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The Poetry for Life call-in show aired on Monday, July 19th at 7 pm. Gary Glazner, founder of the Alzheimer’s Poetry Project (APP) and the past poet laureate of Madison, Fabu Carter […]
On the Access Hour, Erika Fleury, Program Director of the North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance, and Amy Kerwin, Founder of Primates Incorporated, answer the most commonly-asked questions about sanctuaries and the need to […]
Helena White, cohost of On The Horizon, interviewed November Criminals, a band from Milwaukee who blend hip hop and polka music. White asked them about their traditional polka and alternative […]
The August Derleth Society And The Wisconsin Idea Theatre Present: Return to Walden West by August Derleth For all the years of his life, Sac Prairie, Wisconsin was August Derleth’s Walden; he […]
pacificanetwork · Coulee Creek Celebrates Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard In the summer of 2020, a group of musicians met in an open-air pavilion in a small town along […]
Collegeland is a podcast sharing the untold stories from campuses around the United States, co-hosted by professors Nan Enstad and Lisa Levenstein. Tonight, the Access Hour will be featuring episode […]