Charles Monroe-Kane

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  • Username: ckane
  • Producer
  • Role: Producer Group Staff

Recent Pieces from Charles Monroe-Kane

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421: If Your Clothes Could Talk / 422: In The Company Of Wolves, 10/19/2019 (01:58:58)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

HOUR ONE: "If Your Clothes Could Talk" - Unless you're a nudist, you probably wear clothes. But if they could talk, what would they say about you? HOUR TWO: "In The ...
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419: The Power Of Pleasure And Joy / 420: The Third Act, 10/12/2019 (01:58:58)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

HOUR ONE: "The Power Of Pleasure And Joy" - Joy, pleasure and delight feel good. But are they also politically powerful? HOUR TWO: "The Third Act" - If you think of life as ...
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417: Wonders Of The Human Body / 418: Empathy For Monsters, 10/5/2019 (01:58:58)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

HOUR ONE: "Wonders Of The Human Body" - What's so wondrous about the human body? An hour on transplants, chronic illnesses and the familiar in ourselves. HOUR TWO: "Empathy ...
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415: Filtering Free Speech / 416: Is The Nation State Splintering?, 9/28/2019 (01:58:58)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

HOUR ONE: "Filtering Free Speech" - Language is powerful. But what if someone tells you to stop talking? This hour, free speech and modern censorship. HOUR TWO: "Is The ...
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413: What Sparks Creativity? / 414: Forgiving The Unforgivable, 9/21/2019 (01:58:57)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

HOUR ONE: "What Sparks Creativity?" - Nathaniel Mary Quinn channeled his abandonment into art and became a celebrated painter. This hour, we'll examine the origins of ...
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The Seeds Of Tomorrow (18:46)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

There is an unusual, giant corn in southern Mexico that gets its own nitrogen from the air — no manufacturing required. Scientists think it could be a weapon in the fight ...
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411: Who Owns Seeds? / 412: Awkward, 9/14/2019 (01:58:57)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

HOUR ONE: "Who Owns Seeds?" - There's a rare corn grown in Southern Mexico that can help the world fight climate change. But who owns it? HOUR TWO: "Awkward" - We've all ...
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New Voices in Native American Writing (20:49)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

Every so often, a new literary movement coalesces. A new generation of writers finds a voice. This time they’re young, gifted, and Native American.
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2019 Fall Fundraiser: Empathizing With Nature / Choice In The Food Industry (01:22:41)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

In this special fundraising edition of "To the Best of Our Knowledge," host Anne Strainchamps samples some of our best interviews about humans in nature and the food industry.
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409: New Voices In Native Writing / 410: Skill Vs. Luck, 9/7/2019 (01:58:58)
From: Wisconsin Public Radio

HOUR ONE: "New Voices In Native Writing" - Tommy Orange and Terese Mailhot are bringing a new perspective to Native American writing. But can you call it a "movement?" HOUR ...