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Fast Food Revolution-- India Style!


27:58 minutes (25.61 MB)

 

On this episode of Youth Beat Radio we feature Nishant Makhija’s documentary called “Fast Food Revolution- India Style!” This is a documentary on India’s culture, economy, and globalization inside India. This episode plans to air on Monday, August 10, 2009 at 7:30pm.

College Residence Hall Life


26:05 minutes (23.89 MB)

Are you headed to college this fall? Living in the dorms? A residence hall assistant talks about the advantages students receive by living in the residence halls and how to make a successful transition to college.

Youth Beat Explores College Radio


28:12 minutes (25.82 MB)

What is college radio? This week we hear from two college radio producers from Wittenberg University and Hocking College about what they love about being on the air.

Columbus Youth Chosen as a National Poetry Finalist!


28:37 minutes (39.29 MB)

Youth voice through poetry! Tonight we feature Mido Ally, a senior at Upper Arlington High School who was chosen as a poetry national finalist.

From Columbus to Oberlin College


27:49 minutes (38.21 MB)

Youth Beat Radio's executive producer, Dr. Kristi Lekies joins Eugene Beer, an Oberlin Alumnus and WCRS-FM Chief Engineer, to check out the environmental initiatives at the campus.

Welcome to Youth Beat Radio!


26:30 minutes (48.53 MB)

Welcome to our show! Tonight we feature the OSU student organization, Students for Food Sovereignty. On this week's Trend Watch, Youth Beat talks about the biggest thing since peanut butter and jelly: text messaging! Also hear students' expectations for our new President, Barack Obama, and perspectives on education.

The FFA: 80 Years of Leadership through Agricultural Education


24:10 minutes (33.19 MB)

This week’s show features the FFA, also known as the Future Farmers of America. Over the past 80 years, millions of students across the country have participated in this organization that promotes leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education. It’s not just about pigs, cows, and corn! Trend Watch breaks down the stereotype that tanning is just for girls and explores its positive and negative side effects. We honor Black History Month by learning about Jesse Owens.

Pax Romana


28:58 minutes (39.79 MB)

Do you love music? Have you ever wanted to be in a band? Tonight Youth Beat features Pax Romana, a local band comprised of Upper Arlington High School students. Do you want to Go Green? Hear Trend Watch’s tips to help the environment. We also honor Black History month with facts about George Washington Carver, one of the most influential inventors of American history.

Connecting Across Generations


21:44 minutes (29.87 MB)

Tonight we learn about ways to get acquainted with older generations through the Meals on Wheels program. Trend Watch gives us some thoughts about what is real and what is fake about reality TV. Also hear about risky spring break travel, and the risks of online postings.

What to Eat: Organic or Conventional Produce?


25:47 minutes (35.41 MB)

Many topics are on this evening’s program, including the Arlingtones, organic food trends, what's next for high school seniors, and the importance of taking time for you and living your life.

Adultism


26:02 minutes (35.75 MB)

Youth Beat reports on the OSU Extension Leadership For Tomorrow conference held in Columbus, Ohio which featured a youth leadership panel. Closing Arguments will tackle the topic of adultism.

A Sense of Adventure through Outdoor Recreation and Community Gardening


27:05 minutes (37.19 MB)

This week’s show takes us to Cleveland and the Great Outdoors. We learn about the Youth Outdoors Program that promotes leadership and outdoor skills through adventure recreation. Back in Columbus, we also learn more about summer gardening activities of the OSU student organization, Students for Food Sovereignty.

Earth Day is Every Day!


29:35 minutes (40.63 MB)

Today's show is a collaborative effort with youth from all over Columbus who talk about recycling, farmers markets, bird conservation, the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, and what your peers did for Earth Day! Be inspired to protect the planet!

American Immigration and the "Us vs Them" Mentality


28:46 minutes (39.51 MB)

Today's show will ignite some hot debates around the Arizona Immigration Law. Local blogger Matthew Curtin will be breaking down the issues that surround the law and will be giving you his opinion about it. We also have a high school graduate talking about her experiences with racism and how she came to identify herself. Last but not least, a youth beat reporter will give the 411 on a local non-profit that does environmental activism, international humanitarian work, among other things!

Rappelling at Age 79


26:31 minutes (42.5 MB)

If you thought adventurous behavior has an age-limit, then you are mistaken! A 79 year old local Columbus man, Smitty, rappels, rock climbs, and hang glides! Listen in to see where and how he does it! Also on Youth Beat is reporter Jackie with information about obesity and fat! Last but not least is Mad Mike withYouth Beat Radio's very own movie review show!

The Gimp Glimpse


30:45 minutes (35.2 MB)

Ever felt awkward or confused about how to approach people with physical disabilities? If so, then listen up to Youth Beat's special segment: The Gimp Glimpse. We also learn about depression and what its symptoms are and hear perspectives on being an Asian-American. Join us for a movie review from Mad Mike who also happens to be a fan of bad movies.

Consent is Sexy!


28:22 minutes (32.47 MB)

"Consent" is as the title states: SEXY! Youth Beat Radio reporter, Lucy Ramos, talks about the double positive "Yes means Yes!" Today we talk about how asking for consent can improve relationships and your love life. So, stop guessing and start asking! We also hear a personal story about growing up in Appalachia, advice for interacting with individuals with disabilities, a movie review, and composting tips.

