For today’s episode, WORT news director Molly Stentz takes a close look at Edgewood High School’s proposed Goodman Athletic Complex project. She is joined in the studio by Josh Napravnik from the Dudgeon-Monroe Neighborhood Association, which recently issued a letter declaring their opposition to the project. The hour is chock-full of callers from the Dudgeon-Monroe […]
For today’s episode, Carousel takes a deep dive into the ins-and-outs of the legislature with guests Ron Sklansky, former senior staff attorney at the Wisconsin Legislative Council, and state senator Mark Miller. They discuss the balance of power in the legislature, the role of administrative agencies, the legislative priorities of the upcoming session, and what […]
For today’s episode, we take a look at the impacts of climate change on marine life—and the human lives that depend on the ocean. Our guest is journalist Maurice Tamman, feature contributor to the Reuters series Ocean Shock: The Climate Crisis Beneath the Waves.
Today’s episode is a rebroadcast from October 5, 2018. Over the course of the hour, we feature women on the front lines of water and land justice in the United States. First, we get updates from Anne White Hat, an activist and water protector who was arrested for protesting the Bayou Bridge Pipeline at the L’Eau Est La Vie […]
On today’s Thanksgiving edition, Allen hosts his annual fireside chat with Will Williams, Vietnam veteran and activist with Veterans for Peace. They discuss the origins of Thanksgiving and what it means to be grateful year-round.
Today’s episode is a rebroadcast from December 25, 2017. To celebrate food festivities and the holiday season, Monday host Patty Peltekos speaks with food writer Michael Ruhlman. He’s the author of Grocery: The Buying and Selling of Food in America, which explores the miraculous nature of the modern grocery store.