Second episode of WPR’s Mapped Out podcast, Plastic surgery sees a bump in business

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A broadside from around 1820 reprinting the original “Gerry-mander” cartoon from a Massachusetts newspaper, and an illustration of Gov. Elbridge Gerry from 1811. Images courtesy of the Boston Public Library and the National Portrait Gallery

We hear the next episode of the new WPR podcast “Mapped Out,” which delves into the storied struggle over redistricting in Wisconsin. Then, we hear about the recent rise in plastic surgery and how the pandemic plays a part.

Featured in this Show

  • Mapped Out episode 2: Chaos and quiet

    We hear the second episode of a new six-part series produced by WPR’s news team. Called “Mapped Out,” the series explores how redistricting and the re-drawing of political maps has impacted elections and power in Wisconsin.

  • The rise in plastic surgery during the pandemic

    Plastic surgery was largely put on hold during the early days of the pandemic. But now, those who perform nose jobs, face lifts and other cosmetic improvements are back and business is booming. We explore what’s driving this uptick in nips and tucks.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Trevor Hook Producer
  • Dr. Ahmed Afifi Guest

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