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This will be our final podcast episode of 2017, so we wanted to look back on some of the memorable conversations we’ve had on the podcast over the past year. We’re revisiting interviews with poets, explorations of visual art and conceptual art, discussions about access and equity in Madison’s nightlife, episodes about free speech and […]
We’re wrapping up our second full year of producing Madison’s only weekly music and culture podcast here at Tone Madison, and I’m grateful to everyone who’s listened and everyone who’s taken the time to contribute. For the final episode of 2016, I’d like to look back on some of the podcast’s finest/weirdest/funniest moments of the past […]
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon and LakeFrontRow editor David Klein discuss the conflicting roles that state and local pride play in the local arts and culture conversation. A panel at this year’s Wisconsin Film Festival prompted Klein to write that “State connections are the start of the Wisconsin film conversation, not the subject.” To put it another way: […]
Tone Madison‘s Chris Lay and Scott Gordon take a first look at the highlights of the 2016 Wisconsin Film Festival. Read more about Chris’ most anticipated WFF titles at tonemadison.com. Subscribe to the Tone Madison/WORT-FM podcast on iTunes.
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon catches up by phone with British journalist Jon Ronson, who visits Madison for a Tuesday, February 23 talk at the Wisconsin Union Theater. Subscribe to the Tone Madison/WORT-FM podcast on iTunes.