Food forests, Holocaust documentary, Late-night TV talk shows

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Gooseberry plant in a garden.
Image by GLady from Pixabay 

We learn more about a Wisconsin non-profit working to plant edible food in public spaces. Then, one of the creators of a new documentary joins us to discuss the U.S. response to the holocaust. Later, we talk to a television reporter about changes in late-night television talk shows over the years.

Featured in this Show

  • Building edible landscape on public land

    A Wisconsin non-profit works to build “food forests” of edible plants on public land. We talk to one of the organizers about the project.

  • New PBS documentary explores the U.S. response to the Holocaust

    We talk to one of the creators of PBS’s new three-part documentary exploring the U.S. response to the Holocaust, and why, as the biggest humanitarian crisis in history unfolded, so few European Jewish refugees were permitted to escape to America.

  • The changing landscape of late-night television talk shows

    Late-night television was once at the forefront of popular culture. We check in on where the industry sits now and what could be its future in the streaming age.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Lorin Cox Producer
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Emily Steinwehe Guest
  • Sarah Botstein Guest
  • John Koblin Guest

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