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Playlist: Mark Riechers's Portfolio

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213: You Had To Be There / 214: Mad As Hell, 10/21/2017

From Wisconsin Public Radio | Part of the To the Best of Our Knowledge series | 01:58:58

HOUR ONE: "You Had To Be There" - A new generation rediscovers pleasure palaces of the past, abandoned movie theaters and concert halls. What are they finding? HOUR TWO: "Mad As Hell" - Facebook, cable news, town halls. Wherever you turn, it seems like someone’s angry. Is it possible we’re addicted to outrage?

Itunes_squareart_small PROMO FOR HOUR ONE   10/21/17   You Had To Be There
A new generation rediscovers pleasure palaces of the past, abandoned movie theaters and concert halls. What are they finding?

PROMO FOR HOUR TWO   10/21/17   Mad As Hell
Facebook, cable news, town halls. Wherever you turn, it seems like someone’s angry. Is it possible we’re addicted to outrage?

195: Our Invisible Universe / 196: Short Stories, 8/19/2017

From Wisconsin Public Radio | Part of the To the Best of Our Knowledge series | 01:58:58

HOUR ONE: "Our Invisible Universe" - Millions of people will travel this weekend to see the Great American Eclipse. How far would you go? HOUR TWO: "Short Stories" - Short stories can be harder to write than a novel. This hour, authors tell us what makes a short story great.

Itunes_squareart_small PROMO FOR HOUR ONE  08/19/17  Our Invisible Universe
Millions of people are traveling to see the Great American Eclipse this week. Meanwhile, the exact nature of the universe still eludes us. And all that dark matter? Still missing.  

PROMO FOR HOUR TWO  08/19/17  Short Stories
Short stories can be harder to write than novels, but just as great. This week, four writers who’ve mastered the art of the short story join us to celebrate the form and share new work.

261: Thinking With Animals / 262: Why Is The Internet Toxic For Women?, 4/7/2018

From Wisconsin Public Radio | Part of the To the Best of Our Knowledge series | 01:58:57

HOUR ONE: "Thinking With Animals" - Stories of animal intelligence, from birds and bees to the strange and wonderful mind of the octopus. HOUR TWO: "Why Is The Internet Toxic For Women?" - A recent study revealed that half of women surveyed had been harassed online. How do we fight back?

Itunes_squareart_small PROMO FOR HOUR ONE  04/07/18  Thinking With Animals
Stories of animal intelligence, from birds and bees to the strange and wonderful mind of the octopus.

PROMO FOR HOUR TWO  04/07/18  Why Is The Internet Toxic For Women?

A recent study revealed that half of women surveyed had been harassed online. How do we fight back?   

285: In Search Of Real Food / 286: How To Think Like A Scientist, 6/30/2018

From Wisconsin Public Radio | Part of the To the Best of Our Knowledge series | 01:58:57

HOUR ONE: "In Search Of Real Food" - Supermarkets are designed to make you think you have a lot of choices. But do you? This hour, reclaiming real food. HOUR TWO: "How To Think Like A Scientist" - Do scientists see the world in a different way? We'll ask Hope Jahren, Neil deGrasse Tyson and others about their insatiable curiosity.

Itunes_squareart_small PROMO FOR HOUR ONE   06/30/18   In Search Of Real Food
Supermarkets are designed to make you think you have a lot of choices. But do you? This hour, reclaiming real food.   

PROMO FOR HOUR TWO   06/30/18   How To Think Like A Scientist
Do scientists see the world in a different way? We'll ask Hope Jahren, Neil deGrasse Tyson and others about their insatiable curiosity.

Embrace the Cold

From Wisconsin Public Radio | Part of the TTBOOK Favorites of the Week for PRX Remix series | 24:36

Low temperatures don't have to get you down — stay indoors and celebrate our collective triumphs over frigid conditions with this collection of conversations about embracing the cold.

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It's never a great feeling to see "life-threatening low temperatures" in a headline about the weather forecast. But cold temperatures don't have to get you down — stay indoors and celebrate our collective triumphs over frigid conditions with this collection of conversations about embracing the cold.