2011 Season Premier - January 24, 2011


25:55 minutes (29.66 MB)

On today’s edition of Youth Beat Radio we have students talking what’s important to them right now. An international student gives her perspective about being a new student in a new country. Mad Mike reviews The Social Network. Can you Swim? A camp counselor talks about his experiences working with youth in rural Alaska as part of the Campfire USA program. "Listen To This," highlights artist Amanda Diva.

Exploring New Perspectives - January 31, 2011


27:16 minutes (31.21 MB)

On today’s Youth Beat Radio we challenge listeners to explore new perspectives. We hear adults' opinions of how you know someone is right for you. What are your thoughts about cheerleaders? Are they based on stereotypes, or on the facts about needed skills and athletic abilities? Learn about the country of Jamaica and about Indian music. What is it like to be a second-generation Asian American? There are probably things you haven't thought about. Finally, Mad Mike talks about the newest Harry Potter movie.

Valentine's Day, 2011


25:14 minutes (34.65 MB)

Going Green


28:10 minutes (25.79 MB)

Today's show features selected pieces from Ecobeat, Youth Beat's environmental segment. Learn about the Gulf Coast oil spill, living a greener lifestyle, new perspectives on trash and waste, environmental art classes, the Audubon Society, and composting.

Consent is Sexy! April 11, 2011


28:22 minutes (32.47 MB)

Earth Day Show - April 18, 2011


28:10 minutes (25.79 MB)

Listen to some of Youth Beat's favorite segments to hear new perspectives on the environment, and thing we can do to make a difference!

Earth Day Show - April 18, 2011


28:10 minutes (25.79 MB)

Hear some of Youth Beat's favorite segments to learn new perspectives on the environment, as well as things you can do to make a difference!

Art and Environment - May 23, 2011


24:38 minutes (22.55 MB)

In five months, students in the Wexner Center's Art and Environment class visited organic farms and power plants, interviewed well-known environmental artists and produced work for an exhibition at the Wexner Center opening May 26. Shelly Casto, director of education at the Wexner Center, and her students share the rare experiences they have gained in this free and exciting class. To learn more about the class go to http://www.wexarts.org.

Art and Environment - May 30, 2011


24:38 minutes (22.55 MB)

Youth Beat Radio - Going Green


28:10 minutes (25.79 MB)

The Independence Show - July 11, 2011


25:32 minutes (35.06 MB)

This edition of Youth Beat Radio features many art-related pieces with independent spirits. First, Mad Mike reviews local independent movie theaters. Harrison Sydnor follows with an EcoBeat interview with the independent movie theater The Gateway Film Center. Then Youth Beat contributor Brenden Martin, East High School, shares two of his poems, and Yi-Ann Lii, Ohio State University, shares a creative essay about adjusting to life in Ohio. Anwar Nur, a contributor from Temple University, reviews independent musical artist Aloe Black's album "Good Things." Finally, Youth Beat reporter Bridgette Kreuz sits down with a dance student from Ohio State to learn more about her major.

Grow Up! Views on growing an group, growing a garden, and growing up in America - July 25, 2011


29:21 minutes (40.31 MB)

Chandler Wilson, a student in the Columbus Medical Association Foundation's Youth Advisory Council (YAC), talks about why using social media and other digital tools is important and helpful for philanthropy groups seeking advocates and donors. Then, host Anna Siriano sits down with April Calkovsky, the leader of the NECKO community garden, which was built for a community of people with disabilities, as well as their neighbors. Later, she also talks to Britany Hoeffer, leader of the Summit community garden, and two boys who have been helping at the garden for a couple of years. In the final segment, Youth Beat reporter Bridgette Kreuz talks to Brenda, an OSU student, to find out what kind of difficulties she and her family have faced as Mexican-Americans.

Grow Up! August 1, 2011


29:21 minutes (40.31 MB)

Freedom School - August 8, 2011


22:21 minutes (20.46 MB)

Students from a local Freedom School, who recently completed the six week program, share the experiences they have had over the summer. The show moves through a series of chants, poems, and interviews recorded by the Freedom School students to explain the activities and methods used to improve reading skills among the scholars.

Freedom School - August 15, 2011


22:21 minutes (20.46 MB)

The Independence Show - August 22, 2011


25:32 minutes (35.06 MB)

Adjusting to College: -Tips for a Successful Transition - August 29, 2011


27:32 minutes (25.21 MB)

How do you adjust to college life? Learn about living in the residence halls, getting involved, and other tips for a successful transition to college.

Adjusting to College - September 5, 2011


27:32 minutes (25.21 MB)

The Future We Have to Live In - September 12, 2011


28:37 minutes (26.21 MB)

Ohio State student Hoda El-Hosseiny talks about her Egyptian heritage, Egyptian culture, the recent Egyptian revolution, and more. Then one of the coordinators of Powershift 2011, Kristen Arnold, shares her thoughts on a different kind of revolution: a student-led green revolution.

The Future We Have to Live In - September 19, 2011


28:37 minutes (26.21 MB)

There to Learn and Share - September 27, 2011


26:09 minutes (23.95 MB)

In this episode Hannah Berkeley Cohen, a student from the University of Pittsburgh, shares the difficulties she faced acclimating herself to aspects of Bangladeshi culture. She talks about the relationships she created and the things she saw, including a garment factory, a Bangladeshi wedding, and life in the slums, during her 4-month long trip. She also talks about the work she did with Grameen Bank, as well as Amader Gram.

