ELEVEN BY FIFTEEN for a Safer, Healthier Wisconsin: A statewide, interfaith coalition is campaigning to reduce Wisconsin’s prison population by half by 2015. On this WORT On-air Pledge Drive program, find out why, and how! Fawn, Jerome, and Karmen will also take your phone calls about the subject if you’d like to make them.
Fitchburg Fields celebrates its fall harvest! This program covers the harvest, the Fields’ annual dinner, and the past year at the Fields. Members tell stories about how the Fitchburg Fields work has impacted the community.
The recent issue of the WORT station newsletter, the Radio Pilot, inadvertantly carried an Access Hour schedule from an earlier time. None of the dates or programs in the newsletter are correct. We apologize for the miscommunication! Please keep an eye on the the emailed Radio Highlights and listen for on-air promotions about the programs […]
Members of Broom Street Theater introduce the ten new plays of the 2013 season, describe the remainder of the 2012 season, and explore the joys and challenges of experimental theater in the current period. Call in and join the conversation!
Bricks of Truth is a talk show covering national political issues, separating truth from lies. It is hosted by Ken Rotar, author of Bricks of Truth, a book of aphoristic insights into life. Callers are encouraged to share their questions and comments!
Former campers from Madison’s own Girls and Ladies Rock Camps play some acoustic songs and talk about their experiences at camp and how their experiences have shaped them going forward. This means live music on the air again! Beth Kille and Halle Pollay, the founders, talk about the organization and their roles in it.