Sub host Norm Stockwell talks with Greg Palast on his new film on the theft of the 2016 election: “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: A Tale of Billionaires and Ballot Bandits.” The film debuts in Madison at The Barrymore Theatre on Thursday, September 15th. Greg Palast is an investigative reporter and author of the […]
Britain’s Chilcot report lays out in detail the incompetence and outright lies used to sell the Iraq war. Tony Castaneda’s guests, Jennifer Loewenstein of Penn State and Norm Stockwell of The Progressive, discuss what was known during the war buildup versus the version peddled by Tony Blair, George Bush and other war supporters.
Institutions are only as good as their people, and they stay alive through the hard work and institutional memory of those people. WORT thrives on the institutional memory and the labor of Norm Stockwell, and has since 1983. At the end of this month, he will be leaving WORT to take his new position as […]
Muhammad Ali (born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. on January 17, 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky), passed away Friday evening, June 3, 2016, after a short hospitalization for a respiratory illness. He had suffered from Parkinson’s disease for many years. As the world mourns “The Greatest of All Time”, staff and volunteers at community radio WORT-FM recall […]
Today Karma Chavez talks with WORT’s very own Norman Stockwell to discuss “Rebel Reporting,” his new book on the collected lectures of the legendary rebel reporter, John Ross. The book outlines the basic responsibilities of a journalist, and provides instructions on how to document injustices and poetically pitch stories to audiences to create change in […]
Today guest host Norm Stockwell talks with Nicolas Lampert, to discuss his new book “A People’s Art History of the United States.” The book spans the conquest of the Americas, the American Revolution, slavery and abolition, feminism, the civil rights movements, anti-nuclear movements, and much more, looking at the role activist art played in social […]