Below are samples of WORT podcasts and subscription links for iTunes (), Google Play (), and Stitcher (), as well as links to Feedburner () and an RSS feed ().
12pm Monday - Friday
Patty Peltekos, Carousel Bayrd, Lilada Gee, Allen Ruff, & Esty Dinur
A Public Affair is WORT's daily hour-long talk program. It aims to engage listeners in a conversation on social, cultural, and political issues of importance. The guests range from local activists and scholars to notable national and international figures.
8am Monday - Friday
Brian Standing, Haywood Simmons & Michelle Naff, Jan Miyasaki, Tony Castaneda, & Jonathan Zarov
The 8 O’Clock Buzz is a one-hour, upbeat morning show that brings you a mix of music, culture, information, news and interviews.
Introducing Hemp Can Do It!, a new podcast about Wisconsin’s growing hemp industry. Join Wisconsin Hemp Alliance co-founders Larry Konopacki and Kattia Jimenez as they talk to hemp growers, processors, educators, lawmakers, and consumers about Wisconsin's next big crop.
In-depth interviews highlighting Madison authors, topics, book events and publishers. Hosted by Stu Levitan, Madison Bookbeat airs every Monday afternoon from 1-2 pm
Mel & Floyd
Two wacky guys broadcast a hilarious blend of political commentary, weird news, and stand-up comedy. Mel & Floyd were voted Madison's favorite radio personalities in the Isthmus reader's poll in 2009.
Perpetual Notion Machine is a look at contemporary scientific issues and discoveries in a way that is accessible, understandable and entertaining to the non-scientists of the listening community.
Anna Williams, Jaqueline Goldstein, Zach Pace, Ben Rosenwasser
Radio Astronomy is a down-to-Earth dialogue between UW Madison astronomers exploring the latest in space and astronomy news.
Madison-focused arts and music conversations you won't hear anywhere else, from tonemadison.com.
Heather Allen and Nan Fey
The WEB is a radio show and podcast about clean tech and renewable energy in the Midwest.
Monday-Thursday, 6-7 pm
WORT News Team
The WORT News Department reports on breaking local, regional, and state stories. Listen to the local news live, Monday through Thursday, 6-7 pm.