Hosting A Better Dinner Party, Wisconsin Professor Featured In Life-Spanning British Documentary Series, Evers’ Dairy Package

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For Food Friday, we talk with a chef about how to host a less-fancy but still satisfying dinner party. We also hear from a UW-Madison professor who is one of 14 Brits who have been featured in a documentary series that spans their whole lives. And we look at Gov. Evers’ plan to help dairy farmers.

Featured in this Show

  • Food Friday: How To Throw A Dinner Party Without Feeling Like You Have To Go Overboard

    On this week’s Food Friday, Chef Alison Roman joins us to talk about how we can change our approach to dinner parties to make them more fun and less stressful.

  • How Evers' Dairy Proposals Would Affect Farmers

    In his State of the State address, Gov. Tony Evers announced a special legislative session to help Wisconsin’s struggling dairy farmers. We look at the multi-pronged proposals and how they’d effect the industry.

  • Latest In British Documentary Series Features UW Professor

    A British documentary series has been following a group of 14 people from England’s different social classes since they were children in 1964. One of them has lived in Wisconsin for decades. We talk with him about the experience, following the recent release of the series’ latest installment.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Alison Roman Guest
  • Mark Stephenson Guest
  • Nick Hitchon Guest

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