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Airs Tuesday, April 21 at 6 p.m. As spring struggles to actually arrive and as we hope for summer is just around the corner, we thought it time for another edition of What's Bugging You with Dr. Beverly Burden, Associate Professor of Biology at LSUS and our resident Entomologist. She'll join Bill Beckett for a conversation about our insect world, both friendly and fiendish. Tune if for what's new in the insect world and call in with your questions at 800-552-8502

What's Bugging You October 21, 2014

Oct 21, 2014

Aired Tuesday, October 21 at 6 p.m. Fall is in full gear and so are the insect around us, so once again we invited Dr. Beverly Burden, Associate Professor of Biology at LSUS, and our resident Entomologist, to join host Bill Beckett for a discussion about our insect world, both friendly and fiendish. They discussed what's new in the insect world and took your calls and questions about "What's Bugging You" at 800-552-8502.
If you have a photo of an insect you'd like Dr. Burden to identify please send it to wbeckett@lsus.edu. We will use this on a future show.

Aired Tuesday, August 19 at 6 p.m. Summer is in full gear and so are the insect around us, so once again we invited Dr. Beverly Burden, Associate Professor of Biology at LSUS and our resident Entomologist to join host Bill Beckett for a discussion about our insect world, both friendly and fiendish. They'll discussed what's new in the insect world and took your calls and questions about "What's Bugging You?"  If you have a photo of an insect you'd like Dr. Burden to identify please send that to wbeckett@lsus.edu

Airs Tuesday, June 17 at 6 p.m. Once again Dr. Beverly Burden, an Associate Professor of Biology at LSUS and our resident entomologist will join Bill Beckett to discuss our insect world, both friendly and fiendish. We'll talk about what's new in the insect world and we'll took forward to your calls and questions about "What's Bugging You" at 800-552-8502.

Airs Sunday, April 20 at 6 p.m.  Unable to speak until age four and diagnosed autistic in the 1950s, Temple Grandin went on to defy expectations, becoming a renowned author, activist and expert in humane livestock design.  Honing her ability to see and think differently, this self-described “anthropologist on Mars” has brought enlightenment to her field and a new understanding of autism to the world. David D’Arcy hosts this journey into a truly Independent Mind.

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