Monday, July 27- A rebroadcast of our interview with Justin Martin, author of 'Genius of Place: The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted." Olmsted was responsible for designing some of the most beautiful parks in America, including the extensive parks that dominate the Milwaukee lakefront.
Tuesday, July 28 - We preview this weekend's Pike River Rendezvous with Dan Joyce and Nancy Matthews from the Kenosha Public Museum. Also, author Scott Sampson explains "How to Raise a Wild Child," - meaning how to raise your children to love and appreciate the world of nature.
Wednesday, July 29 - We rebroadcast our interview with Hank Greenspan, talking about the interviews he has done over the years with Holocaust survivors.
Thursday, July 30 - We look back 20 years to the Heat Wave of 1995 which struck most of the Midwest - and which hit Chicago especially hard. (Approximately 700 people are believed to have died because of it.) Our interview is with sociologist Eric Klinnenberg, author of "Heat Wave: Autopsy of a Chicago Disaster."
Friday, July 31 - Roger Abrams, author of "Playing Tough," which examines the interaction between sports and politics.