philosophy professor Luc Bovens in which he traces the roots of so…
 
Well-known botanist and conservationist Tom Rawinski talks about moving from his work in the field educating northeast region towns how to manage the connections between their forests, their deer and their hunters to becoming a Fellow in the coveted Harvard Forest Bullard Fellowship Program where he’ll be writing a book to explore the deer abundanc…
 
Well-known botanist and conservationist Tom Rawinski talks about moving from his work in the field educating northeast region towns how to manage the connections between their forests, their deer and their hunters to becoming a Fellow in the coveted Harvard Forest Bullard Fellowship Program where he’ll be writing a book to explore the deer abundanc…
 
Matthew Daddona, 30, a poet and Southold High School graduate whose first collection of poems, House of Sound, has just been published by Wandering Aengus Press. Matthew talks about growing up on the North Fork, his writing practice, why he considers himself as much a writer as a poet and tells us about some of the poems in the book. (Broadcast on …
 
Isabell Tree’s “Wilding” Isabella Tree talks about her latest book Wilding, a new kind of creation story. From the Knepp estate in Britain’s West Sussex, Ms. Tree tells how she and her husband Charlie Burrell, defeated by its deep clay soil to intensively farm their 3,500 acres of ancient, inherited land, literally turned it over with the help of l…
 
Isabell Tree’s “Wilding” Isabella Tree talks about her latest book Wilding, a new kind of creation story. From the Knepp estate in Britain’s West Sussex, Ms. Tree tells how she and her husband Charlie Burrell, defeated by its deep clay soil to intensively farm their 3,500 acres of ancient, inherited land, literally turned it over with the help of l…
 
Dr. John Rasweiler a retired medical school professor who has spent much of his scientific career working with wildlife. A resident of Long Island’s North Fork, John has been active as both advisor and critic to local government, and here he tells us how the long-awaited Southold Town Comprehensive Plan falls well short of solving the deer problem …
 
Long Beach view (Credit: Miranda Steiger) Issy and Maggie, two 8th grade girls from Long Island, New York talk about how the first months of living through a pandemic have altered the ways they see themselves, their friends and social media — and what “going back to school” means these days. (Broadcast on WPKN radio Aug.12, 2020 and produced by Ton…
 
Long Beach view (Credit: Miranda Steiger) Issy and Maggie, two 8th grade girls from Long Island, New York talk about how the first months of living through a pandemic have altered the ways they see themselves, their friends and social media — and what “going back to school” means these days. (Broadcast on WPKN radio Aug.12, 2020 and produced by Ton…
 
Louise Harrison of Save the Sound talks about the just published report “ENVISION Plum Island,” an extensive vision and plan for Plum Island to be implemented once the federal law allowing Plum Island to be sold to the highest bidder is permanently revoked in 2021. (Broadcast on North Fork Works on WPKN radio, August 5, 2020. Produced by Tony Ernst…
 
Maya Lasker Wallfisch, psychoanalytic psychotherapist specializing in the transmission of transgenerational trauma and author of Letter to Breslau, speaks to us from London via Skype both as a psychologist and as the daughter of a Holocaust survivor. (Broadcast on WPKN on July 8th, 2020 and produced by Tony Ernst.) Maya Lasker-Wallfisch…
 
Maya Lasker Wallfisch, psychoanalytic psychotherapist specializing in the transmission of transgenerational trauma and author of Letter to Breslau, speaks to us from London via Skype both as a psychologist and as the daughter of a Holocaust survivor. (Broadcast on WPKN on July 8th, 2020 and produced by Tony Ernst.) Maya Lasker-Wallfisch…
 
Jungian analyst and scholar Dr. George Elder talks about the psychology of apocalypse and pandemic as seen through the lens the theories of Carl G. Jung. He tells us how Jungian thought can help us understand the massive forces shaping our world today. Among the sources Dr. Elder mentions in this interview are: Archetype of the Apocalypse by Edward…
 