There to Learn and Share - October 3, 2011


26:09 minutes (23.95 MB)

The Independence Show - October 10, 2011


25:32 minutes (35.06 MB)

This edition of Youth Beat Radio features many art-related pieces with independent spirits. First, Mad Mike reviews local independent movie theaters. Harrison Sydnor follows with an EcoBeat interview with the independent movie theater The Gateway Film Center. Then Youth Beat contributor Brenden Martin, East High School, shares two of his poems, and Yi-Ann Lii, Ohio State University, shares a creative essay about adjusting to life in Ohio. Anwar Nur, a contributor from Temple University, reviews independent musical artist Aloe Black's album "Good Things." Finally, Youth Beat reporter Bridgette Kreuz sits down with a dance student from Ohio State to learn more about her major.

The Future We Have to Live In - October 17, 2011


28:37 minutes (26.21 MB)

It's Time to Vote! October 24, 2011


29:53 minutes (27.37 MB)

Franklin County Board of Elections Deputy Director Nathan Burd and The League of Women Voters of Ohio Election Specialist Peg Rosenfield share their insights into the process of voting. They give advice for registering to vote, preparing to vote, and participating in elections if ineligible to vote. Elections are right around the corner, so exercise your power: The Voting Power of One. To learn more about voting, you can visit vote.franklincountyohio.gov or www.lwvohio.org.

It's Time to Vote - October 31, 2011


29:53 minutes (27.37 MB)

All in the Family - November 7, 2011


24:53 minutes (22.78 MB)

Students from Upper Arlington High School share the various ways family influenced who they are today. In a series of seven stories students talk about admiration, rivalry, and separation from siblings, lessons learned out of tragedy, and the importance of being home.

All in the Family - November 14, 2011


24:53 minutes (22.78 MB)

The Moments that Count - November 21, 2011


23:13 minutes (21.27 MB)

Students from Upper Arlington share moments that have affected the way they look at the world around them, whether that meant learning to live in the moment, to face life's brick walls with courage, or to look on the bright side of life. The students find these lessons in odd places: pi, a broken jaw, a fish, and Batman, to name a few.

There to Learn and Share - November 27, 2011


26:09 minutes (23.95 MB)

The Moments that Count - December 5, 2011


23:13 minutes (21.27 MB)

Better Days - December 12, 2011


29:51 minutes (27.34 MB)

Upper Arlington students remind us of the monumental effect a compliment, smile, laughter, and a bit of understanding can have on someone's day. Then, we hear from Justin Boggs, who has played an instrumental role in helping his neighborhood become safer, healthier, and more united. He shares tips about how to build a better community and explains why it's so important for him to do so.

Better Days - December 19, 2011


29:51 minutes (27.34 MB)

The Most Wonderful Time - January 2, 2012


25:48 minutes (23.63 MB)

In this episode we hear from Upper Arlington students about their holiday traditions and opinions on school, and they share perspectives on eating disorders, Cleveland sports, and new-found responsibility.

The Most Wonderful Time - January 9, 2012


25:48 minutes (23.63 MB)

Above and Beyond - January 16, 2012


27:23 minutes (25.08 MB)

Youth Beat Reporter Bridgette Kreuz interviews a recent OSU graduate about traveling to Italy and France, couch surfing, and living in the present. Then, Upper Arlington students share challenges they have faced, including parting with a role model, running a half-marathon, making the soccer team, and dealing with two hectic days camping.

Above and Beyond - January 23, 2012


27:23 minutes (25.08 MB)

Mind and Body - January 30, 2012


25:11 minutes (23.06 MB)

Sometimes our minds and body take an unexpected turn. We might miss someone we never thought we would, we might make poor choices, and we might, despite what we ever thought, lose control of our movements altogether. Today, Upper Arlington students discuss family, the future, alcohol, and drugs. Bridgette Kreuz talks to Pam Starky about her job as an occupational therapist and the reward of giving independence back to patients. Also, Ohio State student Harrison Sydnor talks about the ramifications of poaching ginseng.

Mind and Body - February 6, 2012


25:11 minutes (23.06 MB)

Above and Beyond - February 13, 2012


27:23 minutes (25.08 MB)

There to Learn and Share - February 20 and 27, 2012


26:09 minutes (23.95 MB)

In this episode Hannah Berkeley Cohen, a student from the University of Pittsburgh, shares the difficulties she faced acclimating herself to aspects of Bangladeshi culture. She talks about the relationships she created and the things she saw, including a garment factory, a Bangladeshi wedding, and life in the slums, during her 4-month long trip. She also talks about the work she did with Grameen Bank, as well as Amader Gram.

The Independence Show - March 5, 2012


25:32 minutes (35.06 MB)

The Times are Changing - March 12, 2012


27:42 minutes (25.37 MB)

Upper Arlington students talk about some of the great projects going on around their community, such as Strides for Sudan and local restaurant renovations, as well as a student's participation in a world hunger conference. They get students' reactions to O.A.R., parking issues, upcoming state championships, and much more.

The Times Are Changing - March 19, 2012


27:42 minutes (25.37 MB)

All in the Family - March 26, 2012


24:53 minutes (22.78 MB)

A Bird's Eye View of Birding - April 2, 2012


24:20 minutes (22.28 MB)

Youth Beat reporter Nicole Jackson talks to Alex Hughes and Alex Champagne, president and former president of the Ohio State Ornithology Club, about the social and mental benefits of birding. They discuss the activities the club participates in and the ways in which anyone can begin birding in their leisure time.

