Meraki Radio

Meraki  [may-rah-kee] (adjective) This is a word that modern Greeks often use to describe doing something with soul, creativity, or love — when you put "something of yourself" into what you're doing, whatever it may be.

Meraki Radio tries to live up to the definition of this interesting word. Anyone who wants to get behind the mic and talk about meraki in their own life-- whether it be professional, historical, artistic, scientific, prolific or otherwise is encouraged to contact the show at

This show is a public affairs show broken up into different segments including brief chats about nutrition, science, art, poetry and other interesting finds that provide fodder to promote inquiry and curiosity. 


Replays Tuesday 5:30-6pm, Thursday 2-2:30pm
Live Tuesday 12:30-1pm
Music programs are only online for two weeks after they are broadcast.

Alison B, Deema & Francis Cover Experience with Uniforms, the Demands of Protesters in Beirut, and America at Large

Come hang with us on Meraki Radio where we cruise through the hour talking about the psychology of wearing uniforms-- the pros and cons, as well as reading an anonymous tip from a protester in Beirut, Lebanon. This list of demands set us off on a tirade about the state of America.

Deema Tamimi on bringing people together through food

On this episode of Meraki Radio, Deema joined us for the hour and spoke about her passion for cooking and sharing food with others. She explains her passion project, an app for produce sharing in communities. Kate and Francis also chime in with their perspectives on things related and other meanderings such as the NFL and loneliness. 

Alison B and Francis host Jennie Davis and talk language & nutrient fortification

Join us for the hour where we learn about Jennie's passion for learning languages, traveling and food, which brought her to UC Davis's Nutritional Biology PhD program. She talks about nutrient fortification in developing nations, and a bit about her current ongoing work in Haiti.

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