Wisconsin Science Festival

The Science and Art of Recovery

Ben Sidran, a musician and author, and Richard Davidson, the director of the Lab for Affective Neuroscience at UW-Madison, combine their talents, interests, and spirit of adventure to present an original exploration into the interface of neuroscience and Jazz. Sidran and Davidson offer techniques to liberate the mind, moving from “mistakes” to “opportunities.”

Old Time Radio Drama: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea – Ep. 776

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.

Old Time Radio Drama: The Time Machine - Ep. 629

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.

Explorations from Music and Neuroscience - Ep. 628

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.

Killer Clues: The Art and Science of Murder - Ep. 627

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.


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