CoffeeTable

City of Homer

In Part One of this week's Coffee Table, Homer Wastewater Superintendent Todd Cook and Mariana Matus, CEO and cofounder of Biobot Analytics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, talk about Biobot's wastewater testing project to detect coronavirus in Homer.

In Part Two, Cook takes questions from the listeners and talks about the reservoir, what makes good drinking water and about the latest Water Quality Report for the City of Homer.
 

 

Dr. Castellini

This week on The Coffee Table, turn up the volume for

Sound Connections: Marine Mammals, the Ocean and Us.

This acoustic presentation by UAF's Arctic and Antarctic researcher Dr. Michael Castellini includes audio of marine mammals above and below the water and under the ice. You'll hear sound, stories and data from both poles and a discussion on how man-made noise is increasing in an on the ocean.

Coffee Table - Homestead Kids Dec. 25, 2019

Dec 25, 2019
Walli Family

Laura Lofgren Barton and Steve Walli tell tales of homestead life in this hour-long program recorded live at the Kachemak Heritage Land Trust's annual meeting on December 12, 2019.
Homestead Kids: Tales from Stariski Creek and Diamond Ridge is a collaboration between the land trust and the Pratt Museum. It is hosted by Lynn Whitmore and recorded by KBBI's Nicole Arevalo.

CoffeeTable: Teri Robl Holiday Cooking Show

Dec 22, 2016
Alder Seaman, KBBI

Local chef and columnist Teri Robl joined Kathleen Gustafson to share holiday recipes and cooking tips on the CoffeeTable program.

CoffeeTable: Holiday Recipes

Nov 25, 2015
KBBI photo

Local cook Teri Robl joined Host Daysha Eaton on the CoffeeTable to talk about holiday cooking and memories. They discussed, and took listener calls, about favorite holiday recipes, family traditions, and suggestions on what to serve during the holidays.

We are unable to bring you the CoffeeTable program this week. n its place will be a special from American Radioworks: Boots to Books.

You can find out more about this program at http://www.americanradioworks.org/documentaries/from-boots-to-books/