Radio Workshop Podcast–August 1, 2009
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Welcome to the Radio Workshop podcast! This week it’s science, science, science! Because it’s National Science Week, from August 1-8. Does science get you excited? Are you a future physicist, biologist, or geologist? Well if the answer is yes, today’s show is just for you. Stay tuned!
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Welcome to the Show
Radio Workshop host Lesedi Mogoatlhe welcomes listeners to the show.
The Radio Workshop broadcasts every Saturday at 12 noon on SAFM. Visit SAFM’s website for information about how to find their frequency in your area.
A Visit to the MTN Science Centre
First up on the show, we take a visit to the MTN Science Centre in Cape Town. We meet up with science educator Fikiswa Majola and find out why she’s so passionate about science.
Want to see what’s on at the MTN Science Centre? Take a look at the monthly schedule of events on their website.
What do rising sea levels, melting ice caps, and crazy weather have in common? They are all effects of climate change. Today we find out about what climate change means for our world, and what you can do to help change the situation.
If you want to get a copy of the “Smart Living Handbook,” visit the Youth Environmental School’s website.
For more information on climate change, get a copy of UNICEF’s “Climate Change and Children.” Download it from their website by clicking here.
This Week in History
Find out what important events happened this week in history!
For more exciting South African history, visit South African History Online.
That’s it for this week, join us next week for more from the Radio Workshop. We hope you’ve enjoyed the show. Feel free to leave a comment below. We’d love to know what you think!