Spotlight: We Were the Lucky Ones, Horse Rescue, and Agriculture on Earth & in Space

    In this week’s episode, an interview with Georgia Hunter, author of the New York Times bestselling novel and hit Hulu series “We were the Lucky Ones;” a rescue for elderly horses that teaches more than just how to ride; a Washington University explains how AI complicates the search for the perfect partner; the history of Cinco De Mayo and St. Louis’ connection to it; an artist using ink and water to create unique photograms; and countertop greenhouses changing the way the next generation approaches agriculture.

    Holocaust Survivors: The Secret of How One Family Escaped the Nazi Death Camps
    Georgia Hunter, author of “We Were The Lucky Ones,” is interviewed about her new book telling the amazing true story of her family’s survival of the Holocaust.

    Happy Hooves Equine Rescue
    Happy Hooves Equine Rescue is an Edwardsville based nonprofit that saves animals from all over the country. Most of the them are surrendered by their owners.

    Are You Flirting With a Bot? Using AI as a Matchmaker is Trending With Online Dating
    Online dating app users employ AI to strike up conversations and flirt with matches, but a data science expert at WashU explains why AI is no match for humans.

    History Spotlight: Cinco de Mayo
    The historical connection between Cinco de Mayo and St. Louis.

    Meet the Artist: Tracey Haynes
    Darkroom photography artist Tracey Haynes discusses why she uses ink and water to create amazing shapes in her photogram works.

    MARSfarm Greenhouses
    MARSfarm greenhouses are small enough to fit on a countertop but could change the way the next generation approaches agriculture on Earth – and in space.