What’s the nature of inequality, and how does it manifest in society? What are its effects on the health of individuals? Substitute host Bert Zipperer speaks with British epidemiologist Dr. Richard Wilkinson. Dr. Wilkinson is Professor Emeritus of Social Epidemiology at the University of Nottingham, and he’s the co-author of the title The Spirit Level, […]
Professor Bob McChesney of Media Matters for America speaks with substitute host Bert Zipperer about hope in the role of media.
Today, we’re talking about Madison’s Sister Cities. Host Bert Zipperer speaks with Madison businessman, activist, and former City Council member Ricardo Gonzalez. You might know him as the owner of the much-beloved The Cardinal Bar, or from his work with the Madison-Camaguey Sister City Association. Later in the hour, we also speak with Barb Olson […]
John Nichols’ new book, Horsemen of the Trumpocalypse: A Field Guide to the Most Dangerous People in America, came out a couple of months ago. He joins Bert Zipperer and Gil Halsted in the studio to talk about a variety of political and historical issues.
Substitute hosts Bert Zipperer and Gil Halsted speak with Mary Bottari, Deputy Director of the Center for Media and Democracy, about her recent reporting, including the redistricting case Gill v. Whitford just heard by the Supreme Court and the conservative attempt to defund and defang public sector unions.
Friday guest host Bert Zipperer discusses the forthcoming changes to come in the state’s budget with Tamarine Cornelius, an analyst at the WI State Budget Project, which is a project of Kids Forward (formerly Wisconsin Council on Children and Families).