This is What Sustainability Looks Like! Kermit Hovey conducts interviews focusing on the March 2014 United States Sustainability Summit happening this next week – March 26th through March 28th. How can we live now so we and future generations can live tomorrow? We hear ideas from organizers, participants and activists associated with the annual Sustainability Summit, including voices […]
Madison poet Jeri McCormick reads on St. Patrick’s Day, commemorating the historical famine era in Ireland. Her book, Marrowbone of Memory draws on stories passed down from survivors and collected in Irish archives.
Welcome back to non-pledge-drive time. Tonight – a solidarity sing along special. Evoking the warm feelings and hopefulness of the Capitol Experience……the third anniversary of the sing along! Lots of great music to be shared that night and conversations about moral Monday coming to Madison.
In the midst of our wishing for spring, Midwest Stormtrackers Steve and Dale (and more) return to discuss the upcoming tornado season and to promote weather safety and upcoming severe storm spotting classes this year. Their website is http://www.midwestsstrc.org/. They also hope that you’ll pledge support to WORT during the Access Hour!
The Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra percussion group talks about WYSO, its percussionists, and the music it plays. Some of the kids on this program played percussion music with this year’s special WYSO guest, Steve Houghton. Recorded examples of the groups efforts are shared with all of us over the airwaves.
Mark Thomas has been a strong union steward and advocate for decades at the UW Memorial Union and AFSCME Local 171. And he’s been a part of the series of programs produced on the Access Hour over the years under the flag of “Savage Class War Radio. He retired recently and has lately signed up for […]