Veteran talk-show host Marc Steiner hosts On Delmarva. In his nearly 18 years on the air, Steiner has earned national recognition for his astute ability to coax out the stories and lend a human face to difficult issues. In 2007, Steiner won a Peabody Award, the most prestigious award in broadcast media, for producing and hosting the series Just Words, which features the stories of the working poor in their own words and voices.
Acclaimed author and Delmarva native Tom Horton will join Marc with stories and commentaries.
On Delmarva is underwritten in part by the Town Creek Foundation.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 9:07amEpisode 127 This week, we examine the power of large institutions in purchasing food. We hear part of a discussion Marc moderated a couple weeks ago at the Maryland, Delaware and DC Chapter of the Association of Nutrition & Foodservice … Continue reading →
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 3:53pmEpisode 126 On our newest edition of Sound Bites, we take a trip to the Greener Garden Urban Farm in Baltimore, where we will hear from: Warren and LaVette Blue, farmers at Greener Garden Urban Farm; and Willie Flowers, Executive Director of the Park … Continue reading →
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 3:16pmEpisode 125 Stay tuned for the latest edition of our series Sound Bites! We begin with Nathanael Johnson, food writer for Grist, who recently wrote an article about a controversial proposed tax in Berkeley, California … on soda! Then, we take a look at the debate in Maryland … Continue reading →
Friday, September 26, 2014 9:32amEpisode 124 We kick off our newest edition of Sound Bites with a discussion and debate on AgriTourism, in light of a controversial bill introduced last week by Baltimore County Third District Councilman Todd Huff. What does AgriTourism mean? How does it benefit … Continue reading →
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 9:27amPerdue Stops Antibiotic Use in Hatcheries | Cherry Hill Urban Garden in Baltimore | September ForagingEpisode 123 Listen to a brand new episode of Sound Bites! In the first segment, our guests reflect upon the recent announcement that poultry producer Perdue plans to stop the use of antibiotics in its hatcheries. Our guests include: Mitch Jones, Director of … Continue reading →