This episode originally aired on August 6, 2020. Historian Susan Reverby’s latest book offers a complex portrait of Alan Berkman, a doctor who was radicalized in the 1960s and joined […]
As we approach the 40th anniversary screening of the Academy Award–nominated documentary film The War at Home, Allen spends the hour with director Glenn Silber and Vietnam War veteran Doug […]
On today’s episode, Allen sits down with cartoonist Nick Thorkelson and editor Paul Buhle to talk about their new volume on radical philosopher Herbert Marcuse, whose ideas inspired the New […]
For today’s episode, Allen chats with author and historian Stu Levitan about his new book Madison in the Sixties. They discuss how the political climate and resistance movements of the ’60s […]
Local historian Stu Levitan takes us back to the second week in April, 1960.
(WORT) — The 1960s were a tumultuous time and Madison was not excluded from the action. Local historian Stu Levitan now tells us how the era of sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll made the Mad City.