A memorial tribute to Shirley Abrahamson, former Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, who died this past Saturday. We are airing excerpts from two different Morning Show interviews with Justice Abrahamson. (The
A preview of an upcoming virtual performance of "A Christmas Carol" directed by Alex Metalsky - a Fleeing Artists production but which will feature performers from a number of area community theaters- as well as several pe
Part One: Allen Buchanan, author of "Our Moral Fate: Evolution and the Escape from Tribalism." Part Two: Patricia Peyton, co-author of "Physical Intelligence: Harness Your Body;s Untapped Intelligence to achieve more, s
From the archives: a 1998 conversation with therapist Amy Sprague Champeau on Depression. <The interview originally scheduled for today- with Angela Zimmerman, the new director of the Racine Public Library, has been
Lucina Robb (granddaughter of Lady Bird Johnson) and Rebecca Boggs Roberts (daughter of Cokie Roberts.) They are co-authors of "The Suffragist Playbook: Your Guide to Changing the World." The book celebrates some of the
Part One: Carlo Nevicosi, Deputy Director, Walworth County Department of Health and Human Services, with a COVID update. Part Two: Hope O. Baker, author of Finding Hope: A Birth Mother's Journey into the Light.
Part One: Ted Yang, author of 'Table for Five: A Father's Story of Life, Love and Loss." Part Two: Psychotherapist Elke Scholz, author of "Anxiety Warrior," a book that explores the nature of anxiety and how to deal with
Racine-born musician Zachary Scot Johnson talks about reaching the milestone of 3000 episodes of his Song a Day project on Youtube. He also talks about how life for him and other professional musicians has changed so dra
Jeffrey Roberg, Professor of Political Science and Jon Bruning, Associate Professor of Communications and Digital Media from Carthage College. They recap the 2020 presidential election and how they approached it in their
Brian Muraresku, author of "The Immortality Key: The Secret History of the Religion with No Names." The author examines the use of psychedelic substances in various religions dating back to ancient Greece.
Part one: Holly Stanfield talks about directing KUSD musical theater productions during COVID. Part two: James Schatzman talks about a special musical offering by the Choral Arts Society being shared (virtually) on Octobe
Re-scheduled from yesterday: Bryan Albrecht, president of Gateway Technical College, and Cheryl Carrier, CEO of Ford Next Generation Learning. Ford NGL has partnerships with school districts across the country- includ
TODAY'S MORNING SHOW WAS PREEMPTED BY NPR'S LIVE COVERAGE OF EVENTS IN WASHINGTON DC INVOLVING THE SUPREME COURT NOMINATION PROCESS. TODAY'S INTERVIEW CAN STILL BE HEARD IN THE PODCAST VERSION OF THE PROGRAM. SEARCH F
Nan Calvert's monthly visit is a conversation about wetlands and wetlands restoration with Joshua Brown from the Wisconsin DNR. Also, Best-selling author Rick Riordan discusses his latest book, "The Tower of Nero."
Ben Loeterman, writer-producer-director for "Walter Winchell: the Power of Gossip," the latest documentary for the PBS series American Masters. The film airs Tuesday evening. Winchell was a popular writer and radio pe