Friday/Saturday Program Schedule

from 7 am Friday until Saturday midnight for
Fall 2015

Friday Daytime Program Schedule
7 am - 6 pm
Starting ShowFeaturing
7 amMorning Mix Some bright and lively music to start your day
9 amWider Horizons Science for the People
10 amShe Still Sings Mostly women vocalists
12 noonStory Classics at Noon Stories in the public domain read by LibriVox volunteers
nextIndy Afternoon Alternative mix music
3 pmAfter School Hour Younger mix music
3:58 pmScience and the Sea Marine science topics from the University of Texas Marine Science Institute
4 pmHightower Radio Political commentary & satire from Jim Hightower
4:02 pmBattleground Wisconsin Podcast by Citizen Action of Wisconsin
5 pmWider Horizons Science for the People (repeat)

Friday 6 pm
Rationally Skeptical
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10/16/15Eugenie Scott: Decrypting Pseudoscience37:428/24/15a
10/23/15David Gorski: Cancer Quack Stanislaw Burzynski: Exposed38:373/17/14a
10/30/15The effectiveness of homeopathy on The Skeptic Zone #286 54:454/13/14b
11/6/15A Trek Through Skepticism with The Amazing Randi35:094/21/14a
11/13/15A Discussion on the Psychology of the Paranormal with Dr. Susan Blackmore51:2610/29/14c
11/20/15Conjuring Rose: Joe Nickell's Annual Houdini Séance (Halloween Extra)24:4110/31/15a
11/27/15No, This Podcast is Not About You: David Laporte on the Proliferation of Paranoia33:3911/23/15a
12/4/15Islam, Paris, and Polarization - with Michael Brooks37:2111/30/15a
12/11/15David Kyle Johnson on "The Myths that Stole Christmas"45:3511/29/15d
12/18/15Susan Gelman on "How essentialism shapes our thinking"47:2612/13/15d
12/25/159th Annual Review of Neuroscience (BSP 125)1:08:0212/23/15e

a Point of Inquiry from the Center for Inquiry.
b The Skeptic Zone from Sydney, Australia.
c The Humanist Hour from the American Humanist Association.
d Rationally Speaking podcast from New York City Skeptics.
e Brain Science with Dr. Ginger Campbell.
Science for Skeptics archives for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013

Friday 7 pm
Friday Forum
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10/16/15Putting Kids First: Sarah Levin and Ed Beck on Vaccine Laws 31:0210/12/15a
10/23/15Noam Chomsky with David Barsamian pt1 36:133/18/15b
10/30/15Noam Chomsky with David Barsamian pt2 54:023/18/15b
11/6/15Penny Myers, Ian Henderson, Carmen Hotvedt, Kevin Helmkamp:
Sexual Assault on Campus
- hosted by Carousel Bayrd
11/13/15Kevin Helmkamp, Shannon Barry: Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence - hosted by Carousel Bayrd 52:165/5/15c
11/20/15Journalist Will Potter Exposes Secretive CMU Prisons - hosted by Esty Dinur 50:1911/6/15c
11/27/15Professor Joel Beinin and the Middle East - hosted by Esty Dinur 55:057/24/15c
12/4/15Sumudu Atapattu, Jonathan Patz: UW Participates In Paris Climate Change Conference - hosted by Patty Peltekos 52:5111/30/15c
12/11/15Richard Falk with Ali Abunimah pt1 1:05:2012/2/15b
12/18/15Richard Falk with Ali Abunimah pt2 32:2512/2/15b
12/25/15Don Waller, Nathan Schulfer: COP21 Concludes With Agreement To Help Combat Climate Change - hosted by
Patty Peltekos

a Point of Inquiry from the Center for Inquiry.
b Podcast from the Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
c From A Public Affair on WORT-FM.
Friday Forum archives for 2008 - 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013

Friday pm/Saturday am Shows
8 pm - 9 am
Starting ShowFeaturingNotes
8 pmMischa's Evening Contributor music
9 pmFriday Folk Folk music in a variety of stylesa
10 pmStage & Screen Broadway musicals and movie musicals and soundtracksb
11 pmHumor Me Comedy and satire, musical or otherwisec
midnightSoft Comes the Night Music that's soothing to the earsd
7 amMusic for all ages Music both kids and parents can enjoye
8 amThe Beatles An hour of the "Fab Four"

a Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot, Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Peter Paul & Mary, Townes Van Zandt, Woody Guthrie, etc.
b Annie, Anything Goes, Avenue Q, Babel, The Book of Mormon, Camelot, Carousel, Cats, Fiddler On The Roof, Finian's Rainbow,
Hair, Gypsy, Into The Woods, Little Shop Of Horrors, Miss Saigon, Oliver, South Pacific, West Side Story, etc.