A Bird's Eye View of Birding - April 9, 2012


24:20 minutes (22.28 MB)

Take a Break - April 16, 2012


27:28 minutes (25.16 MB)

For some students this Spring Break meant watching "Hunger Games" and for others it entailed volunteering abroad. Students hope to end youth violence and others hope to break the habit of using the "R-word." A short piece of fiction shows the importance of empathy. We learn the rules of rugby and we find out about a man behind the student conditioning that goes into Upper Arlington high school sports.

Take a Break - April 23, 2012


27:28 minutes (25.16 MB)

Natural Play - April 30, 2012


24:21 minutes (22.3 MB)

Reporter Samantha Weidner discusses Nature Deficit Disorder and reporter Nicole Jackson talks to Three Creeks Metro Park naturalist Jill Snyder about taking advantage of Central Ohio's metro parks and natural play areas.

Natural Play - May 7, 2012


24:21 minutes (22.3 MB)

All in the Family - May 14, 2012


24:53 minutes (22.78 MB)

Eastmoor's Impact - May 21, 2012


28:27 minutes (26.04 MB)

Students from the Impact Team, a volunteer group at Eastmoor Academy, share stories and lessons learned from five of the more than 50 activities they did this year. These include CAMP EA, a poverty simulation, Neighborhood Best Conference, work with Faith Mission, and a Habitat for Humanity Project. Giving back fills the 350 student participants with happiness and pride, which then fills the school with active, engaged students.

Eastmoor's Impact - May 28, 2012


28:27 minutes (26.04 MB)

Eastmoor's Impact - June 4, 2012


28:27 minutes (26.04 MB)

The End and Beginning - June 11, 2012


24:54 minutes (22.8 MB)

The school year has ended and a fun summer awaits. Maybe you want to use your summer to release your creative spirit, in which case Tomiqua Perry has just the show for you to perform in. Maybe camp is more your style - whether it's the rough wilderness camp Andrew Sarno discusses or a character building camp like the one the students of Worthington attend. Whatever you do this summer, make sure you do it with passion because, as Josh Jackson points out, passion is the key to success.

The End and Beginning - June 18, 2012


24:54 minutes (22.8 MB)

All Around Arlington - June 25, 2012


26:21 minutes (24.12 MB)

We hear from the Upper Arlington police, school district superintendent, and high school quarterback. Learn about Upper Arlington's public pools, favorite summer sports, theatre programs, and prom. Great ideas for your own neighborhood.

Eastmoor's Impact - July 9, 2012


28:27 minutes (26.04 MB)

A Bird's Eye View of Birding - July 16, 2012


24:20 minutes (22.28 MB)

All Around Arlington - July 23, 2012


26:21 minutes (24.12 MB)

The End and Beginning - July 30, 2012


24:54 minutes (22.8 MB)

The Times are Changing - August 6, 2012


27:42 minutes (25.37 MB)

Overcoming It All - August 13, 2012


28:31 minutes (26.11 MB)

The story of how one student overcame challenges associated with dislexia and how Youth Beat Radio reporters in Youngstown, OH plan to overcome the odds.

Overcoming It All - August 20, 2012


28:31 minutes (26.11 MB)

Adjusting to College: Tips for a Successful Transition - August 27, 2012


27:32 minutes (25.21 MB)

How do you adjust to college life? Learn about living in the residence halls, getting involved, and other tips for a successful transition to college.

All in the Family - September 10, 2012


24:53 minutes (22.78 MB)

Natural Play - September 17, 2012


24:21 minutes (22.3 MB)

Mind and Body - September 24, 2012


25:11 minutes (23.06 MB)

Sometimes our minds and body take an unexpected turn. We might miss someone we never thought we would, we might make poor choices, and we might, despite what we ever thought, lose control of our movements altogether. Today, Upper Arlington students discuss family, the future, alcohol, and drugs. Bridgette Kreuz talks to Pam Starky about her job as an occupational therapist and the reward of giving independence back to patients. Also, Ohio State student Harrison Sydnor talks about the ramifications of poaching ginseng.

Youth Beat Radio - The Times Are Changing


27:42 minutes (25.37 MB)

The Independence Show - October 8, 2012


25:32 minutes (35.06 MB)

This edition of Youth Beat Radio features many art-related pieces with independent spirits. First, Mad Mike reviews local independent movie theaters. Harrison Sydnor follows with an EcoBeat interview with the independent movie theater The Gateway Film Center. Then Youth Beat contributor Brenden Martin, East High School, shares two of his poems, and Yi-Ann Lii, Ohio State University, shares a creative essay about adjusting to life in Ohio. Anwar Nur, a contributor from Temple University, reviews independent musical artist Aloe Black's album "Good Things." Finally, Youth Beat reporter Bridgette Kreuz sits down with a dance student from Ohio State to learn more about her major.

Political Fire and Halloween Attire - October 22, 2012


26:57 minutes (24.67 MB)

This week Kat covers some of the election's biggest issues. Whether it is voter registration, student loans, or other topics of debate, Kat fuels the political fire with her objectivity. Aside from the election, Halloween festivities weigh heavy on the mind. What should we wear? Our style expert Jen Aneshansley sets out to find the latest trends in the world of Halloween. What would our show be without a healthy balance? Iliana Nomaki Corfias is here with her quirky personality to compliment the two.

Put Down that Remote and Go Vote! November 5, 2012


25:24 minutes (23.25 MB)

Honoring Our Veterans - November 12, 2012


26:50 minutes (24.58 MB)

Host Iliana presents a show in honor of our veterans. Learn some facts about Veterans Day and listen to some special music. Thank you to all the veterans for your service to our country!

