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First Aired - 07/18/2011 11:00AM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Naturalist, Carol A. Butler sits down with former guest and friend of the show Ariana Rickard to discuss African mammals and the Hall of African Mammals in the American Museum of Natural History. Tune in to learn how the dioramas were first created in the museum and hear some fun behind the scenes facts about the exhibits in the museum. This episode was sponsored by Hearst Ranch.

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First Aired - 10/04/2010 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Naturalist Bernie and Carol speak to Peter Capainolo, ornithologist at The Natural History Museum, about his history as an ornithologist and the art and science of falconry. Learn how to get these flying killing machines to come at a whistle, land on your hand, and be your best friend. Plus, Peter speaks about his research and history as an ornithologist who works simultaneously in a futuristic research center and an 1800s-era laboratory. This episode was sponsored by Fairway: like no other market.


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First Aired - 05/15/2012 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Jimmy Carbone's talking about taverns on this week's episode of Beer Sessions Radio. Christine Sismondo, author of America Walks into a Bar, is in the studio to offer s perspective on the importance of taverns as gathering places throughout history. Also in the studio are Ken Tirado of Killmeyer's Old Bavarian Inn and Barry Smyth of Fraunces Tavern, two of the oldest taverns in New York City. Tune in to hear about some of the beers at Killmeyer's and Fraunces Tavern, the importance of owner involvement in bars, the consequences of Prohibition in the United States, and why it's important to keep old tavern traditions alive. This episode has been brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"I don't see the American Revolution happening without taverns."

"One interesting thing about Prohibition is that people are really invested in the story as something that created more problems than it solved. To some degree, it's true, but if you look at the beginning of Prohibition, people really did drink less. For the first half of it, it really was successful at curbing people's over-consumption." -- Christine Sismondo on Beer Sessions Radio

"Taverns were the first libraries, the first art galleries, and the first cinemas." -- Barry Smyth


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