The board president of Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling talks about resources for gambling disorders. Then, Muriquis are one of the world’s most endangered monkeys and a UW-Madison researcher has spent years in Brazil studying them.
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Problem gambling in Wisconsin
In response to a caller request, we learn about the presence of gambling disorder in Wisconsin. We talk with a therapist about what constitutes problem gambling and what statewide resources are available to support people in recovery.
Learning from one of the world's most endangered primates
Karen Strier has spent four decades studying one of the world’s most endangered monkeys, the northern muriquis in Brazil’s Atlantic forest. We talk to Strier about what’s unique about the animals, why they are threatened and how they can be protected.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Avery Lea Rogers Producer
- Joe Tarr Producer
- A. Emily Ralph Technical Director
- Patricia Jirovetz Guest
- Karen Strier Guest
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