Christmas Bliss - December 3, 2012


28:05 minutes (25.72 MB)

Iliana Nomaki Corfias hosts a fun-filled Holiday show! Per the usual, our fashion diva Jenn Aneshansley brings you delicious recipes, your latest holiday trends, and more. Listen also, as Kat gives you the scoop on all the fun holiday events in and around Columbus.

Christmas Countdown - December 7, 2012


28:52 minutes (26.43 MB)

Host Iliana gets us ready for the Christmas season! Listen for holiday tunes, cupcake recipes by Jenn, and stress relieving tips.

Natural Play - January 14, 2013


24:21 minutes (22.3 MB)

Reporter Samantha Weidner discusses Nature Deficit Disorder and reporter Nicole Jackson talks to Three Creeks Metro Park naturalist Jill Snyder about taking advantage of Central Ohio's metro parks and natural play areas.

Funkalicious - January 21, 2013


28:59 minutes (26.54 MB)

We are all aware of the everyday stresses that life loves to throw our way. Most of us our juggling school, jobs and/or internships. As if that is not enough, let’s throw in family drama, personal drama and some snow and biting winds while we’re at it. It is not always easy to stay positive, but there is one common go to when it comes to getting out of that funk….MUSIC! Host, Iliana Nomaki Corfias takes Youth Beat to the listeners of Columbus, asking them of their feel good song. The song that turns their funk into something better…FUNKALICIOUS!

Anniversary Show - February 4, 2013


29:39 minutes (27.14 MB)

Where were you in 2009? Tonight's show celebrates Youth Beat's 4th anniversary. Hear some segments from the first six months of the show. Youth Beat archives include almost 100 shows. Check them out!

Winter Tips and Toasty Tricks - February 11, 2013


28:03 minutes (25.68 MB)

With high winter winds, temperatures reaching as low as 7 degrees and biting snowfall, winter is one season that is tough to conquer. Host Iliana will show you both perspectives of winter, from an unhappy Texan to a joyful werewolf. Join us for some winter jams, snow-time trivia, and an overall good time.

Mental health! February 25, 2013


22:12 minutes (20.33 MB)

Spring Fever - March 4, 2013


25:22 minutes (23.23 MB)

The countdown has finally reached an end! After months of confusing weather, runny noses, piles of homework and stress… we can inhale. The only sickness that will be in the air these next few weeks is a SPRING FEVER! Host Iliana Nomaki Corfias takes Youth Beat to the Columbus Community to see what sort of fun trips our listeners have in store. Tune in!

A Bird's Eye View of Birding - March 25, 2013


24:20 minutes (22.28 MB)

Youth Beat reporter Nicole Jackson talks to Alex Hughes and Alex Champagne, president and former president of the Ohio State Ornithology Club, about the social and mental benefits of birding. They discuss the activities the club participates in and the ways in which anyone can begin birding in their leisure time.

The Unknown Perspective - April 15, 2013


23:49 minutes (21.81 MB)

Tonight Host Iliana Nomaki Corfias tells her listeners of The Unknown Perspective. We will hear from Upper Arlington students and our own Nicole Jackson on spring break ponders and the life within the season. Stay tuned till the end for a special guest appearance of Firefighter John Keyt as he sneaks us a peak of a day in his life.

The Moments That Count - April 29, 2013


23:13 minutes (21.27 MB)

Students from Upper Arlington share moments that have affected the way they look at the world around them, whether that meant learning to live in the moment, to face life's brick walls with courage, or to look on the bright side of life. The students find these lessons in odd places: pi, a broken jaw, a fish, and Batman, to name a few.

The Moments That Count - May 6, 2013


23:13 minutes (21.27 MB)

The Unknown Perspective - May 27, 2013


23:49 minutes (21.81 MB)

Tonight Host Iliana Nomaki Corfias tells her listeners of The Unknown Perspective. We will hear from Upper Arlington students and our own Nicole Jackson on spring break ponders and the life within the season. Stay tuned till the end for a special guest appearance of Firefighter John Keyt as he sneaks us a peak of a day in his life.

The Unknown Perspective - June 10, 2013


23:49 minutes (21.81 MB)

Grow Up! Views on Growing a Group, Growing a Garden, and Growing Up in America - June 24, 2013


29:21 minutes (40.31 MB)

Chandler Wilson, a student in the Columbus Medical Association Foundation's Youth Advisory Council (YAC), talks about why using social media and other digital tools are important and helpful for philanthropy groups seeking advocates and donors. Then, host Anna Siriano sits down with April Calkovsky, the leader of the NECKO community garden, which was built for a community of people with disabilities, as well as their neighbors. Later, she also talks to Britany Hoeffer, leader of the Summit community garden, and two boys who have been helping at the garden for a couple of years. In the final segment, Youth Beat reporter Bridgette Kreuz talks to Brenda, an OSU student, to find out what kind of difficulties she and her family have faced as Mexican-Americans.

Eastmoor's Impact - July 8, 2013


28:27 minutes (26.04 MB)

Students from the Impact Team, a volunteer group at Eastmoor Academy, share stories and lessons learned from five of the more than 50 community service activities they did last year. These include CAMP EA, a poverty simulation, Neighborhood Best Conference, work with Faith Mission, and a Habitat for Humanity Project. Giving back fills the 350 student participants with happiness and pride, which then fills the school with active, engaged students.

