On Friday July 19th, host Esty Dinur spoke with both Mark Weisbrot, the co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, and Dr. Ronn Pineo, Chair of the Department of History at Towson University about latest news on Ecuador and why Edward Snowden would consider seeking asylum in that country.
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This coming July 23rd & 24th, 8 local Madison actors put on an hour show in 8 “tasty” bits. ‘Are We Delicious’ theater group hits Madison once again.
On the Friday, July 19th 8 O’Clock Buzz Jonathan Zarov is joined by author Jay Antani, to discuss his new book “The Leaving of Things”. This book, written as a Ph.D. project by film critic Antani, reflects the cultural shift of a man who grew up in America and then moved back to India with his family.
Deborah Gilpin, the new director of the Madison Children’s Museum, joined Jonathan Zarov on the 8 O’Clock Buzz to discuss her move to Madison and her work with developing the museum here. You can also listen to her explain some of those plans in this video. In addition, she explained an upcoming program where young […]
In this episode of PNM, reporter Matthew Zmudka is “thinking about thinking” with two stories on brain imaging. In the first, he talks to Andrew Nencka, assistant professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin, on a technique called fMRI that, without dyes or radioactivity, can track areas of brain activity. Then, he visits with Angela […]
On the Thursday July 18th show, host Allen Ruff interviewed Will Williams about the Trayvon Martin killing and the Zimmerman acquittal.