April 19, 2017

Under the Surface

There’s always more to something than just what’s on the surface. From a simple city council item about ambulances to the storied history of Hiroshima survivors, this week’s show looks at simple ideas, single moments, and finishes up a three-part series on the hunt for an illusive LSD house in Richmond.

CREDITS:

PRODUCER: Shiho Takezawa
ASSISTANT PRODUCER: Brian Krans
ANCHORS: Anna M. Clausen and Gabriel Tolliver
REPORTERS: Ariel Plotnick, Brian Krans, Cat Schuknecht, Christina Koningisor, and Shiho Takezawa.
ENGINEER: Lacy Roberts
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Laura Klivans
MUSIC: "Shape of You (Instrumental)" by Ed Sheeran, "Together" by Ella Eyre, “Hey Brother” by Avicii
PHOTOS: Tobias Friedrich/Caters News, Ariel Plotnick



INDIVIDUAL STORIES FROM SHOW

Ambulance (Bill) Chasers

What can you get for $18.5 million? In Berkeley, that’ll get you more than 9,000 ambulance rides. But don’t forget to pay your bill.

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Babies of Technology

What are the legal and ethical questions surrounding the use of assisted reproductive technology? An author on the subject fills us in.

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Millennials and Matzo Balls

Every year, Jews celebrate Passover. It’s a holiday that commemorates their liberation from slavery in Egypt

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Baby, you can drive my car

For the past few months, the mayor of Richmond has been trying to track down the house where California’s “King of Acid,” Owsley Stanley, ran an LSD lab back in the sixties. In this final episode of a three-part series on the mayor’s search, reporter Cat Schuknecht catches up with…

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8:15, August 6th, 1945

The U.S. dropped two bombs in WWII. One was in Hiroshima.

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