c David Sedaris, Monty Python, PDQ Bach, the Reduced Shakespeare Co., the Smothers Brothers, Tom Lehrer, etc.
d Ballads, folk, soft rock, new age, etc. - softer pieces by many different artists.
e Sara Hickman, Sweet Honey In The Rock, Peter, Paul & Mary, Pete Seeger, etc.

Saturday 9 am
The Best of Talk
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First WIDE
10/17/15 Naomi Klein with Katharine Viner part 150:024/29/157/1/15a
10/24/15 Naomi Klein with Katharine Viner part 242:044/29/157/8/15a
10/31/15Jeff Robbins, Eric Howland, Bob Park, Will Nimmow, Todd Wallin: Wisconsin's
LPFM Broadcast Radio Stations
- hosted by Yuri Rashkin
11/7/15Feingold Blazes New Path for 2016 (Interview) - hosted by Dylan Brogan 26:247/23/1510/10/15c
11/14/15Eugenie Scott: Decrypting Pseudoscience 37:428/24/1510/16/15d
11/21/15A Trek Through Skepticism with The Amazing Randi35:094/21/1411/6/15d
11/28/15 Johanna Hatch: Women and Personhood 29:218/9/1511/18/15e
12/5/15 On the Historicity of Jesus, with Dr. Richard Carrier 51:267/29/1510/19/15f
12/12/15 Taslima Nasrin: Freethought Heroine 18:0810/17/1512/10/15g
12/19/15Andy Weir, Elmo Keep: Martians (rebroadcast) 1:00:0010/2/1512/18/15h
12/26/15Norman Stockwell: Rebel Reporting: John Ross Speaks To Independent Journalists -
hosted by Karma Chavez

a Podcast from the Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
b From A Public Affair on WORT-FM.
c From In Our Backyard on WORT-FM.
d Point of Inquiry from the Center for Inquiry.
e Recorded at Prairie Unitarian Universalist Society Meeting House in Madison.
f The Humanist Hour from the American Humanist Association.
g From a Freethought Radio podcast of the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
h Science for the People from CJSR, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
The Best of Talk archives for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013

Saturday Program Schedule
10 am - 10 pm
Starting ShowFeaturing
10 amOrganize Your Ears Music featuring rock organ
11 amAlmost All A Cappella A cappella groups
12 noonNeighborhood News at NoonWhen available
12 noonMeadowood Life Stories Original short stories from the Meadowood Life Story Writer's Group when no news is available
12:15 pmSkeptoid Critical analysis of pop phenomena by Brian Dunning et al.
12:30 pmCounterSpin A critical examination of the week's major news stories from FAIR
1 pmOld Coot's Hoot Tunes from a few decades back by Simon & Garfunkel, The Mamas & the Papas,
Peter Paul & Mary, etc.
1:30 pmZydeco Zap Distinctive music rooted in Creole folk music from southwest Louisiana
2 pmIsland Vibes Music from the Hawaiian islands
2:30 pmNonstop Doo Wop The Ravens, The Platters, Dion & The Belmonts, The Shirelles, The Drifters, etc.
3:00 pmYounger mix More of the music featured in the weekday After School Hour
4:01 pmSea Change Radio Covering the shift to social, environmental, and economic sustainability
4:30 pmMoyers & Company Audio podcasts from Bill Moyers
5 pmFreethinkers Hour Speakers at Madison's annual Freethought Festival and elsewhere
6 pmProgressive Voices Progressive activists speak out at Fighting Bob Fest and elsewhere
7 pmWisconsin Democracy Report Talks at rallies and public meetings and radio interviews
8 pmBefore You Were Born Music from the 1930s and earlier
9 pmSaturday Soul Last genre hour of the week
10 pmAlien Echoes Our week's weirdest music
11 pmUncommon Instruments Music featuring glass harmonica, handpans, sitar, balalaika, whales, etc.
Friday/Saturday Program Schedule at year's end for 2014
Friday/Saturday Program Schedule through 7/30 for 2015