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  • In this archived broadcast from April 3, 1987, John Weeks discusses temperature fluctuations and recites Henry David Thoreau to describe the constant…
  • In this archived broadcast from May 9, 2003, John Weeks talks about the aftermath of winter. Weeks remarks on the visible marks that winter leaves behind…
  • John Weeks explains how he views nature as art and compares it to a painting. He describes how it changes throughout the day and how the height of the sun…
  • John Weeks talks about the approaching fall season and the summer sunlight cycle. He discusses the relationship between the sun and plants and how that…
  • In this archived broadcast from August 15, 1992, John Weeks talks about how some things never change. He talks about the town that he grew up in and how…
  • In this archived broadcast, from April 6, 1990, John Weeks talks about the month of Spring. He mentions that not two springs are identical and that you…
  • In this archived broadcast, from April 6, 1990, John Weeks talks about the month of Spring. He mentions that not two springs are identical and that you…
  • In this archived broadcast, The Horned Lark, John Weeks talks about roadside bird watchers but focuses on one bird in particular. The horned lark is a…
  • This archived broadcast, Phantoms of the Marsh, is from October 4, 1990 by John Weeks. In this broadcast Weeks talks about when he was at Cornell he would…
  • This archived broadcast, Reading the Message, John Weeks talks about a trip that he took and he talks about all different things that he saw that were…