On Tuesday December 4th, host Cynthia Lin interviewed Professor Stephanie Luce about the recent tragic factory fire in Bangladesh. Luce is Associate Professor of Labor Studies at the Murphy Institute at the City University of New York. She said today: “The fire is a tragedy, but unfortunately not a surprise. Bangladesh has received a lot […]
On Tuesday December 4, our host Aaron Perry speaks with Karla Spencer-George, who is hosting an event for Black History Month – the first annual Midwest Black History Expo in St. Paul, Minnesota. Karla, from Detroit, Michigan, graduated from Winston University of Minnesota with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, with an emphasis on computer […]
On Tuesday December 4, host Aaron Perry speaks with Donald Gross, author of The China Fallacy: How the U.S. Can Benefit from China’s Rise and Avoid Another Cold War. Donald Gross has a background in government and politics: In 1992, he joined the White House Staff of the National Security Council during the Clinton Administration, […]
David Bicknase, pianist and composer, will inspire and sooth you with Harmonies of the Spheres. The songs in this program, instrumentals on both electric and acoustic keyboards, are taken from over 25 albums of original writing; and are in styles from Ballads and Swing to Meditational and Space Music.
On Monday December 3rd, host John Quinlan spoke with a panel of guests on the future of local radio talk and news in Madison. Midwest Family Broadcasting chose to lay off their news and talk staff at the radio station WTDY in Madison late in the day before Thanksgiving. The panel John brought together discussed efforts […]
On Monday December 3, our host Linda Jameson spoke with student activist Emmy Burns about climate change. Emmy Burns is a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, studying environmental studies and geography. They spoke about the steps the Madison community can take to combat or respond to climate change. 350 Madison, a local action group […]