Arts/Culture

Wisconsin Rock Art - Ep. 681

Robert Ernie Boszhardt, president of the Wisconsin Archaeological Society, and Geri Schrab, water color painter, join University Place Presents host Norman Gilliland to discuss the history of rock art in Wisconsin.

And Then Came the Liberators – Ep. 646

Kathleen Stokker, a professor of Scandinavian Studies at Luther College, Solveig Shavland a researcher and translator at the Norwegian American Genealogical Center & Naeseth Library, and Richard Quinney, an author and the founder of Borderland Books discuss “And Then Came the Liberators.” The book is about the occupation of Norway by Germany from 1940-1945.

Ten Chimneys: More Than A Great Museum - Ep. 577

Kristine Weir-Martell, the Dir. of Programs at the Ten Chimneys Foundation, provides a glimpse into the lives and style of actors Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne during their time at Ten Chimneys. Weir-Martell discusses the music and theater programs which allow the traditions of the Lunts to continue.

Into Sunlight: The Connections of War and Peace - Ep. 572

David Maraniss, author of "They Marched into Sunlight," discusses his book and presents a dance based on the parallel story of the First Infantry Division of the Black Lions Battalion fighting in the jungles of Vietnam and the anti-war movement at the University of Wisconsin-Madison during two days in October, 1967.

Ten Chimneys - Ep. 483

Sean Malone, president, Ten Chimneys Foundation

Sean Malone illuminates the lives and careers of the legendary stage acting husband and wife duo of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, explaining their decision to remain stage actors instead of choosing the big screen. He also focuses on their post-performance life and retirement to their home of Ten Chimneys in Genesee Depot, Wisconsin.

Show Sold Separately - Ep. 446

Jonathan Gray, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Arts, UW-Madison.

Jonathan Gray discusses the ancillary aspects of film, such as trailers and promotion, that have developed over time and how they can affect perception of the movie itself.

My Germany - Ep. 347

Lev Raphael, Author

The son of Holocaust survivors, Lev Raphael was haunted by his parents' suffering and traumatic losses under Nazi rule. He appears at the 2009 Wisconsin Book Festival to discuss his book "My Germany: A Jewish Writer Returns to the World His Parents Escaped," a personal account of his pilgrimage to his parents' meeting place.

Wisconsin Ice Cream Production - Ep. 317

Bill Klein Manager, Campus Dairy Plant, UW-Madison

Laboratory Manager at University of Wisconsin-Madison Babcock Dairy, Bill Klein, shares the history, trends, production details, quality control, legal standards, and handling requirements of Babcock Hall Ice Cream. Learn why it is good to eat ice cream everyday.

Casper Jaggi: Master Swiss Cheese Maker - Ep. 183

Jerry Apps, Author

Wisconsin author and storyteller, Jerry Apps speaks about his book "Casper Jaggi, Master Cheesemaker", which is part of the Badger Biography series.

The Power of Forgiveness - Ep. 162

Robert Enright, Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, UW-Madison

Founder of the International Forgiveness Institute and author, Robert Enright speaks about this scientific study of forgiveness and its effects.

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