Tips For A Starter Kitchen, Virtual Film Festival, The Latest In Badger Football

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On this edition of Food Friday we discuss what you need for your starter kitchen. Then we talk with Milwaukee Film about their virtual festival and its theme of supporting the health and well-being of racial, ethnic, sexual and gender minorities. Plus, we discuss how UW sports are handling rising COVID-19 cases on campus.

Featured in this Show

  • How To Stock Your Starter Kitchen

    We talk with author Lisa Chernick about how people–young and old–should stock their starter kitchens.

  • Virtual Film Fest From Milwaukee Film Focuses On Minority Health

    In its second year, the Minority Health Film Festival is focusing on an issue that’s become magnified in the last few months– the health and well-being of racial, ethnic, sexual and gender minorities. We talk with a Milwaukee Film leader about what to expect out of the films this year and how you can watch as many or as few films online as you’d like for an affordable price.

  • College Sports In A Pandemic

    As COVID-19 cases rise on the UW-Madison campus, players and coaches of all sports teams react to a rapidly changing situation. We talk with a Wisconsin sports reporter who’s been keeping up with the logistics, and politics, of this year’s Badger football program.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • Jana Rose Schleis Producer
  • Michele Gerard Good Technical Director
  • LIsa Chernick Guest
  • Geraud Blanks Guest
  • Colten Bartholomew Guest

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