We talk to the author of a new book on the cultural history of college radio stations. Then, we talk to a Wisconsin happiness researcher about our relationship with money.
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A history of college radio
College radio stations have a long and rich history of broadcasting left-of-the-dial music, news, and talk programming for students and communities—and being at the center of important political and cultural debates. The author of a new book shares what she found during her deep dive into the college radio archives.
The relationship between money and happiness
People say money can’t buy happiness, but access to money can have an influence on our happiness. We talk to a happiness researcher at UW-Madison about the relationship between our financial circumstances and our wellbeing.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
- Richelle Wilson Producer
- Lorin Cox Producer
- Katherine Rye Jewell Guest
- Christine Whelan Guest
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