Adjusting to College: Tips for a Successful Transition - August 19, 2013


27:32 minutes (25.21 MB)

How do you adjust to college life? Learn about living in the residence halls, getting involved, and other tips for a successful transition to college.

Mind and Body - August 26, 2013


25:11 minutes (23.06 MB)

Sometimes our minds and body take an unexpected turn. We might miss someone we never thought we would, we might make poor choices, and we might, despite what we ever thought, lose control of our movements altogether. Today, Upper Arlington students discuss family, the future, alcohol, and drugs. Bridgette Kreuz talks to Pam Starky about her job an as occupational therapist and the reward of giving independence back to patients. Also, Ohio State University student Harrison Sydnor talks about the ramifications of poaching ginseng.

There to Learn and Share - September 2, 2013


26:09 minutes (23.95 MB)

In this episode Hannah Berkeley Cohen, former Columbus resident and University of Pittsburgh graduate, shares the difficulties she faced acclimating herself to aspects of Bangladeshi culture. She talks about the relationships she created and the things she saw, including a garment factory, a Bangladeshi wedding, and life in the slums, during her 4-month long trip. She also talks about the work she did with Grameen Bank, as well as Amader Gram.

The Independence Show - September 9, 2013


25:32 minutes (35.06 MB)

This edition of Youth Beat Radio features many art-related pieces with independent spirits. First, Mad Mike reviews local independent movie theaters. Harrison Sydnor follows with an EcoBeat interview with the independent movie theater The Gateway Film Center. Then Youth Beat contributor Brenden Martin, East High School, shares two of his poems, and Yi-Ann Lii, Ohio State University, shares a creative essay about adjusting to life in Ohio. Anwar Nur, a contributor from Temple University, reviews independent musical artist Aloe Black's album "Good Things." Finally, Youth Beat reporter Bridgette Kreuz sits down with a dance student from Ohio State to learn more about her major.

Better Days - September 30, 2013


29:51 minutes (27.34 MB)

Upper Arlington students remind us of the monumental effect a compliment, smile, laughter, and a bit of understanding can have on someone's day. Then, we hear from Justin Boggs, local block watch leader and former member of the Greater Hilltop Area Commission, who has played an instrumental role in helping his neighborhood become safer, healthier, and more united. He shares tips about how to build a better community and explains why it's so important for him to do so.

The Moments that Count - October 7, 2013


23:13 minutes (21.27 MB)

Students from Upper Arlington share moments that have affected the way they look at the world around them, whether that meant learning to live in the moment, to face life's brick walls with courage, or to look on the bright side of life. The students find these lessons in odd places: pi, a broken jaw, a fish, and Batman, to name a few.

Freedom School - October 21, 2013


22:21 minutes (20.46 MB)

Students from a local Freedom School, who recently completed the six week program, share the experiences they have had over the summer. The show moves through a series of chants, poems, and interviews recorded by the Freedom School students to explain the activities and methods used to improve reading skills among the scholars.

Honoring Our Veterans - November 11, 2013


26:50 minutes (24.58 MB)

Host Iliana presents a show in honor of our veterans. Learn some facts about Veterans Day and listen to some special music. Thank you to all the veterans for your service to our country!

Christmas Bliss - December 9, 2013


28:05 minutes (25.72 MB)

Iliana Nomaki Corfias hosts a fun-filled Holiday show! Our fashion diva Jenn Aneshansley brings you delicious recipes, your latest holiday trends, and more. Listen also, as Kat gives you the scoop on all the fun holiday events in and around Columbus.

Winter Tips and Toasty Tricks - January 6, 2014


28:03 minutes (25.68 MB)

With high winter winds, temperatures reaching below zero and biting snowfall, winter is one season that is tough to conquer. Host Iliana will show you both perspectives of winter, from an unhappy Texan to a joyful werewolf. Join us for some winter jams, snow-time trivia, and an overall good time.

Funkalicious - January 13, 2014


28:59 minutes (26.54 MB)

We are all aware of the everyday stresses that life loves to throw our way. Most of us our juggling school, jobs and/or internships. As if that is not enough, let’s throw in family drama, personal drama and some snow and biting winds while we’re at it. It is not always easy to stay positive, but there is one common go to when it comes to getting out of that funk….MUSIC! Host, Iliana Nomaki Corfias takes Youth Beat to the listeners of Columbus, asking them of their feel good song. The song that turns their funk into something better…FUNKALICIOUS!

Winter Tips & Toasty Tricks - February 10, 2014


28:03 minutes (25.68 MB)

With high winter winds, temperatures reaching below zero and biting snowfall, winter is one season that is tough to conquer. Host Iliana will show you both perspectives of winter, from an unhappy Texan to a joyful werewolf. Join us for some winter jams, snow-time trivia, and an overall good time.

Spring Fever - March 10, 2014


25:22 minutes (23.23 MB)

The countdown has finally reached an end! After months of confusing weather, runny noses, piles of homework and stress… we can inhale. The only sickness that will be in the air these next few weeks is a SPRING FEVER! Host Iliana Nomaki Corfias takes Youth Beat to the Columbus Community to see what sort of fun trips our listeners have in store. Tune in!

Spring Fever! March 17, 2014


25:22 minutes (23.23 MB)

Better Days - March 24, 2014


29:51 minutes (27.34 MB)

Upper Arlington students remind us of the monumental effect a compliment, smile, laughter, and a bit of understanding can have on someone's day. Then, we hear from Justin Boggs, local block watch leader and former member of the Greater Hilltop Area Commission, who has played an instrumental role in helping his neighborhood become safer, healthier, and more united. He shares tips about how to build a better community and explains why it's so important for him to do so.

