Author: Steve Skinner
Steve Skinner interviews a nurse working in a senior housing and support facility on the front range. Sarah talks about the rigors of PPE, keeping the human connection and staying happy in challenging times.
Steve Skinner interviews Fraser Winter Park Police Chief Glen Trainor. The Chief discusses the recent peaceful demonstrations in Fraser, policing the highway and working within the changed dynamics of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Physician, Author and Nutritionist Dr. Michael Greger speaks with Steve Skinner and Stacy Stein about nutrition, supplements, CBD, marijuana and How to Survive a Pandemic.
Steve Skinner interviews Grand County Commissioner Rich Cimino about the challenges of reopening and options for the county if the state does not grant a variance from Safer at Home restrictions.
Steve Skinner talks with Grand County Sheriff Brett Schroetlin about the increase in calls, Latino relations and a high speed case on US 40.
Steve Skinner interviews Drew McElvany about working in the ICU at Longs Peak Hospital. Drew explains PPE, ventilators and what it’s like working during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Steve Skinner interviews Fraser Elementary School fifth grade teacher Nicki Cimino about the transition to online learning and the upcoming “Celebration of Learning,” which will be broadcast live on KFFR on Thursday, May 28 at 11:00 a.m..
Stacy Stein and Steve Skinner interview Dr. David Katz about the role food and nutrition play in our overall health and disease prevention. Dr. David Katz is the founding director (1998-2019) of Yale University’s Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, Past-President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Founder/President of the True Health Initiative, and Founder/CEO of […]
Steve Skinner talks to Astronomer David Aguilar about comets, black holes and how they connect to our everyday lives. David Aguilar is an internationally recognized naturalist/astronomer, author, space artist and musician with the unique ability to open minds to the vast frontiers of space and their potential effects on our own world. His expertise lies […]
Dr. Amy MacNeill is an associate professor of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology at Colorado State University. As a veterinary pathologist at Colorado State University, Dr. MacNeill studies how to use the immune system to fight cancer. Dr. MacNeill is using her knowledge and research of poxviruses to work on developing a coronavirus vaccine.