Solve Science Mysteries With 'Mystery Doug'
Friday, September 4, 2020, 6:30pm
The world is full of mysteries, and Doug Peltz knows it. In fact, he named himself "Mystery Doug" for just that reason. In his videos, he answers kids' questions about the mysteries of the world. On this episode, Doug does his best to solve the mysteries Wisconsin kids are wondering about.
Get Spooked With R.L. Stine
Friday, September 4, 2020, 6:00pm
We're telling scary stories on this episode of the "Explorer's Club." "Goosebumps" — heard of that? Author R.L. Stine, the king of children's horror and the man who brought us cursed coffins, evil cheerleaders and headless ghosts, joins "Explorer’s Club" to make our blood run cold.
Ologize With Alie Ward
Friday, September 4, 2020, 5:30pm
Did you know that when someone says ology, it means "the study of"? Alie Ward is a professional science nerd and has a podcast called " Ologies " where she talks to people who study everything under the sun. On this episode, she shares her favorite things to learn.
Walk Through Nature With Chris Kratt
Friday, September 4, 2020, 5:00pm
On this episode of "Explorer's Club," we're talking about animals. But not just cats and dogs ... think rats, chinchillas, lizards and turtles. We talk to three animal experts, including Chris Kratt of the PBS show " Wild Kratts ."
Listen To Music With Andrew & Polly
Friday, September 4, 2020, 4:00pm
Andrew Barkan and Polly Hall met in college and bonded over their love of music. Years later, they're married with children — and a band and a podcast. Their band? It’s called Andrew & Polly, of course. They have a podcast about all their favorite sounds, too, called "Ear Snacks." We learn all about music-making on this episode of the "Explorer's Club" ... with two very fun musicians.
Welcome To 'Explorer's Club'
Thursday, August 20, 2020, 6:00pm
Welcome to "Explorer's Club," a new podcast from Wisconsin Public Radio. Join host Kate Archer Kent as she meets interesting people who teach us how to play instruments, tell a scary story, answer questions about germs and introduce us to wild animals. Listen to the trailer and stay tuned for short episodes intended to educate and delight children ages five through 12.