From the government shutdown in the United States and its effects on other countries to the LGBT debate concerning the Olympics in Russia, on Thursday October 3rd our host Yuri Rashkin talked with Konstantin Von Eggert, an analyst and writer on Russian and international affairs, about all things Russia.
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Tonight’s show is produced by Kaitlin Stack Whitney and engineered by Dennis Shaffer. Our guest is Dr. Matthew Hersch, a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania. He’s a historian of science and technology; learn more about his research here: http://hss.sas.upenn.edu/people/mhersch He recently wrote a book published in 2012 called Inventing the American Astronaut. Learn more […]
Madison’s 5th “Madison Nonprofit Day” is coming! The big day this year is October 29th — the aim of the day is to highlight the great work that nonprofits do in our community, to nourish nonprofits, to offer a free educational conference (for 500+ area nonprofit workers, at Monona Terrace in Madison), and to host […]
Millions logged onto healthcare.gov on Tuesday and attempted to sign up for health insurance. But those seeking health care face more than an overwhelmed website.
With the government shutdown, it’s likely that we will not have access to NASA’s website today. However on Wednesday October 2nd, our host Tim Hansel was joined by James Lattis, who is the director of the UW Space Place, to tell us about Comet ISON and other various astronomy topics.
Two years ago, Mark Mallman performed one song that lasted 78 hours. Last year he produced a song that lasted seven days. He even created music while he was asleep, using brain waves to create electronic song. What’s he got up his sleeve this year? On September 30, 2013, Mark joined Brian Standing by phone […]