“The Morning Show” is a live, call-in program hosted by Kate Archer Kent that provides news and thoughtful conversation through a Wisconsin lens. We seek diverse voices on state and national news, arts, culture and social issues. Listen on The Ideas Network weekday mornings from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. You can stream or download shows from wpr.org/mornings or your favorite podcast service.
We value the contributions that audiences make to our programs. During a live show, you can join with your questions or comments by dialing 800-642-1234 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out WPR’s caller guidelines to ensure your remarks are appropriate for our audiences and staff to receive.
We also appreciate feedback and ideas for future programming. Email interim Executive Producer Keegan Kyle at email@example.com. You can also submit program ideas to the team by filling out a two-question online form. Thank you!
Connect with our team
Kate Archer Kent, Host: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keegan Kyle, interim Executive Producer: email@example.com
Jonah Beleckis, Digital Producer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtney Everett, Producer: email@example.com
Trevor Hook, Producer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mackenzie Krumme, Producer: email@example.com
Joel Patenaude, Producer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Royce Podeszwa, Producer: Royce.email@example.com
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Body Week series
The second week of February, “The Morning Show” produced a week-long series exploring innovations and advice in medicine. Each day, we examined a different part of the body: the brain, the heart, the lungs, the gut and the musculoskeletal system. A few highlights from our conversations with doctors and researchers are compiled here:
How brain implants are seeking to transform lives
Two Wisconsin cardiologists explain how to look out for your heart
Wisconsin pulmonology doctors weigh in on undiagnosed sleep apnea, medication costs
Wisconsin gastroenterologist warns about rising rate of colon cancer in people under 50
Rheumatologist suggests orthobiologic treatment as low-risk method to help tendons