Raising elder abuse awareness; Dementia research update
First, we cover elder abuse. We’ll define what it looks like, and share resources for support. Then, a Wisconsin doctor joins for a refresher on dementia care and research.
We talk with Jere Gettle, the founder of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, about new seed varieties from around the world. They include six foot beans, accordion tomatoes and dinosaur kale.
We discuss our first book club book and open our lines for your suggestions.
Canoecopia is a Madison-based event that features paddlesport retailers and education. We hear more from an event organizer, plus learn about backcountry portaging from a featured speaker.
Puppies are undeniably cute, but they’re also mischievous and time-consuming. A Lomira-based veterinarian shares what you need to know about adopting a puppy.
We take a deeper dive into science literacy, why the arts are important to science and the latest on climate change. Then we look at tornadoes in southern Wisconsin, folklore and forecasting, and how drones help meteorologists.
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Read Along With Larry
Did you know we have a book club? Join us as we read selected books throughout the year, and then discuss them with the author on the show. We tell you what they’ll be before the shows, so you can ask questions too!
|TITLE OF BOOK
|Dreaming in Spanish
By Sara Alvarado
|Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024
|The Restaurant Inspector
By Alex Pickett
|Thursday, April 25, 2024
By B L Blanchard
|Thursday, June 27, 2024
By Jeffrey Boldt
|Thursday, Aug. 22, 2024
|When I’m Dead
By Hannah Morrissey
|Thursday, Oct. 24, 2024
Our regular guests and production crew recommend their favorite books
|Thursday, Dec. 19, 2024
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