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  • Origin of Everything: When did the News Start?

    We all have news cycle fatigue. But when did the news become integral to our lives?

    Art You Can't Get To

    Scientists left a plastic bust of Lenin at the Southern Pole of Inaccessibility.

  • Monstrum: Martians!

    From the invading aliens of ‘War of the Worlds’ to post-world war escapism literature, the stories of Martians have changed throughout time.

    University Place Artist Talk: Sonya Clark

    Sonya Clark shares stories of the people and events that influence her artwork.

  • America From Scratch: Protest

    PBS Digital Studios and the team from America From Scratch ask: What if protesting was illegal?

    Wisconsin Life: Alpaca Audrey

    Around Wisconsin Rapids, Audrey Hackbarth is known as the 'Alpaca Whisperer.'

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Wisconsin Life

Classroom Frequency

Listen to original radio stories produced by high school students from the Monona Grove Liberal Arts Charter School.

Here & Now

Explore Local News

Here & Now is our weekly in-depth news and public affairs program reporting on issues at the forefront of life in Wisconsin.

30-Minute Music Hour

New Season

Enjoy performances highlighting artists from Wisconsin's thriving independent music scene.

University Place

Keep Learning

Expand your horizons with hundreds of educational lectures on a variety of topics from leading experts.

Wisconsin First Nations

WPT Education

A rich collection of educational videos, teacher resources and learning tools for the classroom.


Award-winning news and information

Providing information and insight into issues as they affect the state.