On the Monday, January 12th Access Hour, Jodi Bubenzer brings her teenaged sons to do a program on music related to their lives and interests in Dane and Green County.
Members of the Diamond Way Buddhist Center host the show on March 23 with about 5-6 people including John Christopherson, the Diamond Way teacher. They show their local center and how the Buddhist practice works in their everyday life. They talk about some basic buddhist topics, too, and cover a variety of related issues.
This group of four or five area fiction writers (and listener supporters) has met regularly for years to critique each other’s efforts, and several of members’ works have been published. Some have won awards. Each year they schedule an Access Hour to present some pieces to WORT listeners, and this year, this is that Access […]
We will examine the intersection of commerce, the arts and life through humanities-based inquiry and theatrical performance as part of the Working Lives Project, and to celebrate the 30th anniversary of TAPIT/new works Ensemble Theater. Following performances and workshops of a play about a struggling theater company, a panel of experts will explore the cultural anthropology of the performing arts in the United States, analyzing patterns of organization, economic impact and the role of the artist.
Access Hour host Steve Fitzsimmons has a discussion with Madison Chief of Police Mike Koval to help us get better acquainted with Madison’s top cop.
The Marie Christine Kohler Fellows at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery are a select group of UW-Madison PhD students representing various disparate disciplines across campus. One of the aims of the fellowship is to raise awareness of the importance of interdisciplinary thought in the university and the community at large. The fellows address the question, […]