Here are some other sources of broadcast or Internet audio or video about water and natural resources (links last checked 6/1/17; latest addition 3/26/18).
IN or RELATED TO VIRGINIA
BackStory with the American History Guys - Produced by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and available online at http://backstoryradio.org/, this broadcast/podcast seeks to bring historical perspective to current events. Some water-related episodes include the following:
Island Hopping, 59 minutes, 3/20/15, on the role of islands in American History, online at http://backstoryradio.org/shows/islands/.
Tapped Out: Thirsting for Fresh Water, 52 minutes, 3/27/15 (re-broadcast), exploring the history of water rights and access in the United States; it includes a segment on water use and contamination by the English colonists at Jamestown; online at http://backstoryradio.org/shows/tapped-out/?autoplay=true.
That Lawless Stream: A History of the Mississippi River, 52 minutes, 6/14/13, online at http://backstoryradio.org/shows/that-lawless-stream/.
Clean Virginia - Series of 3-to-5-minute reports in June 2015 on WMRA-FM Harrisonburg (James Madison University). Titles are "Keeping Cattle Away from Streams," "Clean The Bay Day," and "Power and Water." Available online at http://wmra.org/post/clean-virginia-wmra-series.
Fish Head Chronicles - Series of videos by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries’ Region 4 office. The videos cover a variety of aquatic life and fishery topics. Most are between about 3 and 10 minutes long. Available online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWwKl6ZCwUDtnmOCNxoAVsA.
Shenandoah River Report - With Jeff Kelble, Shenandoah RiverKeeeper, twice weekly (about 2-6 minutes) on WZRV 95.3 FM in Front Royal. Discusses river conditions, fishing conditions, events, and conservation activities and issues. Podcasts online at http://www.theriver953online.com/podcasts/shenandoah-riverkeeper.
Southern Appalachian Creature Feature - Podcasts from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Asheville Field Office; http://www.fws.gov/asheville/podcasts/rss/creature_feature.xml.
OTHER STATES OR REGIONS
Bird Note - Approximately 2-minute segments with sounds and stories about birds' behavior, physiology, habitat, and other aspects. Online at http://birdnote.org/.
Connecting the Drops - A collaboration of the Colorado Foundation for Water Education and three Colorado Public Radio stations. Online at https://www.yourwatercolorado.org/cfwe-education/connecting-the-drops. More information on the Colorado Foundation for Water Education is available at https://www.yourwatercolorado.org/.
Playa Country Radio - Weekly program about conservation of wildlife habitat in the western Great Plains; produced by the Playa Lakes Joint Venture and carried on High Plains Public Radio. Online at http://www.pljv.org/news/playa-country.
Water Rocks - An Iowa State University Web site about water issues. The site includes a link to creative videos produced on a variety of issues. Online at http://www.waterrocks.org/.
Living Green in Annapolis - Weekly one-hour show on environmental issues in the Annapolis, Md., area; sponsored by Annapolis Green, a non-profit organization; available online at http://www.annapolisgreen.com/radio/; broadcast Wed., 6-7 p.m., on WNAV 1430 AM and 99.9 FM in Annapolis.
The Environment in Focus - Weekly, approximately 4-minute segments on environmental issues in Maryland. Hosted by Tom Pelton, director of communications for the Environmental Integrity Project. Online at http://wypr.org/programs/environment-focus.
Water Spots - One-minute public service announcements; from the City of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Online at http://cfpub.epa.gov/npstbx/relatedpopup.cfm?RelatedMaterialID=53.
OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES
Earthgauge Radio - Environmental news and interviews from CKCU FM-Ottawa. Online at https://earthgauge.wordpress.com/.
World Ocean Radio - Weekly, five-minute essays on ocean science, education, issues, and projects. From World Ocean ObservatoryTM. Online at http://www.worldoceanobservatory.org/world-ocean-radio.