On Wednesday May 29th, our host Tim Hansel interviewed Jonathan Martin, professor and chair department of the University of Wisconsin Madison’s Atmospheric and Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, about severe weather and more specifically the tornadoes that devastated Moore, Oklahoma
On Tuesday May 28th, our host Yuri Rashkin interviewed Natasha Udensiva about energy in the twenty first century, in particular about the new emerging technological advances.
On Monday’s show, our host John Quinlan interviewed some youth from Proud Theater for the first part of the show. For the rest of the show, John Quinlan talked about a special production of a new work about a gay male couple who were visible civic leaders in Mineral Point beginning in the 1930s and throughout their 40 year long partnership.
On Friday May 24th, host Esty Dinur interviewed Steven Mufson about his new book “Keystone XL: Down the Line”. Later she spoke with Mike Dorsey about the renewable energy frontier and climate change.
On Thursday May 23rd, our host Allen Ruff interviewed Sam Gindin, a public intellectual and labor activist.
On Wednesday May 22nd, host Karma Chavez interviewed Hakim Bellamy, who is the Poet Laureate of Albuquerque, NM, about his new book, Swear. They discussed issues of race, capitalism, and arts in the U.S.