Jenny Junker

Production Assistant

Jenny Junker came to WCAI in 2007. She creates art and photos for WCAI's website, including the slideshows about life at the radio station. She is production assistant for "The Point," and she co-curates the station's Facebook pages.

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Much about eels is not well understood by scientists. When artist and naturalist James Prosek came to talk on Living Lab Radio back in June, he shared some thoughts about these mysterious creatures. Here's a one minute movie combining audio clips from Prosek's interview, his artwork, and a local eel.

More short movies inspired by Living Lab Radio programs are coming soon.

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While aboard the Charles W. Morgan, Heather Goldstone caught a whiff of olden times: the odor of whale that is STILL  detectable in an original oak barrel. The barrel is part of the whale ship's try works, where blubber was rendered into oil. Here's a clip of her conversation with Dave Wiley, Research Coordinator for Stellwagen National Marine Sanctuary, about the scent.

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Alvin the submarine, now 50 years old, underwent a thorough overhaul and upgrade last May: the iconic sub was redesigned and rebuilt, piece by piece, by a one-of-a-kind team of engineers, technicians, and pilots at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. WCAI's Jenny Junker and Samantha Broun of Atlantic Public Media paid a visit to the Hi Bay to see the work happening.


Feb 17, 2014
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According to some of the faculty at Rhode Island School of Design, art and design are poised to transform our economy in the 21st century like science and technology did in the last century. "We need to add Art + Design to turn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) into STEAM" is the message. image gallery

Comet ISON, coming from the far edge of the solar system, is making its' closest approach to the Sun on Thanksgiving day. Astronomy lover Dennis Schmidt explains why this comet is particularly interesting to scientists, and shares some tips on seeing it.

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If you go outside to look at the sky at night (maybe Living Lab's program on Astronomy inspired you), what can you expect you find? Jenny Junker asked Dennis Schmidt for some basic pointers. Dennis is a "naked eye" astronomer who enjoys observing the heavens from the Buzzards Bay vantage point on our whirling sphere.

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A visit to the Marine Resources "tank room" and some of the animals who live there, with an expert guide: Dr. Paloma Gonzalez Bellido, who is studying cephalopod visual systems and camouflage.


Trying to keep track of Who's Who when it comes to New England's Fisheries can be very confusing. In an attempt to clear up some of the confusion, here is your 4-minute Video Guide to the Players. It's a high-speed, information-packed chalkboard illustration - check it out.

Explore all of our fisheries coverage, including original reporting and our Online Survey.


Flooded roads, overladen trees, icy winds, snowbound streets...  We've put together a slideshow of pictures from the blizzard. Take a moment to view it our Facebook page.

Hang out with the hosts, talk-show guests, and staff of WCAI. There's always something new going on, as we make radio for the Cape, Islands, and South Coast. >>>Click here to play slideshow<<<

Work continues on our historic studio home in Woods Hole. Check out the progress! >>> Click Here to Play Slideshow <<<