Brian and Matt have been producing annual retrospective programs about Jimi Hendrix’s life and professional work for many years. As it does this year, the program always falls some time near the anniversary of Jimi’s passing. A schedule conflict puts it here in November instead. Listen for glimpses in to Jimi’s preparations for the Woodstock […]
Don Kliese has produced Access Hour programs in the past focusing on progressive topics related to life and work and politics, and on nihilistic angry metal music addressing those same things.
Elder health issues from the United Way of Dane County Community Impact team — someone familiar with elder health issues from the UWDC Community Impact team (and perhaps a rep from an agency that does the on-the-ground work?) appear on the WORT Access Hour to talk about falls, drug interactions, the Beers list, and what […]
Join veterinarians Katie Hilst and Laura Purdy of Journeys Home Pet Euthanasia for a discussion of how to evaluate your pet’s quality of life using the Journeys scale. This is a tool for pet owners to use to help them determine their pet’s comfort level and happiness when they are facing end of life concerns. Other topics that will […]
Staff from Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin visits to discuss their work as southwestern Wisconsin’s largest hunger-relief charity. They end hunger by working with local groups, such as WORT, who share their passion for helping people.
Here’s a description of the program from the host, Jake Niesen. Problem: Getting people into long-term recovery • Our voices as people in recovery aren’t being heard in the community enough So much in the treatment community is focused on degrees and certificates and it can limit the voices from people in recovery with real-life […]