Masters Of Sex, Food Inspectors Stay At Home, The Life Of A Cab Driver

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Masters and Johnson changed how America thought about love and sex. Today, Rob Ferrett and Gene Purcell talk with their biographer about their personal and professional lives. Then, we discuss why food inspectors are staying at home and what that means for grocery stores, and come “along for the ride” in the back of Milwaukee cab – in Hidden Wisconsin.

Featured in this Show

  • Masters Of Sex: the Life And Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson

    Researchers Williams Masters and Virginia Johnson changed the way Americans thought about sex. Central Time talks to the author of a biography of the two about their research, personal lives, and the inspiration for a new tv series about their lives.

  • Hidden Wisconsin: Milwaukee's Most Famous Cab Driver

    In “Hidden Wisconsin” we’ll talk with Milwaukee’s most famous cab driver about what it’s like to be behind the wheel. He’ll also have some tips for those of us along for the ride.

  • Government Shutdown Stresses Food Inspections

    Federal meat safety inspectors were still working on day two of the shutdown, but the rest of the food inspectors (who inspect 80% of the food in grocery stores) have been told to stay at home.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Thomas Maier Guest
  • Rory Orgill Guest
  • Tarini Parti Guest
  • Galen Druke Producer