A Public Affair

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John Quinlan

John Quinlan

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Carousel Bayrd

Carousel Bayrd

Wednesday

Karma Chavez and Tim Hansel

Karma Chavez & Tim Hansel

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Allen Ruff

Allen Ruff

Friday

Esty Dinur

Esty Dinur

A Public Affair is WORT‘s daily hour-long talk program. It aims to engage listeners in a conversation on social, cultural, and political issues of importance. The guests range from local activists and scholars to notable national and international figures.

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LISTEN TO RECENT EPISODES

The Legacy of Thomas Paine

01/9/14 11:56 AM | A Public Affair

Photo of Harvey Kaye Thomas Paine was not only one of our Founding Fathers, but also by far one of the most influential political writers of his time. How does his work impact the United States today? Check out this edition of A Public Affair!

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Sex Itself

01/8/14 11:38 AM | A Public Affair

Cover of the book: Sex Itself What terms do we need to know to be able to have a conversation about gender and sex? What are the differences between the two? Find out more on this edition of A Public Affair!

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Police Involved Shootings

01/8/14 11:24 AM | A Public Affair

State Rep. Chris Taylor If a police officer is involved with a shooting, what happens? On this edition of A Public Affair, we discussed why police involved shootings troubles our community as well as what the state plans to do about future police involved shootings.

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Cable Access Television in Wisconsin

01/6/14 11:02 AM | A Public Affair

Televisions What is the future of cable access television in Wisconsin? What can you expect to see in terms of local access? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to learn more!

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Money in the United States

01/3/14 2:01 PM | A Public Affair

Picture of Mark Armstrong Money plays a huge role in our society, but how does money function in the United States’ economy? What can we do to improve the way money functions in our economy? Find out on this edition of A Public Affair!

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A Final Recap of 2013

01/2/14 1:55 PM | A Public Affair

Ruth Conniff What issues have we seen in the past year that Wisconsin will need to address in 2014? Listen to today’s show to find out more!

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Dena Eakles and Echo Valley Farm

01/1/14 12:55 PM | A Public Affair

Dena Eakles New Year’s Day is a time to reflect and make New Year’s resolutions and look forward to the new year. So what are some things to look forward to this year? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out!

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Madison City Council Year in Review

12/31/13 11:50 AM | A Public Affair

Madison Skyline What were some of the biggest issues the Madison City Council faced in 2013? What can we expect to see in 2014? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out!

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The World’s Children in 2013

12/30/13 2:00 PM | A Public Affair

I Believe in Zero cover How were the children of the world in 2013? On this edition of A Public Affair we reflected on the status of the world’s children as we approach 2014.

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Your Untold Stories of 2013

12/27/13 1:18 PM | A Public Affair

People gathered around a radio With 2013 coming to an end, were there any stories that you wish you could have heard more about? What stories do you think will shape 2014? Tune in to this 2013 wrap-up to find out!

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John Quinlan, Carousel Bayrd, Tim Hansel, Karma Chavez, Allen Ruff, & Esty Dinur
A Public Affair is WORT's daily hour-long talk program. It aims to engage listeners in a conversation on social, cultural, and political issues of importance. The guests range from local activists and scholars to notable national and international figures.

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