Wisconsin Science Festival
Norman Gilliland, the host of “Old Time Radio Drama” on Wisconsin Public Radio, invites you aboard the Nautilus for a trip 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Norman Gilliland adapted the Jules Verne classic for radio and the 9XM Players performed the play for a live broadcast on Wisconsin Public Radio.
Join Wisconsin Public Radio's "Old Time Radio Show" for a live broadcast of H.G. Wells' play "The Time Machine." Produced by Norman Gilliland and adapted by Patricia Boyette, student actors from the UW-Madison Dept. of Theater and Drama travel through time and meet beings from the year 100,080.
Steve Paulson from Wisconsin Public Radio moderates a lecture, meditation, jazz performance, and discussion with Richard Davidson, the Director of the Lab for Affective Neuroscience at UW-Madison, Ben Sidran, a renowned musician and author, and musicians Leo Sidran and Billy Peterson. Davidson and Ben Sidran explore the relationship between the brain and music.
Deborah Blum, a professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UW-Madison, hosts a panel discussion about forensics use in solving crime. Panel members include Beth Amos, author, Dr. Michael Stier, an associate professor in the Dept. of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UW-Madison, and Melanie Hampton, a crime scene investigator from the City of Madison Police Department.