Eastmoor's Impact - April 7, 2014


28:27 minutes (26.04 MB)

Students from the Impact Team, a volunteer group at Eastmoor Academy, share stories and lessons learned from five of the more than 50 community service activities they did last year. These include CAMP EA, a poverty simulation, Neighborhood Best Conference, work with Faith Mission, and a Habitat for Humanity Project. Giving back fills the 350 student participants with happiness and pride, which then fills the school with active, engaged students.

A Bird's Eye View of Birding - April 14, 2014


24:20 minutes (22.28 MB)

Youth Beat reporter Nicole Jackson talks to Alex Hughes and Alex Champagne, former presidents of the Ohio State Ornithology Club, about the social and mental benefits of birding. They discuss the activities the club participates in and the ways in which anyone can begin birding in their leisure time

The Unknown Perspective - May 5, 2014


23:49 minutes (21.81 MB)

Join Youth Beat Radio this Monday night at 7:30 p.m. on WCRS 98.3/102.1 FM. As host Iliana Nomaki Corfias tells her listeners of The Unknown Perspective. We will hear from Upper Arlington students and our own Nicole Jackson on spring break ponders and the life within the season. Stay tuned till the end for a special guest appearance of Firefighter John Keyt as he sneaks us a peak of a day in his life.

Natural Play - May 12, 2014


24:21 minutes (22.3 MB)

Reporter Samantha Weidner discusses Nature Deficit Disorder and reporter Nicole Jackson talks to Three Creeks Metro Park naturalist Jill Snyder about taking advantage of Central Ohio's metro parks and natural play areas.

Better Days - May 26, 2014


29:51 minutes (27.34 MB)

Upper Arlington students remind us of the monumental effect a compliment, smile, laughter, and a bit of understanding can have on someone's day. Then, we hear from Justin Boggs, local block watch leader and former member of the Greater Hilltop Area Commission, who has played an instrumental role in helping his neighborhood become safer, healthier, and more united. He shares tips about how to build a better community and explains why it's so important for him to do so.

The End and Beginning - June 2, 2014


24:54 minutes (22.8 MB)

The school year has ended and a fun summer awaits. Maybe you want to use your summer to release your creative spirit, in which case Tomiqua Perry has just the show for you to perform in. Maybe camp is more your style - whether it's the rough wilderness camp Andrew Sarno discusses or a character building camp like the one the students of Worthington attend. Whatever you do this summer, make sure you do it with passion because, as Josh Jackson points out, passion is the key to success.

There to Learn and Share - June 9, 2014


26:09 minutes (23.95 MB)

In this episode Hannah Berkeley Cohen, a graduate from the University of Pittsburgh, shares the difficulties she faced acclimating herself to aspects of Bangladeshi culture. She talks about the relationships she created and the things she saw, including a garment factory, a Bangladeshi wedding, and life in the slums, during her 4-month long trip. She also talks about the work she did with Grameen Bank, as well as Amader Gram.

The End and Beginning - June 23, 2014


24:54 minutes (22.8 MB)

The school year has ended and a fun summer awaits. Maybe you want to use your summer to release your creative spirit, in which case Tomiqua Perry has just the show for you to perform in. Maybe camp is more your style - whether it's the rough wilderness camp Andrew Sarno discusses or a character building camp like the one the students of Worthington attend. Whatever you do this summer, make sure you do it with passion because, as Josh Jackson points out, passion is the key to success.

Grow Up! Views on Growing a Group, Growing a Garden, and Growing Up in America - June 30, 2014


21:06 minutes (28.99 MB)

The Moments That Count - July 7, 2014


23:13 minutes (21.27 MB)

Students from Upper Arlington High School share moments that have affected the way they look at the world around them, whether that meant learning to live in the moment, to face life's brick walls with courage, or to look at the bright side of life. The students find these lessons in odd places: pi, a broken jaw, a fish, and Batman, to name a few.

Freedom School - July 21, 2014


22:21 minutes (20.46 MB)

Students from a local Freedom School, who recently completed the six week program, share the experiences they have had over the summer. The show moves through a series of chants, poems, and interviews recorded by the Freedom School students to explain the activities and methods used to improve reading skills among the scholars.

Eastmoor's Impact - July 28, 2014


28:27 minutes (26.04 MB)

Students from the Impact Team, a volunteer group at Eastmoor Academy, share stories and lessons learned from five of the more than 50 community service activities they did last year. These include CAMP EA, a poverty simulation, Neighborhood Best Conference, work with Faith Mission, and a Habitat for Humanity Project. Giving back fills the 350 student participants with happiness and pride, which then fills the school with active, engaged students.

Adjusting to College: Tips for a Successful Transition - August 25, 2014


27:32 minutes (25.21 MB)

How do you adjust to college life? Learn about living in the residence halls, getting involved, and other tips for a successful transition to college.

Adjusting to College: Tips for a Successful Transition - September 1, 2014


27:32 minutes (25.21 MB)

Better Days - September 22, 2014


29:51 minutes (27.34 MB)

Upper Arlington students remind us of the monumental effect a compliment, smile, laughter, and a bit of understanding can have on someone's day. Then, we hear from Justin Boggs, local block watch leader and former member of the Greater Hilltop Area Commission, who has played an instrumental role in helping his neighborhood become safer, healthier, and more united. He shares tips about how to build a better community and explains why it's so important for him to do so.