Jungian analyst and scholar Dr. George Elder talks about the psychology of apocalypse and pandemic as seen through the lens the theories of Carl G. Jung. He tells us how Jungian thought can help us understand the massive forces shaping our world today. Among the sources Dr. Elder mentions in this interview are: Archetype of the Apocalypse by Edward…
 
Mark Haubner, my activist, community organizer neighbor in Aquebogue, NY, is recognized as a leading resource for integrating the latest science-based thinking about climate disruption in the Peconic Estuary region. He talks about his involvement in projects–such as our food waste into compost program–that anticipate and combat climate change impac…
 
Israel’s Origin Story Dr. Alice Rothchild talks about Israel’s origin story and Zionism’s uneasy relationship with antisemitism (Mondoweiss, Nov. 19, 2019) on Tidings on WPKN radio. (Broadcast on WPKN on December 11, 2019 and produced by Tony Ernst.) This month, Hazel’s guest on Tidings is Boston-based Dr. Alice Rothchild, physician, filmaker, auth…
 
Israel’s Origin Story Dr. Alice Rothchild talks about Israel’s origin story and Zionism’s uneasy relationship with antisemitism (Mondoweiss, Nov. 19, 2019) on Tidings on WPKN radio. (Broadcast on WPKN on December 11, 2019 and produced by Tony Ernst.) This month, Hazel’s guest on Tidings is Boston-based Dr. Alice Rothchild, physician, filmaker, auth…
 
part 2 In this second of the special two-part Tidings from Hazel Kahan program, Pakistani filmmaker Shireen Pasha talks about making making her film Hima Remembers, which explores the extraordinary time in the history of the Indian subcontinent after the decline of the Mughal Empire in the 18th century. With the history of the city of Lucknow and t…
 
part 2 In this second of the special two-part Tidings from Hazel Kahan program, Pakistani filmmaker Shireen Pasha talks about making making her film Hima Remembers, which explores the extraordinary time in the history of the Indian subcontinent after the decline of the Mughal Empire in the 18th century. With the history of the city of Lucknow and t…
 
part 1 In this first of a special two-part Tidings program, Pakistani filmmaker Shireen Pasha tells the story of 17th and 18th century Lucknow, a fabled Indian city and its famous courtesan culture that serves as background for Shireen’s documentary about HIMA: (part 2 broadcast on WPKN on October 30, 2019.) Shireen on location…
 
part 1 In this first of a special two-part Tidings program, Pakistani filmmaker Shireen Pasha tells the story of 17th and 18th century Lucknow, a fabled Indian city and its famous courtesan culture that serves as background for Shireen’s documentary about HIMA: (part 2 broadcast on WPKN on October 30, 2019.) Shireen on location…
 
Israel-born and -bred psychotherapist and activist, Avigail Abarbanel, brings her psychological expertise to analyze how changing the language we use can fundamentally alter the way we understand human and geopolitical relationships, with particular reference to Israel’s settler-colonialism in Palestine. This conversation is a continuation of Aviga…
 
Israel-born and -bred psychotherapist and activist, Avigail Abarbanel, brings her psychological expertise to analyze how changing the language we use can fundamentally alter the way we understand human and geopolitical relationships, with particular reference to Israel’s settler-colonialism in Palestine. This conversation is a continuation of Aviga…
 
This month, my guest is Ayeda Ayed, a Palestinian-Canadian expert on the culture of the Arab-speaking world. A performer herself, she speaks to us from Toronto about the Palestinian music scene and introduces us to recordings from its most significant women musicians. Here’s more about musicians and instruments and Palestinian culture (First broadc…
 
This month, my guest is Ayeda Ayed, a Palestinian-Canadian expert on the culture of the Arab-speaking world. A performer herself, she speaks to us from Toronto about the Palestinian music scene and introduces us to recordings from its most significant women musicians. Here’s more about musicians and instruments and Palestinian culture (First broadc…
 
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