Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Thursdays, 8:30-9 p.m. on KUAR
  • Hosted by Phil Mariage

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow is the only program on radio today that offers perspectives on our world through the eyes of three different generations. It features provocative guests and timely topics and airs every Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. on KUAR, FM 89.1, in Little Rock.

The show is produced by Phil Mariage. In documenting the various generations, Mariage feels it's especially important to capture and compare the opinions of the older, middle and younger generations so their stories can live on well into the future.

Guests on the show have included former senator and presidential candidate Bob Dole, the late historian John Hope Franklin, George McGovern, Marian McPartland of National Public Radio's Piano Jazz, former Arkansas Supreme Court Justice John Stroud, and the late Elizabeth Warnock Fernea, an influential writer, filmmaker, and anthropologist.

Topics have included parenting, advertising, obesity, war, the Middle East, and addiction.

Regional Cultures in America Part 1

Nov 12, 2014

Colin Woodard is our guest for this very revealing discussion on the regionalization of our nation as it impacts our generations.

Regional Cultures in America Part 2

Nov 12, 2014

Colin Woodard is our guest for this very revealing discussion on the regionalization of our nation as it impacts our generations.

Witches

Oct 27, 2014

As Halloween approaches, author Katherine Howe discusses the details of the Puritan Generation's perceptions about witches from her hew book, Book of  The Penguin Witches.

Research

Oct 20, 2014

Research is not some esoteric term or function reserved for scientists. In every aspect of our lives someone somewhere has been doing research that has direct impact on our lives. How has that changed over the generations? That's the topic of this program and our special focus is on the medical research. My guests, all from UAMS have spent their careers doing medical research in several fields. You can apply their perspectives to your own area of interest and I believe you'll agree that research is a fundamental building block to the continued success of our nation and every generation.

Blindness

Sep 26, 2014

Blindness has been part of every generation's experience. In older times the blind were often disregarded, shunned and left out of societies mainstream. Times, fortunately, have changed and our younger generation is much more accustomed to accepting the blind into al aspects of daily life. This discussion brings added awareness to the blind and how their experience has changed.

The ER

Aug 26, 2014

AMPUTEES - KUAR Short Version

May 17, 2014

Amputees

May 17, 2014

WEATHER

Apr 30, 2014

DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES

Apr 21, 2014

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