On Tuesday we'll learn how forensic chemistry was used in the early 20th century to convict murderers.
We continue with season two of Death in Paradise on Thursday. What appears to be a tragic accident when a novice nun is discovered dead in her smoke-filled bedroom, turns out to be murder when DI Poole believes the room was locked from the inside by the murderer.
Coming up on witf'sSmart Talk a discussion on whether Pennsylvania should raise its minimum wage, on Tuesday we'll broadcast live from the Farm Show focusing on agriculture, and later in the week we'll speak with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf. Check out Smart Talk'swebpage for more information on the show and audio archives.
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Meet a panel of experts and be part of a community discussion about issues affecting the Susquehanna River watershed. The panel includes John Arway, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, Andrew Dehoff, Executive Director of the Susquehanna River Basin Commission, Don McNutt, District Administrator for the Lancaster County Conservation District, Alexandra Chiaruttini, an environmental attorney with the York law firm Stock and Leader, and Cindy Dunn, President and CEO of PennFuture. Join us Monday, January 20 from 6:30p-8:30p at witf Public Media Center in Harrisburg. Registration is required for this free event.
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