UW on the Air
Fire up your DVR, because there’s more than football to watch on the Big Ten Network. UW-Madison has produced thirty hours of original programming, more than any other school in the conference, earning it a regular Monday time slot on the cable channel. What will you see when you tune in?
Short for , it’s a lively, unscripted program with five student co-hosts tackling hot topics ranging from racial diversity on college campuses to balancing academic stress and a social life. Think of it as Bucky’s answer to .
Get an insider’s look at the latest and greatest work being done on campus. Political science professor Ken Goldstein hosts this talk show, which has featured UW experts on the economy, stem cells, and even brewing beer. Students from Goldstein’s political communication class select guests and do research and writing for the program.
Find out how much the UW means to notable alumni and campus personalities as they reflect on their career paths and college memories during in-depth interviews with host John Roach ’77. These are back-stories you won’t hear anywhere else from leaders such as UW athletic director Barry Alvarez and well-known Badgers, including radio host Michael Feldman ’70.
Published in the Fall 2009 issue