Every neighborhood has its stereotypes, and a lot of them are based on income. Everyone wants to know what their neighbors are making. Well, using census data, WNYC has mapped out median income by area for the entire United States.
Life on Fire: Ash Runners
WOSU TV has been airing the special “Life on Fire” Wednesday nights at 10pm after “NOVA”. It’s an amazing program series all about volcanoes and their habitats. Beautiful video and fascinating stories, I encourage you to take a look.
In this coming week’s episode, we’re on the volcanic island of New-Britain off the coast of Papua, New Guinea. A handful of animals have learned to live with the Earth’s movements and when ash from a volcanic eruption invades their habitat, the choice is simple: leave or stay and adapt. In truth, it’s not that easy, since volcanoes and their actions are unpredictable and each creature responds in its own way. This episode presents the reactions of strange birds, mischievous hermit crabs and flying foxes as well as the majestic Priamus butterflies.
“Life on Fire: Ash Runners” airs Wednesday, January 30 at 10pm on WOSU TV with an encore presentation Thursday, January 31 at 10pm on our WOSU PLUS service.