A quick look into Viewpoints producer, Annie Krall's festive conversations with Holiday Baking Championship judge Lorraine Pascale, Season 4 champion Jen Barney and Season 1 champion Erin Campbell.
Viewpoints Producer Annie Krall spoke with Dr. Thomas Oden and Dr. James Webb who have both made side careers for themselves outside of medicine and in the recording booth.
Viewpoints producer Annie Krall interviewed the first female high school football player in Texas to play, score, and win a state championship game: K-Lani Nava. Nava is also a huge women’s soccer fan. The U.S. Women’s World Cup victory this summer was monumental and potentially the catalyst for lasting change according to developmental psychologist Dr. Christia Spears Brown. Brown studies gender identity in young kids and she is excited to see what comes of gender barriers in sports.
Viewpoints producer Annie Krall interviewed the President of the American Association for Men in Nursing Blake Smith to get a better understanding of the role male nurses play in the healthcare field. One of those nurses in particular, Brian Underwood a.k.a “The IV Guy” uses Instagram to help educate fellow nurses on the best technique … Continue reading Inside Look: One Scrub Does Not Fit All
Viewpoints producer, Annie Krall, speaks with professional "Bridesmaid For Hire" Jen Glantz about the difficulties that can come with being a bridesmaid. Then, wedding planner Ashley Smith discusses an unusual take where one wedding option calls for removing the institution of bridesmaids and groomsmen entirely.
Viewpoints Radio intern Annie Krall speaks to Jared Yates Sexton about toxic Masculinity.
Viewpoints producer, Annie Krall, speaks with student Mev Becoja, who's aid was cut during for her junior and senior years of college.
Amirah Zaveri, the producer of Viewpoints Radio, asks New York Times bestselling author David Epstein about his unique career path and what he learned along the way.
Viewpoints Radio intern Annie Krall spoke with linguistic experts and psychologists about the prevalence of emojis today. How do emojis help us communicate what we really mean? Why do we use them so much? Listen in for a short clip from her interview.
Amirah Zaveri asks Rachel Louise Snyder, journalist and author of the new book No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us about the portrayal of domestic violence in the media and how women are rallying around this issue.