Arts/Culture

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.

A Conversation with Cathy Dethmers - Ep. 620

Cathy Dethmers, owner of the High Noon Saloon in Madison, discusses the problems she faced opening the High Noon Saloon after her first tavern and music venue, O'Cayz Corral burned down.

Prohibition: Choose Your Poison - Ep. 618

Norman Gilliland, host of University Place Presents, interviews Deborah Blum, Professor in the UW-Madison School of Journalism and author of "The Poisoner's Handbook," about the cultural and political history of Prohibition. Included are the extreme lengths Americans went to in order to evade the law and obtain alcohol.

Wisconsin and Prohibition: A Clash of Cultures - Ep. 616

Norman Gilliland, host of University Place Presents, interviews Booth Fowler, Professor Emeritus in the UW-Madison Department of Political Science and author of "Wisconsin
Votes: An Electoral History," on the history of how the 18th amendment to the constitution became law, with a focus on Wisconsin and its beer culture.

Marching Down the Field - Ep. 612

Stuart Stotts, author, claims that sometimes being a hero means having to fight. Learn about the fighting attitudes of Curly Lambeau and Lucius Fairchild and their essential contributions to Wisconsin history and culture.

Cluck: From Jungle Fowl to City Chicks - Ep. 608

Susan Troller, a writer for The Capital Times, shares her book, "Cluck: From Jungle Fowl to City Chicks." Troller tells stories of Wisconsin folk and their experiences raising chickens in their backyards.

B is for Battle Cry: A Civil War Alphabet - Ep. 603

Patricia Bauer, author, and David Geister, illustrator, present a costumed reading of Civil War era Wisconsin newspapers and from their book, "B is for Battle Cry." Sherry and Don Ladig, musicians from the mid-19th century American music band "The New Pearl Buttons," provide music and accompaniment for Patricia Bauer as she sings songs from the war.

Hasn't Everything Been Mapped Already!? - Ep. 596

Tanya Buckingham, President and Executive Director, North American Cartographic Information Society creates maps for people of all ages and for numerous publications. While researching thematic maps, Buckingham was surprised that many topics have not been mapped and that for some topics there was no data at all.

Pro Arte Quartet Celebrates 100 Years - Ep. 587

Pro Arte Quartet members David Perry, violinist, Suzanne Beia, violinist, Sally Chisholm, violist, Parry Karp, cellist, Norman Gilliland, host of University Place Presents.
The Pro Arte Quartet joins University Place Presents host Norman Gilliland to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the quartet. Learn about the history of the quartet and enjoy a sampling of their music.

The Changing Nature of Television News - Ep. 593

James L. Baughman, School of Journalism & Mass Communication, UW- Madison, Jeff Greenfield, Senior Political Correspondent, CBS News, David Tabacoff , Senior Executive Producer, Fox News, Jill Geisler, Senior Faculty, Poynter Institute for Media Studies, Peter Greenberg, Travel Editor, CBS News, Chris Bury, National Correspondent, ABC News. A panel of experts discusses the future of TV news.

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