Kim Tschudy shares the stories of southern Wisconsin towns that no longer exist
Atul Gawande and Anne Strainchamps explore quality of life issues, death and dying.
Sarah Paul questions whether guilty thoughts and plans should be punished.
2014 Wisconsin Science Festival discussion of the human impact on climate.
Peter Crane focuses on the life cycle of the ginkgo tree.
Nick Hill explores using video gaming technology to enhance our knowledge of space.
Marcus Raichle explores the power and the functioning of the brain.
Deborah Tuerkheimer challenges the convictions of those accused of “shaking” babies.
Jeffrey Kahn and Eric Sandgren discuss the ethics of using animals for research.
Patrick Jung introduces the works of Erich Mercker, a 20th century German painter.
Patrick Jung explores the military leadership of Black Hawk.
Nigel Cook offers guidelines on welfare-friendly dairy cattle housing.
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