Teen Dating Violence, Brandy Old Fashioned History, Supper Club Capital Of The Midwest, Race And Public Radio, Gov. Walker In London

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What “public” does public broadcasting serve? An author argues there’s a need for more diverse voices on the radio. We also learn how Calumet County became the “Supper Club Capital of the Midwest,” explore the history of the brandy old fashioned, and take a look at the issue of teen dating violence.

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  • Is Public Radio Too White?

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Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Chris Malina Producer
  • Amanda Magnus Producer
  • Cynthia Schuster Producer
  • Shannon Barry Guest
  • Dena Mooney Guest
  • Chenjerai Kumanyika Guest

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