This week on BuisnessWorld, the word is out that Black Friday is dead this year...will we need Sherlock Holmes to figure out who killed it? Or can the guys come up with the answer on their own? The oil industry has been caught in higher supply and lower demand leading to lower prices for crude...could another barrel-based industry offer some pricing lessons?
The three French soloists who have comprised the Pasquier Trio for more than three decades have been united by their love of chamber music since they were students together at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris. Founded in the early 1940s by Etienne Pasquier (who premiered Olivier Messiaen’s famed Quator pour la Fin du Temps in a concentration camp in 1942, the trio continues this legacy today by performing the string trio repertoire around world.
Join us this Friday evening for a StoryCorps listening party.
You’ll hear excerpts from recordings made these past weeks during StoryCorps’ stay at Guthrie Green. This is their last week in Tulsa. Meet the staff and help us thank them for preserving the oral histories of Oklahomans.
This week on BusinessWorld, how our lunch choices may be impacting our productivity at work...and how choice architecture can change our work snacking and eating habits. OPEC lowers the price of oil, we'll look at the potential winners and losers. And in a world of videoconferencing and net chats, do organizations still need bricks and mortar offices? We think so and will explain why on this week's show.
This week on BusainessWorld, tackling a tough assignment: teaching customer service skills to an entire town. Find out what's needed when natural beauty isn't enough to keep the tourists coming. And a quick quiz will give you a sense of whether you would flunk Finance 101.
For lovers of books and literature everywhere, it's fairly common to encounter a favorite author who's also a doctor: Arthur Conan Doyle, William Carlos Williams, Walker Percy, Anton Chekov, Robin Cook, Abraham Verghese, Oliver Sacks, Michael Crichton, et al.
Stigma from illness keeps sufferers in the dark, where they’re ashamed to give voice to their afflictions out of fear and embarrassment. Dr. Anne Hallward, a psychiatrist in Maine, is giving voice to those living in the shadows and talks to host John Henning Schumann about her work.
Gary Schwitzer of HealthNewsReview.org reviews the week's health news, and medical humanist Alice Dreger shares a meditation on using data to guide her own health care.
On this edition of Medical Matters, Dr. John La Puma, also known as “Chef MD”, shares how it is that what we eat has such a huge impact on our physical and emotional well-being. Chef MD short videos are seen on PBS and "REFUEL," a nutrition guide aimed specifically at men, is Dr. La Puma's latest book.