A medical historian tells us about how women’s health has been shaped by generations of predominantly male practitioners. Then, we talk to the author of a bill that would protect the Mississippi River basin. Then, we we learn about the Oriental Theatre’s restored vintage film organ and the history of movie music.
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How women's health care developed in America
A medical historian tells us about how treatment of women’s health today has been shaped by generations of oppression, ignorance, and indifference towards female bodies from health practitioners —mostly male ones.
New bill would protect the Mississippi River
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin introduced a bill to create a new program to protect the Mississippi River. We talk to her about the legislation, and then we hear from an environmental reporter on the biggest issues facing the Mississippi River basin.
A history of music in movies
We talk to the COO of Milwaukee film about the Oriental Theatre’s restored vintage film organ. Then, we talk to a movie expert about the history of music in film.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Elizabeth Comen Guest
- Senator Tammy Baldwin Guest
- Madeline Heim Guest
- Kristen C. Heller Guest
- Jocelyn Szczepaniak-Gillece Guest
- Dean Knetter Producer
- Tim Peterson Producer
- Lorin Cox Producer
- Colleen Leahy Producer
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