Children’s Book Reading Goes Virtual, The State Of Sports, ‘Safer At Home’ Challenge

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A children’s author goes online to share her book and quiet exercise practice. Then we talk with a sports columnist about what the future holds for sports and spectating after the coronavirus pandemic has subsided. And we get an update on the legal challenge to Gov. Evers’ “Safer at Home” order, including Evers’ request that the state Supreme Court dismiss the case.

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  • Gov. Evers Asks State Supreme Court To Dismiss 'Safer At Home' Challenge

    Gov. Tony Evers is asking the state Supreme Court to dismiss a Republican legal challenge to his “Safer at Home” order extension. We’ll get an update on the case from WPR’s capitol bureau chief.

  • Quiet Time Exercise Plus Virtual Children's Book Reading

    A children’s book author was supposed to do a physically engaged reading for kids. We talk with her about how she’s worked with the library to reschedule and do the reading virtually.

  • The State Of Sports During The Coronavirus Pandemic

    It’s a tough time to be a sports fan – and it’s anybody’s guess as to when games may return and in what form. We look at how people are getting their fix in the meantime and explore what sports may look like in the future.

Episode Credits

  • Kealey Bultena Host
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Shawn Johnson Guest
  • Divya Ma Lovingly Guest
  • Jason Gay Guest

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