Pinball Guinness Record For A Good Cause, Movie Musicals, Senate Votes To Fire Pfaff

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Gene Kelly, left, and Judy Garland dance in the 1942 film “For Me and My Gal.” . (AP Photo/file)

We talk to a Milwaukee man who had a good reason for playing pinball continuously for more than 24 hours. And we discuss the history of the movie musical with an author of a new book on the subject. We also discuss Tuesday’s vote in the state Senate to fire DATCP Secretary-Designee Brad Pfaff.

Featured in this Show

  • State Senate Votes To Fire DATCP Secretary-Designee

    For the first time in decades, the state Senate has voted to fire one of the governor’s picks to head a state agency. We get the details, and discuss a slate of bills the Senate also took action on Tuesday.

  • Milwaukee Man Sets Pinball Record While Raising Money For Hospital

    We talk about a record-setting game of pinball that happened for a good cause.

  • Exploring The History Of The Movie Musical

    The musical genre has been a favorite of movie fans for almost a century, but it’s changed a lot in that time. We talk with a film historian about her new book diving into the songs, dance routines and style of the movie musical.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Laurel White Guest
  • Rep. Ryan Clancy Guest
  • Jeanine Basinger Guest

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