‘Frog and Toad’ debut on TV, Hollywood writers call a strike

Based on the award-winning children’s books, “Frog and Toad” debuted on Apple TV+ in April. Credit: YouTube.

Arnold Lobel published his first book about the amphibian friends in 1970, and now his characters have a TV animated series. KCRW talks to Lobel’s kids, who work on the show.

More than 11,000 film and TV writers hit the picket lines today. Their contract expired at midnight. WGA and AMPTP did not agree on new terms.

In the 1950s-1960s, city officials in Palm Springs pushed out some 2,000 Black and Latino residents from their homes in an area called Section 14. Those families want reparations.

Climate change could lead to hundreds more home runs in professional baseball, estimates a new study from Dartmouth. What will this mean for fans?