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Wisconsin Public Radio

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Every weekday morning from 6 until 9 on The Ideas Network stations, listeners can hear "The Morning Show," where we talk with a wide variety of guests about issues that matter -- from politics to popular culture.

Latest Episodes

Why Animal Diseases Are Infecting Humans More Frequently

The coronavirus that brought the world to a halt may have come from an endangered animal called the pangolin. We talk to a journalist who wrote a 2012 book about why diseases are passing from animals to humans with greater frequency — and what it means for the future.

--1 d ago
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Why Animal Diseases Are Infecting Humans More Frequently

COVID-19 Effect On The Black Community, New Coronavirus Saliva Test

We talk to a doctor about how racial disparities in healthcare are amplified by the coronavirus pandemic and what can be done about it. Then, we ask a UW-Madison researcher who's part of a team that developed a new saliva sample test for COVID-19 about how they're taking the spit test mobile and why.

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COVID-19 Effect On The Black Community, New Coronavirus Saliva Test

How COVID-19 Affects The Heart

For months, experts have warned that people with serious heart conditions like high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease were at an increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19. The virus’ long-term effects on the heart are still largely unknown. A cardiologist helps us untangle the nuance.

--1 d ago
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How COVID-19 Affects The Heart

Eye Care During COVID-19

Nearly nine out of 10 optometrists reported providing emergency care during the pandemic, according t o the American Optometric Association’s Health Policy Institute. An eye doctor shares how to protect our eyes during COVID-19. Plus, we’ll learn when it’s time to get glasses and how screen time can affect our vision.

--2 d ago
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Eye Care During COVID-19

State Capitol Report: Latest On Voting Laws, Addressing Wisconsin's Racial Disparities

WPR's State Capitol reporter joins us with the latest on the statewide mask mandate, Wisconsin election laws and more. Then, we discuss the Assembly speaker's task force to address racial disparities with its co-chair, state Rep. Shelia Stubbs.

--2 d ago
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State Capitol Report: Latest On Voting Laws, Addressing Wisconsin's Racial Disparities

Writing Poetry During A Pandemic

We discuss writing poetry with two UW-Milwaukee educators. Margaret Rozga is the current Wisconsin Poet Laureate. Kimberly Blaeser was state poet laureate from 2015 to 2016.

--2 d ago
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Writing Poetry During A Pandemic

The Road To A Viable Vaccine For COVID-19

Scientists, companies and federal officials all say that most people will not have access to a COVID-19 vaccine until next year, however, the president has said one will be available in October. A healthcare reporter breaks down the process to the vaccine receiving FDA authorization and approval.

--5 d ago
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The Road To A Viable Vaccine For COVID-19

Lawsuit Against Facebook And Militia Groups, Milwaukee's Budget Challenges

A federal lawsuit against social media giant Facebook alleges it failed to take down pages that incited violence during nights of protests in Kenosha. A lawyer explains. Then, we dive into Milwaukee's city budget with a reporter.

--5 d ago
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Lawsuit Against Facebook And Militia Groups, Milwaukee's Budget Challenges

Wisconsin Weekend: Fall Camping

Autumn officially started this week, so we’re looking at the best spots to camp in Wisconsin when the leaves begin to change. Plus, advice on how to stay toasty at your campsite in colder weather.

--5 d ago
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Wisconsin Weekend: Fall Camping

Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last Friday, left an indelible mark on the U.S. Supreme Court and American culture. We talk with a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice and the president of the International Association of Women Judges about Ginsburg’s legacy.

--6 d ago
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Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Latest Episodes

Why Animal Diseases Are Infecting Humans More Frequently

The coronavirus that brought the world to a halt may have come from an endangered animal called the pangolin. We talk to a journalist who wrote a 2012 book about why diseases are passing from animals to humans with greater frequency — and what it means for the future.

--1 d ago
Comments
Why Animal Diseases Are Infecting Humans More Frequently

COVID-19 Effect On The Black Community, New Coronavirus Saliva Test

We talk to a doctor about how racial disparities in healthcare are amplified by the coronavirus pandemic and what can be done about it. Then, we ask a UW-Madison researcher who's part of a team that developed a new saliva sample test for COVID-19 about how they're taking the spit test mobile and why.

--1 d ago
Comments
COVID-19 Effect On The Black Community, New Coronavirus Saliva Test

How COVID-19 Affects The Heart

For months, experts have warned that people with serious heart conditions like high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease were at an increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19. The virus’ long-term effects on the heart are still largely unknown. A cardiologist helps us untangle the nuance.

--1 d ago
Comments
How COVID-19 Affects The Heart

Eye Care During COVID-19

Nearly nine out of 10 optometrists reported providing emergency care during the pandemic, according t o the American Optometric Association’s Health Policy Institute. An eye doctor shares how to protect our eyes during COVID-19. Plus, we’ll learn when it’s time to get glasses and how screen time can affect our vision.

--2 d ago
Comments
Eye Care During COVID-19

State Capitol Report: Latest On Voting Laws, Addressing Wisconsin's Racial Disparities

WPR's State Capitol reporter joins us with the latest on the statewide mask mandate, Wisconsin election laws and more. Then, we discuss the Assembly speaker's task force to address racial disparities with its co-chair, state Rep. Shelia Stubbs.

--2 d ago
Comments
State Capitol Report: Latest On Voting Laws, Addressing Wisconsin's Racial Disparities

Writing Poetry During A Pandemic

We discuss writing poetry with two UW-Milwaukee educators. Margaret Rozga is the current Wisconsin Poet Laureate. Kimberly Blaeser was state poet laureate from 2015 to 2016.

--2 d ago
Comments
Writing Poetry During A Pandemic

The Road To A Viable Vaccine For COVID-19

Scientists, companies and federal officials all say that most people will not have access to a COVID-19 vaccine until next year, however, the president has said one will be available in October. A healthcare reporter breaks down the process to the vaccine receiving FDA authorization and approval.

--5 d ago
Comments
The Road To A Viable Vaccine For COVID-19

Lawsuit Against Facebook And Militia Groups, Milwaukee's Budget Challenges

A federal lawsuit against social media giant Facebook alleges it failed to take down pages that incited violence during nights of protests in Kenosha. A lawyer explains. Then, we dive into Milwaukee's city budget with a reporter.

--5 d ago
Comments
Lawsuit Against Facebook And Militia Groups, Milwaukee's Budget Challenges

Wisconsin Weekend: Fall Camping

Autumn officially started this week, so we’re looking at the best spots to camp in Wisconsin when the leaves begin to change. Plus, advice on how to stay toasty at your campsite in colder weather.

--5 d ago
Comments
Wisconsin Weekend: Fall Camping

Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last Friday, left an indelible mark on the U.S. Supreme Court and American culture. We talk with a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice and the president of the International Association of Women Judges about Ginsburg’s legacy.

--6 d ago
Comments
Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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