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The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 130 - Mykhylo talks about Ukraine in 2024

The Musical Innertube

Release Date: 03/12/2024

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Episode 140 - Jerry Beck Introduces MeTV Toons show art The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Episode 140 - Jerry Beck Introduces MeTV Toons

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In less than a month, MeTV Toons will premiere! Cartoon historian Jerry Beck is putting it all  together, and he talked exclusively on the Innertube about his plans to feature cartoons from all phases of animation history.

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Chef and author Joy Stocke is back! John tells Joy how her Russian Potato Salad was the hit of a party! Joy reveals her recipe for home-made Rice-A-Roni! And everyone marvels at the versatility of pickle relish!

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Our old pal Mat Kaplan of the Planetary Society has just returned from the 2024 Humans to Mars Summit, and he's happy to tell us exactly how close we are to colonizing the Red Planet. 

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April 24th was International Guide Dog Day.  Our old pal Mike Hingson talks about his life with guide dogs, and about the special relationship a blind person has with his or her guide dog.

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Facts are facts. But with social media, how can you tell fake news from real?  Christina Veiga says the News Literacy Project has the answer: give you the fact-finding skills of a true journalist.

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Chef and author Joy Stocke speaks to us from her kitchen in New Jersey, telling stories about learning to cook at her grandmother's side, and how to use her favorite pantry items.

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He's a filmmaker.  And he's a film fan.  Listen as Justin Timpane gives his take on how studios can make good films on decent budgets.

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Baseball 2024 is underway! Scott Lauber of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Nick Roman of KPCC Radio preview the season and make their predictions on winners, losers, and how gambling will affect the game.

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Back in 1177 BC, civilization in the eastern Mediterranean collapsed. After a few decades, civilization in the area rose again. Eric Cline has books about both events - and one of them is a graphic novel!

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Most of us are defined by our jobs: "and what do you do?" And it seems employers have always had the upper hand. Philosopher and economist Elizabeth Anderson says workers deserve better.

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Mykhylo is an American who lives most of the year in Ukraine, training field medics in the war against Russia. We last talked with him in 2022. He's back with an update.