The Moments That Count - September 29, 2014


23:13 minutes (21.27 MB)

Students from Upper Arlington High School share moments that have affected the way they look at the world around them, whether that meant learning to live in the moment, to face life's brick walls with courage, or to look at the bright side of life. The students find these lessons in odd places: pi, a broken jaw, a fish, and Batman, to name a few.

There to Learn and Share - October 13, 2014


26:09 minutes (23.95 MB)

In this episode Hannah Berkeley Cohen, a graduate from the University of Pittsburgh, shares the difficulties she faced acclimating herself to aspects of Bangladeshi culture. She talks about the relationships she created and the things she saw, including a garment factory, a Bangladeshi wedding, and life in the slums, during her 4-month long trip. She also talks about the work she did with Grameen Bank, as well as Amader Gram.

Honoring Our Veterans - November 10, 2014


26:50 minutes (24.58 MB)

Host Iliana presents a show in honor of our veterans. Learn some facts about Veterans Day and listen to some special music. Thank you to all the veterans for your service to our country!

Christmas Bliss - December 8, 2014


28:05 minutes (25.72 MB)

Host Iliana Nomaki Corfias hosts a fun-filled Holiday show! We cover holiday recipes, holiday tunes, and your latest holiday trends. Discover fun holiday events in and around Columbus.

Winter Tips and Toasty Tricks - January 5, 2015


28:03 minutes (25.68 MB)

With high winter winds, temperatures reaching below zero and biting snowfall, winter is one season that is tough to conquer. Host Iliana will show you both perspectives of winter, from an unhappy Texan to a joyful werewolf. Join us for some winter jams, snow-time trivia, and an overall good time.

Funkalicious - January 12, 2015


28:59 minutes (26.54 MB)

We are all aware of the everyday stresses that life loves to throw our way. Most of us our juggling school, jobs and/or internships. As if that is not enough, let’s throw in family drama, personal drama and some snow and biting winds while we’re at it. It is not always easy to stay positive, but there is one common go to when it comes to getting out of that funk….MUSIC! Host, Iliana Nomaki Corfias takes Youth Beat to the listeners of Columbus, asking them of their feel good song. The song that turns their funk into something better…FUNKALICIOUS!

The End and Beginning - June 1, 2015


24:54 minutes (22.8 MB)

The school year has ended and a fun summer awaits. Maybe you want to use your summer to release your creative spirit, in which case Tomiqua Perry has just the show for you to perform in. Maybe camp is more your style - whether it's the rough wilderness camp Andrew Sarno discusses or a character building camp like the one the students of Worthington attend. Whatever you do this summer, make sure you do it with passion because, as Josh Jackson points out, passion is the key to success.

Eastmoor's Impact - July 13, 2015


28:27 minutes (26.04 MB)

Students from the Impact Team, a volunteer group at Eastmoor Academy, share stories and lessons learned from five of the more than 50 community service activities they did last year. These include CAMP EA, a poverty simulation, Neighborhood Best Conference, work with Faith Mission, and a Habitat for Humanity Project. Giving back fills the 350 student participants with happiness and pride, which then fills the school with active, engaged students.

Adjusting to College - August 17, 2015


27:32 minutes (25.21 MB)

How do you adjust to college life? Learn about living in the residence halls, getting involved, and other tips for a successful transition to college.

Adjusting to College: Tips for a Successful Transition - August 25, 2015


27:32 minutes (25.21 MB)

Honoring Our Veterans - November 9, 2015


26:50 minutes (24.58 MB)

Host Iliana presents a show in honor of our veterans. Learn some facts about Veterans Day and listen to some special music. Thank you to all the veterans for your service to our country!

The Most Wonderful Time - December 28, 2015


25:48 minutes (23.63 MB)

In this episode we hear from Upper Arlington students about their holiday traditions and opinions on school, and they share perspectives on eating disorders, Cleveland sports, and new-found responsibility.

Funkalicious - February 8, 2016


28:59 minutes (26.54 MB)

We are all aware of the everyday stresses that life loves to throw our way. Most of us our juggling school, jobs and/or internships. As if that is not enough, let’s throw in family drama, personal drama and some snow and biting winds while we’re at it. It is not always easy to stay positive, but there is one common go to when it comes to getting out of that funk….MUSIC! Host, Iliana Nomaki Corfias takes Youth Beat to the listeners of Columbus, asking them of their feel good song. The song that turns their funk into something better…FUNKALICIOUS!

Honoring Our Veterans - November 7, 2016


26:50 minutes (24.58 MB)

Host Iliana presents a show in honor of our veterans. Learn some facts about Veterans Day and listen to some special music. Thank you to all the veterans for your service to our country!

Adjusting to College: Tips for a Successful Transition - August 21, 2017


27:32 minutes (25.21 MB)

How do you adjust to college life? Learn about living in the residence halls, getting involved, and other tips for a successful transition to college

Eastmoor's Impact - October 2, 2017


28:27 minutes (26.04 MB)

Students from the Impact Team, a volunteer group at Eastmoor Academy, share stories and lessons learned from five of the more than 50 community service activities they did last year. These include CAMP EA, a poverty simulation, Neighborhood Best Conference, work with Faith Mission, and a Habitat for Humanity Project. Giving back fills the 350 student participants with happiness and pride, which then fills the school with active, engaged students.